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Outstanding RV park! Paved roads, concrete, level pads, well maintained grass between sites, good amount of space between sites, bath/showers immaculate & modern, nice pool area with a tiki bar, boat launch & docks, playground for kids, dog run, & affordable for Passport America members at $180 for a week. Close to A Bay, Clayton, & Cape Vincent. Definite stop while exploring the Thousand Islands area and Canada.

     

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Liberty Harbor RV Park

Jersey City, New Jersey

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I refuse to base an evaluation on location. Yes, this is absolutely an outstanding location, all manner of public transportation is available. The staff is great, helpful. That's where it ends. This is a gravel parking lot, very tight spacing and not a lot of room for the toad. Lots of garbage scattered-cig butts, metal wires/hardware pieces, bottle caps, and general garbage like used paper towels. The only dump site is a hazmat site, tucked in a corner and has construction materials piled up around it. I watched an RV dump, then start to drive off but forgot to close his valve, dumping clumps of human waste, then use a hose to scatter the spill in the gravel. Bath/shower (men's) was perpetually dirty, one toilet continually ran for 3 days, the ceiling sheetrock is sagging/peeling, shower pans were loose. Driving a big rig with toad into the park is a stressful event, city streets are skinny, lots of construction, and cars park anywhere creating a maze to wind through. The site price is way out of line high, their laundry prices are outrageous ($3 wash, 2.50 dry), and they charge an exorbitant $20 for using their honey wagon. But, they are the only game in town. We will not return.

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Several of the other reviews are right on. Long, awkward driveway with a card key gate that is unnecessary. Lots of ants. The rate of $48 weekdays and $50 weekends is very much overpriced since you don't get FHU's (no sewer). Dump stations in park. They do honor discounts & even stack them, not common practice in their business. But the big knock on them, they are one of the scarce few parks who claim to charge for early check in. Particularly when their check in time is 1600 hrs. (4:00 pm). 5 years of full time RV life and we have encountered only a few parks who claim to charge the early fee, but never have we actually been charged even though we routinely arrive early. Not so, here. They meticulously tally up $2 per every hour you are early. What makes it all the more irritating, they were not even close to being full, looked to be about half full. This is more of a camping stop than something for full timers, and even then still overpriced, considering not all the restrooms were available for use, one was locked until they get more campers. Unless you are taking the family camping, I would not suggest this park. RV sites are bare gravel/dirt, become a sloppy muddy mess in the rain, and the whole park is under heavy tree cover. Satellite is useless, thankfully they have cable.

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The only knock here is the tight configuration of sites with no chance of privacy. Nice level, paved, FHU sites, toilets/showers clean and fairly modern. Right on the Indian River Inlet, nice beach access, beautiful view of the bridge, particularly at sunrise. Central location for Rehoboth Beach, Fenwick Isle/Ocean City.

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Thick trees in serious need of trimming. Interior roads very tight, sites paved but many unlevel, and dry camping only. 1 shower stall for men in all of D loop, and that needed cleaning. Never saw the camphost, maintenance crew drove around but never saw them get out and do anything. Rain created muddy mess, garbage strewn about and not addressed.

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Overpriced for what you get. FHU gravel sites, no features for adults such as trails to walk or bike, they do have kids playground. Thick trees, they are in serious need of trimming, our site had a large tree limb scraping the top of our MH. Campground is affiliated with Dutch Wonderland amusement park. Too thick for satellite, cable is spotty in bad weather. Propane available, as well as air dispenser, but that is useless for MH's that need over 100 PSI because it has a limit of 65 PSI. Traffic on Lincoln Hwy at the driveway is MISERABLE! Average park at best, not worth $55 per night, especially with no discounts offered.

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This is right in town and among the many battlefields. It is also a horse park. Staff very friendly and helpful, sites are gravel/grass and fairly level. We were in the back loop with FHU's and clear satellite sky. Clean park if you don't mind navigating the land mines left by the equine visitors. The only bad thing was we were hit our last night/day with big rain, caused a swampy mess at the site. Lots of on site family activities. Great place for your Gettysburg experience and can walk to the visitors center and park.

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Not a lot of choices in this area. This park is WAY overpriced at $45 per night. No activities here. The sites were level gravel with W/E only. Big rigs have "fun" trying to navigate the dump site through the trees. The only "facilities" here were a few portable toilets scattered about the park. The roads to the park are rough, steep, but navigable. The main driveway is dirt/gravel and a bit rough. My main gripe is their continued use of their website. It boasts a very large and modern gym on the premises, with pictures. There is no gym. The owner said someone "hacked/pirated" their website & posted the gym info with a link to redirect the user to the hackers. She said they were trying to steal her customers. Why she does not discontinue her site and start a new one is beyond me. But she now benefits from the bogus info as it would be a nice draw for customers to the campground. All fishy...

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A little off the beaten path, in the hills above Falconer. Very friendly staff and long termers. The showers & toilets are "rustic" but clean, no sewer but 1 dump site in park. They have some funky gray water system with busted up pvc pipes you just shove your drain pipe into. Must drain gray only, very slowly to avoid backup. And shortly after you see your gray water spreading across the gravel driveway. Site was gravel pull thru and level.

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This place has terrible interior roads, skinny with sharp 90 degree turns into muddy, gravel sites separated by muddy grass. Impossible to get a big rig into sites without driving over mushy, muddy, grass, I almost got my 40' MH stuck, rear wheels spinning and digging big ruts in the mud. Many utility posts appeared to have been hit by rigs and were leaning. Many sites looked way off level too. They offer propane but when I requested it, the staffer said the guy who does that was not available that day. Baths are dated, but were clean. Not much to do in Erie but visit Presque Isle State Park. We will not return.

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Good family camping park. Sites level gravel with patio and fire ring. Campground has pools, store, clean restrooms/showers, fishing pond, access to the petting zoo, playground, gift shops, restaurant with dinner-theater all next door at Cornwell's Turkeyville. FHU's and some sites pull through, others back-in.

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Sites spacious and level, 30A electric only. Nice path to Lake Erie, clean facilities, fishing ponds for the kids, would give it a 10 if it had FHU's.

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Very good for a few days stopover. Concrete, level (!) pads set in cul-de-sac with FHU's. Spacing is good with lush green grass. This is an FMCA members only site, there are 15 sites with another 8 overflow sites with electric only. No facilities and grass was kinda tall while we were there. The rate is misleading, first 2 nights are free, $20 per night for up to additional 5 nights.

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Beautiful, well maintained campground. Easy to navigate interior roads, sites are paved asphalt. Nice playground for kids, pool area (when weather dictates filling it), bathroom/showers clean. Good location relative to Lexington. Many sites are slanted/canted and finding level can be frustrating. No sewer hookups but 2 dump stations in park. Lots of trees, may affect satellite reception. The water in showers is not adjustable as to temperature, and between the heat & high pressure it felt like showering with a pressure washer. Garbage dumpsters are a good walk from many sites. Still, we would return here.

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A previous review is accurate: leveling is a quest. The family/staff are very pleasant & accommodating. Would stay here again. Sites are very close with sunny/open exposure. The site surface was gravel and featured a picnic table.