VegasVagabonds

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Retired husband and wife with Aussie terrier and Jeep Rubicon toad. Long trips in the summer to escape the Vegas heat. Future plans include Canada, Alaska and the northern states.

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This is a large, very nice, open RV park. Easy entrance and check in. Wide paved streets. Sites are grass and there are some pull thru spots in the front section, although not many. The sites are spacious and easy to get in and out of. The back section is mostly seasonal and units are very well kept. WiFi is free for a one hour block per day and you will likely need to go hang out around the office to get a good signal. Anything over an hour you have to pay for. Satellite reception is good at the pull thru sites in front, hit or miss elsewhere in the park. Sites are level and utilities worked well. Lots to do for the kids. Restrooms were clean but in desperate need of an overhaul. Staff was very friendly.

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As you can tell by our score versus the overwhelmingly high marks, we had a very bad experience. If not for that, we would have scored it much higher. We have a 2013, 43 foot Winnebago Tour motorhome. We were in site #94. On exiting the RV park, the cable running across the road caught one of the wings of our fixed height roof antenna and snapped it off. Without going into a lot of details, suffice it to say that the manager was very rude, said it must be our fault, it's not their cable (Time Warner), is our motorhome DOT approved height, call the cable company, etc. Left totally frustrated. We also thought the Internet was terrible. We spent the entire week trying to get on and were rarely successful. When we asked staff to check on it, they gave us a toll free number to call. For $95 a night, we expected everything to be top grade and to have qualified staff on hand to handle problems. Everything the other reviews say is true. A beautiful RV park with more amenities than we have ever seen. A beautiful walking/bike path and lovely ponds. Restrooms were always clean. Sites were level and spacious but got muddy with the rain. They need to put down more gravel. Because of our bad experience and the fact that we use so few of the amenities, $95 is just way too much to spend and we would not come back here again.

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This is a very nice campground. A bit tight for our 43 foot motorhome but we had a nice pull thru up front. Staff was friendly enough but seemed too busy and unable to give us much attention. We had no cable service the first night and spend much of the next day trying to get staff to help/provide updates. The cable was restored but there were not many channels and the reception on most channels was very grainy. Very forested so no satellite. WiFi was very good. Many restrooms spread throughout the park but showers were all up front by the office. There were plenty of them as well. The showers were 25 cents for eight minutes and there were no controls so you couldn't adjust the temperature or turn off the water if you finished early. The hookups were fine and the sites in general were level and spacious. Lots of activities for the kids. About four miles from the interstate and the town of Saugerties.

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A wonderful RV park. Really well taken care of, lovely landscaped common areas and friendly staff. Easy access and large queuing area for check in. Sites are mostly pull thrus, long enough for rig and toad, and mostly level with gravel surface and grass in between sites. Satellite friendly. WiFi worked well. Restrooms on each end of park and always clean. Large grassy area to walk dog. Path leading to diner serving breakfast and lunch with 10% off coupon in RV park office. Small "outdoor" laundry. Lots of events like pizza and ice cream socials to bring folks together.

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This RV park is beautiful, very comfortable, well maintained and well run. Only complaints were not all sites have cable and management prohibits use of washers and dryers in your RV. Sites are nicely spaced, lots of grass, some shade but good satellite reception, lots of amenities but no pool. A mix of seasonal, park models, RV and tent sites. Restrooms are in middle of park and were always clean. The showers are free and the water is super hot. No easy access to restrooms from perimeter sites so you saw a lot of folks/kids cutting thru occupied sites. WiFi was really slow. Water and electric both good. Great location to explore southern Maine coast. Would stay here again.

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Very small and well run park. Very clean. Many of the sites are seasonal residents, kept up nicely. Sites are tight but manageable. All but one site are back in and can be a little tricky if park is crowded but manager is very helpful getting you parked. Grass, picnic table and fire ring. Small RV pad finished with hard packed gravel. Hookups worked fine. Great cable and pretty good WiFi available at the site. Showers cost a quarter per two minutes. Satellite available at many sites. Nice pool and game room. A mile to Salisbury Beach and easy access to Scenic Highway 1 and US 95.

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Really nice RV park. Has it all. We stayed up front, inside the gated area, because we were told that was our best chance for Wi-Fi. Worked out great for us. Staff was super friendly and helpful and office/ general store open until 9 PM. Restrooms by office very nice with all in one shower/toilet. Our site was paved and level with grass and nice spacing. Perfect location for day trip to Martha's Vineyard. Wonderful amenities with lake, pools, cafe and sports field.

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Very frustrating arrangement of sites. Some have sewer, others don't. You have to choose between 30 amp with cable or 50 amp without cable. Satellite unlikely at most sites. We could not get it. Most sites are dirt but some have pads, but they are small and except for one 30 amp site (292), only offered on 50 amp sites! We could not get both sets of jacks on the pad in our 43' motor home. There is WiFi, which works well, but it is not available at the sites, only at the general store and pavilion. Huge park, mostly seasonal/2nd homes that are very well kept. Main roads are paved but some of the side roads leading to sites are not and parking your RV is a little challenging. The check in area is really tight. You basically stop in the road, hop out, go to a small security booth to pay and get instructions, and hope no one else comes in behind you. Restrooms are very nice. 25 cents per five minutes for showers, which are huge. Great amenities for the kids and the grounds are kept up nicely. Lots of grassy areas. Staff was very friendly. Thursday dinner and Sunday breakfast offered at the pavilion. Check website for directions. GPS and Google did not offer the best route.

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Nice location about 3 miles from East Lyme with easy access on and off I 95. Plenty of space at registration area. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Roads are gravel and getting in and out of sites is easy. Sites are gravel, level and very spacious. Lots of shade trees but still able to get satellite. Had trouble with 50 amp service in site 34, which is also right next to restroom. Bad switch. Staff was very helpful and replaced with another, which also went bad. Decided to move to new site and it was fine. Cable was very good and WiFi for most part was awesome. Restrooms were very clean. Showers cost a quarter per 7 minutes. Nice creek, ponds and pool.

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Quiet park and very nice grounds. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Sites were located at top of a long somewhat steep hill. They actually ask you to go 20 mph so you have enough momentum to make it to top. The pull thru sites were long and level enough for rig but sloped off on the end. Gravel sites. Some trees but no landscaping and very little grass if at all between sites. Ours gave way a bit during rain and a couple jacks sunk about three inches. Utilities worked fine. WiFi was very good but had to log back on often. Cable was good. Restrooms were clean but found it strange they have glass screen doors so little privacy in the wash-up area of the restroom. Nice laundry room.

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The campground is huge, probably a mile from one end to the other. Majority are seasonal residents in park models and converted trailers. Very few sites suitable for big rigs. Very forested. A few sites had gravel but most, including ours, were native dirt/sand. Very messy. No satellite reception. Cable was good. Utilities were good. Can't recall about the WiFi. Restrooms were plentiful and very nice. Staff was friendly but not very knowledgeable. Laundry was nice but seemed expensive at $2.50 a load but must say we rarely use laundries so not sure. Lots for the kids with lake, huge pool, cafe and fishing ponds.

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You'll pay for electric as well as the daily charge, or at least we did for a week stay. Roads are paved, sites are gravel and pretty level. Sites are not well spaced. Some are very tight, others are better. Fire rings nice idea but in tight sites the fire ring is about two feet from slides of neighboring rig. We didn't appreciate the flames and smoke so close to our rig. We couldn't get satellite and it's really hit or miss depending on what site you're in. Our fire ring was full of corn cobs and cigarette butts and we needed to ask office to clean it out. Restrooms were clean but soap dispensers didn't work in men's room. Nice pond and fountain. Staff was friendly. Quiet for the most part, tucked way off residential road and over a mile from interstate. WiFi was really bad. Cable was good.

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If you go here knowing about no cable or wifi (although there was supposedly wifi at the country store), then it's a great park. Would highly recommend site 17, a back in site but a huge corner site next to lake and very level. Many sites were not level. Sites are spaced very nicely. Little shade. Beautiful lake. Lots of gnats but no Mosquitos. Restrooms very nice but long walk. Utilities and antennae reception were great. Roads are wide and majority of sites are back in. Great country store. Staff was friendly.

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A huge park in every respect, with even more cabins and a lodge under construction. A bit pricey but I guess you pay for the location and the park does have a lot to offer. Convenient for seeing D.C. but still quite a drive with all the traffic. Very friendly staff and very geared to providing a great D.C. experience. Lots of amenities including two pools, cafe, small exercise room, game room and miniature golf. Park is so large they have a tractor shuttle providing a ride to your site. Sites are level and gravel. The roads are paved. Utilities work well. Great cable and outstanding WiFi. Very clean restrooms. Only complaint is they turned our water off to fix a water line and didn't tell us. Gated access in and out of park. Access to park off the freeway is a bit congested and you need to pick your lanes carefully.

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Really not worth the price but not a lot of options in the middle of nowhere. Staff was very friendly and escort service to site helpful as layout a bit confusing. Roads and sites gravel. Sites somewhat level. Utilities good. Our pull through had an elevated, fenced patio with swing, above ground fire pit and BBQ. Restrooms were clean. Registration queue a bit tight.