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This is a very nice campground with easy access to Autoroad 20. It has paved roads with gravel, level pads, and easy-enough navigation for big rigs. Our premium site had a concrete patio with a swing for two, a grassy area between sites, and no trees, so we had no satellite issues. We also faced a driving range so we had entertainment! There was a charge for wifi, and it worked well. We did not use the amenities, but there was a nice pool which got a lot of activity. There is also an RV dealer and service center nearby in case you have any issues. We will definitely consider staying here again if we are in the area in the future.

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This is an okay campground - a little tight for big rigs. It has gravel roads and pads with grassy areas between sites. In our section, we had no issues with trees or satellite, and the wifi was good. While we did not use them, it appears they have many amenities for kids, a great pool and waterslide. The campground is in the woods, so it's pretty quiet, but there is not much else in the surrounding area.

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This is a nice campground with paved roads and fairly easy for big rigs to navigate. Our long pull-through site had a grassy pad and easy-to-connect facilities. While we did not use the baths or laundry, the roads and sites are clean and well-maintained. There are no trees in the pull-through section, so we had no satellite issues. The campground is easy access to I-89, but the road noise was not bothersome. We will definitely stay in this campground the next time we are in the area.

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This is a nice campground with wide paved roads and gravel sites and very large grassy areas between sites and great fire pits. There are several sites in the "upper" section with many trees, but our site was in an open field, so we had no satellite issues. Our pull through site itself was about 100' long, so unhooking was not necessary unless you wanted to. We did need to use an extender to adequately use the wifi. While we did not use the pool, it appeared a little small for the number of potential campers. The campground is very easy to access, but it is 14 miles from Acadia.

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This is a very nice, small campground with paved roads and pads that are half concrete, half hard-pack gravel. The roads are a little narrow but manageable. There are large grassy areas between sites. The owner and staff were very helpful, and the "regulars" who come in each weekend were also very friendly. The bathrooms were immaculate, and the laundry was a little dark but very clean and in good working order. We did not use the pool but it appeared to be a good size and clean. There are no trees in the park, so we had no satellite issues, and the wifi was good. While we were not crazy about Salisbury itself, we would consider staying here again if in the area.

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This is a very nice campground conveniently located to the attractions of the Cape. The streets are paved and easy enough to maneuver in a big rig. The campground has 4 "glam" sites which cost a premium, but they have very large stone fire pits and paver patios so they are worth the extra. The campground has many trees and only a few "open" spots, so even in our glam site, we had satellite issues. The WiFi signal is strong, but there is sometimes no internet connection. While we did not use the campground amenities, they seem to be plentiful and well-maintained (even a softball field). We would consider staying here again if visiting Cape Cod, but we would request a specific site.

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This is a nice campground conveniently located to the small town of Flanders and about 3 miles off I-95. The sites are wide and long with grassy areas and trees between sites. The trees caused no interference with satellite reception, but with the roads and pads being gravel, it's easy to track debris into your unit, and it can be dusty on a windy day. We had 50 amp electrical problems with the first site we used. We moved sites and had no issues, but if you have a newer coach with several electrical amenities, be aware that you may not be able to use all of them at the same time. The wifi worked well for us. We would consider staying here again if we are in the area.

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This is a very nice campground with easy access from I-81. The streets and pads are gravel, and there are a lot of tall trees, although we had no issue with satellite. The streets and turns are a little tight, but our escort to the sight (the owner, I think) was very helpful and suggested backing out of our site into an open field as an alternative to "pulling through" when we left. We will definitely consider staying here again when we are in the area.

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This is a very nice campground. The gravel streets are wide and easy to navigate, and we were not bothered by dust. The sites are wide and long with gravel pads and grassy areas between sites. The sites surround a large common grassy area with a playground and plenty of room to allow dogs to run a bit. The WiFi worked well, and the small trees did not interfere with satellite reception. We will consider staying in this campground again if we are in the area.

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This is a fairly small KOA but it has many amenities for kids and families. Our stay was a little before prime season so the park was fairly empty. You go through a residential area with narrow streets before reaching the park, but the park streets are wide and easy to maneuver. The streets and the pads are gravel. Even though it is easy access from I-81/I-77, you do not hear any road noise. The WiFi worked reasonably well. We will consider staying here again if in the area.

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This is a beautiful small Class A-only resort located on Lake Greenwood. The streets are very wide and easy to maneuver although somewhat hilly. The landscaped and manicured sites are terraced to offer views of the lake with concrete pads. The staff escorted us to our site, guided us into the site, and was very helpful in every way. The resort is located in a very rural area so it's a few miles to groceries and other facilities, but that makes it very quiet except for the occasional train. We will definitely consider stopping here again.

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This is a very nice park. The entrance and older streets are a little tight, but the newer, premium section is very nice with brick paver streets and pads. The sites are wide with vegetation and grass between sites. The utility hook-ups are well-positioned and worked well. We did not use any amenities. We would definitely consider staying here again if in the area.

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This is very nice park with wide streets and level, concrete pads. Our pad was barely long enough for our 44' rig, but it was wide enough for the tow car to park beside the rig. While there are palm trees and vegetation between the sites, there were no issues with satellite. Wifi worked well. We did not use any amenities. We would consider staying here again when in the area.

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This is an older campground with rutted roads and sites. The entrance looks nice with several amenities for kids, and the office staff was friendly. We found our gravel site to be narrow and rutted and were unable to level - we were not sure of the slides. Since it was not busy, we drove around to see if there was an acceptable site. We found none, so we left, forfeiting our payment. We would not consider this park again.

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This is a very nice campground with easy access to and from the interstate. The streets are wide and the pads are concrete with grassy areas between sites. The office staff was very friendly and helpful when we checked in. There are no trees, so we had no satellite issues, and wifi worked well. We did not use any amenities. We would stay here again when in the area.