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This is a treasure of a Corp park. Located in Hemitage Tn 20 min from downtown Nashville. Located off a massive lake. I would say reserve months before you go in summer months. I did in winter to get premium site on the lake. Though other sites are available during the week but reserve on line. Its out of the way from residential and you have to weave some roads to get to it but roads are in great condition.

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This is a busy state park, you need to fill you water tanks and dump you waste tanks as most state parks offer. This is our 2nd time here and its shady and muddy in places as most state parks. The one thing to know is the park is on a mountain top and it a haul up a steep paved road to get to park then drive a couple miles in. Our motor home had no issue driving in towing out truck, but others need to be aware that its a good mile straight up. Ohiopyle with all the activities are down along the river back down the mountain. We love it here. Some of the best food and things to do here. We enjoy it. White water rafting at all levels.

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We were very happy with this campground. It had a very park like small feel. Price was great. 15 min ride to The Arc Encounter. Owners were very nice and it was clean. It was near a highway so you cant help but to hear it. But if your looking for a clean reasonable play to stay in this area here it is. Has pool but we did not use.Free wifi.

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This is a highway campground basically for those passing through that need a place to plug in for the night. Loud highway traffic constant and loud. Clean, nice pool, paved roads. We were put in what they call a premium pull through that was on gravel( 57 bucks for a gravel premium site) I have trouble paying this much per night but when you got to stop for the night you have to pay.

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It's a nice small RV park 2 miles from heart of town. Even with Good Sam discount we were charged $130.00 for 2 adults 2 nights. I have never paid this much just to plug in and use a pool. Yes it's clean and nice but come on. I found out 10 miles further away, there are real nice campgrounds, half that price. It pays to go to rv park reviews for now on to save.

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We loved this park as we find most National parks, A great value, spacious, clean restrooms and showers. Great trails and lakes. Nice private sites,

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This is a big park. Checking in it was not busy but the girl who helped looked like she could care less. All the roads are loose gravel and to get to the lake side is a rocky dirty road. There was little space to park by beach. The sites we tried were un-level and just driving to site my camper and car got dirtier then it did being on the roads for the 4 weeks prior to getting to this place. We left at crack of dawn. We camp and travel all over the USA mostly state and Fed parks. Its been a long time since I dislike a park, this was one I did not like. It has a weird atmosphere too.

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We spent 10 days from July 6 through 16th. Its a very big Campground which was formerly family owned and recently owned By Sun resorts a big campground company. The service was excellent and they do everything they can to help one out. After staying for 6 nights we had a neighbor come in next to us with 3 big dogs and it became a loud dog mess. I went to see if we could move and they accommodated us to another spot with no issue. We have a medium size dog but she is well mannered does not bark or intimidate neighbors. The walk in bathrooms were clean in new areas clean but old in older sections. Its very crowded but its a shore point. Roads are all paved and the grounds are blown clean and manicured. Little pricey but its a big shore area and were not surprised. We will return again here we liked the atmosphere of a lot of families enjoying the grounds. Has a clean swimming lake, pool, and seems always something's going on. If you have kids or don't we found it a enjoyable experience. We have camped all over the USA we normally go to State and National parks but this was fun and crowded, weekends very crowded, but close to the beaches and Cape May. Lots of Canadians go to Seashore in popups and hit the campground and are very nice to camp with. It does book fast for following season if you need full hookups. We could only get electric and water and we booked in March and they had a few sites open, so we were glad to get a site.

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This was a really nice family campground. The atmosphere here was very family and the staff was friendly. Yet some sites are close and some in a field need a little leveling required, but not to bad, Their was something about the campground that made it special. My kids enjoyed it as did we. It's not a 5 star high class campground, but everyone seemed to enjoy being here including us. Main roads are all paved in good shape, as well. The shuttle comes every 30 min for free and takes you to Bar Harbor or to the National Park Acadia, so you can park you camper and take buses all over the area for free. This was one of our favorite campgrounds on our Coastal Maine summer trip.

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We travel a lot of places across the USA and every once in awhile we are happy to find a campground that far passed our expectations. Shore Hills was a gem. Clean, nice paved roads, nice big private sites nice and level. They have a ocean fed lake at the back end of the campground that is so beautiful and natural. Just to sit and watch the day go by and the sunset was so nice every night. It's very clean and if your going to Boothbay Harbor, they even provide a campground shuttle they own and operate which was nice as well. They have a part of park for big rigs, as well. If we lived closer this would be a place we would visit often. Its that nice a park!

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We stayed here after viewing website and were a bit let down when we pulled in. It was a hot day the dingy office was not air conditioned and a bit dusty, the employees were nice but it just looked a bit run down for the price they charged. The roads were all dirt with loose rock pot holes and that's just the maybe 100 yards into the park I did not have to go past that to my site. I could not get level no matter how hard I tried.But as I looked around I was not the only unlevel camper. At 50 plus a nite just to park for the nite I was a bit annoyed. The bathroom we always check to see how they are. We both said rv showers tonight.The pool was ok, patched here and there but clean. At 830 am I was waken by chain saw by workmen getting fire wood, I thought your kidding me and he went at it for some time. Not many choices in this area to camp. Just feel its fair to ok at best. If I had to shower or use their bathrooms I may feel is less then fair but I did not use them.