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Beautiful park. Gorgeous beaches, lots of walking trails, nice clean facilities and a store. The sites are gravel, level and kind of spare. Gnarly trees at some sites. But if you like the beach, this is a great place. We have Verizon and the cell phone signal was great. Also got great TV (35 channels, excellent reception) with an over the air antenna. Wish we could have stayed longer - it was a great place.

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Not many campgrounds in this part of the country that will accommodate a 40 foot motor coach. We felt lucky to have found this place. It is on a small lake, just south and east of Sudbury. There are a lot of seasonal campers or locals who stay year round but everyone seems very nice. The manager was very pleasant. It was hot (for Canada!) the day we stayed and there were a number of people enjoying the lake and boats. The campground is immediately adjacent to another RV park. Road signage is good.

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We stopped in this campground on our way to Sault Ste. Marie. It is located west of Renfrew and it is off the road and quiet. There are a lot of seasonal guests. We parked next to the office in a pull through space. It was grass and level but not very wide. The park has a number of activities (pond, mini golf course, driving range, playground) and lots of open space in the front. Managers were very nice and helpful. Good spot to stop if you are traveling in a large coach. We did not unhitch. We did not drive through the main part of the campground. Some of the driving space seemed a little tight.

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Very nice, large full service park. Sites are gravel and level. Full hook-ups and sewer. There was some road noise but we really didn't notice it. Some seasonal guests but their RVs are neat and well maintained. I used the laundry and it was very clean. French is the principal language but we managed to communicate well enough. It is a very convenient location off Highway 20 and close (a few miles) from the ferry to old Quebec.

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This is a lovely park and it appears that many or most of the campers are seasonal. They have a miniature golf course, heated swimming pool, tennis courts, shuffleboard, general store, and much more. We were impressed. Like other transient campers we were parked in the open at the top of the hill near the swimming pool. It site was okay but not nearly as nice as other locations. Wonderful trails for walking. It was a very pleasant stay.

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There are not many campground choices for a 40 foot motorhome in the Burlington area. We stayed here two nights and it was very convenient for us. However, the park was not very well maintained and is located back behind a rundown motel and cabins. The space was tight. But it was all we needed and we were happy to have found a spot. There are a number of seasonal campers.

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This is a beautiful, large park located about 1/2 mile past the hotel and casino. It is on the west side of the road. We had trouble finding it because we thought that the RV park was part of the hotel casino property and it is not. So we wasted time driving around the complex before we figured out that it was down the road!!! The park is very nice. Lots of trees, lawns, a nice pool, several ponds. It is very well maintained. We arrived after a big rain and some of the walking trails were under water and not usable. Otherwise, we had no complaints.

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This is a beautiful, large RV park. Lots of seasonal guests with beautifully maintained lots and spaces. The park seems to have many families with children, dogs and activities. There is not much to do here except visit the neighbors and enjoy the location and events. It really is lovely place and very pleasant to walk through. We stopped here over the Memorial Day weekend and were extremely lucky to get a spot - thanks to a late cancellation. Everyone here is friendly and the park owners get rave reviews from the campers - many of whom have been coming here for years and are booked for next year.

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Very nice campground run by the city of Erie. Bathhouse and restrooms were new and very nice. Hookups were new. No sewer. They have a laundry. The campground is adjacent to a public marina. The campground is surrounded by a chain link fence and the gate is locked at night. Very close to town. Our site was double booked over the holiday so we had to leave earlier than we expected. But the ranger was incredibly nice and we managed to find another location so it was not a problem for us. Normally, the place is very busy - not surprising. Great spot for fishing.

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This is a city park near Columbus. The park is large with baseball fields, a swimming pool, pavilions, walking trail, and playgrounds. The sites are not very well marked and they are on grass. We were there when it was dry so that was not a problem. But I would not want to park there in the rain. Some of the sites showed that campers got bogged down in wet weather. However, the park was beautiful and very well maintained. Lots of green grass and fabulous old trees. The nature trail is a lovely 1/2 mile walk. Very close to the small town. There is a small office but the attendant is mostly available by phone. She was very responsive to us when we called her on her cell phone - which is posted at the office.

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Nice park. Lots of seasonal campers and a few spots on the hill for overnighters. Most of the campground is shaded but the spaces for travelers are in the sun. Sites are clean and level. Easy in and out. The restrooms are old but were very clean.

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Beautiful RV park located on the White River in Flippin, right off Highway 62 at the west end of the bridge. The sites are gravel and level. The grounds and facilities are very well maintained and the owners, Terry and Marilyn, are just lovely people. You can fish from the river bank or just relax and watch the world go by. There are a couple of permanent residents but most campers are fishermen or just passing through. We did not have a site with a dump, but there is a dump available.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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Very nice RV park in the lovely little town of Kanab. The sites are mostly back in but level and shaded. Very close to town. The manager was very nice and very helpful. Park is well maintained and convenient.

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Nice park located about 13 miles from Zion National Park. Family friendly. Nice pool and hot tub. Very clean and well maintained. Our site was nice, shaded, not very level but manageable with some boards under the levelers. My biggest complaint was poor cell phone service and WiFi. We (barely) had one bar with Verizon. Our hot spot was equally bad. You could go to the game room for signal boost but it was loud and not convenient. And it seemed like a long drive to Zion or the restaurants in Rockdale and Springdale but it is only 13 miles.

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Nice park on the edge of town. Very convenient for shopping, Lake Powell activities, the Hayden Dam and other sites of interest. Easy to find. The gravel sites are large and not very level. But everything worked great, including cable TV.