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This was our second one-night stay here in a little less than two years. The spacious pull-thru sites for short-stay RVers are nothing fancy--basically just a big gravel parking lot, but the staff is friendly, the price is right, and access to I-8 is easy. The hookups are good. WiFi is provided, but we were not able to connect during our one-night stay. The only recycling available on site is for aluminum cans. We would definitely stay here again if we needed an overnight stay during our travels.

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This was our first visit to this RV park. We gave it a try because of the stark racist image at the other major RV park in the Fort Stockton area (multiple Confederate flags flying at numerous sites throughout the park). Starting with the positives at Hilltop RV park, the staff was very friendly and the hookups were very good. Each site had a picnic table set up on pavers and WiFi was available. Unfortunately, the major negative of this park is that the entire park (sites and access roads) is situated on crushed gravel. We arrived on a rainy day, and it was a muddy mess. I would imagine that when it is dry, the park is alternatively very dusty. Also, our site was quite unlevel (front to back) and the front of our fifth wheel was nearly at ground level when we leveled up. There is no recycling available in the park. It is obvious that some effort has been made by the owners to construct a decent RV park, but (at the very least) the access roads in the park need to be paved and coarser gravel needs to be in place at the RV sites. Without these improvements, I doubt that we would consider staying here again.

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The nightly rate we paid was a monthly discount and does not include electricity (billed separately). We had not been to this RV resort for a couple of years, but our recollections of an excellent park were correct. We have lived in 36 states, as full timers over the past four years, and this is the BEST infrastructure park we have ever visited. The pull-thru sites are level and concrete (picnic table provided) and the access roads are also concrete. There are enough trees, but not too many and not too tall. The hookups are excellent. The water quality is good and the electrical grid is robust. For as large as this park is, and as hot as it was during our visit, voltage was maintained at 120V per line. The staff are friendly and helpful, the WiFi is very good and dependable, and there is a very nice swimming pool and hot tub. The only drawback to this park is that there is no recycling on site. That is the only thing that kept me from giving this park a "10". For a park this large and nice, recycling should be a priority. We would definitely stay here again if we were in the Houston area.

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This was our first visit to this RV park. It is a convenient stopover if you are traveling from Memphis to Houston. It is a fairly new RV park. Our site was a level, gravel pull-thru site. The access roads are concrete, the hookups are good, the staff are friendly, and the WiFi is pretty good by RV park standards. There is a nice swimming pool on the grounds. The sites are close together, but we were in an area of the park that was relatively vacant, so this was not an issue for us. The negatives for this RV park are that there are no picnic tables on the sites, there is no recycling, and the gravel sites make things a bit dusty. Also, voltage was a bit low, so we threw our circuit breaker twice because we were drawing a lot of amps. The positives outweigh the negatives, however, and we would definitely stay here again if we were passing through Texarkana.

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This was our second time staying here while in the Nashville area. It is a convenient location to the Nashville area. Our site was not very level (side to side) and I had to block all three axles on the driver's side to compensate for the drop off. Our gravel back-in site had its hookups located at the very rear of the site--requiring two sections of sewer hose and not being the most convenient. The access roads are paved, the staff are friendly and the WiFi is pretty good by RV park standards. There is a decent swimming pool near the office. There is no recycling on site and for an RV park this large, in this day and age, that is not acceptable. The daily rate, even with a military discount, is still a bit pricey but, overall, we would still probably stay here again if we were in the area.

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This was our first visit to this RV park, and our impressions were generally better than many of the past reviews we had read. We had a very long, level, concrete back-in site which was plenty spacious for our 43' fifth wheel plus our truck. Yes, the paved park access roads are a little hilly, but we had no problem maneuvering into our back in site. The staff was friendly, the grounds were nicely maintained, the hookups were good, there was a nice (albeit small) swimming pool, and the WiFi was pretty good (by RV park standards). Full recycling was available on site. The stinkbugs were a detraction, but that wasn't the fault of the RV park. The RV park was a little pricey (even with our military discount), but we would still likely stay here again if we were in the area.

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This was our first visit to this RV park, and we were pleasantly surprised. There are long level gravel back-in sites with paved access roads. The grounds are nicely maintained, the hookups and WiFi were very good, and the staff were very friendly. The RV park is close to Cumberland Falls (about a 25 minute drive). The only negatives that I would note is that there is no recycling on site and there were many stinkbugs around that tried to invade our fifth wheel. We would definitely come back here if we were in the area.

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This is a very nice, well maintained, family-friendly RV park. The sites and access roads are gravel and our site was pretty unlevel from side to side (I needed several blocks to level things up for the driver's side of our fifth wheel). With that being said, our hookups were excellent, we had a fire ring and picnic table, and there was a nice swimming pool on the grounds. The WiFi was fair to very good--fair during the weekend when the RV park was near capacity and very good when most everyone left on Monday. The only recycling on site was for aluminum cans. An RV park this large should provide more on site recycling. We would definitely come back if we were in the area.

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This RV park location has great potential, but significant infrastructure improvements would be necessary (sites leveling and surfacing, access road leveling, expansion of the sewer connection system, lots of tree trimming, etc.) to bring it into the modern RVing world. The first thing you notice, when you pull into the campground, is a big sign saying that the campground is for sale. Maybe someone will purchase and improve it. Our site was one of the few sites with full hookups. All of the full hookup sites are in the woods where satellite reception is not possible. They have some open field sites, for satellite access, but these sites do not have sewer hookups. Our site was not level (front to back). It was a gravel back-in site with just enough depth to fit our 43' fifth wheel. The access roads were gravel with quite a few potholes. The hookups were good and our site had a fire ring and picnic table. WiFi was actually pretty good, but it wasn't free, so we did not use it. There was full recycling on site. I would not label this as a big rig friendly RV park. In its present state, I sincerely doubt that we would visit here again.

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This is a large, family-oriented RV park. If you have a big rig and you want full hookups and satellite access, however, this probably isn't the best choice of parks. In order to have those amenities, we had to take one of the strangest sites I have ever encountered. It was a long pull-in (back-out) site with brushy trees which narrowed the width. After disconnecting our truck from our fifth wheel, I had to drive the truck through the RV park playground in order to get it back out onto the access road. Also, I had to do a bit of tree-trimming to ensure that we didn't scratch up our fifth wheel when we backed out to leave. Our site was a level, gravel/sand site with fire ring and picnic table with good hookups. The access roads were paved. There was a small heated swimming pool and a several nice play areas on attractive grounds. The WiFi was decent, but not extraordinary. Glass/plastic/aluminum recycling was available on site (no paper).

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The nightly rate reflects a weekly discount for staying at this RV park for five weeks. This is a nice RV park right across the bridge from Mount Desert Island and Acadia National Park. Our site was a level, gravel pull-thru site with good hook-ups and a fire ring. There aren't many trees in the main area of the RV park, but that does make it easy for satellite reception. There was a good sized heated pool but it did not always seem very clean. The WiFi was decent and usually functioning. The RV park is on the Acadia NP shuttle route which made it easy and inexpensive to access Bar Harbor and the National Park. The access roads, within the RV park, are gravel which makes for some pretty dusty conditions. Paving of those roads would greatly improve the experience of staying there. There is limited recycling available within the RV park (Maine redemption recyclables only) and it is difficult to find full recycling services in the Bar Harbor/Ellsworth area.

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This RV park is in a nicely maintained grassy, green setting with level, gravel pull-thru sites and gravel access roads. The hookups are very good and there is a nice swimming pool. It is convenient to I-95 and it was easy to maneuver within the park with our 43 foot fifth wheel. The WiFi was fair. The gravel access roads make for dusty conditions. This park would be a lot more desirable if the access roads were paved. There is recycling available, on site, with the exception of paper. We would likely stay here again if we were in the area.

     

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Bethpage Camp Resort

Urbanna, Virginia

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This RV park claims that it is "The Best RV Park in the Nation", but after our 3-day visit, I am still trying to figure out why. About half of the park is filled with park models which are occupied by returning summer tenants. Yes, it has a waterpark and seems very family friendly. Yes, the staff were very helpful and friendly. But, in my opinion, that is where the positives end. Almost all of the RV sites, outside of a few paved "supersites" are on grass (not gravel, but grass) and I am not a fan of that. We have a large fifth wheel, and we had no business on the grass. We tried pulling into one of the grass sites and got stuck in the mud. It took myself and a crew of five Bethpage staff about an hour of hard work to get us out. After that, I said that I had to have one of the "supersites". To the credit of the Bethpage staff, they put us into a "supersite" without charging us the extra cost typically required of these sites. Even if you get a "supersite", they are very tight--you are right on top of your neighbors. There are fire rings at the "supersites" but I wouldn't start a fire in one for fear of burning down my neighbor's RV. The hookups were good and the WiFi was good (although the RV section of the park was almost vacant, and I am not sure how good the WiFi would be in the peak of summer when the park is full). There is no recycling available on site, and for the huge size of this park this is unacceptable. Bethpage does not offer a military discount, and this does not reflect positively on ownership. We stayed during the offseason, so we only paid $47 per night, but I cannot imagine paying the high rates charged during the summer for RV accommodations that are way overpriced and overhyped. I seriously doubt that we would consider returning to Bethpage.

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This is the third one-night stay that we have made at this RV park in the past several years--all as stop-overs as we have headed north from Florida in the spring. It is a very convenient park for an overnight stay--just a mile off of I-95, but far enough away to avoid highway noise. The sites are level and gravel. The hookups are good, but the sewer input was at the far back of our site and required two hoses to reach it (about 25 feet). The numerous shade trees make the RV park beautiful, but it can make it difficult to get satellite reception in some of the pull-thru sites. The WiFi was sporadic and there is no recycling at the park. As I am not a fan of KOA parks, in general, so I am pleased that this park is no longer affiliated with KOA. From my perspective, it appears as though the entire RV park has been upgraded since leaving the KOA chain. We would definitely stay here again if we were traveling through the area.

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The nightly rate we paid reflects a weekly rate. This is an absolutely beautiful park with level, spacious concrete sites with grassy areas and picnic tables The access roads are asphalt. The hookups are very good with the exception that the sewer connections are not screw-in. The staff was very friendly and helpful. This park has a lot of rules, so if you don't like rules you might not feel comfortable. However, the rules are what keeps this park a top-of-the-line destination. The only negatives, that keep it from being a perfect RV park, are the facts that the WiFi was sporadic (decent to terrible, depending on the day and time) and that there was no recycling available on site. You can cart your recyclables to the St. Lucie County solid waste facility (about 10 minutes away), but a park this nice should provide recycling on site.