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Northeast Loop is full hookup. Nice, quiet loop with full shade and walkways from each site to the bathhouse. Sites are bigger than advertised. Lots of hiking and biking trails. The grass wasn't cut, but that's the only complaint I can come up with. Our site was level with a gravel patio area. We will come back often.

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Check in was quick and easy, very helpful staff. We stayed during Armed Forces week and got a refund based on "Buy one, get one" for military and veterans. It was early in the season so the pools weren't open yet. Neither was the coffee and ice cream shop. Our site was directly across from the camp store, but still not noisy. The campground has two dog run areas and a dog beach. Plus a dog wash station. The sites ranged from wooden platforms for tents to asphalt pads with concrete picnic pads and a car parking space. There are a lot of cabin and many were getting new steps and decks. 59 Cable TV channels. Good WiFi strength.

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Tight spaces. Road noise from I-95. This was a good place to stop for a night en-route. It would also be a good place to stay for the Richmond NASCAR races. The service was excellent. We were led to our site and the guide helped us park, making sure we were centered and clear. The sites were rather close together, but level. Lots of cable channels but too much tree coverage for our satellite. And the free waffle breakfast was a great bonus making it much easier to clean up and leave. We were there on a busy Easter weekend that meant lots of kid events, but we got in late and missed most. Located halfway between Maine and Florida, it's a good place to stop for a night. Close to I-95 but not bad for traffic noise. It was there, just not loud.

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First, the bad. Sandy, mosquitoes and lots of sand burrs the dogs picked up. Really nice, huge dog park with large and small dog sections. However, the small dog section was only fenced on three sides, the fourth being a steep slope to water. Our dogs are hunters so we couldn't use the park. The large dog side had the same problem, only no slope. Large lake for them to play in. The good. The staff was nice, but we didn't see much of them outside the office and store area. Being a county park there were a lot of visitors and things to do, including fishing and a climbing wall. The splash park wasn't open yet, too early. The campground is booked solid for months in advance.

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New owners are renovating this campground. The pool wasn't open for the season yet, so no review there. The site we had was a pull through long enough for our 38' motor home and toad, without unhooking. We only stayed for an overnight stop, but would use this campground again. Some traffic noise from I-95, but not bad. The new owners are super. Very helpful and friendly. He guided us to the site and helped park us. And they live on site.

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Rate reflects 10% Good Sam discount. Premium site #9. Very narrow site, level gravel, brick patio but a tree next to it restricted us from using the awning. Picnic table, grill, fire ring and table and chairs. Heated water lines. Some traffic noise even though we were the farthest site from the highways. Check in was easy and cheerful. Very nice people. They called a repairman for a coach problem who happened to be on site. Again, great service. Well stocked store. Metro busses stop at the office. Metro station is nearby.

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Pull through site, fairly level but slightly higher in front making it more difficult to level. The staff was terrific, couldn't help more. The dog park was a little smaller than other KOA's we've been to, but it was certainly adeqate. The pool looked green, but it had been closed since Labor Day. I would camp here again.

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We stayed in the Tulip Loop, a full hookup loop. I suspect that's why no bathhouse. Other loops have them. The sites are level, gravel and large. I had no problem with a 38' motorhome and tow vehicle. Each site has a large area for the fire pit and picnic table. full tree cover so no TV reception, and very little phone. My MiFi usually showed barely one bar. Lots of room between sites. Very quiet. As someone noted, you need a vehicle to get from one area to another. The park is spread out. Great place for fishing and crabing.

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Stayed in an Elite Patio site, ##71. The Elite Patio sites have a fire ring, picnic table, grill and another table and chairs all on a concrete patio. We had no need to set up our usual stuff. The roads getting to the campground were tight, so take your time. The roads in the campground are also a bit tight. The site was mostly level, although I had to get off the jacks, back up a few feet and re-level to get it within limits with no blocks. As before, the staff was helpful and very nice. The campground has many activities every weekend, a DJ this particular weekend. It was very hot so we didn't walk around much. The site next to us, also an Elite Patio site, had a power line right across the site, about 14 feet off the ground. And lastly, they now require each occupant to have a wrist band to prove that you belong there. It's to keep outsiders from using the facilities, but it's a little over the top. We will camp here again.

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Stayed in North East Loop site #11. All sites are either pull through in a crescent beside the loop drive, or back in with the drive angled for very easy in and out. This loop had full hookups with 50 amp service. . Most sites level or close to it. All rigs required to have wheels on the hard surface, which made for easy jacking. Cell service was almost non-existent. TV reception OK, but varied by site. Concrete pathways between sites and bath house. Lots of hiking trails. We went for the rest and relaxation so we didn't use any of the facilities. Other loops may be pet restricted, no hookups or electric and water only. Very nice state park.

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Large sites all staggered so you aren't too close to anyone. Lots of tent campers. Boat dock on the pond, no power boats. No WiFi, cable or satellite reception for TV and very limited on air TV reception all due to heavy tree cover. Many hiking and biking trails. We had two nice days and nights followed by rain all day and night the last day of our stay. the drainage wasn't bad, more sand than mud.

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Got there after hours, but they had a map to our site and instructions on how to pay (drop box). The campground was very clean and quiet. The only down side (for some) might be the occasional train coming through close enough to hear. Personally, I liked it. There are only 35 spots. Most are full hookup and we had a pull through. Level gravel sites with concrete patios. Nicely landscaped. We used it for a short overnight on a long trip, and will plan on using it every time we're in the area. Very nice little campground.

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Very clean park. Camped in a 35' Class A towing a car on a dolly, and still had plenty of room in front in my pull through site. I needed a few blocks under the front jacks to level. All sites are gravel, although some had as much grass as gravel. WiFi was fine, all hookups were clean and easy to get to. The pool looked very clean. The dog run was also clean with a few agility obstacles to play with. Very nice, large play area for the kids, and a well kept miniature golf course ($). The cabins appeared to be renovated and/or new. Office staff, hosts and volunteers were all friendly and helpful. On the minus side, quiet hours weren't enforced very well. We will stay here again.

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Stayed in the Carrousel loop near the end, spot 179. Tight for a pull through. The roads are narrow and if someone parks a truck slightly into the road it's tough to get through. Sites were gravel and level, very close to each other. WiFi was spotty (Tengo so expected) and no internet at all Friday night. Wooded sites so no satellite. Cable was good. It looks like the spots up the hill are farther apart. Tent area is in a lower part of the park and close to a stream. Susceptible to flooding in heavy rain. Cabins appear to be very nice. We didn't use the bathhouses so I can't comment about them. Lots of amenities for kids. 3 pools, play room. Free shuttle to Hershey Park and Chocolate World.

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This is a good campground to use as a base, but it's barren for a destination. The spots are all paved and many are pull-through. but they're very close together and small. Not a bad rate for full hookups. I think there are 4 trees in the entire campground and none over 10 feet tall. It's still 500 yards to walk to the beach. Lots of fishermen. If you want to fish, or use it to park while you visit the town and outlets, it's OK. We were as close to the ocean as we could be and found noise from Rt. 1. It might be better with the windows closed, but it wasn't that warm. It was also foggy all weekend. Campfires are not allowed. No fire rings. We will probably not return.