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A very convenient park right next to the highway (highway noise is prevelent). We were in site 34 and had quite a time leveling the rig. Nice front desk person. Good wifi. Nice grounds.

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This is a very nice RV park, just off the hwy, so great for an overnight stay. HOWEVER, it is right next to the highway, so there is a lot of noise.

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Meadowlark is a no-frills, well-maintained RV park run by very friendly and helpful people. It is located in a nice neighborhood. Our site #2 was fairly level and had a fair amount of space. Wifi was very strong. Cash or checks only and no bathrooms or showers. $60 is a hefty price for a site and wifi BUT you are only 2.5 miles from Newport! It was really nice to jump in the truck and be in the middle of town. We stayed 2 nites and would have stayed longer if we had the time.

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Location is the only reason to spend $100 for an oceanfront site - we were at the edge of a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Right there!! The sites are very close together, but with the vast ocean and beautiful coastline views, we did not complain. The owners and their son couldn't have been nicer...and this was the last few days of the season. Wifi was strong, no issues there. Full hookups.

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This is a very nice park. Right in town, but you'd never know as it is quiet and secluded. Fairly spacious sites, level and lots of beautiful shade trees. The river is on one side of the park with nice walking paths. We were there for 5 nights over Columbus Day holiday. The park was full, but everyone obeyed the 10 pm quiet hour. The town was very packed, so we stayed off the roads for a couple of days. Helpful and pleasant staff. Wifi was very good.

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A lovely, well-maintained park adjacent to Lake Champlain. Friendly, efficient and knowledgable staff. There is a large seasonal community, but upscale and quite nice. The ONLY negative was the lousy wifi reception. Guests can get very good wifi at the nice and comfortable library (but it would be nicer in the comfort of the trailer). Our site was a back-in (most are) on a bluff over looking the park and lake/bay. It needed some leveling, but nothing major.

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Yes, the check-in person was pretty gruff but the park is a good place to stay, especially if you want to visit Stowe. We thought $49 was a bit much for a full-service back-in site on a grass field with spotty wifi, but hey, we just had one day to see Stowe. There are many trees sprinkled about the park but most are open sites. Many sites are right next to each other so you may want to request a site with some distance between you and your neighbor. And away from the road. Our wi-fi was ok but slow. I think we were in # 53 within site of the office.

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This is a nice park right on the river but only seasonals have the waterfront sites; over-nighters have a choice of pull-thru spaces with water and electric OR easy back-in sites with full hookups. The park has both shady and sunny sites, some more level than others, and most with plenty of space in between. Large trees and green grass make it very pleasant. There are rigs of all sizes here. Wifi was strong (the manager said they just boosted the signal) and Verizon at full strength. We were at the park for two days/two nights and had no complaints at all. Staff (Mathew) was friendly and helpful. There is a nice walking path down to the river's edge and all kinds of "person-powered" water craft to rent. Seneca Falls and the drive around the finger lakes is quite nice.

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This is a new KOA but the park has been around for several years. It was an easy 4 miles off Hwy 90 although the last mile is a mixed gravel and asphalt but no real big deal - you are in the country! The park is exceptionally well-maintained with a lovely lake in the center. Everything was spic and span clean and tidy, the on-site owners very nice and helpful. Wifi worked just fine, the site was level - no complaints. Although we just stayed overnight, there seemed to be plenty of amenities for the whole family. Lots of seasonal campers - all who kept their sites is great condition. We'd come back in a heartbeat!

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We got off the Luddington Ferry (The Badger) and drove about 2 miles to the park. It is in an industrial area, but once you drive in, you are in a beautifully maintained, luscious green park with a lake and lots of room. Excellent customer service, strong wifi and we were happy. Quiet. Level.

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This is a lovely, well-maintained park just a few blocks off Hwy 57. It was quiet, the site was level, and the staff friendly. The wifi was good. There are both shaded and open sites. We only stayed one nite but spoke with a couple of seasonal campers and they couldn't say enough nice things about the park and the management; also that there are the normal park rules and they are enforced. We appreciate that!

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The park is 9 miles from Hwy 43 and is just 1.5 miles from Lake Geneva. The park has mostly seasonal and full-time residences with 6 sites for over nighters. The check-in person was pleasant and helpful. Our site was gravel and grass and partly shaded but slightly unleveled. We stayed two nights and would return again.

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The casino is just off HWY44. We camped overnight at the casino RV and semi-truck overnight area which was closest to the casino. We could walk to the casino (maybe the same distance as a couple of city blocks), but the shuttle came around every 15 min or so. It was a concrete parking lot with wifi and water and electricity hookups. There is another RV parking lot area at the entrance to the road into the casino. It was fine for overnighting, but don't park near the semi-trucks as their engines go all night long. Otherwise, it was very quiet. There is a dump station available. Security patrols the area on a regular basis and it is very well lit. Very well! To get your free overnight stay, park in an empty site, note its number, then go to the Q Club in the very nice but smoke-filled casino, register and get your player's card, then take it to the gift shop and tell them your site number and you are good to go. Gambling is optional. Very nice and helpful staff everywhere.

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The park is about 3 miles off HWY55. Mostly seasonal campers but they have a few sites for over-nighters. The park is mostly under a beautiful canopy of oak trees and has a pretty little lake. Cash only. Water and electric but no sewer hookups. Dump station available. We enjoyed a peaceful night there.

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This is a very nice overnight stop; right off Hwy 40 but there is not a lot of highway noise. Very friendly and helpful owner who lives on the site. Cash or check only. Nice long pull thru sites, some shady trees.