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We were there for a rally. Owner and all employees went out of their way to accommodate and make sure we needed nothing. The sites are all gravel with plenty of room, both the electric pedestal and water are a bit inconvenient. They are both too low and the water is protected by a cute wooden box. The problem with the box is the hinge doesn't allow the door to open and is difficult to connect. Power, water pressure, cable and wifi were good. It is close to town and many restaurant choices. We would stay there again.

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This is a great campground regardless of the reason you are staying there. Power, water, sewer, roads, wifi, tv all good and we can't enough about the staff. We would and are going back. The sound of the clopping horses lull you to sleep every night!

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We arrived on a Sunday, the office was closed but reservations were left in the registration box. Maps were included but the print is so small, it's difficult to read. A bystander offered help, pointed us in the general direction. The sites are very tight, short and not well marked off. Water pressure and electric were good. The entrance is along a high volume traffic road and difficult to get in and out of at times, especially with a RV. Not sure we would stay here again. Lots of permanents and the park was apparently created before long RV's came along, consequently no place to park toads or towing vehicles.

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We have stayed at this campground previously with no problem but this time we were assigned a spot near the front, almost impossible to back in. Good campers on either side moved their vehicles to allow us to park. Where the trailer (any other rv) parks is sugar sand. We had to put blocking under tires in one side and it sunk into the sand. Water connection is very low to the ground, making it impossible to attach a pressure regulator. The site was near the highway, making traffic noise noticible. Long term seasonal campers are visible. Campground management should monitor to make sure the campground stays neat and not cluttered as it seemed to be when we were there.

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Hottest month but lots of shade. All utilities, electric, water, sewer, and cable worked great. Excellent water pressure. Wi-Fi works fine with a laptop from your site but if you have a tablet, special instructions are needed. Owners are fantastic and care about their campers and show it. One of their ways of showing appreciation is the still warm from the oven cookies, delivered to our site. Yum! We had not been here in a while and many, nice improvements have been made. We will go back.

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Great park! Even though it is right off the interstate, noise is barely noticeable. Sites are big, lots of trees, good electric, water ,and cable. Breakfast of waffles or pancakes everyday but it's bring your own bacon/sausage! Coffee and juice are provided. There appears to be many permanents but they are all in the back and you don't notice them. We would and will stay here again.

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There is NO shade at this campground unless you count the 3 sites at a pavilion. The electric fluctuates, the water pressure comes and goes, no cable or Wi-Fi. We were on a site where your electric and water is shared with the adjoining site. Once slides are open, you can barely see between RVs. The pool is very nice and was used. They could have something going since they are so close to downtown Savannah but do not at this point. We have no plans to return here.

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This campground is beautiful. The site was level, power and water pressure was good. Lots of room between sites and lots of shade. Sites are grass with gravel area for parking. Staff friendly and helpful. The campground is right across the road from the "diamond" mine, but a little out from town. Wi-Fi was only adequate.

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This is a very small, exceptional campground. Starting with the above and beyond staff. You are made to feel very welcome. The sites are far enough apart so you have space, but not a lot. Power, water and sewer were all good and the location was near the beach for those wishing to go. This campground had the best Wi-Fi we have had in 2 1/2 months of any campground! We would stay here and recommend it to everyone.

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The is a small really nice campground. All grass sites. Not real level, but workable. Good power, water and campground staff. Used the laundry which was small (2 each), but was clean and reasonable costs. Was our first stop back in the states to buy fuel, groceries and rest for a couple days. Wi-Fi not great, but most campgrounds aren't good.

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Sites are a little tight. There were not many campers when we were there, but some sites, including ours would have been difficult to maneuver if they were full. All grass sites with good power and water. Convenient to seeing PEI.

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We agreed to a 30 amp site as it had full, convenient hookups or so we thought. The voltage went up and down at times, water pressure was good but taste like iron. The sewer connection was almost unworkable. It was about a foot off the ground. The camper next to us had their sewer hose inserted in to a PVC pipe with an opening on top for our site. The site was unlevel so between the blocks to make our fifth wheel level and blocks to hook up the sewer, we used all we had. The roads are narrow and rough. There are many permanents, some showing it. All that being said, the staff was extremely accommodating and friendly and this campground is a great place to park while you sight-see or before you take the ferry to PEI. We would stay there again and recommend it to others with qualifiers.

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Great central location for sightseeing. Check-in was quick and we were allowed to choose our site which was different. We were able to pick what worked for us. Power and water pressure was good although the water has an iron flavor. Cable was wires running down the length of the area where we were but worked. WiFi was great. We would stay here again and recommend it to others.

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This campground has everything needed except room to get your trailer or motor home maneuvered into the site. Once you're there, there is room for your slide or your awning with foliage buffers on either side. Water pressure and electric were both good. Being as close to Halifax, for the money, they should provide cable. While there is wi-fi, at times it was slow, probably needing more bandwidth for the number of people in a campground of that size using the Internet. The laundry we used was old but functional, although it could have used a good cleaning. They were doing that as we were leaving. Grocery, drugs, and liquor stores are very convenient, and while you have to drive to sightsee, the location was great. We would stay there again if we were in the area.

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The friendly staff is about the only plus at this campground. The site we were on was between two permanents, gravel with unmowed grass and just wide enough for the fifth wheel, with sloping sides on the pad. Mosquitoes were awful. Water, electric, and sewer were fine. While there are quiet hours, the "regulars" pay no heed. There were fires and voices well past 1AM one night. The next day, there were kids running rampant through the park, talking loudly until well after midnight. Heard a parent screaming at his...not to come home or be quiet but to not hit each other! This is the only campground close to Yarmouth. Grocery, liquor, and drug stores are nearby and convenient but not sure we would stay here or recommend this campground to anyone, at least without advising about lax rule following.