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This is a small and well managed resort: lovely setting, lots of trees, spacious and level sites, well maintained, heated swimming pool, large and lovely playground, onsite restaurant (with good food) and a well-stocked pub, great staff, new and comfortable bathrooms. Lots of free stuff for kids of all ages: basketball (with different height hoops), horseshoes, shuffleboard, a pool table, etc. No cable and our Verizon cell phones did not work most of the time but the WiFi was almost always OK. Folks in the office are lovely and caring people. We loved the place and wish we had brought more family along. We will return!

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OK for those with a self-contained unit, would not stay there otherwise. Weeknight rate is PA of $17.50, Friday and Saturday rates are $35. Sites are lovely, heavily treed (careful with those slides) and very quiet at night. Most sites are spacious but some sites are eroded and need levelers. Other reviewers have commented on the bathrooms, nothing has changed. Washers and dryer are outside the bathrooms, under an overhang and exposed to the weather. One washer had a large spider web over the coin insert, the dryer was unplugged. No OTA channels but Verizon worked fine. Exit road had major rain ruts that would cause issues for many RV's. Hubby U-turned our Class A to exit out the "entrance" road. Really nice folks at the office but we probably won't be back.

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Well managed, impeccably clean, quiet and very comfortable campground. Sites are level, graveled, well drained, spacious and shaded. At least three separate bathhouses; all were well maintained and seemed to have been cleaned several times a day on the crowded 4th of July weekend. Heated swimming pool, lots of family activities and thoughtful touches for your comfort (one example, the walking trail thru the center-of-the-campground-forest is graveled and has red-ribbon markers at the eye-level of adults - and a 9 year olds - so everyone can confidently "find your way home". ) Wifi was EXCELLENT (which was good for us because our Verizon Hotspot was Maine-woods-bandwidth-challenged and timed out constantly.) Dozens of cable channels. Office personnel are well organized and will spoil you. They have a snack bar that has (among other things, including bacon-and-egg breakfasts) homemade chocolate-and-peanut butter, Whoopie/Moon pies that are bliss/bliss. Many of the seasonal sites are lovely with flowers. We spent 2 weeks there and just adored this KOA.

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Well maintained, clean, quiet campground. The majority of the sites are seasonal, beautifully landscaped and treed. Sites for transients are graveled, level, near bathrooms, with less shade and mostly pull-thrus. Bathrooms were immaculate; showers were coin-operated. No cable or OTA television. Wi-Fi did not reach to our site but our Verizon hot-spot worked fine. Laundry room was small but well equipped with four high efficiency washers and three dryers, one of which was larger commercial size. LOTS of children's activities, including one of the largest playgrounds I've seen in a campground this size - with soft sand for ground cover. Swimming pool was pristine. There is man-made swimming/fishing pond with a center aeration fountain surrounded by sandy beaches and some shade and seating.

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Well maintained, small, quiet campground behind a motel, on Rt. 9, on the outskirts of Lake George. This complex is a perfect place for family camping or family reunions: a budget-friendly mix of campsites, cabins, efficiency units and motel rooms. The Lake George Village Trolley stops here and the campground has its own entrance to the lovely Warren County Bike Trail. Campground roads are well graveled. Sites are on lush grass and level, most with tall trees and some shade. Most sites have a real stone fireplace for grilling/cool weather outdoor warmth. Only a few sites have sewer, but there is a dump site. Water pressure is good; bathrooms are clean; the showers are in separate, individual rooms. There is a pool. There is cable; Wi-Fi is available near the office. There is a laundry and a recreation hall with video games. The campground is well away from the Rt. 9 and we had no problem with road noise. We spent 6 nights there, had a wonderful time and will definitely stay there again whenever we are in the area.

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Philadelphia is a relatively easy commute (12 miles) away so this campground is a mix of summer residents and short timers (like us) who were visiting Philadelphia. As other reviewers wrote: this is a busy campground and is full most nights (spring thru fall) so call and make a reservation. The office (understandably) puts the tourists at the front of the campground and the summer residents are in wider, more heavily-treed sites at the back. We were in one of the front sites (#2) and it was far enough off the highway that traffic noise was not a problem. Front sites are level dirt and gravel, have a picnic table, concrete patio pad, good cable. There is a dog walk area, a small camp store, game room and a swimming pool, Brochure says there is free Wi-Fi near the office, otherwise you must purchase Wi-Fi from a provider. (We have a Verizon hot spot and it worked well.) We will stay here again when we are in the area. The laundry room has 3 washers and dryers. We thought the $2.75 to wash and $1.75 to dry expensive so we went into town - only to discover that there the price was $4.00 + to wash and about $2.00 to dry.

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Wonderful campground, excellent location. Located midway between Cape May (lovely, lovely) and Atlantic City (not so lovely), this campground has lots of shade, good management, and many summertime activities (swimming pool, game room, snack bar, bingo, etc.) for everyone. Sites are spacious with sand added to level the forest floor, so pads are needed under jacks. Many of the sites are leased for the season and all properties were well maintained. In the summer time there is also a farm stand nearby so you don't have to leave the campground. Trees lining the exit lane at the barrier arm from the campground need to be trimmed back; but, other than that, we had no complaints and will definitely stay there on our return trip.

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Expensive but excellent, full service resort with lots of amenities and a great location centered among D.C., Baltimore and Annapolis. Most of the sites are back-ins and not overly generous, but most are level and have some shade. They offer an excellent class on how to navigate the mass transit system in D.C. (which is clean, safe and excellent), as well as sell tickets for some of the tours in D.C. There is a mass transit bus stop at the park but we didn't use it: parking at the Cherry Hill Metro stop is $5.10 a day and (on weekends) parking is free. Excellent laundry facilities, well stocked store, dog runs, good Wi-Fi and cable and OTA television. We stayed there two weeks and still didn't get everywhere we had hoped to go but we had a great time! We paid more than we are used to paying but we got a lot for that money. We will definitely stay there again when we are in the area.

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Nice park, good price and convenient for the many attractions in area....especially the fishing! Sites are level, very near sea water so no trees and not a lot of grass surviving in the sand. No Wi-Fi but good signal on our Verizon cell phone. The turn off for the entrance is tricky; we missed the north entrance (before the bridge) but recovered in time to catch the south entrance (after we crossed the bridge). We will definitely stay there again when we are in the area.

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Great park with good people recovering wonderfully from a terrible tornado a year ago. We stay here every time we are in the area and were so pleased to see the owners are doing such an excellent job of rebuilding. The park has always been well managed, kept clean and well maintained. The tornado took out most of their trees so there is little-to-no shade if that is important to you. Even tho it is close to I-35, I've never had problem with road noise. There is a railroad line in the area (as is true of most of Oklahoma City) that sometimes bothers me enough that I use a sound machine at night.

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Really nice park, well maintained and convenient for the many attractions in area. Sites are level, some shaded, Wi-Fi worked well, good signal on our Verizon cell phone. Bathrooms and showers were clean. The entrance (which is thru the Dutch Wonderland amusement park) was being reworked when we were there and had two very tight turns for larger vehicles. Had we known how tight, we would have disconnected before we wound our way thru the (otherwise) empty amusement park parking lot. We will stay there again when we are in the area.

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We stayed at the Indian Brave Campground for four nights as we toured Pittsburgh. Major construction at the entrance and lack of signs makes the campground very difficult to FIND (we had to circle twice) but once we were in, we had a level site, good water pressure, and quiet neighbors. Our Verizon hot spot worked fine; we did not attempt to use park's Wi-Fi. We will stay there again when we are in that area.

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Well managed, beautiful and quiet campground. This campground is 10.6 miles off I-40 at exit 364 take ramp for TN-95 / US 321 to the SECOND Jackson Bend Rd. intersection turn right and go .5 mile to the park entrance. Good roads, good staff, level sites, nice views, quiet. We were high on the hill, great views, and beautiful site. We recommend and will stay there again.

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Beautiful park with many lovely stone structures in a gorgeous setting on the bluff that overlooks the merge of three rivers (Brazos, Paluxy and Squaw Creek). There is direct access to the river and fishing, boating/tubing/rafting. Miles of walking and biking trails, a swimming pool, rec hall with pool tables, TV area, kitchen and card games, and five washers and dryers ($1.25) in the laundry room. Playgrounds and a children's rec hall with activities, even in the winter. There is a beautiful dining room/ restaurant that could handle 300 plus for a private function. (Except for private functions, the restaurant is only open in the summer time.) They have large and small cabins for family reunions and weddings. Roads are paved. Sites are level grass/dirt and were in perfect condition when we were there, but my husband prefers gravel or concrete for when it rains. Most sites are spacious, have a picnic table and at least one mature pine or pecan tree that is very tall (not a lot of ground shade.) No cable but Wi-Fi signal is strong. This is a gated, private membership park (with some affiliation with Coast -to-Coast Resorts) that does allow some non-members when space allows. We received our invitation with our purchase of a motorhome and really enjoyed our visit. Our saleslady, Janna, was charming and efficient, gave us a wonderful tour, and answered all our questions. We did not purchase a membership because we are not full-timers and spend most of our RV time in the parts of New England and Canada where there are no member resorts. (They do have resorts in Canada and New England - just not where we have friends or relatives.) We met folks who were members and full time RVers who rotate thru the member parks, save money and schedule their favorite sites (and seasonal activities) months in advance. They mentioned they love the staff and activities at the different resorts.

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Lovely mountain farm and woods setting with horses and a fishing pond, this campground is home to Bluegrass Music Festivals on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends. Owners were friendly, did offer to help us park. We had a back-in site on a hill side that sloped and we didn't have enough blocks to fully level. We did not use the bathrooms or showers.