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This is a beautiful campground with open or wooded sites. It has great activities and access to the Bay. The grounds were immaculately groomed, and the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. This campground is in close proximity to Chincoteague and Assateague Islands. Sites were spacious and level. They have paved pull-throughs and sites right on the bay. The only reason we didn't rate it a 10 was when it rained heavily the exit road was a lake until the next morning. Would highly recommend Tall Pines and definitely would stay here again.

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We chose this campground for its central location to Atlantic City and Philadelphia. It has many activities including 2 pools and a lakefront beach. It is basically a swim club for locals. The RV sites are in heavily wooded, sandy areas that are not level. We used every board we had under back tires and jacks to try to level motorhome. Even then, we sunk into the soft sand. The trees were so close together at the front of our pull-through site that we had to back up to leave. There are many permanent RVs, and it appears the campground has made few upgrades to their sites. The owners seem to be strict with some rules and don't enforce others. A guest coming to your site is charged $10. A Rottweiller near us barked constantly for 2 days. With so many children here, we were surprised they allowed Rottweillers and also Pitbulls. On weekends be prepared for music booming from the pavilion. Also groups of teenagers war roaming the campground after midnight. Quiet hours definitely weren't observed or enforced. We would encourage anyone with a large motorhome to NOT stay here. In addition to the problems with our site already mentioned, interior roads were narrow and turns tight. We would NOT come back here.

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This is one of the nicest KOAs we have stayed in. Beautiful campground with landscaping and great facilities. Staff were so friendly. A number of pull-through sites that are long and wide. Sites are level and many have satellite access. Easy on-off from the nearby interstates. We would definitely return.

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This campground is very tight with the majority of pull-through sites being side by side hook-ups. You can reach out and touch the slide of the people next to you. Some of the staff were very unfriendly. Gravel sites were not level and not packed down. We sunk significantly. We had to back out of our pull-through site because it was so tight. We definitely would not stay here again.

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This was a "do-able" campground. Small campground with mainly seasonal residents. Only 3-4 sites were accessible for motorhomes. Lots of standing water in sites and roads when it rains. Close to downtown Freeport and easy on-off from interstate. Owners very helpful and friendly. We would stay here again.

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Very pricey campground, but the "only game in town" if you want to be in a decent RV park and close to Falmouth. Sites are gravel or premium ones that are paved, level, but close together. Lots of trees and roads; some areas are very tight. Our biggest complaint was with the staff who were very abrupt and some very rude. With all the traffic in Cape Cod, we won't be returning to this area.

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Very nice campground with long, gravel pull-through sites. Very close to Cooperstown and Dream Park. Very friendly staff and owners who went out of their way to be helpful. Be sure not to use GPS and follow the directions to campground provided by web site. We would stay here again.

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Nice campground that is close to battlefield. Camped here in a large RV and would recommend the long pull-through sites on the hill for big rigs. These sites were gravel and fairly level and they had satellite access. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Looking at the other campgrounds in the area, this one was the best by far.

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This is a great campground with easy access to I-80 and I-77. Sites are wide and long with the majority being pull-throughs. Satellite was accessible on sites in northern area and on the western side of southern area rows. Staff was very friendly.

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This campground is basically permanent residents. The interior roads and sites are narrow, and when it rains very muddy. The long pull-through we were in was doable for one night, even though we were right on top of the trailer next to us. We thought the price was outrageous.

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A beautiful, well-kept campground. We had a medical emergency and spent 3 1/2 weeks here. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Located right on the Erie Canal, there is a great bike trail going the length of the canal. One of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed in that has excellent gravel interior roads and sites. We highly recommend Red Rock Ponds.

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This is a beautiful campground with easy access to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Staff was very friendly and helpful with sightseeing suggestions and tips. The big motorhome sites are extremely long pull throughs. We would have rated this campground a 10 if the site was more level and paved.

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This was undoubtedly the worst campground we have ever stayed in. There have not been any improvements here for decades. The picture on their website is totally deceiving. The majority of the pull-through sites were under water. We found a site that was doable, but when we left the motorhome we were attacked by swarms of bugs. A thoroughly awful experience!

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This is the worst campground I have ever stayed at. There have been no improvements for years. When we arrived, we were told to pick a site. The majority of the grass pull-through sites were under water. The campground is located on a lake, and whenever we left the motorhome, we were attacked by swarms of bugs. We stayed here 1 night and do not recommend this campground to anyone.

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We stayed on an oceanfront site that was wonderful. The view is great. We would have rated this campground a 10 if it had 50 amp service and single utilities on the water. The oceanfront sites only have shared utilities, and when a fifth-wheel pulled next to us you could touch their slides.