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We stayed here for 2 nights so we could visit Beals Island before going to Bar Harbor and Acadia NP. As others have written, this is a gem along the coast of Maine. Extremely nice hosts. Rooftop satellite dish worked fine in site 17 which was mostly level (our air leveling only had to raise one side. The only reason I didn't give a 10 is for the lack of sewer at most sites. A few have sewer, but they are only 30 amp electric. Each site has a covered picnic table and a fire ring or fireplace. The host was not cooking lobster on order after August 31st.

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The only reason we didn't give a 10 was 1) no sewer hookups and 2) on site 18 the best way to park is facing Johnson Bay, but the hook-ups were set up for facing out, so I had to pull close to the right side of the site as possible so my 36 ft power cord would reach. Luckily my neighbor on the left had a Y for the water connection, and he graciously let me use it instead of trying to get my hose under the coach to the other side. That said, there was a honey wagon service for $10.00 or you could use it yourself without cost. As for the reason I gave a 9. This is a great little campground. The views out our front window were spectacular, and the camp hosts were terrific.

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We stayed here for 7 nights. This park is wide open. Large sites. 60 x 40. We were in site 148 and our roof mounted satellite dish worked through a small window in the trees. Quiet, peaceful. Looked like a really nice pool. Lack of rain in the area the entire summer made the roads a little dusty, but not a major problem. Our air leveling on our coach ran for about 5 seconds before we were leveled. The staff is super! We used this park as a base for exploring the Lake Winnipesaukee area. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is the finest KOA we've ever seen. It's obvious why the owners were awarded a top operator designation by the KOA system. Gravel and grass sites are mostly shady. Had a fire ring and picnic table. The owners, and the entire staff were beyond great. From our arrival to our departure and even beyond, helping us retrieve mail that was sent to us there, but mis-routed. A genuine pleasure at this facility.

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We used this location as a base to explore the Adirondack Mountains, the Lake Placid, Tupper Lake, and Fort Ticonderoga area. The hosts were nice, and very accommodating. Our first site, A1, was too close to some trees so we couldn't get a signal with out satellite dish which is on the front third of the roof. We were allowed to move to site 49B and satellite reception was excellent. We had 50 amp, and great water pressure, but there is no sewer at individual sites. There is a dump station acr0ss from the city water treatment facility on the entrance/exit road. I believe there was a pump-out vendor available for a fee. We didn't use it. It appeared the majority of the park was seasonal sites, which were kept well for the most part. We didn't spend much time in the park, as we were out seeing the area. This is not a 5 star resort, but it served our purpose.

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We were in site 113 with 30 amp and no sewer for one night, and then moved to a FHU 50 amp pull through, #135 for the next three nights. (Note: Site 135 50 amp, Site 113 30 amp. No breakers at either, direct plug in.) The campground was extremely busy but it was still quiet & orderly. The only reason it's not a 10 is because the entire place is in a valley and our wifi hotspot went from 4G to extended service to no service to 3G every few seconds. We were told the pull through sites were good for a roof mounted satellite dish, but the trees to the SW are too tall. (Ironically, site #113 has a small window through the trees and our DirecTV worked flawlessly there.) There is a trout stream that lends great ambiance, and there is a swimming pond. No lifeguard. We would definitely stay here again even with the wifi and satellite issues.

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We DID NOT stay here. This review is to explain 2 things about this facility. 1. The website shown on RVPR is incorrect. It should be www.lyhairstream.com, and 2. They cater to Airstream trailers. The lady I talked to said they have 2 sites that will accommodate up to 40 foot regular RVs. When I called, they did not have space in those 2 sites.

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This park is relatively new, so if you're looking for shade trees it might not be good for you. There are however, new trees planted at every site that do offer a bit of shade. The sites are w-i-d-e at an angle so backing in and getting out is a piece of cake. This park is huge and laid out very very well. Its at a fairgrounds, so its pretty basic. Each site has 30 & 50 amp service along with water. There is a easy in and easy out dump station. There are no picnic tables or fire rings. Our site faced east, so the shade tree was right outside our front door. That allowed our satellite dish to get perfect reception to the southwest. It was mid-October so there was only one other RV in the whole complex. We were on our way home to Northern IL from a fall foliage trip around Lake Michigan that started in Southern WI, so this was perfect for a one night stay. We would definitely stay here again.

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Stayed 2 nights in a pull through site #22. Picnic table and fire ring in every site we saw. We had 30 amp electric, sewer, and water with great pressure. We had the option of taking a 50 amp site that would have been $3 more. This place has a number of seasonal campers that were neat, and unobtrusive. We aren't pool users, so no comment on it. Our satellite dish locked on to all 3 DirecTV satellites after a long time, however, we were unable to get a picture on any of them. This park is right on the edge of Crawfordsville, and is minutes from shopping and restaurants, and downtown. Clean place with nice owners/hosts. We would definitely stay here again. Sugar Creek runs through the campground and there are sites right on the creek.

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This is a beautiful park next to Lake Sakakawea. Rate is the PA rate. Our coach has air leveling only and is automatic, so when leveling in the back in site assigned, the levelers lowered the rear of the coach so much that it severely bent our mud flap. We were essentially parked in a grass field. We had to be careful backing in as there were deep ruts from previous occupants, probably due to heavy rains. It rained while we were there, but we had no trouble driving out of our space. The "sites" were spacious enough, and there are no trees blocking satellite reception. The staff was friendly and courteous. We might stay here again, but it would depend on the time of year.

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Some tight spots. We were given a half moon pull through that was mostly level. The roads entering here are paved. It was a good spot for a couple of days to visit the Lewis & Clark exhibits and the Custer home. We were not here on a weekend, so it was pretty quiet.

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This is our 2nd time at this PA park. Rate reflects PA discount. When we arrived there was no attendant on duty, so we paid with the envelope provided in the office area. This is basically a parking lot off of I-90 that has a little grass and some small trees. It's great for an overnight stop, but couldn't be called a destination. Generally, you just pick your spot, hook up and then go look for someone to pay. The electric, water, and sewer hookups were fine. One great thing about this park is that there is a restaurant in Plankinton named the Commerce Street Bar & Grill, about a mile away, that has GREAT steak! We have traveled extensively across the US for work and now while retired, and this little place makes a melt in your mouth filet mignon that is AWESOME! The best we have ever eaten...anywhere.

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Stayed here a week, and rate reflected weekly charge. Very, very nice park. Clean, level concrete pads, and nice space between most sites. Lots of long term units here, but all sites were well maintained. Two laundromats, one in the main office building and a second one in the auxiliary building across the street where expansion has opened additional sites. Staff very friendly and helpful. Super WiFi signal! We stayed here while visiting the Memphis area, and would definitely stay here again.

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Stayed here for 6 nights while visiting the New Orleans area. On the north side of Lake Ponchartrain, about 4 miles from the causeway. This is a really nice park. Staff is friendly and helpful. No laundry. Only 5 of the 173 sites have sewer hook ups, however, there are two dump stations. If staying beyond your tank capacity days, I would definitely try to get a site with sewer, as it was a pain to unplug electric and water after 4 nights to use the dump station. Heavily wooded, however the trees had no leaves so there were no issues with satellite reception. We would definitely stay here again.

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The only reason this isn't a 10 is because we arrived late and it was very dark in the park so we had trouble seeing the roads and finding our site that was assigned when we made the reservation. There was only one other RV in the entire park, so we ended up taking a pull through that was the first one we found. No host on duty when we arrived. We paid the next day as we were leaving. It was rainy and cold, but this park looked like it would be great in warmer weather. We would stay here again.