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Very well thought out campground. I would give it a 10, but we had one of three sites (out of many) without a section of gravel under the picnic table. The grass was very thin, needless to say we had a muddy mess most of our stay. I mentioned this at exit, they just smiled, when I expected a park like this one to ask which site and to say it would be fixed. We would stay there again in a heartbeat, but we would make sure to get a pull through, which were lovely and spacious. Book ahead, as they are booked with weekend campers so it is difficult to stay for a whole week if you would like a weekend included in that stay too. Empty sites all over until the weekend came.

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Large campground on the Little Salmon River. Great, very shallow river for kids to play in. Lots of kids activities. Only about 16 with full hookups. Other sites with water and electricity and some with water only. Owner was very nice and cut some branches down so our MH would best fit. Large space. Voltage dropped to 108 volts occasionally. We just needed a couple nights and would not normally pick a park oriented toward kids, but it was a nice stay. The park was pretty full too.

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Cons: Had the lawns (really mostly dead grass, weeds and dirt) been green between sites, as shown in photos, we would have given it a 10. They had not had rain in three weeks, and there was no irrigation in place. It would have been nicer, at this price, if someone already had a picnic table at our site instead of having to drag one over. Some of the $100 sites RIGHT on the water are worth $100, but I feel $70 was steep for our site. That is, $60 and a $10 per day charge for 50 amp service. $5 a day for 30 amp service. I have never ran into that before. Pros: Boat launch is right there and trailer storage is there too. Very clean. Majority of sites had a paver patio, ours did not. Majority of sites were very spacious. We did have a tiny view of the river. Pool and Tiki Bar is a nice touch. Couch swings on the water's edge was a nice touch. Overall it really is a nice CG, but the yellow lawn areas were just not expected and at 93 degrees, dry yellow lawn areas put a damper on our thinking about this park, at this price.

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Pool, huge playground, great store, mini golf, river view, river swimming upstream, rec hall. Spacing is close. Wifi was inconsistent. Nice staff. Well ran park. Separate fire pit area on many sites. 10 miles from the city of Lake Placid which was nice, so the area was not quite so busy. $2 one time dog charge, but in all fairness, they do maintain a pretty long, nicely wooded dog walk through the park. Kids would especially enjoy it here.

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It is an "ok" park for one night. Branches drug across our MH and really should be cut. They were very low. All grass sites. We had no sewer. Wifi was NOT free. Showers were free. Only one exit/entrance and not wide enough for another car to pass. That is bothersome to us considering it is very woodsy here. Careful how your GPS brings you in. "Waze" brought us up a steep,short, sharp turn at a RR track. The hitch hit the ground there and I'm not sure how we even did it without more damage. I'm not sure I would stay again.

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This is an RV park inside a GORGEOUS, huge city park with paths and lakes, etc.. Well groomed City Park. I believe the office is run by volunteers. It is a gravel lot surrounded by lush trees. The RV park was pretty full most of the time. It is nothing special, but very adequate for a stay to see Saint John. Lilly's is a non profit restaurant inside the park too. It's a 5 minute walk from the RV park. Kids under 10 eat free on Sunday with purchase of two entrees, at least when we were there, but it looks like a permanent time on the menu. It is worth a stay.

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Park is divided in half. When you enter you will come through the first half of the park that is full time mobiles. Nicely done by many. Second half is vacationers and nightly rigs. Our site is very long and wide. Hard gravel sites. Water and electric are at rear of site, but not a problem. Sewer is on side of site as normal. Lawn in between sites. Fair Wifi. Heated salt water pool. Great staff. It was a place to sleep while exploring and would stay again.

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Sites were very rocky although we leveled easily. But sitting chairs down was almost impossible and the table was at a downhill slant. Some open spots. Most with shrubbery in between. Ours privacy was so good, we were a bit claustrophobic. We did not use restrooms, but went to look. Not so clean. We would stay again, just be picky about which spot you have. It was a nicely rustic campground.

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Rate reflects Canadian dollars. Very nice spacious corner site. Good Wifi. All grass sites. Hopewell rocks are about 45 away.

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Green rolling hills. Views of the St. John's River. Poor Wifi. Gravel sites. Heated pool. No frills, Just a small lovely, lovely, clean park. I would have rated it higher if there were more amenities, but it was pretty nice.

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Pros: Great Staff, Clean, Views, almost like being in Acadia NP its so close, nicely heated pool, bus picks up there. Some activities. Cons: Gravel/Dirt roads, gravel sites with some beachy weeds, dusty, cars do not follow 5M signs and make too much dust. Wifi did not work the whole two weeks we were there. It is a great location for see Acadia NP and I would stay again. It is expensive for what you get. I just wish they would pave the roads through the park.

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Great park. Large soccer field. adult and family pools. Heated. Glamping sites are really nice but $104 on a holiday weekend. Paver fireplace. 4 Colorful chairs. circular picnic table with umbrella. Very clean park. But expensive. We were at the top by the office. You are best to get a site away from the cabins...too many cars when parked by the cabins.

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Free trolly to beach each hour June 17-Sept. I would have given it a 10 if the roads and sites were paved. Lots of activities. Cafe. Two adult pools and spas. Two family pools and spas. All heated. Very nice to have choice, if available of open sun, shade, and wooded. 250 acres and they used the forest to separate the different areas. Very nice. We were there early before their season begins. Rates go up June 17 each year and keep until Sept. Very close by beach. Sites were very spacious. Great WIFI.

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Consistent Wifi, but sometimes slow. Beautiful grounds on a pretty, pretty hill. Dirt sites. Dirt roads. Someone mowed the (thin) weeds/grass on both sides of us and dust filled the air, but I guess that can't be helped until the greenery gets thicker. Very nice staff. Very low water pressure; plan on using your pump for more pressure. You just can't have a lovelier place to stay. I would have given it a 10 if the roads were paved and there was at least a concrete patio.

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It is plain. Paved roads. Gravel and pavement sites. Some picnic benches. Park is bordered by harbor on two sides, dry dock on one side, and a new building going up on the fourth side. No construction noise from the building. Ferry to NY is steps away. Most staying here were in the city all day and only slept at the park. This is a NO frills park. But, if you want to visit NY you won't do it any cheaper than this park. It serves its purpose well. It was pretty full despite its parking lot status. No sewer, but a dump station, or someone will empty for you, not sure if there was a charge. I would suggest parking in the middle if you have a choice. I chose my site near the dry dock, but there we did have cars and tractors coming and going into dry dock many times.