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We have had a really frustrating experience here at Houghton City RV Park. I reserved site #8 on May 18th. We check in and pull up to #8, an excellent site, and it's occupied. Seems we got shuffled because the people in #8 had decided to extend their stay. We were offered several lesser sites even though #5 and #6, both excellent sites, were empty. We got stuck in #10. Big mistake. Even though all sites are blacktop, this one has a large pond right at the hook-ups. When it rain,s as it just had, water and mud collect in this low spot making it difficult to hook up whether you pull in to get the water view or back in. The sites on the front row, #3 thru #9 are excellent. The balance of the sites are very good. Internet is NOT reliable. Does not work with Android tablets at all. Works most of the time on the Windows laptop. Our neighbor has also experienced connection problems with his Apple. Cable TV works well. Some road noise from the street above and behind but quiets down a night. Houghton and the Keweenah Peninsula are great and the camp ground host/manager is a good ambassador for the area. Certainly would stay here again, just make sure to get site #3 thru #9.

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Without a doubt the most unique campground we have stayed at. This is a modest sized kind of low budget marina. Nothing fancy. Two sides are parking. The outer portion of each side are angled sites for RVs. The east side doesen't have nearly the view the south side has. We are in 17. I look out my side window at the aerial lift bridge and downtown Duluth. We are in a motorhome. 5th wheels and trailers may not have the view because the sites are strictly back in. We are in a parking lot so it is all black top. There are two grass areas at the ends of the marina for those who need it. The bad news is that the sites are really narrow and in the summer you compete with the boaters for a very limited number of parking spots. I would imagine we wouldn't be too popular. The sites are angled quite a bit so for those with forward front doors, windows, etc. it's not too bad. There are no restrooms or showers. We would stay here again but not on a summer weekend for sure.

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Nice campground. Adequate space. Lots of grass! Nice folks. Great wifi. Some sites are not real level. Some shad but mostly open. Good number of pull thrus for 40+ foot units. Would stay there again without hesitation.

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Battleground is overall a nice facility. Nice buildings. Fresh blacktop in entry areas. Obviously close to the interstate. The noise level is really high at the sites along the highway. They are on top of a hill looking down on the traffic just a few hundred feet away. Most of these sites seem to be working folks with very few transients. We were not lucky getting #15. There are some really nice sites down the hill where the noise is not as evident. Cable is Cox and requires a separate box that the gal checking us in did not recommend so we didn't. Off air mostly the odd cable channels. Should have gotten the box. The wifi is totally useless at site 15. Would stay there again only if we could get a spot on the side of the hill away from the interstate.

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Looking at some of the other reviews I can understand their problems. We got lucky in site 15. Backed up to the woods, looking out over mowed lawn and trees. Very nice. Most interior roads are paved. Sites 1 thru 16 have more space and a better view than any other sites in the park. If you are travelling in a larger RV and they try to put you in 106 to 116 just say NO. The off air TV is good for the four major networks and the wifi worked pretty well. We would certainly stay here again if we could get the right site.

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Located right on busy US Rt. 1. Decent sites in mostly heavy woods. Right after Labor Day not corwded so feels pretty spacious. Not a lot of50A sites. Some right on the highway, others pretty tight well back in the wood. Best sites are 30A. Could be longer to allow better parking for toads and p/u. Roads are better than many we have been on. Tight but passable for sure. Yes, we would stay here again. Wish they had wi-fi out in the campground. TV good.

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Nearly all filled with seasonals. Spaces very close together. No 50 amp. Wi-Fi works well at our site right next to the bath house. Location is on a moderately busy two-lane road. Fair off-air TV. Lots of trees so satellite could be a problem. Plenty of grass for the dogs. Would look for another campground if in the area again.

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Open less than a year, and has excellent hook ups, strong WiFi, and cable TV. No shade to speak of except for site number four. Adequate space between sites, and all are back-in sites. Lots of grassy areas for dogs or kids. Very quiet. A little pricey but best campground around and everything works. Some seasonals but all neat. Definitely would stay here again.

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Very nice campground. Lots of shade and manicured grass. All roads are paved with the campsites themselves crushed stone. The sites on the inside of the circle are indeed a little tight. The pull thru sites are long with the intent to come in from the opposite direction as your close neighbor and pull forward. In so doing have space and some privacy. The sites around the perimeter are back-in and mostly very adequate. Tent sites as well as seasonal sites are somewhat separated from the transients. Good laundry. Good WiFi at our site. Very nice park. Would recommend and use again.

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Attractive little camp ground terraced into the side of a hill. Some of the sites have a view of the water in the distance. Very convenient to St. John Ferry and Digby. The upper level has the full hookups. The space is very limited. We were unable to put out our awning because of the proximity of the motorhome next to us. The Wi-Fi is pathetic. Very weak and slow. Would like to try another camp ground in the future. We did not use the facilities.

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Rough place for the most part. Very accommodating though. Nearly all shaded and woodsy. No grass, all dirt and crushed stone. Several units that haven't moved in years and shouldn't have been inhabited but were. Almost no grass for dogs. Would not go back.

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Very good office staff. Given choice of six different sites. Not very busy this time of year. Transient sites mixed in with park and permanent residents. Very few poorly kept sites. Adequate space. What shaded sites there are appeared to be taken by semi-permanent unites. Good Wi-Fi. Moderate traffic noise from 19A, other wise, very quiet. Would stay here again.

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A real adventure getting in the first time. Off the beaten path, to say the least. Long dirt drive. All interior roads dirt. All sites are very grass covered. The permanent units had all the shaded sites. Very, very quiet. Not very busy this time of year. Nice setting along the small river. Many tent sites on the river. Would stay here again.