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This is a beautiful park setting. It is close to Cooperstown, yet you feel you are way out in the country. The owners are VERY nice and helpful. The sites are wide and long enough we could keep the tow car hooked up. There are firepits at each site, and it was comfortable to sit out in the evening. The pool is clean and open until dark. We only stayed 2 nights, but would definitely recommend this park to others and would stay again when in the area.

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This park is convenient to the highway and the sites are very wide - but that's where the good things end. Meridith Woods is really in the woods. The sites are surrounded by tall trees - ours was so dark it was hard to tell when it was daylight. We could not sit outside more than 5 minutes without being eaten by mosquitoes as big as horseflies. My brother came by to see our Motorhome since he had never seen it. He had to pay $8.00 for him and my sister-in-law to get in the park. All visitors have to pay 4.00 per person, even if they are not staying long. There are a lot of rules in this park that I have never seen in other parks, We traveled from the West Coast to here and stayed in a lot of parks. The washers and dryers (there are only 2) are old and they smell - your clothes smell worse after washing them than they did before. I would not recommend this park for more than just an over nite. We will not stay again.

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This park is spotless and the staff are extremely welcoming. We had a problem with our windshield and we did not have a car and the staff offered to take us to get the parts we needed and loaned us a ladder to to fix it. The park is walking distance to restaurants, drug store, grocery store, nail & hair salon. The spaces are large and flat. The pool is beautiful and the walk along the river is a bonus. I can't say enough good things about this park. We will definitely be back, only not in mid-August. The only complaint - It was 103 degrees, and there was nothing the staff could do about that.