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We stayed here four nights on our way back from Acadia National Park in Maine. It was the 4th of July weekend so lots of locals were there. Nothing very special about this place but it was ok for what we needed. There is a creek that runs next to the park and it is beautiful. The major negative is the internet. They have about 6 different "sites" to connect to but it was hit or miss, mostly miss, with all of them. Forget getting internet from your camper. They claim it is an older system that they will be replacing. The internet even right next to the pool or office many times did not work. We are told they are new owners since March 2016. They are nice but very laid back...almost too much. Never really saw them. They did have a live country band Saturday night and they were great. A train does come through in the evening so just a little warning. One night it came passing through at 4:00 AM. I would stay here again if we were passing by but wouldn't go out of my way to stay here. It was recommended to us by an RV blog to stay here. I think there are better places.

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Great campsite close to Acadia National Park. The only negative is their internet is weak but they state that on their website and check in. It is strong right next to the office/pool/laundry. We stayed here 5 nights and while visiting Acadia National Park. So close. Very friendly workers and people in the office. The sell post cards AND stamps and mail them right there too. The Island bus stops in the camp ground to take you all over the Island. We didn't use it but many people did. A very nice campground. I would stay here again!

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We stayed here for two nights. They advertise pony rides and blow up slide. When we arrived they said the slide only is blown up Wednesday's and Saturday's. The pony rides? She didn't know when they were if they were doing them. We were charged more than we were quoted and had issues with refunding the differences. The internet was off and on. The dump station was backwards and you had to go out of your way to use it the correct side. For a KOA, it was not up to the standard we are used to. Customer service was terrible and they never apologized for the mix up. I would NOT stay here again. If you advertise "fun" activities for the kids, you should either note on your website when they are or not offered.

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We arrived at 12:15 PM and the office was closed until 1 even though their website says check in is at 12 noon. The sites are unleveled and needed a lot of additional blocks. My front tongue was so far up it couldn't go any further which made the camper feel funny. There was no cable for the price we paid. The bounce pillow cost and ADDITIONAL $6 for 30 minutes (isn't this why families choose KOA's)? The roads are narrow which makes navigating to your site difficult (and we didn't have anyone help us, he was on lunch break) and unpaved. The Internet was fair at best when it was working but it stopped a lot. Even though I reserved a back-in full hookup, KOA was going to charge me for a pull-through if I didn't say anything. Be careful. When I told her what I reserved, she said, "Let me see if I have anything available." This was Easter break and a bit early for the camping season and the camp was EMPTY. The camp "host" was not very friendly especially when my husband went to him after hours for something, he couldn't be bothered. The day we were leaving, we had a minor medical issue and asked if we could stay until 2 PM (no one was in our spot that night) and the office said, for $20 we could. My husband was asking for a favor and she said, "If I do it for you, I have to do it for everyone." I realize that but it was a minor medical issue and most people don't have that. We couldn't pack up fast enough to get away from that KOA. We stayed at another campground near by last time and would most definitely pay a bit more to stay at a much friendlier park. Also, careful with the GPS, it is a bit tricky to get into the park (not KOA's fault but a bit of a hassle). Over all, I would NOT recommend this KOA to anyone. Even the worker there said that the owners are not very nice. We stayed her for one week while visiting Baltimore, Annapolis and DC. The other campground close by would have been just as convenient. Don't waste your time at this KOA!

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We stayed here the weekend of September 19 & 20, 2014. It is Very difficult to get a reservation as it is always booked so that should tell you something right there. We went with another family. We stayed in C-54. For a NY State park, you have tons of room all around you and water hook up. You are very close to Lake Ontario and can see/hear it from your site. It is a very quaint campsite. We took the tour for a $1 donation of the old light house and it was quite impressive. Lot's of history and memorabilia to look at. There are 3 one mile loops to walk/hike. We only had the opportunity to do one. Well maintained and the kids had enough to do with the play ground. Will efinately stay here again, just hope there will be open spots. A hidden gem!

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This park is under new ownership. We stayed here with another family. They have only owned it one year and you can see how hard they are working to clean it up. Right now there are lots of seasonals. However, their kids are also working and they helped moved a fire pit for us and even asked us to close our door as to not get dirt into the camper. Nice in ground pool, playground, fishing pond and other things to do for the kids. In the back, there are secluded tent sites and even an overflow area. Give this campsite and try and you will NOT be disappointed. Looking forward to seeing what more they can do in another year. Will go back if we are in the area. Very friendly family/staff.

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We just stayed here for three nights. Only electric but it was great. Awesome campsite and would definitely go there again. We were at site 100 and we did read reviews to make sure you have extra long electrical cords and/or do fancy backing in to reach the power boxes. You share with the person next to you. Very spacious lots. Some shade. Beautiful play grounds and beautiful views of the Seneca Lake and sunsets. There is a beach to swim and dock to fish off of and a little rec. house for the kids to play ping pong, etc. The Military Museum on site is stunning. Hard to believe that during WWII this "state park" was training future Navy sailors to fight and then after WWII, it turned into a boot camp for the United States Air Force for training for Korean War. Great history. Can't say enough about this state park. We visited Watkins Glen (about 30 minutes away) one day, Seneca Falls (Woman's National Rights Convention and It's A Wonderful Life Museum) another. Montezuma's National wet lands are close by along with Harriet Tubman's house in Auburn and Mr. Seward's who acquired Alaska for us. We also did the Memorial Day House in Waterloo. Campsite is centrally located and look across the street for the white deer. We will go back.

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We camped here with two other families. Very run down campground with many seasonals. No major complaints but could be improved. Nice walking path around the man-made lake and the "swimming beach area" is OK but nothing great. Being with other families made camping fun. Did not leave park while here. No Internet. Could be improved but don't think they want to. All the seasonal love it there. Wasn't terrible but have seen better.

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First time to this park. Sites very close and hard to get into with bigger rigs. We had the stream behind us and we were on a slant the whole time and at times felt like we would fall into the stream. It was especially rainy when we were there and the rain made a stream right through the site with rushing water. Amazing park with lots to see and do. Pick up the weekly activity sheet and kids had choices of where/what to do and ranger led activities. Never short on something to do. Obviously, it would be awesome if state parks would get water and sewer hookups. We did see bears, not at our campsite but driving around. You just have to be smart about not keeping food outside and you will be fine. Next time would like to stay on Quaker side, seems like not as crowded and bigger sites. Wi-Fi only at main administration building and that was hit or miss but at least it was available if needed. Beautiful scenery.

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For a KOA, it was nice. Lots to do for the kids but also seemed like a "local" campsite for "locals" hence, loud music at night and groups of people together. The sites were very close and hard to get into them. It is a bit far from any major attractions but being New York City, it was fine. I did not like having to pay a mandatory $5.00 per day activity fee. For what? That should be in the cost, not extra. That was a negative for this campsite. Check-in was very chaotic as too many people checking in = busy campsite. Overall, we would probably stay here again since it was closest to NYC. We did tour Hyde Park and area around the Hudson Valley but like other reviewer said, there are A lot of small, windy country roads to get to the major highways to get anywhere. The closest train station to take into NYC is Beacon and that was still about 15-20 minutes away and you are about 90 minutes by train from New York City. Hope this helps.

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Nice campground. Only a few miles from Cuyahoga Valley National Park, which is why we were there. Brand new swimming pool but you need to have a wrist band on at all times stating that you are staying there. A bit annoying. Little fishing pond. Overall, nice stay. would stay here again. Wi-Fi was very spotty and it was getting frustrating.

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This is the price with my Good Sam discount. It was a fine campground, yes, many regulars and yes, many who stay only one night. We camped here for four nights. It was a great location to visit Stones River Civil War site and other attractions. We met very nice people while at the site, especially at the pool. Narrow sites but pull-through. It actually was formerly a civil war battle field. We would camp there again if just stopping over.

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We stayed here for 6 nights while visiting Nashville. We had a bit of trouble backing in with a 35 foot travel trailer but right away friendly neighbors came to assist. We knew no sewer coming in so that was fine. For $20 a night, it is a steal. The lake area was a bit flooded due to the sudden amounts of rain they would get. Very private, very safe and would stay here again.

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We stayed her for 6 nights. We visited Smokey Mountains and other attractions while here. Location is fine. Sites are pull through but narrow and not much room between sites. Empty the first three nights we were here and then busier during the weekend. Staff is not friendly and would NOT stay here again due to that. We have many places to choose from, this will not be one of them next time.

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We were here for the 4th of July weekend this year. The way we got to park our camper was wonderful because it was "a pull through" site on the grass and shaded. There was no sewer with made things difficult but we knew this going in. The restrooms/showers were disgusting, holiday weekend or not. Lots of unsupervised kids all around, riding bikes in traffic, and loud people. The park itself did a nice job with daily activities to keep the family and kids entertained. We took a walk along the Kentucky Dam and found out the history about it. Would not stay here again. Spoke to many others who were only camping there because their "normal" campsite was already booked. It served its purpose but too much other stuff marked it down.