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This is a beautiful park and well-maintained. Nice views of St Lawrence River and international bridge. The sites are level/gravel and there are about 5 pull-throughs. Most sites are taken up by seasonals. Transient sites include water and 30amp but no sewer. $Dump. $Hot showers (we did not use). $8 extra for each visiting adult. $Wifi (which is good). $2.75 washer; $2.50 dryer: much cheaper to go into town. The extra charges were annoying, especially given that we paid $1050 for a month, off-season. Extensive facilities (clean) and nice playground and beach. Book exchange. However, host is very unfriendly and we did not feel welcome. We would not stay here again.

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Greeted with tamales and bottle of wine on arrival (special for Xmas). Very friendly owners. Basically a sandy parking lot. Hard to find electrical outlets ($3 extra). Water not potable. Convenient to visit La Bufadora. 45 min to Ensenada. We would stay here again.

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Price includes water, 30amp and sewer. One night free for a week (the length of time we stayed). 40% off for the month. Level site. Owner speaks some English though not always available. We picked a site facing the ocean with no obstructions. The view was incredible. Very very quiet as no-one else here but the parking would have been too tight otherwise. Our 34 ft motorhome just fit. Managed to park our dolly and Jeep right beside motorhome. Dead quiet most of the time. Lovely. Fun to watch all the fishing boats but no noise to bother us. Short walk to town. We would definitely stay here again but maybe not good for a bigger rig.

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Fee was for water and electric. Beautiful park. Helpful staff. Level and spacious sites. Mainly back-in. Clean throughout. Invaded by ladybugs. Lovely walking at Poverty Point Historic State Park. We will stay here again.

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Friendly staff. Clean and tidy campground. Sites on concrete pads but not all level. Easy access to downtown and shopping. Wifi available only in office. some traffic noise as we were right beside a highway.

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New management at this park as of a couple of months ago. Prices have gone up a bit. Helpful staff, clean and tidy facilities. $2 per load for laundry. Level sites are a bit closely spaced. Wifi excellent. We would stay here again.

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Rates are reduced for weekly or monthly stays. The staff were friendly and informative with helpful tips re shopping. The campground was beautifully maintained and landscaped with fairly level and well-spaced sites. The location was convenient for visiting family in Brampton and the GO station with access to Toronto (allow about an hour). There were several conservation areas for hiking and access to the Bruce Trail was within walking distance. There was constant noise from the nearby 401 Hwy but it was not noticeable after a few days. Unfortunately, the wifi access was totally unreliable. We stayed here for 6 weeks and would definitely stay again.

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Fee reflects the Passport America rate, only available on Mon and Tues nights. Owners were exceptionally friendly and would rate 10/10 in our opinion. Unfortunately the campground needs some tidying and seems to be a depot for junk. The sites are all pull-through and level. Services include cable TV and good Wi-Fi connection. Laundry OK at $1 per load. Campground is full of seasonals who leave for work early in morning. Campground is immediately adjacent to 280 and the noise continues through the night. We might stop here for one evening, passing through, but would not go out of our way.

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Passport America rate. We stayed five nights. Staff friendly, live on site. Laundry OK. Not the most spic-and-span modern facilities but we liked this place for total peace and quiet. Easy access and nice walking. Sites grassy but with hard surface. Cement patios. Wi-Fi excellent (we were parked near rec room). We would definitely stay here again.

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The rate cited is the Passport America rate, valid for a week. The host was friendly and informative. She guided us to our site on arrival. The grounds are well-maintained though the sites are a little close together. Leveling was easy on the pull-through sites. The Wi-Fi was pretty good. Easy access and about half an hour north of Panama City.

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Friendly and informative staff. A little ways off the I-10 but well sign-posted and well worth it if you like an isolated and beautifully scenic location. The road in the park is sandy and bumpy. Our site was long but many are not. Reservations are critical as this is a small popular park. You're on your own for Internet service. Beautiful walking in the park along the river. We loved it here and would definitely revisit.

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Beautiful sites, seemingly recently upgraded. Stunning location if you like hiking. Florida Trail across road. We booked site by phone but later found it is easier to use the on-line reservation system as parks are very crowded at this time of year. We would have liked to stay longer. Immaculate level spacious sites. Need your own Internet access. Would have loved to stay here longer.

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Rate is per Passport America. Valid for one week. Friendly staff saved a site for us though we arrived when office closed. Tidy and clean. Easy access off I-10. Several pull-throughs. Most sites are gravel but we had to fiddle a bit for leveling. Nice little lake to walk around. Wi-Fi OK.

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Beautiful location. Lots of hiking available. Staff good. Park clean and tidy. Most sites spacious, level, and private. Easy access to New Orleans. We would definitely stay here again.

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The rate goes down dramatically if you stay longer. Our rate worked out to about $200 per month plus $40/mo electric. Also used about $40 per month propane which is delivered to site twice a week. Very friendly and informative staff, especially the manager. . Very clean and tidy park. Good laundry facilities at $1 per load. Access is easy and location is excellent, near to library and HEB grocery within walking distance. Sites were level but very narrow. This would be our big criticism as we felt our neighbors were too close. However, this is normal for RV parks in Rio Grande Valley. Lots of activities in park for seniors (park geared to age 55+) but we did not join in too much and that was fine. No pressure to do so. WiFi was iffy. Water pressure fine. Good book exchange. We would stay here again.