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KOA 10% discount for a four night stay. Site was a back-in, FHU, 50 amp site. There was good spacing between sites. The sites are separated by railroad ties. We had some satellite reception, but trees interfered with reception from satellite #129. We had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. Park WiFi worked well. The parking pad for site 604 was very soft gravel and mud that did not provide a solid surface for our motorhome. In spite of this we would probably stay here again.

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Interagency Senior Pass 50% discount for a 50 amp electric and water site. Site had a concrete pad that was slightly off side to side so we had to block tires on one side. There were a couple trees that had low hanging branches that rubbed the motorhome. We had good satellite reception, but the trees will interfere with many sites. We had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. This is a quiet and pleasant Army Corps of Engineers park. We would stay here again.

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Rate was $27 plus $5 per day non-resident fee plus a $9 reservation fee. Site was a large, level, pull-through site with 50amp. There was no water or sewer at site, but are available in the park. We had cell and MiFi reception (2-bars). No satellite reception because of the trees, but several OTA channels available. This is a new campground with new paved interior roads and new bath houses. The sites are separated by lots of vegetation. The negative about the site was the sand surface. Our GPS route to the park was via eight miles of narrow and winding roads with many low hanging branches. If we return, I would follow highway 9J south from Rensselaer.

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Rate after currency exchange, reservation fee, and 10% senior discount was $23 per night for a seven night stay. Site was a very large grass site with 30amp electric. Our site was located in a large open field with no trees. Other electric sites are available in a forest-like area with narrow roads and low branches. A dump station and water spigots were available in the park. The campground was very quiet at night and the majority of sites were unoccupied. There was no park WiFi and no Verizon cell/MiFi reception in the park. We have Verizon's Travelpass that provides coverage in Canada for $2/day, but coverage was spotty on the island. The visitor center provides free WiFi access and is about 3 miles from the park. DishTV satellite reception was good for #119 and #110 but not #129; therefore, not all channels were available. We would stay here again.

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Good Sam discount for two nights at a short, back-in, 30 amp, full hookup site that backed up to the Moose River. We enjoyed just relaxing by the river with a good book and a glass of wine. We had good WiFi reception provided by the park. We did not have satellite reception, but had good cable TV reception provided by the park. We would stay here again.

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Good Sam discount for a one night stay at a 50 amp, full hookup, back-in, grass site. We had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. We did not have satellite reception because of trees. Though the site was acceptable, the overnight rate was expensive even with the discount. We probably would not stay here again.

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Good Sam discount for a one night stay at a 30 amp, pull-through site. The park layout is quite confusing, the roads are narrow, and escort service was not provided. We did find a maintenance worker and asked him to lead us to our site. Though it was a challenge to get to the site, we were pleased once we were settled. We had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. There was no satellite reception because of the trees. We would not stay here again for an overnight stay, but might stay again for a multi-night stay.

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No discount rate offered for our 21 night stay. We spent two nights on site 65 and 19 nights on site 41. Site 65 is a grass site located on the lower level near the river and offers 50 amps and water hookup, but no sewer. The rate for 50 amp electric is $30. Site 41 is a paved site located on the outer loop of the upper level that offers 30 amp, water and sewer. The rate for 30 amp electric is $25. Both sites were large, but we preferred site 41. All sites on the upper level are paved, but the pavement is old and too short for many motorhomes or long trailers. We had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception and good satellite reception at site 41. Hickories Park is owned by the Town of Owego and is very well maintained. We would stay here again.

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Discount of 20% with Passport America during June-August. There was a $4.00 additional charge for 50 amp electric. Campground is 10+ miles from I-81 via narrow, winding, and hilly, but well paved country roads. This can be challenging at the end of a long day of driving. Our site was a pull-thru, but in reality it was two back-in sites. The site was FHU, 50 amp, level gravel. We did not have satellite reception because of the trees. Our Verizon cell/MiFi reception was intermittent. The campground cable worked okay, but was limited to local and shopping channels. The campground offered free WiFi, but just for one device. There was a fee for additional devices. The free WiFi signal reception was adequate. The campground was quiet during our stay on a Monday night. We probably would not stay here again because of the distance from the interstate.

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No discount rate offered for one night stay. Rate is for a large, FHU, 50 amp, back-in, gravel site with a raised wooden patio with picnic table. The campground was easily accessed from US13. The main interior road is paved; the secondary roads are gravel. We did not have satellite access because of the trees. We had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. We would stay here again.

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No discount rates offered. Rates are $30 for 30 amp or $35 for 50 amp. The campground is located approximately 5 miles from US64 following narrow, but well paved country roads. The office was closed when we arrived at 4:00pm. We had made a reservation, but no information was left for us. So we just picked a site and completed the self check-in envelope. We never did see anyone at the office. All sites are large, grass, pull-thru, FHU sites. We had good satellite reception and good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. The campground free wifi also worked well. The campground was quiet during our stay. There are few amenities at this campground, but restaurants and Walmart are within a 10 minute drive at Williamston. We would stay here again.

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Good Sam discount rate for a large, 50 amp, FHU, pull-thru site. Hookup pedestal is very convenient. Park is easily accessed from I95 and has minimal traffic noise. The resort is well maintained, has paved roads, concrete parking pads, concrete picnic pads, and nice landscaping between sites. We had good satellite reception and good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. We would stay here again.

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Senior rate for a five night stay. Site was a level, paved, back-in site with water and 50 amp electric. We had good satellite reception and good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. The park has a dump station. The site has a large covered picnic table. The park is well maintained. We would stay here again.

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Discount rate for Florida Senior Resident for four nights. Site was a large, pull-thru, gravel, level site with FHU and 50 amp service. We had good satellite reception. Verizon cell/MiFi reception was weak and intermittent. We would stay here again.

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Park facilities are showing their age. We stayed four nights. The site was a pull thru site on grass. The site was not level so we had to use blocks. The large trees provided shade, but also blocked our rooftop satellite reception. We did get around this using a portable satellite dish. The site was FHU, but only 30 amp. We did have Verizon cell/MiFi reception.