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Pride RV Resort, Waynesville, North Carolina

Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $16.00
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We stayed here two weeks using our AOR membership. Hated to leave. Great park and very friendly people. A lot of seasonals that live a few hours away and come here for the summer. Since the season was winding down, a lot of the activities were over except for bingo and "holey ball?". Beautiful laundry in the club house so you could sit in comfort while doing that wretched job. I would give this park a 10 except for...We were charged $13/day for AOR (usually $9) and $3.50 for "Amenities/cable TV". I asked why the extra AOR fee and was told it was because we were on the G row (creekside). We didn't ask for that row but it was pull through and very nice. We have satellite TV and it would work on that row so we didn't need the cable TV but had to pay for it regardless. AND if you didn't use the water for awhile, you need to run it a few minutes because it is brown and needs to be cleared out. Asked a few seasonals about it and they said that it is only that way on the G row. Talked to the manager and he said "they" were doing some work down the road and hit a water line so just "run it for a few minutes". I used to work for a water company and I know that if a water line is compromised and fixed, there can be muddy water for a couple of days, not 2 weeks. I think they have a problem on G row. Maybe the extra fee for that row is so they can afford to fix it someday?? All in all, a wonderful place to stay AND a great area with the Great Smoky Mountain National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway and just awesome, beautiful, Jeep and motorcycle roads. Can't wait until we can make it back someday. We camped at Pride RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 11
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Gettysburg Battlefield Resort (Travel Resorts of America), Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $1.00
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We stayed for four nights on AOR. We were arriving on Labor Day and when we made reservations with AOR, the rep had to call the campground. They said they would accommodate us even though it was a holiday. We figured we would be put out in some field. When we got there, the place was mostly empty and we were given a site with power and water only. It was a gravel site and the little section looked pretty new. But it was the most unlevel site we have ever been in. We have auto levelers so really don't care if a site is level. When we backed in, the rear was at least a foot lower than the front of the motor home. We had to drive the rear wheels up on several blocks first before we even attempted putting the levelers down. It poured the whole time we were there but we were high and dry. No flooding problems even though other campgrounds were being evacuated. Didn't use the restrooms or showers but they looked very nice. Staff was very friendly and the store and clubhouse looked great. Very close to the National Military Park and Gettysburg. We would stay here again. We camped at Gettysburg Battlefield Resort (Travel Resorts of America) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 11
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Stoney Creek Resort, Greenville, Virginia

Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $10.00
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We stayed here for one week on Coast to Coast. Yes, the road (Lake Dr) to the entrance is in extreme disrepair. Great Jeep trail. The roads in Greenville to turn onto the main road to get to the park are very tight. Yes, the restrooms are in bad shape but a new one has been built in the "transient" section. The "members" or "seasonal" section restrooms and showers looked pretty good. But we use ours in our motorhome so don't really care. The man that checked us in was kind but frazzled. A woman in the store had to drag him out of the back (office?) to help us. We asked for a site that might get satellite TV. He told us the one we were assigned should have no problem because there aren't many trees in that area. Obviously he doesn't come out of the back office very often because the area we were in was heavily treed and no chance of satellite reception. Good Verizon phone and internet service. The site (#159) was huge and level, and graveled. Only problem was the oak tree above us. We were under a constant barrage, day and night, from acorns. Small things but when they hit the roof, it sounded like they were coming through. By the end of our stay, if we hadn't been leaving, we would have asked for a different site without an oak tree. The interior roads were a little narrow and a few sites could be a challenge with a big rig. We would stay here again, just not under an oak tree. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 11
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Allegany Mountain Resort, East Otto, New York

Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $3.00
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We stayed here as Western Horizon affiliates. This was a Western Horizon park. Beautiful setting, huge park but it has the weirdest site layout. Some spots are pull throughs; others back-in; some you have to pull through another site to get in; and some you have to parallel park. The power/water poles are shared with other sites so bring long power cords and water hoses. We didn't have sewer. Most sites don't. Of course, not being a "member" of the new membership park, we couldn't get a nice spot around the lake. Didn't use the restrooms. The laundry room I used was OK. Old machines but they worked. However, If you are afraid of spiders, it would be hard to do your laundry. Several active webs from the ceiling down to the folding tables. Gave me something to watch while doing the laundry. Went to the store to get quarters for the laundry and was told that since the new owners took the laundry concession away from them (the store) they don't make change anymore. Guess there is some kind of tiff going on. The campground is way off the beaten path so it's a long drive to go anywhere. Great place to just hang out and relax. Would stay again if in the area. We camped at Allegany Mountain Resort in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 11
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Treasure Isle RV Park, Blossvale, New York

Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $20.00
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Nice park. Friendly staff. A lot of weekend campers. Rate is CCUSA. Would be nice to have sewer but understand the park floods in spring/heavy rain. Would stay again. We camped at Treasure Isle RV Park in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 11
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Barber Homestead Park, Westport, New York

Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $29.00
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Awesome park. We had a pull through site with full hookups. Everything was great. The bathrooms and showers were spotless. The laundry is in the little rec room so you could watch TV while doing your laundry. We were there Mon - Thurs so didn't experience the weekend crowd. Would definitely stay here again. We camped at Barber Homestead Park in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 11
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Shelburne Camping, Shelburne, Vermont

Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $37.00
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Really have a problem giving this campground a rating. We had a pull-through, 50amp, nice size, level site right in front of the office. But coming in to the park, you drive by a very seedy looking motel, some vacant RV units just parked helter-skelter and then some charming cabins with unsavory looking characters sitting on the steps. The campground does have a lot of seasonals. But the real problem was vehicles in and out all night long. Our site gave us full view of the only ingress and egress to the campground. I had a sleepless night so was up reading and couldn't believe the amount of traffic at 3am. A vehicle would come in and a few minutes later leave. One car came in and obviously saw me looking out the window, slammed on the brakes, made a U-turn and sped out. Then around 10 that morning, 2 police cars are at the office with a lot of paperwork and then go in different directions into the campground. And every day after for the week we were there, a police car was driving through the campground. Our thought of course was illegal drug activity. Who knows? The workers there were pleasant but not overly friendly. The laundry was 2 old rusted washing machines ($2 a load) and 2 dryers (10 mins for $.25). Real small loads for $2, but they worked. Really feel this campground is way over priced. Even when we just pulled in and hadn't experienced the traffic we felt it was over priced for what we were seeing. We just did not feel safe there and made sure we left nothing sitting out. Not sure if we would stay there again. We camped at Shelburne Camping in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 24
States Visited: 11
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Saco River Camping Area, North Conway, New Hampshire

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $35.00
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Great park. We stayed in the poolside area and it is a bit tight for big rigs. Lots aren't very long so a lot of people park their tow vehicle along side the road and that makes it almost impossible to maneuver into your space. Lots to do in the area and you are right in the middle of shopping and restaurants. We had an awesome time in the White Mountain National Forest. Would definitely stay again. We camped at Saco River Camping Area in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 11
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Beaver Hollow Campground, Ossipee, New Hampshire

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $30.00
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This campground is a lot of fun. Owners and employees super friendly and helpful and extremely enthusiastic. Lots of families on the weekends. A bit tight maneuvering with big rigs, but certainly doable. We happened to hit on the seasonal cookout weekend. The campground did all the cooking. So much food and really good. Lots of things to do in the area. White Mountain National forest 30 miles north. Only draw back is Hwy 16 is very congested and takes awhile to get anywhere. Nothing against the campground on that though. Would definitely stay there again. We camped at Beaver Hollow Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 11
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Timberland Acres RV Park, Trenton, Maine

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $35.00
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Beautiful park. Extremely friendly staff. Gave us lots of details on touring Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park and lots of suggestions on good places to eat. Huge long pull thru sites. Laundry room was new with all machines in good working order. Would definitely stay there again. We camped at Timberland Acres RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 11
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Blake's Brook Campground, Epsom, New Hampshire

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $10.00
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We stayed here on Coast to Coast. Very remote, quiet campground. Our space was huge. Pretty much had our section (right behind the office) to ourselves all week. Seasonals came on the weekend. I didn't look at the restrooms, but my husband said they were really bad. And if he thinks they were bad, I would have thought they were horrendous. But again, I didn't look at them. Make sure you bring lots of food & supplies with you because the nearest full grocery store is almost to Concord (30+ miles west). Not a whole lot to do in the area unless you are there for Nascar races. We weren't, but did do a lot of driving around on beautiful back roads. Beautiful country. Would definitely stay there again. We camped at Blake's Brook Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 11
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Normandy Farms, Foxboro, Massachusetts

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $57.00
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If you want a nice quiet serene campground, this is not the place for you. It is a "family" campground with tons of things for the kids to do. We were unfortunately parked right across from two pools that were full of screaming kids all day long. Spaces were tight but had bushes in between so you do have some privacy. Even though we were only 30 miles out of Boston, we couldn't get Verizon Broadband for internet. Not sure what was up with that. Lots of shopping and sightseeing in the area. Beautiful campground but not sure we would return. Maybe for just an overnight if there was no alternative. We camped at Normandy Farms in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 11
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Catskill Adventure Resort , Wurtsboro, New York

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $1.00
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This park is now Catskill Adventure Resort. We stayed here for 2 weeks under ROD: cost $0. Very nice park. They do have a 50 amp section along the road but when we arrived, they were just finishing up installing the 50 amp power and it had been raining for days: the place was a muddy mess. So the owner put us up on the hill with the seasonals and residents. Very quiet during the week and on Fridays everyone starts arriving from the cities. Nice big gravel spaces and we even got satellite TV. Verizon aircard couldn't get Broadband though, so we had to suffer through 2 weeks of National Access dial-up. The bath house and laundry were OK. We don't use the restrooms and showers so conditions really don't matter to us. Laundry had 4 washers and 4 dryers, 1 of each weren't working for the whole 2 weeks we were here. The restaurant serves breakfasts and dinners on weekends. We were parked between 2 park workers' rigs and had a few words with them about loud raunchy music and dogs that barked all day long. But they turned the music down and kept dogs quiet the rest of the time we were here. Beautiful area and had a great time driving around through the Catskills and the site of Woodstock. Even went into NYC. Would definitely return. We camped at Catskill Adventure Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 11
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Virginia Landing, Quinby, Virginia

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $3.00
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Stayed here on ROD (free) but needed 50amp to run both A/C so had to pay $3 a night for 50 amp. Very nice old park. Must have been a hopping place in the 50's!!! It is at the end of a narrow but paved road. There are only 10 or so sites with sewer. A lot of the sites have no power at this time due to a problem. We were near the water but it was beastly hot when we were here. We really couldn't enjoy it other than looking out the window from the air conditioned motor home. Laundry room was nice but could have used some ventilation or a/c. Bathrooms looked OK. All buildings are old. Make sure you bring everything you need because shopping is many miles away. Very peaceful. Would definitely stay here again. We camped at Virginia Landing in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 11
Helpful Reviews: 1

Camp Hatteras RV Resort & Campground, Waves, North Carolina

Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $75.00
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Beautiful park. We were here over Memorial Day weekend, hence the high nightly rate. Sites are paved and good size. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We tried drinking the water, Brita pitcher, Crystal Lite, still couldn't handle it, so ended up going out and buying drinking water. Would definitely stay here again. We camped at Camp Hatteras RV Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.

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