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$42 per night was for a level but narrow asphalt pad pull-though site with 50-amp electric, water, and sewer. Our site, #28 in the Camp Burson campground, did have a large tree on the street side that was close to the pad so it took a little maneuvering to get situated on the site so we could extend the slides and awning plus open the basement compartments. There are large trees throughout the campground and some sites are totally in the shade at all times. The site has a wooden picnic table and fire ring. Enter the campground at the campground office driveway, not the first driveway to the campground as that access is quite steep. It was pleasantly quiet during our stay, even over the weekend when many families arrived. The campground office was unmanned when we arrived but the campground host came by shortly after our arrival to give us our permits as well as information about the park including maps of the trails. The campground host, park manager, and a park volunteer were all friendly and helpful. There are many activities available, which you can find listed on their website as well as in the brochures they give you. The campground is about five miles outside Marion where most any amenity is available. AT&T and Verizon cell signals were low but usable. Staying in Camp Burson includes free Wi-Fi, which we did not use. We received six digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations.

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$18 per night was for a packed sand pull-though site with 30-amp electric and water. Our site, #B002 in the Rolling View campground, was shaded by large trees. The site had a composite picnic table and fire ring. The campground was built when large RVs were not being made and everyone camped in pop-ups or tents. No matter which way you enter the site, the approach is steep. If the picnic table was repositioned, you might be able to position a large RV on the spacious area so that it would be level. It was pleasantly quiet during our stay even over the weekend when many families arrived. The road through the campground is asphalt and wide. The park access was unmanned when we arrived but a park ranger came around later to check us in and advise of their policies, which include no alcohol. Our site was by a stream that really rushed after the several thunderstorms we had. There are many activities available, which you can find listed on their website. The campground is centrally between Durham and Raleigh where any amenity is available. AT&T and Verizon cell signals were low but usable. We received 21 digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations.

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$18 per night was for a level packed sand pull-though site with 30-amp electric and water. Our site, #15, was mostly shaded by large trees. The site had a wooden picnic table and fire ring. It was pleasantly quiet during our stay even over the weekend when many families arrived. The road through the campground is bumpy and winds through the trees but we made it to our site in our 40' motorhome towing a vehicle. The office, as it seems with most SC parks, is only open from 11 a.m. to noon. The Whip-poor-wills chant all through the night and the squirrels, butterflies, deer, and birds offer entertainment during the day. The campground host and park rangers were very friendly and helpful. There are many activities available, which you can find listed on their website. The campground is about 12 miles outside Dillon where most any amenity is available. AT&T and Verizon cell signal was low but usable. We received 37 digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations.

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$20 per night was for a "little tippy" packed sand pull-though site with 30-amp electric and water. Our site, #17, was shaded by large trees. The site had a wooden picnic table and fire ring. It was pleasantly quiet during our stay. The small facility, at only 35 acres, is well maintained and very attractive. The campground host was very friendly and helpful. There are many activities available, which you can find listed on their website. The campground is near I95 but we heard no traffic noise at our site. AT&T and Verizon cell service was acceptable. There is free Wi-Fi available at the office. We received 17 digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations.

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$20 per night was for a level packed sand pull-though site with 30-amp electric and water. Our site, #12, was completely shaded by large trees. The site had a wooden picnic table and fire ring on the "wrong" side. As stated in previous reviews, it's a bit challenging to drive over the bumpy, narrow, tree-lined campground roads in a 40' motorhome towing a vehicle but it can be done. It was pleasantly quiet during our stay. The facility is well maintained and very attractive. The campground host was very friendly and helpful as was the park ranger. There are many activities available, which you can find listed on their website. The nearby city of Aiken is gorgeous in the old downtown area and has every amenity available. AT&T cell service was nonexistent and Verizon service was acceptable. We received eight digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations.

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$30 per night was for a level packed sand pull-though site with 50-amp electric and water. Our site, #22, was completely shaded by large moss covered trees. The large site had a concrete picnic table and fire ring. It was pleasantly quiet during our stay, even over a weekend when families with children arrived. A Heritage Farm on site takes one back in history. There are four miles of hiking trails and 13 miles of equestrian trails. The facility is well maintained and very attractive. There are many activities available, which you can find listed on their website. The nearby town of Douglas has shopping if you need to pick up anything. AT&T and Verizon service was good. We received three digital over-the-air PBS TV stations and many radio stations.

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$36 per night (was the monthly rate, we stayed from mid-November until the beginning of April, usual nightly rate was $50-$65 depending on the site, they do have weekly and monthly rates and they do offer Good Sam and FMCA discounts on nightly rates) was for a level grass back-in site with full hookups. The site also had an asphalt/gravel parking area for our tow car and a concrete pad with a wooden picnic table. Our site, #28, was completely in the open, which was fine during our overwinter stay. The pull-through and some back-in sites were all concrete pads with a grassy strip between the sites. The facility is well maintained and very attractive. It's a 400-acre horse farm that had decided to add RV sites to encourage visitation. All employees we encountered were wonderful!. It was usually a very quiet campground during our stay. They do have equestrian events (free to attend) on many weekends where the campground fills up but it was never overly noisy. There are many amenities available, which you can find listed on their website. There is a carriage museum on site, which has many carriages from many different periods. The park is located near The Villages, which has every imaginable convenience or activity available within a short driving distance. The included Wi-Fi worked well. AT&T and Verizon service was great. We received 34 digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations.

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$19 per night (which included a $3/day transaction fee whether you book online or in person and a senior discount of $6/night) was for a mostly level packed sand site with 30-amp electric and water. Our site #97 had complete tree coverage, as did all of the sites in the J. C. Cooper campground loop at Satterwhite Point. There was a wooden picnic table and fire ring on the generous site. The facility as a whole is well maintained and very attractive. As stated above, there are trees throughout the campground so you have to be aware of them as you drive around; use caution. There were some very large units camping here so it is possible to get most any RV into the campground. All employees we encountered were friendly and helpful. It was a very quiet campground during our stay. Boating/fishing on the beautiful lake were the main activities for the campers. AT&T service was four bars of 4G LTE and Verizon service was three bars of 4G LTE. We used our Verizon jetpack to access the internet. We received 18 digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations.

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$59 per night was for a mostly level gravel site with full hookups. Our site #31 was surrounded by grass and treed at the back. There was a brick patio upon which were placed a wooden picnic table and steel table with springy chairs. There was a pedestal BBQ unit and a fire ring. The facility as a whole is well maintained and very attractive. All employees we encountered were friendly and helpful. This campground is located near to Washington and Baltimore so there are abundant sights to see and, of course, every amenity is available. AT&T service was five bars of 4G LTE and Verizon service was three bars of 4G LTE. Wi-Fi is included in the rate and it was always snappy during our stay. We received 69 digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations. Road noise was white noise for us.

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$60 per night was for a level concrete-all-around site with full hookups. There are only three full hookup sites (the first site is kept unoccupied to be used as a dump station); the remaining sites have water and electric. All sites are first come, first served. This parking lot (many hospital employees park here) campground is located about one mile from many of the Philadelphia medical facilities including the VA Medical Center and UPENN Hospitals. In addition, all the amenities are close by. It's not much for looks (there are trees along the border fence) but if you're looking for a convenient-to-everything-place to camp and you're going to be out all day, this is the perfect location. Free shuttles are offered to the hospitals and bus stops. The dispatchers, who are the go to people, were very helpful and full of information. AT&T and Verizon cell service were full bars of 4G LTE. We used our Verizon jetpack for internet access as the campground Wi-Fi didn't provide enough speed for our needs. We received 43 over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations.

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$13.50 per night (regularly $27 per night before Golden Age Passport discount) was for a level compacted gravel/dirt site boarded by timbers. We did have 50-amp electric service and there was water available a few sites away. The generous surrounding area was grass/dirt with a wooden picnic table, fire ring, and a large level compacted dirt/gravel area. The facility as a whole is well maintained and very attractive. All employees we encountered were friendly and helpful. The perimeter of the Point campground has been left to return to nature so there were many trees (which provide shade for most of the day), plants, and abundant wildlife. There are miles of well done/maintained hiking/biking trails. Boating/fishing is a main activity on the beautiful lake. The night sky is very dark so the stars are brilliant when they peek through the treetops. This campground is located about 12 miles from Huntingdon, which has all the amenities. AT&T service was three bars of 4G LTE and Verizon service was five bars of 4G LTE. We received four over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations.

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Be advised that the campground will be on a first come, first served system (and might even be closed altogether) starting June 1, 2015 for much needed repairs and upgrades. $20 per night (regularly $24 per night before senior citizen discount) was for a needed-leveling (6" on our right side) gravel/grass site. We did have 50-amp electric service and there was water available a few sites away. Be warned about the almost backward turn you will have to make to access the road to the campground if you come from the park office. We unhooked our tow vehicle in the park office parking lot and, even then, after pulling all the way to the right before attempting the left turn, we still had to back up once before completing the turn. The surrounding area was mowed grass with a wooden picnic table and fire ring. There were loads of trees in the campground providing shade for most of the day. The perimeter of the campground has been left to return to nature so there were loads of trees, plants (including milkweed for the monarch butterflies and other flowering plants for other butterflies) and abundant wildlife. The night sky is very dark so the stars are brilliant when they peek through the treetops. This campground is located miles from the nearest city so come prepared with supplies. AT&T service was two bars of 4G LTE using our booster and Verizon service was one bar of 1X. We received six over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations.

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$18 per night ($108 weekly rate for senior citizens) was for a level-concrete-runners with full hookups site. Be warned about the high water pressure! There are train tracks nearby but the trains come infrequently and did not annoy us at all during our week long stay. The surrounding area was tiny but grassy with a wooden picnic table. They did bring us an auto tire wheel so we could have a campfire. The campground was loaded with many permanent residents (all friendly) as well as plenty of huge Norway spruce around the perimeter, other trees throughout the campground, and many Canada geese and their goslings roaming about. The night sky is dark so the stars showed up when skies were clear. AT&T service was two bars of 4G LTE and Verizon service was five bars of 4G LTE. We received 13 over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations.

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$14 per night (the Golden Age Passport half price rate) was for a level concrete pad with full hookups site including cable TV. The surrounding area was grassy with a picnic table plus a second table on the concrete pad, fire ring, and pedestal BBQ unit. The campground was loaded with different types of trees and there were abundant types of wildlife about. The night sky was very dark so the stars are brilliant. This campground is located about 15 miles from Hazard, which has all the amenities. AT&T service was three bars of 4G LTE and Verizon service was two bars of 4G LTE. Cable TV is provided and we received 60+ analog stations and 140+ digital stations. We also received many radio stations.

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$29 per night (with senior discount and online transaction fee) was for a needed-some-leveling asphalt pad with full hookups site. The surrounding area is grassy with a picnic table on the asphalt pad and fire ring. The sites could be tight if the campground is full. Rigs that are 40' long take up most of the site with very little room for parking a second vehicle. During our stay, many of the campers parked their second vehicle on an adjacent site. The campground is loaded with different types of trees and there were abundant types of wildlife about. The night sky is very dark so the stars are brilliant. There are miles of multi-use trails, a campground store, a very nice marina, a lovely lodge with restaurant, and a golf course loaded with sand traps on the green rolling hills. This campground is located about 15 miles from Burkesville, which has the basics. If you wish to use the park Wi-Fi, you must pay an additional fee. AT&T service was three bars of 4G LTE and Verizon service was two bars of 4G LTE. We received eight over-the-air TV station (PBS and CW only) and many radio stations.