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A large commercial campground with very new, modern facilities. Excellent roads, campsites, utilities, a little bit out of town in the farmland, but very nice. Pretty expensive, but absolutely no problems - we even had a covered porch swing, and a wrought iron outside dining table and chairs. A large community-room building holds games areas, library, dining facilities and large wrap-around porch for rally groups, church services, family reunions, etc. A very nice place to stay while visiting Montreal.

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An established, large, commercial park with many amenities. Over half are full-time or seasonal residents with landscaped and manicured lawn/patio/cabana/outdoor kitchen setups adjacent to top of the line coaches and huge 5th wheels. Swiming pool, dance hall, youth game area, well stocked store in the office, disco parties on Friday nights on the deck - this park has it all! It's a good place to stay and have access to Quebec City. Lots of activity, lots of entertainment, plan to be up for the disco until 11 pm for sure!

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Very nice small commercial campground just off the Trans Canadian Hwy and a few miles E of Edmundston. Quiet place with several seasonal campers; train line across the road caused little noise problem; camp recently bought by new owners (very nice folks) with good ideas about enhancing services.

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This big (200 spaces) national campground is laid out in fairly dense forest, with pretty tight spaces (couldn't extend our awning more than about 3') and adjacent to the white sand beach. Access to the beach is easy, as are the shower facilities; several good hike/bike trails throughout; fire hose stations set about the campground. Great place to stay while visiting all the Green Gables attractions and the St. Lawrence Gulf area. Free access in over the international peace bridge, about $15/axel to get back across!

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Very nice ocean side campground; full hookups; this waterfront site has gorgeous views of the bay and extreme tide height changes; small restaurant on site; owner is former chef; private boat dock; wide rocky beach.

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Large private campground, big-rig area on loop w/pretty tight spaces, all open with gravel spaces (mostly 'seasonal' folks); full hookups; tenters & smaller spaces in trees; optional lobster/clam dinner cooked on site every evening; small pool; recreation hall; large campfire & local entertainment most weekends; nice family spot.

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Small private campground north of Stowe; tight, grass places, shared water & electricity; sewer connection; river behind campground; access to Stowe, VT activities & scenery; SR 15 is a very bad road NE out of the campground.

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Large State park on site of former Navy & Air Force bases; big E campgrounds on gradual shores toward lake; water access; dump station; parade grounds for military history (and other) festivals;

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Very nice small park on fishing Lake; only 5 spaces w/full hookups, all on a pretty good slope down toward the road; many other E sites with different configurations and access to distributed water faucets; good flat hiking trails in park; lots of winter sports opportunities; lovely old mansion serves as a lodge; very nice restaurant; 18 hold golf course.

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Old state park with nice campground in slot canyon; nice small spring-fed creek behind site; lots of kids & families having fun on weekend; very hilly with much lake activity ( boating, skiing, fishing); very remote; moderate lodge with so-so restaurant; not a 'destination' for us again - ok stop for traveling through.

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Very nice state park next to National A. Lincoln memorial and Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial (Very nice); wooded campground w/ plenty of space; W & E, dump station.

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Nice woodlands campground; a lot like Montauk SP to the west - open, with many beautiful mature trees; W & E, dump station; standing water around for a while when rainy; old lodge with restaurant out-of-service; much deferred maintenance; some hiking trails; access to trout stream (spring & runoff fed); remote.

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We stayed in a nicely wooded site with a pretty level pad (1" block to get level), easy back-in access, full hookups, BBQ grill, and a cement pad for the table. This is AR's oldest park, sited on hills above small canyon with a small lake feeding river/falls; many hiking trails; scenic drives overlooking AR River; caves; and beautiful overlooks.

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What a gorgeous place to camp! Right in the middle of a spruce and pine forest, this is a very nice campground. Accommodating staff, close access to river, lake and hiking; a pleasant drive to Durango, we'd definitely come back to stay.

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This is a very nice camp with excellent spaces. Up on the side of the hill opposite the Arkansas River, it is remote enough to be quiet, with beautiful nights and peaceful days. The managers are wonderful to work with, and do a great job maintaining their campground. Excellent coffee bar; good emergency supplies selection; lot of help with local advice, attractions and things to see; we had a all around pleasant experience.