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Review Count: 7
States Visited: 4
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Shore Hills Campground and RV Park, Boothbay, Maine

Date of Stay: October, 2008 - $40.00
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Excellent well-shaded large private sites for motor homes. Nice shore-front sites for tents, pop ups, and RV's on Pine Point (W & E only). Secluded sites for tents and pop ups (W only & E-W only) in wooded section. Staff was friendly and helpful. There is a shuttle several times daily to Boothbay Harbor. We camped at Shore Hills Campground and RV Park in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 4
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Woodland Acres Campground, Brownfield, Maine

Date of Stay: July, 2007 - $35.00
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This is a CG with very large sites, nearly all shaded. This is a canoeing/kayaking campground, right on the Saco River. Everyone we met was into this river recreation. Seemed to be mainly young adults, with no small children in sight. Nice CG with somewhat limited facilities to entertain the kids, unless they are into kayaking. We camped at Woodland Acres Campground in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 4
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Merry Knoll Campground, Clayton, New York

Date of Stay: June, 2006 - $30.00
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Picturesque campground on slope down to St. Lawrence River, although waterfront sites are seasonal. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Store is very limited, offering bare necessities. Transient sites are open and sunny, with limited site spacing. Good view of river, unless blocked by motorhomes/fifth-wheelers further down slope (which is the usual case). Overall, a satisfactory campground as a base for exploration of the Thousand Islands region. We camped at Merry Knoll Campground in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 4
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Seven Maples Campground, Hancock, New Hampshire

Date of Stay: May, 2006 - $30.00
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Many seasonal sites; new young and energetic family owners (second year in residence); very friendly and helpful; many plans for future. We camped at Seven Maples Campground in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 4
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Normandy Farms, Foxboro, Massachusetts

Date of Stay: April, 2006 - $35.00
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Best maintained cg we have found in the area, with new facilities in almost all sections of the grounds. Most pull-through sites are roomy enough, well-shaded, although somewhat open. Some other previews note that Boston is two hours away in traffic, but Normandy Farms is the closest campground to the city, and any other cg would be a longer drive. The sites are a bit pricey, but real estate in the area is outrageously priced (and correspondingly taxed), and the campground maintains a large active staff, mostly the same family, by the way. We live only a few miles away, and use the Farms quite often for one or two-day getaways. We camped at Normandy Farms in a Motorhome.

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New York City North / Newburgh KOA, Plattekill, New York

Date of Stay: April, 2006 - $35.00
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Park was open only a week on our arrival, but campground was in good shape, store well stocked, grounds neat. Staff was pleasant and helpful. Back-in and pull-through sites are wide, allowing use of both awnings and slides. The roads are a bit narrow, making the backing in of vehicles a bit of a challenge; motorhomes OK, but I assume that 5th-wheelers and TT's would have difficulty. Big rigs should check on pull-through availability. Nice campground pretty close to the Big Apple. We camped at New York City North / Newburgh KOA in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 4
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The Villages RV Park at Turning Stone, Verona, New York

Date of Stay: June, 2005 - $41.00
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We feel that this is one of the best campgrounds in the East. The back-in sites offer the most spacious and private sites, most backing up to a pond or woods. Even though the campground caters to a Casino clientele, there is much for family campers as well with boating, fishing, playgrounds, and a pool. Tents, however, are not allowed. We camped at The Villages RV Park at Turning Stone in a Motorhome.

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