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This is a large resort well laid out. Landscaping is excellent. My reason for not giving a higher rating is based on the resort's lack of wi-fi and no cable. A resort whose normal daily rates in the winter are $125, is expected to have those amenities. Sites are quite large. There are many activities, but most of them have a charge associated with them. Check-in was poor. Only one person in front of me at check-in and it took almost 20 minutes. There are no tables or chairs on rental sites. We likely would not return or recommend it.

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Stayed on one of their large pull throughs. Staff very efficient and friendly. Wi-fi good. Cable very good. Many long-term campers with sites less than well kept. Maneuvering difficult with large coach and a tow vehicle. Bathroom small, but clean. Very convenient to I-95. Good for overnight stay. Site large gravel composition.

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Well laid out. Sites good sized. Level. Roads were wide enough to traverse easily. Must go through a residential area to get to campground. Good wi-fi. We were permitted to wash coach, which really needed it.

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This is a large campground with many "permanent" units. We were there on the Thursday before their Halloween weekend. Seemed as if every third camper had a golf cart, each seeing who could go the fastest. Roads on the interior were quite narrow. The access roads to sites were so narrow that our large motorhome(45 feet) had a difficult time maneuvering into a site. The first site to which we were assigned, which was at least 50 feet deep, was impossible to back into, because trees prohibited entry. Wi-fi was horrible. We will not return.

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This is a unique facility. The four sites are narrow, gravel, and fairly level. There is only electric (two with 30 amp and two with 50 amp service) and cable, no water or sewer. All this being said, it worked for us. RVs with slides on both sides would find the sites very tight. There was very good lighting. The members of the Lodge were extremely nice, and we were invited to dine with them. For $14 we had a wonderful meal, and were able to have wine for less than $3/glass. You need to time your arrival and departure carefully, because when Lodge members arrive, the parking lot is small, and cars will block egress to the sites. We would definitely return if in the area. If all sites were in use, it could get claustrophobic.

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While this campground is part of South of the Border, it is physically located away from the hustle and bustle of the retail businesses. The sites were level, some grass, and virtually all were pullthroughs. It is right off I-95, but there was no road noise. I was actually pleasantly surprised, and would return if in the area. Wi-fi very good.

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This is a nice, not-too-large family run campground. It is well laid out, with enough room to traverse to each site. The sites are level, with the interior road and sites gravel. The owners are more than willing to help you in anyway possible. It is in a country setting, making it very quiet. I would return without reservation.

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To call this a resort is a stretch. Granted, it provide boat access to Lake Norman, it doesn't have much else. There is a tiki bar, but it wasn't open. There were no other services. The couple running the park(workcampers) were marvelous. Because of our size, we were limited to just a very few sites, maybe 5. Because the steep decline to get to sites, we were directed to back out of our site upon leaving (about 200-250 feet uphill). It was obvious why we couldn't go down to where most of the sites were located, because we would have scrapped the rear of the coach. We could see where MANY travel trailers and smaller coaches had scrapped previously. Sites were nicely sized, level, with tables, and all with some grass. There was a nice, moderate-to-high priced, restaurant across the street. Food was good, buy probably not worth the price. Would not return.

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We stayed during a three-day weekend. Campground full. We were on a site, which we were told had been under water the week before. We had the rear tires spinning mud both pulling in and leaving. While maneuvering within the park is possible in a big rig (45 feet), it certainly isn't for novices. Office staff excellent - check-in easy. Probably will not return - this being our second time here.

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We opted for a premium site which had a patio and table and chairs. While our site was level, the decline getting into the site was very steep, so much so that I had to get out twice to make sure the coach's exhaust wasn't going to scrap - we had about 2 inches to spare. Sites and roadway were nicely paved. Front office staff helpful and courteous. Having stayed at two other campgrounds in the area, we definitely prefer this one.

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Very pleasant setting right off interstate. There was a sheep pasture on one side and a cow pasture on another. The sites were mostly pullthroughs, relatively narrow, and gravel. Front office staff very friendly and check-in was flawless. The three nights we were there, they were full. Seems as if this is a good stopover for snowbirds traveling south. Would highly recommend making a reservation if traveling in October. Our first site was situated whereby we had to back out because a tree was located so closely to the front left of our site making it impossible to exit going forward. Would come back again for a one-night layover.

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Very friendly staff - made check-in pleasant. Campground had quite a few seasonal campers who kept their sites attractive. While the sites were adequate for large rigs, the turning radius to exit many of the pull throughs was inadequate. We ended up having to back out, because a tree blocked us from going out forward. I saw two other 38-40 foot motorhomes have great difficulty also. Sites were hard packed gravel/dirt and were level. Convenient to the Interstate, so might return if in the area.

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This was a well-maintained campground. We were placed in the newest section which had large, level pull throughs, but they lacked sewer. Can't understand why you'd construct new sites without sewer. Additionally, to exit the new section required drivers to pull back into the main campground, circle it, and then drive out again. They had a large, new nice grassy, shaded dog park. Might return if in the area.

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This campground is well laid out with wide main driveway. There is a significant number of seasonal units, but they are tastefully decorated and well kept. Sites for the most part are quite level. Staff was quite helpful and check in was easy. Convenient to Kennibunk and Kennibunkport. Wi-Fi was strong and fast. Would definitely return if in the area.

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This campground caters to travel trailers and tent campers. While they have a few full hookup sites for larger motor homes, they really aren't appropriate. We had to use every inch of the length and we still slightly stuck out into the roadway. Sites for full hookups weren't very level. Larger units, or units over 9 feet tall had to enter the campground going the wrong way on a one-way exit lane. Very convenient to a large beach which was shared by the public, as well as a paved bike trail. I doubt we would return.