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Stone Mountain Heights Mobile Home Park, Stone Mountain, Georgia

Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $16.00
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As full-time RVers, my husband and I have stayed at Stone Mountain Heights three times now, each visit for several months at a time while we live and work and spend time with friends in town. We enjoy it so much that this is now the only park we'll stay at when in Atlanta. It's incredibly convenient to Stone Mountain Park (just 1/4 mile up the road) and Atlanta proper (just straight down Hwy 78 through Decatur), incredibly safe and secure, unbelievably affordable, and full of friendly and helpful long-termers that we are proud to call our "neighbors." Plus the staff are just wonderful. Every time we return to this family-owned park, they make us feel as though we are coming home. I know some people will tell you to stay IN Stone Mountain Park, but I disagree. Our monthly rent would be half again as much in the off-season and nearly twice as much during high season, plus a $10 a day parking fee. Why pay that when you can stay for less at Stone Mountain Heights. Buy an annual pass for $40, and come and go to the park as you please during your visit? We go to the park nearly every day to jog, climb the mountain, and enjoy the amenities for a heck of a lot less than actually staying in one of their RV spaces. The negative reviews I've seen about this park are posted by vacationers who were expecting "resort" accommodations, but that's not what Stone Mountain Heights is all about. They've got everything we need for our full-timing lifestyle, a great laundry facility, free unlimited Wi-Fi, a pool, safe streets for walking and biking, shaded RV spots, lots of space between you and the next rig, and folks who will go out of their way to help you if you're having a package delivered or need assistance with your awning or have a maintenance problem you can't figure out. If you're looking for a safe, friendly, convenient, well-maintained community in which to full-time as you're stopping in Atlanta, I highly recommend Stone Mountain Heights. We camped at Stone Mountain Heights Mobile Home Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Liberty Harbor RV Park, Jersey City, New Jersey

Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $75.00
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This is only an RV park in name; there are no amenities, no sewer hookups, and you're basically staying in a parking lot for the marina with a water spigot and an electrical outlet. The only two things this place has going for it are that it's very safe and incredibly convenient to get into Manhattan, but the fact that they don't have a monthly rate and when you pay the daily rate you're shelling out $1500 a month for your stay makes this officially the most expensive place we've ever stayed, anywhere. And here's something they don't tell you when you check in. If you stay there during the winter, you'll be paying that $1500 a month for just electric and no water because they apparently cut the water off when it gets cold so their pipes don't freeze (and in our case, it was with no notice as we were in the middle of washing dishes, and there was no reduction of our rent to compensate for the fact that we were without half the utilities we had been promised). Horrible customer service, good luck getting the manager to respond to a complaint -- the cleaning staff is incredibly rude, and they rent what used to be the game room out to a bunch of welders who start cutting metal girders at 6AM every day about 20 feet from your trailer window. Unfortunately, they've got a monopoly. If you want to stay this close to NYC, there are no other options. Maybe okay for a night or two, but definitely not full-timer friendly. We camped at Liberty Harbor RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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