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We visited this CG at the end of the season so it was not crowded (as in many other reviews). Actually we were able to choose a large site looking right out at the lake. Half of the CG had already closed for the winter. It was easy to imagine that in the summer months the place could be a zoo, but during our visit it was peaceful, clean, and comfortable. We had full hook-ups which all worked fine and there's even cable tv. (you probably can't get any stations with an antenna). There's a laundromat (worked well) and the usual bathrooms/showers (did not use). It is true that Munising is more central to Pictured Rocks and has more to offer (groceries, restaurants) but this CG is actually nicer than any of the CGs in Munising. The no-reservations policy seems archaic in these days of internet and cell phones and maybe they'll change it.

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We visited this provincial park in late September, so it was closing down for the year. There was a self-pay kiosk and a site with electricity was $42.00 Canadian. The weather was still great so the park was busy despite the lack of staff. There were 4 camping loops, 2 with electricity and 2 without. There is water available in the park but no water or sewer hook-ups. Most sites are back-in. The camping sites are nothing special, dirt with 30 amp power. But the walking in the park is exceptional since the park includes a very large area of waterfalls and waterfront where you can walk/hike/fish/explore. Our dogs loved it. And we enjoyed the beautiful property and peaceful area.

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This is a lovely CG which seems to be a new section of a larger existing CG. (since the office was closed I don't really know) It is located right on the Connecticut River and many of the sites look out onto the river and trees (and mountains on the other side of the river). There are brand-new full hook-ups, cable, and even wi-fi that works. There is a store (closed). For an overnight stop near the White Mountains, this is ideal. There are some seasonals but everything is very tidy and well-kept. The roads are perfectly paved and the gravel sites are level.

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Lake Pemaquid CG is a huge place with many features: beaches, boathouses, a store, playgrounds, etc. It is very family-friendly and there were lots of kids riding around on bikes and playing various games,swimming, eating ice cream, and generally having a good time. The upkeep of the entire facility is so-so. The main paved road is hard to tell from the many dirt roads because the paving is in poor condition. There are lots of trees and some grass but it isn't particularly manicured. The water is lovely and because it isn't the ocean, it is not too cold to swim in. There are many seasonal campers and they are scattered around in the CG. There are a variety of sites and there's probably one to suit anyone's taste. There was one area (near us) where a noisy group of seasonal campers seemed to gather every night to have a fire and drink and make way too much noise. This is a beautiful location and probably ideal for families who like outdoor recreation.

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Red Apple is a pleasant CG that resembles a seasonal village. There are many semi-permanently installed trailers and fifth wheels with porches, roofs, gardens, etc. It is extraordinarily tidy and well-kept. Even the very small dog run has clean toys to use! Some of the back-in sites are hard to get into because of trees; our rv is only 30' and it took us two tries. We liked having lobsters delivered to us for dinner from an antique truck.

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This CG near Corning, NY seems to be mostly for local/regional seasonal campers. It was fine for an overnight stay. Kids would probably like it. IMHO it lacks charm. Most of the sites are occupied by older campers which obviously don't move. It is very clean now (early May).

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The service at this CG wasn't bad, there just wasn't any - we arrived after 5 pm and checked in using a self-pay honor system. Most of the people at this small CG were locals enjoying a spring weekend with family/kids. This is a fine overnight stop. The CG seems to be a local amenity offered by the county and is fairly basic although very clean. All the hook-ups worked fine. No cable or wi-fi.

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This CG is very convenient to the interstate and while there is a little traffic noise, it is not loud enough to be disturbing. It is immaculately maintained. Every site is a pull-through with 30/50 amps and full hook-ups. We found the wi-fi weak but we were far away from the office. Almost everyone at this CG was visiting area attractions and there were lots of really nice motorhomes and fifth wheels. We liked this CG very much and would definitely return.

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This CG is fairly new and well-designed. Every site is a full hook-up pull-through. The gravel roads are easy to drive and the sites are level and each has a small grassy area and a small table. The sites are close together. Amenities include a very nice dog fenced dog park, a pond (decorative), and a kids' play area. The CG is NOT convenient from I-85. There is some road noise at night but not intrusive. The CG is immaculate and the owner is considerate - for instance, there are no check-ins after 7 pm because he doesn't want the noise to disturb campers. This CG is not charming/beautiful but it is extremely functional and reasonable priced, and as a result it is always full!

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Lee State Park seems to be a large area of pine forest with some trails cut through it. The CG has large back-in sites with 30-amp electricity and water. There is a dump on the way out. About half the CG is set up for people with horses although none were there when we were there. It is extremely peaceful and pretty if you like the woods. You check yourself in using an envelope system and rangers drive by occasionally to see if everything is ok. CG is very convenient to the interstate. Surprisingly good cell reception and many regular tv channels. The road in the CG is sandy gravel and has washed out so it is wavy and requires slow driving.

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This is a small CG with few amenities but it is immaculate and pleasant. Every site is full hook-up with 30 and 50 amps. Kill Devil Hills is a good location for exploring the Outer Banks and there are many attractions and restaurants nearby. Because this CG has no pool etc it does not attract families which is nice for those of us traveling without young kids. There is one small playground. There are a few well-maintained seasonals. This was an excellent place to stay for a few nights.

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This is an average KOA, enjoyable for families with young kids. There is plenty of room for kids to ride bikes around and play in a stream. For non-kid campers it is an ordinary CG on a pretty piece of land. Some of the sites are extremely close together (along the stream). The hook-ups work well but the wi-fi is terrible and there is limited cell service (one bar). There is a row of seasonals adjacent to the main part of the CG which includes some very poorly maintained sites with old tires, pieces of old tarps, dead plants, etc. It was an ok place for one night but I wasn't eager to stay.

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This KOA park was fine for an overnight stop. It is very convenient from I-87. As other reviews have commented, the main entrance road and the interior ring road are gravel and not particularly well-graded. They are not difficult to drive on, just bumpy. The CG owners are available and helpful. Several upgrading projects are underway and I'm sure the CG will be even better in the future. The hook-ups and wi-fi worked well.

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This is a really mediocre RV CG which only attracts people because it is close to NYC. (not very close) It is expensive and not scenic. The office is run by work-campers who are nice enough but don't know much. The lay-out with the big hill is weird and the people hanging around look like those poor souls in 1930s Depression photography. The hook-ups work (well, they did after we changed sites twice) and it's fine for an overnight. I feel very sorry for the people who think that camping here for the weekend is a wonderful getaway.

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This campground is very pretty but small. It is right on the French Broad river and half the sites are actually on the river. (This is why it is so expensive - location, location, location.) Your neighbors are on concrete pads right next to you. Full hook-ups and everything works great including the Wi-Fi. This is an adequate but not great campground for dogs since there is very little green space. There is a pool (we did not use) and a laundry room (ditto).