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We have stayed at Great Meadow several times over the past few years. It is conveniently located near I-93 in Concord, the state capital which is centrally located for the entire state. The sites are fairly spacious and level and full hook-up. Due to the trees and the topography we were unable to use our satellite or OTA antenna and had to get a cable box to be able to watch TV (additional $10.00 deposit). It is not a direct connect from the pedestal to the RV connection. You must go through the cable box. They have a gated entrance which requires a card to enter ($25.00 deposit). We have stayed at over 250 campgrounds and have never had to give a deposit for a cable box or gate card. They also charge and additional $5.00 for day visitors. The clerk told me this was for the many amenities they have. I checked the laundry although I did not use it, and it was very clean. The pool had closed for the season (understandable). They did have a free breakfast and community campfire while during our stay and do have other activities like outdoor movies, dancing, playground and horseshoe pits. While we were there the office was rarely open and we had to call someone to the office both to check in and to drop off the cable box and gate card to get our deposits back when we checked out. We will probably stay here again due to the convenient location.

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This is a older National Forest Service Park. There are 29 sites, 3 across from the beach. There is a boat ramp and two beaches. Although there are no "hook-ups", there is water available at various spots throughout the campground. There are 4 vault toilets and two flush toilets, one in the center of the campground and the second in the beach/day use area. The campsites are large, mostly wooded, and private. There are a number of sites that have full sun, some with partial shade and some full shade. Each site had an asphalt pad, picnic table and fire ring. The grounds have been neglected for several years which is why I gave an "8" rating but there is a new Campground Director who is working on improving all of the campgrounds/recreation sites in the district. I would expect lots of maintenance to be done this fall and next spring. The sites are clean as are the vaults and restrooms.

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This is a nice family park. There is a lot for a family to do although there is an extra charge for some of the activities. The pads are very level. The staff is constantly cleaning up and picking up trash bags at the sites. They have several sites that are connected for several RVs camping together to share a covered patio area which were nice. Although we did not use them, the restrooms and showers were spotless. I would highly recommend this campground especially for family groups.

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This park is very nice. Although they do not have on site sewer there is a large dump station. The sites are very spacious and all pull through. There are no activities in the park other than watching the horses that are in the paddocks but it is conveniently located for sightseeing. The park was extremely quiet the two days that we were there. I highly recommend this park especially as a one or two night stop over.

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We did not stay at this campground. We made our reservation while on the road. It is several miles off I-10 on a very narrow winding road. The entrance to the campground and the roads within the campground are very narrow. There were many old, dilapidated RVs in the park. There were also many dogs running loose. We were told our site was full hook-up on a pad. The pad turned out to be grass and was not large enough for our 44' motor home. We were offered another site but were not able to get into them either. We were given a full refund. The family that owns the campground were very nice and tried to be accommodating but the state of the campground and facilities were very poor. I would not recommend this campground.