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This was a welcome off-season find for us at a reasonable price that we will use in the future for a first or last overnight. The entry, office, pool, and restrooms were all clean and nicely-landscaped, a good first impression. Our dog enjoyed the large, fenced park. Appeared to be a mix of closed up winter homes, current residents, and a few over-nighters like us. Some ancient and run-down trailers alternated with modern rigs, but otherwise the place has a generally well-kept appearance, nicer than many similar places in our state. Very easy off & on Interstate 75, but peaceful enough for a good night's sleep.

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Great location for an overnight before we headed south on I-77, and very easy off & on Interstate 81, but still a quiet spot. This campground seems to have been around for a long time, and has a peaceful, pastoral feeling because of the fields with cows and sheep that surround it. We were assigned a shady site, and noticed several big rigs pull in for overnights. Would definitely stay here again.

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After a long day on backed-up Interstates under construction in the rain, it was a big relief to pull in here and find a site available even at a higher price than we normally pay for an overnight stopover. There aren't too many options in this part of Pennsylvania and the price reflects amenities we did not need like a free shuttle to Hershey Park. We were led by golf cart to a site parallel to the river with a concrete pad, and phoned in an order for the campground store's fried chicken along with a few bananas. A nice young staffer brought it to our site just as a heavy rain began falling. Even though the chicken was dried out and the bananas were way past their prime, we were happy to be tucked in for the night and enjoyed a good night's sleep. Took advantage of the dog park while here. Some sites might be noisy where trucks roll across a bridge next to the campground.

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This is one of the nicest KOAs we've stayed in, with a very accommodating and visible staff. We were assigned a spot up the hill (a little steep for dog-walking with my bad knees) and we had some trouble leveling, so called and were given a green light to move. A staffer rode up on a golf cart to provide us with the new windshield hang tag. Bathrooms up on that level looked brand new and were immaculate. After our first night, we realized a lower level full hook-up site closer to the laundry would meet our needs better, and there was no problem moving for very small charge to the upgraded site after our day of sightseeing. The campground is woodsy with a scenic pond, yet in an easy-access location near where two major highways meet, close to a lot of big-name national stores. It has full services including a big dog park on the lower level. Best of all, it is very convenient for exploring the charms of this part of Vermont. After two nights, I wished we had planned for at least one other night here in our schedule. Next time!

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This is an older, woodsy, low key campground by a river, ideally located for visiting Mount Washington for the cog railway and a short drive to Franconia State Park. It's on a busy main road but our site further in was quiet. The Wi-Fi signal was very strong, a refreshing and welcome change from so many campgrounds. When I realized a few days ahead that I had booked a 20-amp site by mistake, the owner immediately and graciously responded by email that it would be no problem to move us to a 30-amp. Full payment by credit card was required when reserving our three-day stay, with the Good Sam discount applied online. (Note that there is a fee of at least $25 if you cancel after booking, which might be typical in any summer resort area.) I found the website a bit difficult to navigate in terms of reserving a specific site type and number for specific dates. Might be best to email or pick up the phone to reserve.

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We stayed just inside the park entrance and it was fine for an overnight. A reasonable drive off I-95 and back, with grocery shopping available nearby. There was plenty of open green space to walk the dog, always a plus for us. The campground seemed to be mostly full of seasonal or permanent residents. I will probably investigate other options if I pass through the Bangor area in the future.

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Rate is in Canadian dollars. This popular, gated, municipally-operated park and campground on a long spit of land in the Baie de Chaleurs is a real gem. It has modern, clean buildings and a good layout with many sites facing the beach and water. The setting is pretty at the foot of the Chic Choc Mountains, which offer hiking opportunities, and a pretty lighthouse is on site at Pointe Tracadigash. English is readily spoken in this area, and campground rule sheet is available in English. We enjoyed camping here even when foggy, rainy, windy weather rolled in and definitely felt it was worth the price.

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Rate was in Canadian dollars for a site with a spectacular view. Passport America rate is available, but not for view sites, so we splurged and moved after the first night when a view site opened up. Well worth it for panoramic sunrise and sunset views of Perce Rock and Bonaventure Island as well as of a lighthouse at the edge of the property. This peaceful campground is quite large and spread out, and the owner is possibly the hardest-working person I've ever seen operating a campground anywhere. The grass was kept trimmed and the large bathrooms and enormous laundry room were always spotless. The bustling tourist town is a very short drive down the hill.

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Rate shown was in Canadian dollars. This large park was packed with families and friends enjoying a sunny, holiday weekend together, but everyone was in peaceful good spirits with no behavior that would disturb others. The campground is well-managed by an on-site owner, and I noticed that young staff boys were hard at work clearing ashes from fire rings as rigs departed. We took advantage of the free shuttle to the commercial ferry (leaves around 9, picks up about 4:30), a pleasant way to arrive in Quebec City's old town - a great photo opportunity as you cross the river. Will recommend this place to others and stay here again.

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Rate is in Canadian dollars, and includes the $11 reservation fee when booking online. The camping fee itself is less. At check-in, pay an additional per-day, per-person park entry fee (credit cards accepted) and receive receipts to display (no entry fee if you have a Parks Canada annual pass). Well worth it - this is a fine upgrade beyond your average public campground, with spacious sites separated by thick foliage. Ours had a large adjoining grassy space with a high-quality picnic table and fire box where we were visited by a porcupine who strolled past on his way to climb a tree. A short path leads to a lovely beach with dramatic mountain scenery. The visitor center has firewood for sale. The Park seems to be working at many improvements including adding more sites with electricity.

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Rate was in Canadian dollars, cash only. OK for a one-night stopover and the plus is that this small campground is on the water so you can stroll along the beach. It is a bit difficult to locate since it is surrounded by a residential neighborhood. Owners were not there but their grand-daughter checked us in. The price for a non-waterfront grass site with 30 amps, water and electric was on the high side for the region. Would try another campground next time.

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Rate was in Canadian dollars. Next to and owned by a lobster restaurant, this place made a great starting point for our circuit of the Gaspe Peninsula, and it is peaceful at night even though on the main highway. We spent two very enjoyable nights in this small campground with wonderful sea breeze and view (we chose to pull in forward as many did, others backed in.) Sites along the waterfront were tight (worked OK for our 25' RV plus living room and rear slide-outs), but larger class rigs parked in the center section. It was fun to walk out on the flat rocks during low tide, and some folks built campfires on the beach at dark. Used the clean, small laundry room. We enjoyed our lobster dinner splurge one night in the restaurant.

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Alouette offers a much better value and nicer facilities than the average RV park close to any major city in the US or Canada. It is a very large, partially-wooded property convenient to an auto-route with many seasonal residents who maintain their places very well. We were on the upper level which had trees around and nice view of a mountain in the distance. Our site wasn't huge, but adequate, and we were away all day sightseeing anyway. I appreciated the green space where I could walk my dog, as well as the immaculate laundry and bathroom near our site. Would not hesitate to recommend this to others visiting Montreal.

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So glad to have found this place through RV Park Reviews for an overnight as we headed for Canada. We found it to be quiet and very scenic along the river, with a lot of shady, green space to walk our dog - a real oasis. We would definitely stay here again.

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This large, full service campground provides a pleasant and restful night while driving on I-81, and has possibly the most beautiful, modern RV park bathrooms I have ever seen anywhere. The office has good ice cream for sale, and those two things make me return and enjoy staying at this campground even though the price is higher than our usual overnight stopover.