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Some sites are satellite accessible. Good electric. Adequate water pressure. Internet speed varied between very good and fair. They charge an extra resort fee per night whether you use the facilities here or not. Fairly convenient to all the sites along the Hudson (West Point, Hyde Park, etc.) as well as to the train to Manhattan. There is lots to see in the area and being a KOA, the park itself tries to be a destination in itself with a pool and lots of activities for kids. They also provide a tour to New York once a week. It gets smoky at night because almost everyone builds a fire, even if its 85 degrees outside. Its about 11 miles from all the interstates. Sites are dirt with dirt roads but are wide. We have stayed here twice and would stay again.

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This park is not big rig friendly. It appears trees are not trimmed above 10 feet. Interior roads are twisty, dirt, and full of potholes . Difficult to get a big rig in and out of the camping sites. They said our site was satellite accessible. It was not. I doubt if any are. The place is heavily treed. There was cable. No internet except at the main office area (though they say they are building connections to serve the camping spots) Convenient to Lake Place and Ft. Ticonderoga (both about 60 miles away) and to the village of Lake George (which isn't worth visiting unless you want to go the beach or the amusement park).

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Wow. A great campground on the quiet side of Acadia National Park. Opened in September 2015, the campground is in great shape. The asphalt interior roads are without a blemish or pothole...there are sites for everyone, even big rigs like ours. Many sites exceed 60 feet in length. You actually have 100 amps of power (good for rigs that have only 30 amp service..you can plug in an extension cord and get another 20 amps if you need it) Many sites have good satellite reception though some are blocked by trees...Local tv from Bangor gives you a couple of stations and the local news. There are no showers in this campground..and no sewers...but there is a dump station.

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Rockwood Park itself is a very pretty park, however, the campground is a gravel parking lot. It is conveniently located close to downtown St. John. Getting into the park is challenging with several tight turns onto very narrow roadways once you leave Trans Canada Highway 1. There are also branches from a weeping willow that extend out into the lane where coaches must park when checking in. Only 30 amp power is available. Back in sites are very wide, but short so you must park your car next to your coach. Not all sites have sewer and you may have to wait until you arrive to find out if you will have a sewer connection. The sewers are located at the very rear of the site and you will need at least 25 feet or more of sewer hose to connect. A travel companion did not have enough hose to reach his connection. We needed two sections. Water pressure varies but tends to be low most of the time. Internet service is excellent and Verizon works fine if you have the International Plan. Satellite reception (Direct TV) is excellent (no trees in the gravel parking lot), and two local TV channels can be picked up (no cable.) We did not use the restrooms and showers but I did check them out and they were clean but not fancy. Plastic shower curtains. Despite the negatives, the park is adequate and if you are here to sightsee you won't be spending much time in the park anyway. We would stay here again because of its convenient location.

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Only a mile from Hopewell Rocks. Some sites have a view of the Bay of Fundy (we had one) as well as a view of the pond with Canadian Geese. Good voltage on 50 amp service. Water pressure varied from low to good. Dusty gravel interior roads. They have a swimming pool but we didn't use it. Make reservations in advance if you want 50 amp and have a big rig. They are hard to come by when the caravans come in but when there are no caravans, there appears to be plenty of space. Open for Direct TV. Most channels come in in high def. Two local stations available. No cable. Siote was not very level and had to move the coach twice to find a spot where I could put the jacks down without lifting the wheels on the passenger side off the ground, but we eventually were able to level the coach. Very acceptable for a few nights.

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A huge campground with many Canadians and caravans. Make reservations early, particularly if you want 50 amp service. Centrally located on the island. Paved interior roads and grass sites (very thick and not worn). Site we had was very wide and was a back in. Open skies for Direct TV but because of the northerly location some channels are only available in standard definition. A couple of location channels out of Charlottetown. Verizon with international plan worked well. 30 minutes from Charlottetown and Summerside. If you are driving a big motorhome, put down blocks under your jacks because the ground can be soft after rains (but not muddy) and you will sink in. Great water pressure. Good 50 amp service. Even though there are many sites, you don't feel crowded because of the layout. Lots of kids here on summer vacation so drive slowly through the park. We would stay here again.

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Gravel interior roads, grass sites. Water pressure was fine. Low voltage meant you had to monitor and manage your power use. (You don't want to run air conditioners if the voltage is much below 110 volts and there were times that one leg was low but the other was adequate.) Good central location on Cape Breton from which to visit the sites on day trips. No cable. A couple of location stations. DirecTV accessible though because the park is so far north, some channels only came in with standard definition. We would stay again.

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Fabulous spot right on the water (Bay of Fundy). The levels are terraced and almost all have a view of the water. The ones closest to the water are the most expensive but they are great, with a fantastic spot to watch the tides come in and out. The sites are grass but the grass is very thick, like carpet, and not worn. They take immaculate care of the grounds. Great spot for exploring the Annapolis Valley and all its historic sites. A bit expensive but worth the splurge. No cable, but a couple of local stations and open skies for DirecTV (some channels only come in with standard def). Thirty amp but with a splitter (they will provide one if you don't have one) you can plug in to two thirty amp circuits and hook up your 50 amp plug. Gives you two thirty amp circuits. We would definitely stay here again.

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Good Central location for visiting Halifax (30 minutes) and south coast (Lunnenburg 1 hour),(Peggy's Cove 30 minutes). Water pressure a bit low. 50 amp service. Open sky for Direct TV. Verizon (with international plan) worked well. Wi-Fi was OK. We would stay here again. (The owner will cook lobsters for you at the wholesale price.)

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Wonderful RV Resort. All paved roads and sites. On the Barron River. Easy walk to restaurants in Everglades City. (You can rent golf carts if you wish). Hosts are incredible. They'll hook you up with a stone crab wholesaler who sells stone crabs for $10/pound (more than half off the going rate) and brings them to the resort. This resort has a beautiful clubhouse with a full service bar and bartender. Good satellite access. FHU with water, sewer, and 50 amp service. A first class resort and great base to explore the area, including the Everglades or go fishing in the Everglades and 10,000 islands. Close to Marco and Naples. We stayed a week and had plenty to see and do. The resort also has a 100 slip marina right on the river. Some reviewers noted the noise of the airboats on the river, but, its not really a problem. They don't go fast in that section of the river and only run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. You don't hear them inside your unit and if you are outside, you really don't notice them. Besides, you're usually gone most of the day anyway. The rate quoted is for a 3 night special.

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The rate reflects the nightly cost with a Good Sam or FMCA discount. They also have a weekly rate. A small park with on-site owners. Lots of trees but they do not hinder the ability to get a 40 foot rig into the pull through sites, nor do they interfere with satellite reception. Very good Wi-Fi and cable TV. They have a hot tub, a pet wash area, and a nice dog run. They also provide pet-sitting if you want to get away for a long day and want to do some hiking or exploring the Grand Canyon, for example. (The National Park does have a kennel, but we have found that our dog much prefers staying in the rig than the kennels.) This is a convenient location for exploring the area with side trips to Sedona, Jerome, the Grand Canyon, the Lowell Observatory, etc. They even have a tennis court, but no swimming pool. This park has a good reputation and earns it. It is quiet and peaceful and we would stay again.

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Very convenient park when traveling through the Albuquerque area. Right off the interstate, but you don't hear the noise. Its on the west side of town, so its great if you are heading west and want a quick and easy get-away. We had a pull through and didn't have to disconnect to we got an early start in the morning. The sites are gravel, so it can get a bit dusty. The rate reflects the PA discount. We had no trouble getting around the park and into our site in our 40' rig. We would stay again.

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This is a good spot for going to the caverns, or exploring the area. Though it is a bit far to the caverns, there is only one park closer and from a distance, it didn't look like much. The other parks in the area are north of town. The sites are gravel and it is very dusty and no trees for the transient sites (they do have a lot of seasonal and permanent residents who have the sites which have the few trees on the property.) The sites are extremely wide and it was easy to back our 40' rig into. Most of the transient sites are back-ins, but it looked like there are a couple of pull-throughs. The Wi-Fi was sporadic but you could go to the office and get Wi-Fi there (although slow). Despite the shortcomings, we would stay again because it appears to be the best choice available when visiting the caverns.

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This is a very good park to use as a base when exploring the San Antonio area. We used a discount coupon (thus the inexpensive rate) and had a back-in site which was very easy to get into. Lots of trees in this park but they did not interfere with maneuvering our 40' rig, nor did they block satellite access. There are also big wide pull throughs available. The cable TV here is the best I've seen in any park. They de-scramble the channels before getting to the coach, so the stations are received in HD (if you have an HD TV). It's on a bus line that gets you to Riverwalk or The Alamo in just ten minutes which was extremely convenient. We definitely would stay here again.

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Former Mobile Home Park which the owner has turned into an RV Park. All brand new electric, water, and sewer hook-ups and new concrete pads. Roads are a bit narrow, but there is nothing to hit if you make a turn a bit to sharp. This is a good spot for overnighting (close to I-10) or a longer stay exploring the area. Owner is on site and very congenial. We had no problem getting in with our 40' rig, and would stay again when traveling through this area.