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Review Count: 7
States Visited: 5
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Higgins Lake / Roscommon KOA, Roscommon, Michigan

Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $49.00
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Overall this was a very nice campground. They have many (if not most) pull-through sites but only a few are 50amp. The staff was friendly and courteous. The sites seemed spacious. Our full-service, 50amp pull-through was a VERY nice site (#52). Even though this worked well for our stay, I couldn't give higher for the following reasons: 1.) all sites are sandy. I realize the soil in this area is sand, but gravel could be added; 2.) There was only one dumpster, not a far walk, but also not convenient; 3.) If you are looking for kids activities you might be disappointed. Restrooms and showers seemed very clean. We would go back here again. We camped at Higgins Lake / Roscommon KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 7
States Visited: 5
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Boston / Cape Cod KOA, Middleboro, Massachusetts

Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $75.00
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This park was amazing and the first to get a 10! from me. I might have given it a 9.5 if that was an option, only because of price. There were no other negatives. Initially, I was a little disappointed that our sites were close together, but when I looked around the rest of the park I realized that there were other areas with larger sites and some with patios. We did not plan ahead and took what was available. I cannot fault the park for that. The staff is very courteous and friendly. The lady that checked us in, was like a concierge. She was so helpful with planning trips to Plymouth and Boston. The store is very nice, the pool very clean. The grounds immaculate. Most of the sites are shaded. Unlike many that call themselves a resort, this CG is truly resort quality. We have a 40' MH and did not tow a car. We used taxi service to get us to Plymouth ($45 each way) and also to get us to the train station for a Boston day trip ($11 each way). Highly recommend this as either a camping experience or home base for sightseeing in Boston, Plymouth and the Cape. We camped at Boston / Cape Cod KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 7
States Visited: 5
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Adventure Bound Camping Resorts – Cape Cod, North Truro, Massachusetts

Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $65.00
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Hard to find the positives in this one! We used this as base camp for sightseeing and therefore the actual camping experience was secondary. We did not have a vehicle and the bus stopping right at the entrance to the grounds was very convenient. Our actual site was fairly nice but close to other campers. The power was good and water pressure adequate. We had full h/u. Of note: we actually stayed in the Horton's CG which is a ways down the road from the main CG. We had to check in at the main office and were then directed to Horton's. So many bad first impressions. 1.) Signage is very poor and we weren't even sure where to check in. Had to get turned around once we were in the park. 2.) Campers are very close to each other, low overhanging branches and VERY tight corners to navigate in a 40' MH. First impression of Horton's is even worse. It is desolate, the store is under renovations and therefore the only access to a store was at the main grounds over a mile down the road. Horton's is in the process of being upgraded but it is NOT attractive at all. There was no obvious staff presence. A dilapidated truck came through a couple times a day to pick up garbage. There was no security and no gate preventing unwanted visitors. I only gave this a 5 because it DID serve its purpose. It doesn't come close to anything resembling a resort. Fortunately, they do offer credit for unused nights which can be applied at other Adventure Bound properties. We will see if those are any better. We would not stay here again. We camped at Adventure Bound Camping Resorts – Cape Cod in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 7
States Visited: 5
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Odetah Camping Resort, Bozrah, Connecticut

Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $65.00
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First impressions of this campground are very good: entrance, store, check-in process, and courteousness of staff are worthy of being called a resort. Unfortunately the actual camping sites fall short. We were offered a site with one side of privacy which was nice (we came in on a Sunday night for a stopover only). The sites are very narrow and the road/turns are a little tricky to navigate with a 40' RV. The 30 amp power was barely adequate, and the park was not full. We did not use any of the facilities. If the actual sites matched the first impression, this would truly be an amazing campground. Note: there was some road noise where we stayed, but it was minimal, and the staff was VERY forthcoming about it. We camped at Odetah Camping Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 7
States Visited: 5
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Lake Raystown Resort & Lodge, Entriken, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $53.00
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This was our first time staying at this park and we were not disappointed. Staff was friendly, check-in process was quick, restrooms and showers were clean. Showers do not have private dressing areas. This park does not have sewer hookup at any site, most likely due to federal regulations from the Army Corps of Engineers. They have a pump-out service for $6. NOTE: there was a long line at the dumping station on Sunday check out. This park is a bit more pricey than some but we were right on the lake and a beautifully wooded site. There are also sites in the open if that is your preference. Premium sites have cement pads. None were available when we made reservations and our site was not level. The actual pad (gravel or cement) is narrow, but each site has *ample* room for fire ring, picnic table and tent(s). Most sites are 30 amp and the power was not sufficient for our big rig to handle all appliances but good enough to run one a/c at a time. Garbage is picked up directly from your site with staff making rounds many times throughout the day. This lake is busy in terms of watercraft. We camped at Lake Raystown Resort & Lodge in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 7
States Visited: 5
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Old Forge Camping Resort, Old Forge, New York

Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $25.00
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The overall ambiance of this park is truly Adirondack authentic. Every site is wooded, including those suited for larger RVs such as our 38' Class A. The sites were well maintained and raked prior to our arrival but many were not level. Admittedly, keeping sites natural AND level is a challenge. I prefer natural. The 'fire ring' is actually a ring of stones. If you are using the fire to cook you will need a self-supporting grate. The restrooms were clean and the shower facilities offered private dressing area for each. We camped here in early season and the price reflects the off-peak discount. Our experience also does not reflect the true picture of what it might be like during very busy times when the resources are fully taxed. The weather was very cool for a June weekend but a/c is not allowed. Again, it was not busy so we had no electrical outages. I'm guessing that's not a huge problem for most nights in the Adirondacks. We saw no bears on our trip. The cabins are the truly amazing and they are building more! Each looks like an authentic cabin and is situated nicely even though there are many in the park. VERY rustic feel to this campground. We did not camp with children so those types of amenities are of little importance to us. Staff was friendly and helpful. Will definitely camp here again. We camped at Old Forge Camping Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 7
States Visited: 5
Helpful Reviews: 0

Canyon Country Campground, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $36.00
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We visited when the campground was nearly empty, but were very impressed with this friendly, small campground. Unlike many reviewers who are looking for family activities, we gauge our experience based more on the "camping feel". We love wooded sites and this park has them. There are a few pull-through sites for our rig of 38' and even they are pretty, wooded sites. If you are looking for a busy, activity-filled place with many amenities, then this might not be the place for you. If you are looking for a beautiful, quiet place in the woods, walking distance to the rim of the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, and friendly staff, then this would be a great place to stay. We did not have occasion to use the bathroom/shower facilities so cannot comment. We camped at Canyon Country Campground in a Motorhome.

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