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This is a great park for visiting the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. It is located on the edge of town so it is quiet at night. The red line bus turns around in front of the park making use of public transportation very easy for seeing the sites. Our visit was not during the busy tourist season so our site was just fine, but it backed up to another site. Had they put someone in that site it would have made it very crowded. There are quite a few permanent rv's, but they are all very nice and neat. It is obvious that the seasonal "permanents" take pride in their sites. We will stay here again if we visit the area again.

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We stayed overnight while traveling. It was very easy access from I-75. We had a nice pull-thru site. The sites were decent size. The bathrooms and showers appeared clean. We did not use the shower because there is a fee. We did use the laundry, which was clean. There were only two washers and dryers which might be a problem during the height of the season as the park is decent size. This was a great overnight stop for us on our way to the Mackinaw City area.

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We stopped at this park overnight. We arrived after 3 pm, when the office was closed, but there were pay envelopes to fill out your information and pay with a check or cash. This is a beautiful city operated park. There are both pull thru and back in 30 or 50 amp sites. There is lots of grassy area between the sites and very large grassy common areas. The two bath houses we went into we're very clean. The only problem that we had was in choosing a site. The only map available was at the check in area, and sites are either 30 or 50 amp, so we had to rely on our memory of which ones were which. Also it wasn't immediately clear that the pull thrus shared utility hookups so pull thrus went both ways. It would have been easier had we arrived before 3 pm. But we would definitely stay here again!!

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We stayed at this park for two weeks because of a family wedding in the area. The sites are nice and large. Most of them appear to be quite level. There is lots of space between each site which is really nice but could present a problem for some because the hookups are generally in the middle of the area and quite a stretch. Bathrooms and laundry were clean. First drawback was the price. Their online rate sheet quotes $69/night, weekly rate quote is $485 (10% discount off the nightly rate). This is actually two dollars more than 69 x 7. I had to argue to get my 10% discount (it's simple math people!). I still paid more because of a holiday weekend, $900 for two weeks. At that price they expect their guests to pay for showers!!! They have the usual rules, never enforced the speed limit, but were adamant that my 70 year old mother not be allowed to park at our site but instead in the visiter's lot well away from any rv sites. The park is a gated park requiring a ten dollar deposit for a gate key. Office opens at 9 am, so we waited to leave till then to turn in our key. At 9:10 I called the after hour's cell number. The worker was rude and hung up on me. At 9:20 I called back when there were two of us waiting. She finally showed at 9:28 am. While the sites and park itself were very nice, we wouldn't stay here again because of the price and management /owners.

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We stayed here for five nights to explore the Philadelphia area. We had a pull thru site with FHUs. The sites were very narrow. I was thankful that our neighbor was not home while we were hooking up as I felt we were invading his space. The sites were some gravel and lots of sand. The bathrooms and showers were clean, but the showers were very substandard. There was no hot and cold knob, but instead a push button on about a one minute time limit. Then you had to push the button again. The water temp was preset at a lukewarm temperature. This might be expected in a park when you pay $15-20/night, but not for $44/night with a GS discount. While it was easy access to I-295, we would not stay here again.

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We stayed here for five nights to visit the DC area. Very nice park and the staff that we dealt with were very nice. Our biggest complaint would be the Ballroom. At check-in we were asked if we had a preference for site and all we requested was being near a bath house. We were placed in a site near the cafe, laundry, and Ballroom. Unbeknownst to us, they rent out the ballroom for parties. Two out of five nights that we were at the park there were parties with loud music going on. As I type this it is after 10 pm, which is quiet hours according to the park rules, but I hear loud music from the ongoing party. These were not parties for park guests, but instead a venue for outside guests. The noise and traffic were very annoying. So my advice to others would be to make sure you are NOT near the ballroom. Other than that it is a very nice park. Very convenient to drive to the College Park Metro station to park & ride. We would stay here again. We stayed in a back-in, but did notice that some pull thrus were very close together.

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This was an overnight stop for us. The park had lots of poor drainage areas with standing water. The walkways to the bathrooms were limestone and several areas were very muddy because of a lack of limestone. My husband had to stand in puddles of water to plug in the electric. I realize that the park management cannot control the weather, but for this price they should be spending time and money to fix the drainage issue and control the amounts of standing water and mud. The convenience to the interstate was great and the bathrooms were clean, but we would not stay here again because of the price to stay in a site with so much standing water.

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This was an overnight stop for us. Very easy access to I-85. We had a pull thru that was level and easy to get into. The showers and bathrooms were immaculate, as was the laundry room. Washing machines were $1.75, dryers were $1.50, and fully dried towels and jeans with one cycle. We would definitely stay here again!

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Easy access from I-10, and convenient for a one night stay. The bathrooms and showers were very clean and nice. Our complaints are how close some of the trees are to the very narrow drives through the park and how very unlevel most of the sites are. The sites are either gravel or sand, so with a little effort on their part they could be nice and level. Because of these issues, we felt that they were overpriced.

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Rate reflects PA discount. The roadways through the campground are not marked in any fashion. Some places it was hard to determine if you were on a roadway or a camping site. Many of the sites were very unlevel. Our site was considered a premium site because it had satellite TV, but the view to one side was of their work/junk area. Had we been paying the full rate for a premium site, we would have been extremely upset. The bathrooms were nice, but a pretty far walk from our site. We stayed here for 11 nights.

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Rate reflects PA rate. The campground is very close to Gettysburg National Military Park, almost within walking distance. The bathrooms were a bit dated, but there was a sign that they are in the process of updating them. They were clean, although we did not use the showers. Our site was somewhat level and the gravel drives were fine. My one complaint would be about the driveway into and out of the grounds. RV's checking in would block the entry drive and delivery trucks blocked the exit driveway most mornings. In fact, the morning that we left, we had to drive the wrong way through the entrance because of a delivery truck blocking the driveway. We would stay here again.