DaveInOhio

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Wide gravel roads are easy to navigate with our 37' MH, and the grassy area surrounded by trees gives a park-like feel. Our site, with its gravel parking pad, picnic table, and trash can, was nice and level, though there wasn't any extra room once we extended slides on both sides, and no separation from nearby campers on three sides. We connected to the convenient 30 amp and water hookups; there was no sewer at the site, so we dumped on the way out. WiFi was out initially, but the host graciously restarted it at my request and thereafter it was available, though a bit spotty and not terribly fast. We did not use the available bathrooms or laundry. We felt this park was a bargain at the price, especially given all the pretty vistas a short drive away in the surrounding area.

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This park is tight for our 36' MH, but they put us on site 2 which was easy to access. Although it was a pull-though, the site was too short for us to leave the car hooked up. All of the sites in this section are well-packed gravel flanked by grass with a picnic table and fire ring. We connected to the convenient water and 30 amp hookups, but did not use the available sewer. Although WiFi initially wouldn't connect, the owner graciously restarted the access point, and thereafter we had a very strong signal and wonderfully fast throughput. The bathrooms were clean and convenient, but showers cost extra. We didn't notice whether or not there is a laundry available. Overall, we thought it was decent value at this price for the amenities offered."

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"Roads in the park, some paved, some dirt, are narrow with overhanging branches to dodge in places, and, unfortunately, two-way. Add a plethora of exuberant children on bikes, and the area requires extra vigilence. Our grass site was fairly level and quite spacious with conveniently placed water, 30 amp, and sewer hookups. A couple of small trees added a bit of character, but no shade. The free WiFi signal was strong, but the throughput was miserably spotty and slow. Although we didn't use the bathrooms or laundry, the facilities looked clean, convenient, and the washers seemed reasonably priced. Overall value seemed Okay for these amenities at this price."

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"A narrow, dirt road through the park gave adequate access for our 37' MH to our incredibly large, reasonably level, grassy site (#32) complete with picnic table and fire ring. Although we didn't really have significant shade, a couple of large trees were a nice touch. There were only a few other campers in the park, so the very large grassy expanse surrounded by tall evergreen trees felt a bit like our own private park. :) Our friendly ""neighbors"" were nearby on the next site due to shared posts for the water and electric hookups which we both used, but we were parked with our doors facing away from each other so it did not feel overly close. There was no sewer hookup on site. We didn't use the available toilet and shower facilities. There were no WiFi nor laundry facilities available. Overall, the park seemed a decent value at this price for the amentities offered."

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Paved road through park gave easy access to a level, gravel site that was quite adequate for our 37' RV and toad. Friendly campers we nearby on other sites, and trees provided some nice shade. We used the convenient water and electricity hookups; there was no sewer, so we dumped on the way out. We didn't use the available toilet and shower facilities. There was no WiFi at our site, and that at the kiosk was very weak, so we enjoyed coffee and breakfast at the Octopus Garden cafe a mile away in Alma and connected there. Similarly, there was no laundry in the park, we we went to the little laundromat in Alma. Price was a good value for amenities provided.

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This flat, gavel parking lot gives a base for enjoying the surrounding park and the city. Sites are wide but not particularly deep and include a picnic table. Sewer connection at back of rig is a bit of a stretch, and elevated 6" above ground for a low slope from the outlet on my RV, so I didn't bother, and just emptied at the dump station on the way out. Electric and water are on two separate posts, each serving 4 sites, so the cord and hose runs are pretty long. WiFi signal was strong, but throughput was abysmal to non-existent. Toilet, shower, and laundry facilities are available, but we didn't use them. Pricing was about midrange for the amenities provided.

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This large, open, grass campground features a narrow paved road for access to sites that are mostly grass with a thin bit of gravel. Our site was not very level and the ground was rather wet and mushy, meaning we also had plenty of gnats and mosquitoes. The site had a convenient electrical hookup that we didn't use, but no water or sewer hookups; we did use the convenient dump station where we also filled our fresh water. Even at our site at the end of the loop, the WiFi signal was good and most of the time the throughput was excellent. Toilet, shower, and laundry facilities are available, but we didn't use them. The low price was a very good value for the amenities provided.

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This friendly campground with a pool attracts families for happy times. Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park are a short drive, and also accessible via free shuttle bus. Good access via paved drive gave access to a level, grass site that was just big enough to accommodate our 37' MH; parking our towed car filled it up. Water and 30 amp electricity were conveniently placed; our site didn't have sewer. Free Wi-Fi accessible from our site worked well, but was very slow in the evenings. Bath facilities were close, plentiful, clean, and convenient, though showers require quarters. Laundry room was clean and convenient, though a bit pricey per load. Price was about what we'd expect at a popular destination like Acadia.

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With a pool, lots of playground area, and the nearby attractions like StoryLand, this is a family friendly campground located in the heart of a pretty mountain valley. Well groomed drives gave access to a spacious, level, sandy site with convenient water, 30 amp, and sewer hookups. Free Wi-Fi accessible from our site gave solid Internet access. Bath facilities were convenient and clean, though showers cost extra. We didn't try the laundry because of their inconvenient pre-paid card charging system.

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As expected when camping in one of the largest metro areas, this park is mostly concrete with small patches of grass between the slabs. Unfortunately, though they gave us one of their larger sites, it was tight for our 33' motor home due to a tree and the requirement that our towed car fit as well. Electric hookup was convenient, but we didn't use water or sewer. The free WiFI worked well. Bathrooms were clean and large with plenty of hooks and lots of hot water — a nice plus since we were holed-up here due to cold, icy weather. Laundry facility looked large and clean, though we didn't use it. The price seemed a good value for the location.

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This RV park gets all the basics right with good driveways; spacious, level sites; convenient hookups; and wonderfully large, clean bathrooms with plenty of hooks and counter-top space; free WiFi (though not especially fast). Bravo for an integrated center with workout room, laundry and game room. This would easily be an 8-rated facility if it were next to a pretty national park! We stayed only one night on our way through and had no problems, but we did wonder if ever there are lines with only 2 bathrooms available. Price is on the high end for this level of amenities, but seems demand is up with the oil boom in the area.

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This is a family mecca with pool, ponds, and games galore for the kids. Our pull-thru site was level and long, and there are grass strips between the gravel sites. Water and electric hookups were convenient. Bathrooms were clean and modern, but showers cost extra. We were able to receive Wi-Fi at our site near the office, but it was rather weak, so we just used our Verizon modem which received a strong signal. Overall, we felt the price was just a bit steep for what we got here, but it was a pleasant place to stop for a night along the way.

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Camping in a grove of mature oak trees with lush grass all around was very refreshing! The campground owners were very personable and helpful, and escorted us out to the site across their farm. The gravel road was easily navigated, and the gravel sites were large enough but quite un-level. Water and electrical hookups were convenient, but there was no sewer, nor was there Wi-Fi or laundry. The bathroom was spacious and clean. As much as we enjoyed our stay here, we did think the price was a bit steep.

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This immaculate park offers quiet sites overlooking the river, and ours was wonderfully shaded by large trees. The park and sites are paved and reasonably level, and the back-in sites are plenty spacious for big rigs with tows. Electrical hookup was convenient. There was no water or sewer, but a clean and convenient dump station is located just outside the park. The bathrooms were modern, clean, spacious and convenient. At such a low price this is one of the best values we've encountered.

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Though convenient to the highway, this park was not particularly noisy. It was level and smooth with grass and trees around the sites. Electrical, water, and sewer hookups were convenient. Bathrooms were clean and modern. This park was a good value with our Passport America discount.