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Location, location, location. As with all real estate the most important aspect. This place in an ideal location for exploring one of Maine's more unspoiled peninsulas. I noted that almost everyone there had Maine license plates. Indicative, as usual, that the locals are the first to find the good places. The campground is only two years old and is still a work in progress. Site was level enough with only 30 amp electrical available. There is an adjacent typical unspoiled Maine beach, beautiful, rocky and very cold water. You can't find a more enthusiastic ownership complete with the attitude to do whatever it takes to satisfy. Nearby lobster pond was a great experience. We brought and enjoyed our own wine. We noticed the group next to us did it right. They brought wine, salad, napkins and table cloth. Great stay hope to someday come back.

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Previous posts are on point. Good location, large, level, shady sites with easy hookups. Cable worked well. Staff efficient and helpful. Wi-Fi only worked (work being a relative term) at office and wasn't worth the effort even though they provide a desk. Other posts grumbled about the interior roads. These grumbles were well deserved. I did manage with a 33 ft class A without difficulty. I would stay here again for the location and site benefits.

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Stopped here for an overnight while on the road. Had to pay a $16 upcharge because it was "bike week" even though it was the Sunday night. Needless to say I was perturbed by that since I had no interest in motorcycling. I was in a long pull-through site but could only use a portion that was level. Sewer hookup was such that I would have had to use an extension so I didn't dump till the next stop. Other connections were easy. Wi-Fi and cable were good. Nothing to make it avoidable, but I would try another park as $44 normal charge was excessive for this as an overnight stopover.

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I have a love-hate relationship with this park. Has everything. Marina, bar/restaurant overlooking the river, clubhouse and much more. If you get the right spot you're shady with some room. Lots of permanents and seasonals so getting one of those spots unlikely. We were out in short term area. Spots were so tight couldn't use the awning and slides had very little extra space. We could see the river, but only if you looked under or around the 5th wheelers blocking the view. No table or patio. If you are a beer drinker you have found nirvana. I was here on a weekend and at dusk the golf carts came out with one hand on the wheel and the other holding a brew. I checked out other parks and would still stay here again.

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To call this place an old rundown trailer park would not be fair. To say it's a quaint park reminiscent of days gone by would be an overstatement. The location is it selling point. Minutes from the docks yet in a quiet part of town. It's on the water and by the looks of it there are boat docks available. If you're planning a night or two in Tarpon Springs to do the tourist thing this is a good place so long as you keep your expectations to a minimum.

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Previous posts describe the campground well. I am a 33 foot class A motorhome. By my count only 8 sites are listed as adequate for rigs over 27 feet. When I made my reservation all those sites were taken. I looked at the map and reserved site 26 hoping it would be large enough. When I arrived the ranger commented on the size of my RV and questioned if it would fit. When I got to the site I had enough room for the motorhome and my toad with many, many feet to spare. Had I had access to the internet or cell service I would have walked the camp and pick sites large enough for those over 27 feet. The moral of my story is don't be afraid to pick site 26 or rolling the dice on one of the other sites that look large on the map. One note, many of the sites have the door on the wrong side of the site if you comply with the one-way direction of the interior roads. I defied the arrows and put my door facing the picnic table.

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Park is very well maintained with paved interior roads and grassy sites. Staff could not have been more helpful. I was parked in the back so the road noise from the adjacent 4 lane highway was not annoying. However, those sites next to the road have a different take on the situation. My water hookup was at ground level thus a pain, electric and sewer were fine. Cable consisted of 4 channels which is enough for me. Wi-Fi was almost nonexistent, so worse than none at all. I don’t have kids and I am in the area to explore, thus I’m gone early and return in time to cook dinner. Posh parks with lots of amenities are wasted on me. This place with its lower cost serves my purpose. If I’m ever back in the area I would try to find something better.

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Previous posts giving this place a 9 must have been made by the owner’s mother and grandmother. It’s nowhere close to being a 9. Gravel interior roads and grassy sites. Hookups are adequate. I checked them out and would not use the laundry or bath/shower. I don’t have kids and I am in the area to explore, thus I’m gone early and return in time to cook dinner. Posh parks with lots of amenities are wasted on me. This place with its lower cost serves my purpose. Staff is very helpful and Wi-Fi is good. Convenient to I-40 and Gatlinburg without being in the midst of the chaos. I would stay here again under the same circumstances.

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Nice park with very helpful host. Sites are extremely large for a commercial park and are billiard table flat and level. Pads are concrete with a patio extension. Paved interior roads with access from the highway very easy. Hookups are as good as they get. For the downside; this a converted pasture with sites lined up in an orderly fashion and if you’re lucky you get a small tree. Nearby road noise apparent but not all that annoying. I didn’t check out the laundry or bathhouse but based on the general maintenance and upkeep I’m sure they are much more than adequate. If in the area I will stay here again although I prefer more privacy and less order in my life.

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Park is nicely located, close to I-40 yet convenient to local interest such as Smoky Mountains, Cherokee, Blue Ridge Parkway, etc. Staff, laundry and bath house could not be better. Site size is adequate, but still compact as with most commercial parks. Hookups are good, but my motorhome’s sewer is in the rear and the site’s sewer was at midpoint. I had to move up (or use a hose extension) after a couple of days to dump. Sites and access roads are gravel with grass between sites. My main complaint is the sites are short and you have to park your tow vehicle or toad parallel to the road. This make the access roads narrow thus backing into or pulling out of your site can be challenging. I was parked in back by the creek and found no road or other annoying noises. In a nutshell, this was better than the others I saw in my travels around the area and I would certainly stay here again.

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What a gem of a place. Granted it’s not a diamond, but it is nice little sapphire. There are six gravel and level pull-thru sites with an ample grassy area between you and your neighbor. Three cabins are also available. The owners are on site and very pleasant and helpful. They take pride in the appearance and the place is as good as it could be. Wi-Fi is now throughout the park and I found it to be much better than most. Hookups are more than adequate. The sourpuss that made the previous post must have been nagged by his wife and didn’t have a dog to kick. Highway and road to the trash station do produce some noise, but I found it to be a minor annoyance that went away after dark. No cable and many trees so you have to do without TV. If you are a fly fisherman (I’m not) this area apparently is a mecca for that endeavor. If I’m ever back in this area I would love to stay again.

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If you travel with a dog, cat or goldfish this is not the place for you. They have a no pet policy. If you want cable TV find another park. If Wi-Fi is important make another selection. If AT&T phone service is important go somewhere else. If you want to be close to a Lake Tahoe waterfront then this is the place for you. There is a beach with a beach side snack bar with other amenities. Sites are roomy and nearly level. The hookups are as good as they get. Your site is an asphalt pad in a pine forest. Not much ground cover, just dirt, pine needles, and mulch. With the asphalt pad you don’t track it into your RV. It’s not a big park, but convenient and well maintained. Note showers are $2.00 for 4 minutes so bring plenty of deodorant or plan to swim a lot if you’re tenting. In summary, great place.

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From what I saw in my explorations this is by far the best in the area. Level gravel sites, many pull-throughs, with paved roads. Sites are close together but enough room to put out the awning and enjoy your picnic table. No trees or other buffer, thus there is no privacy. A little difficult to see from the road so be on the ball when getting close; look for the Mexican restaurant. Hookups are the best, easy to get to and very convenient. Bath and laundry are up to date and well kept, although I don’t know why you need code to unlock. Wi-Fi is better than most, the same goes for the cable.

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Mostly long-tern presidents, yet park is clean and well maintained. Location convenient to downtown and beaches. Gravel sites are level and mine was wide enough to park a toad on the side, but then cramped. Hookups accessible although shared with another site and location made them a little difficult. Nice heated pool and spa. Wi-Fi and cable were OK, but nothing to brag about. Laundry and bathrooms are clean and serviced. In summary, better than the other places I saw while exploring yet nothing remarkable.

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Good overnight park. Nothing to brag about but easy in and easy out. Sites are large, but no pull-thrus for larger rigs. My class A 33 footer with a toad didn't have to unhook. Roads and sites are gravel and level. Electric, water and sewer connections are convenient. Close to the interstate and a RR, but I did not find the noise level irritating. Host people were very cooperative and friendly. Unless you have satellite there is no TV. Wi-Fi was weak or less. In summary, you’re in the middle of a desert, so what do you expect.