Capt.Deb

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This is a poor excuse for a KOA. The park itself is clean, but the sites are small and the sewer connection is way back off the site. It would have taken about a 25' hose, so we dumped at their dump site as we came in and as we left. The bathroom & shower house is clean, but freezing! There are screened openings at the top, so no way to close up and heat the bathroom. In the mountains, where it gets very cold, it's ridiculous to not have a heated shower house. They have a pet area, but it is too big (the dogs would be too far away to see where they do their business or stop them from escaping or fighting with other dogs) and the hog wire fencing has holes so big, a small dog could fit through it. We would not come back.

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The park is not huge, but is very clean. The restrooms are very clean and have individual shower rooms. The shower heads are meant for people 5'4" or under. If you are tall, bending over to wash your head is awkward. They are pet friendly. They have rental cars, but I thought $80/day was outrageous, so we took the trolley into town. The stop is right at the entrance to the campground.

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The only good thing about this park is that the sites are shaded (they also have a big field with lots of room for tents or campers, no shade, no hookups). The sites are small and poorly organized. We had a hard time getting our 27' rig into our assigned spot because the unit behind us had backed in too far and they were not around to move it. The staff is totally unconcerned with addressing any problems (in addition to the space issue, there was water spraying everywhere from the spigot). The office is about a half mile hike from the camp sites, and that is where the bathrooms, showers, and the WiFi are. The WiFi, when available, is so slow you would think it was dial-up. The bath/shower rooms are nice and clean, but 3 of the 4 rooms did not lock. We would not go back!

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We very much enjoyed this park. It is huge and mostly occupied by permanent residents, but it is very clean and the sites are very spacious. We were not on the waterfront, but very close to it. They have 2 piers that you can go on to fish or just sit on a bench. We were not able to get any TV reception or WiFi. The store has lots of camping necessities and souvenirs. The staff was very friendly. We would definitely go back.

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This place is like a secret hideaway. It is peaceful and beautiful. There are many full-timers, but nothing looks tacky. The woman who runs it is very pleasant and helpful. The Wi-Fi is free for an hour, but only $2.50 per day for unlimited access, and it works great. The cable TV was also great. It's about 1/2 hour from Niagara on the Lake or Niagara Falls and has several very nice wineries close by. The showers are a little weird - you push a button and the water stays on for about a minute. I had to push it about 7 times to take a shower, but the water was good and hot. We would definitely come back.

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To call this Toronto KOA is a misnomer. It is 40- 60 miles away from anything in Toronto you might want to do. The staff is friendly, but they are new to the area and do not know anything about Toronto or any attractions. There is no cable TV, and we could not get one channel with our antenna. The showers offer little privacy. There are 4 washers/dryers, which cost $1.50, but no hot water. The Wi-Fi worked fine. We would not go back.

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The RV sites are very close together and the hookups are in between 4 sites, so you might have to turn your RV around to have the connections be on the right side. There is no cable TV and the antenna only got 1 channel. The night we got there, the Wi-Fi was not working, but it was working by the next morning. The restrooms are clean, but need maintenance. The shower curtain is short, so the water goes out to the dressing area, getting floor and shoes wet. Makes it difficult to get dressed. The laundry facilities are up by the office, too far to walk several times with a load of laundry. I would not camp here again.

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The staff are very friendly and helpful. The park is clean and well maintained. The store has lots of groceries, souvenirs, and camping equipment. They had lots of activities for the weekend, including hayrides, pancakes breakfast, and an ice cream social. The only things I did not like were the fact that the showers are in the main office building, which is a hike, and Wi-Fi is only available at the office, not at the sites. Taking my laptop down there a couple of times a day was inconvenient, especially since I am from the U.S. and this is my only way to keep in touch with family and friends (and not pay roaming charges on my cell phone).

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This park is clean and spacious, and each space has a gas grill, but you have to supply your own gas. The Wi-Fi worked less than half the time, we had NO cell reception (AT&T), and the cable hookup was not good (lots of static). The concrete pads are not level and there were no shady spots in any of the 3 lots near us. The General Store is a half mile walk from the campsite (uphill). The store does have a lot of food items and a snack bar. There is a small kids arcade room and a small exercise room.

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This is a clean, shady park. It is very easy to access Niagara and Buffalo from here, by city bus or by car. It was the end of the season, so the pool and some other amenities were not available. The staff is very friendly and helpful, especially in the office. I was able to get directions and travel hints before we set out sightseeing. The Wi-Fi worked great, but not having cable TV was disappointing. They also have tandem sites, which means you could be parked right next to another camper. Overall, it was a good experience and we would definitely go back.

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This is a beautiful park, very clean. The sites are big and there are lots of trees. The security, having to punch in a 5 digit code going in and out, is kind of a pain. At $60 a night, it is expensive if you are just spending the night. They had Halloween activities going on while we were there - with site decorating contests and more. The biggest problem we had was that they do not allow any dirt bikes, motorcycles, mopeds, etc. to be operated in the park. That was the only transportation we had, so it was extremely inconvenient to have to walk it half a mile in and out of the park. If you don't like living in a place with an HOA, don't go here. Too many rules.

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This is a nice, clean park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Most of the sites are shady. They were all decorated for Halloween. The bathrooms were clean, but small, and not as private as I like. The Wi-Fi worked, but was very slow. We would stay there again if in the area.

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This is more of a mobile home park than an RV park, but it is clean and quiet. The sites are large (70') and it was fairly close to the NC State Fairgrounds. There was no bath or shower house that we could see, so you need to be self- contained. I would not hesitate to stay there again.

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This is a large, well maintained park. Everything was clean and organized. The bath house has several individual shower/bathrooms (2 or 3 are handicap accessible), so you can lock the door and feel secure. There were several laundry machines, games and reading materials available also. The owners are very accommodating. We got there a little late, but they waited for us. The park was very quiet and peaceful. We will definitely go back.

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This is a small park, with only one row of sites. The owner was helpful and friendly. He has 50 amp hookups, but lent us a 30 amp converter. I did not see any bath house, but I did not ask about one. There was no park Wi-Fi, but I was able to pick up someone else's signal. This was a lot of money ($40) for a small park with little to offer.