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Owners are very proud of their new bath and shower facilities - very well done. This is a small place with only a couple of permanent units. We ended up in the office basement with everyone in the park during a tornado warning. They made sure everyone in the park was accounted for. Owners had lots of local information handouts.

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We had a lovely site overlooking a small lake even though we were just there overnight. The facilities are new and very nice.

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We stayed overnight on a busy holiday weekend. There were lots of activities planned. There was food available for supper and breakfast. There is a big pond for fishing and a nice pool for swimming. Campers were quite close together on very tight roads.

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This place is basically a paved parking lot on one of what must be the most valuable pieces of property in Jersey City. It is very convenient to ferry and train. The ferry is just a hundred yards across the parking lot. The toilet, showers and laundry were in great clean condition. There is a dump on site, not at each site. Each site is a back in about 20' wide. There is not room to put out an awning. Slides will come close to neighbor's slides. We were there for three nights and felt very safe there and left our unit without worry each day. It was also very easy to get to from I-78.

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The toilets and showers were quite old. We only saw two of each. The campground is primarily a residential summer camp. There was a fishing pond. When one drives in the gate the place presents a really well kept look, so the poor quality of the showers and toilets was surprising. There is quite a long winding road to get to this place, but we saw 40's doing it.

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This is primarily a summer residential camp. The toilets and showers are very old with few amenities. There was not even a hook in the shower. But there were spiders and moths. There were also lots of little worms dropping from the trees - something that would not happen all the time - we just managed to hit worm season. Very nice pool.

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The entrance comes up very quickly right after another road joins on the right. It is a divided highway with little access to the other side so don't miss the entrance. This campground has a lot of permanent summer campers. It is very hilly with some tight turns.

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We stayed overnight. There are five hookups right in front for overnighters. The wifi didn't work unless you were very near the office.

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This is primarily a residential summer camp with a dozen or so places for travelers. There is a mini golf and lakes for swimming and fishing. Very close to Interstate. Small town right on Lake Erie. It was perfectly adequate for an overnight.

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While the toilets and showers were a good walk away from our site, the place was clean and well kept. The pool was great.

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We were here just overnight. It is very convenient to the Interstate, but quiet. Lovely pool.

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This is a nice place. There are lots of trees, but some of the sites are out in the sun. Some of the pull-through sites are very long. There is a laundry and a little church, and wildlife roaming. This is about 6 miles off the interstate. Facilities are showing some wear, but they are clean.

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The park is basically a parking lot. It is surrounded by trees, but units are jammed in very close together and many of them seemed permanent. It is about a mile off I-35. It wasn't pretty, but it served its purpose. All sites are back-in. We have a 24' class C and I wouldn't have wanted to drive anything bigger into this place.

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We had a hard time just getting to the park because of the construction. Find Hattie St and go to the north end to get to the park. We stayed one night. There are no trees, no dirt, no gravel - just pavement and grass. All well kept. There is construction going on in the park and it will increase in size.

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This is primarily a park for permanent motorhomes. It was a bit scruffy, with uncut grass and some garbage around. But it is only a mile off of I-35 and there is a large, new Quik Trip store adjacent. It wasn't pretty, but it was handy. Friendly lady in the office. She wouldn't take cash, only check or CC.