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The campground is primarily a seasonal park with many activities for children but daily sites are available. We had a good back-in on sand. The place is heavily forested, making use of satellite dish impossible. There is no cable TV. Wifi was good.

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The waterfront sites have lovely scenery of the Passamaquoddy Bay and Canadian islands Deer and Campobello. We parked "wrong way" to the utilities to get the best view. Extreme leveling with several boards put the front wheels in the air. Wifi was poor and Verizon unavailable except for a Canadian signal available to users of the company's international service. The Old Sow whirlpool (ask at the office for a map) can be seen a couple hours before high tide from rocks a short hike away. It was barely discernible the day we looked but several small "piglets" twirled sticks and seaweed around for a minutes at a time. The campground's onsite restaurant closes after Labor Day.

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From your campsite, a huge expanse of Bay of Fundy mud flats opens up as the tide falls. Few can resist walking in the mud, which is thick enough to suck off shoes. The secret to easy movement is to walk in the stream beds that form as low tide approaches. Most sites have good views, but trees encroach beginning with front row spots above #15. There's a new owner and pets are now allowed.

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Closeness to the Hopewell Rocks is this place's selling point. Our site had a nice view of the lake and marshland. We walked out to the dam after sunset but didn't spot any moose. The 10 mph speed limit is governed by prevalent potholes. Wifi was weak at our site far from the office.

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This park is mostly seasonals with a small, unlevel, area for transients. Our motorhome needed several boards and ended up with the front wheels off the ground.

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Basic no frills campground on the Annapolis River. Payment by cash only. Wifi was very good. On-site propane was very expensive, $US4.80 a gallon by our figuring, also cash only. The park is kept up pretty well, possibly because it is for sale.

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Almost all sites have a beautiful view of Margaret's Bay and are close enough to get salt spray when the wind is up. Sunsets are beautiful. RVs are crowded together; no space for awnings and the picnic table was squeezed between units. The young man running check-ins couldn't find our reservation. Said the person who took it wasn't authorized and "should never have answered the phone." Because of that glitch we ended up at a site with no sewer. Payment was cash only, with no discount for limited facilities. Route 333 is very narrow and winding whichever way you take it.

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This place advertises itself as a "family campground" and has lots of stuff for children: playground, pool, etc. For adults, there's a driving range and golf course. Sites goods-sized. Wifi was excellent. Easy drive into Moncton from the park.

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This park opened the summer of 2016 and was a work in progress as of that August. It overlooks the Restogouche River. Most sites have a lovely view. The office and an interpretive center are in operation. The sites are gravel as of this writing and some have a +2 degree downward slope. If you don't want your front wheels several inches in the air, avoid even-numbered sites 42-56. Paving is in the future. The first section, Nos. 1-38, has the most level places, but many spots in that area are 30 amp. If your rig is more than 3.6 meters (11' 10") tall, avoid Subway St. as you arrive. Instead continue to Andrew St. and go all the way to the water, past an information center, and around to the park.

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Relaxing stop for an overnight or a few days. The only sites on the Iroquois River are 30 amp back-ins or tent sites. Pull-throughs had water and 50 amp but no onsite sewer. Other spots had full hookups. Nice beachy area for enjoying the water. Pleasant woods throughout. Satellite TV use tricky at a few spots, not available at most. Use of onboard laundry discouraged. Camp provided good notes on local restaurants and other attractions. Despite warnings about "vagaries" of Wi-Fi, our signal was excellent and worked on several different devices. Sites were composed of a mix of grass, dirt and a little gravel. Overnight rains left many puddles. Owner takes cash or check only. If you write a check on U.S. funds you will be giving him a large bonus when the Canadian dollar is far below the U.S. dollar.

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All the usual KOA resort accouterments plus a giant rubber trampoline with the usual KOA premium ($C60). Maintenance was far below acceptable: potholes abounded and streets were narrow, muddy, and impassable by two vehicles at a time. The park was many tons short of needed gravel; many sites including ours were muddy after a rain. We called and asked for a little cover where we alighted from our Jeep but were told only, "I'll pass it on but don't expect much." Wi-Fi was weak and worked only on an iPad, not android phones. Office said: "It comes and goes." "Free" shuttle to Old Quebec offered only to clients staying two or more nights. We drove and parked for $8.

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Check out the elaborate patios, glassed-in porches, etc., erected by seasonals/lot owners. Sites for overnighters are landscaped, have patios with table and chairs, a grill, and rocking-chair swings. The transient parking spaces, however, are rather narrow, making awnings unusable and under cabin bins difficult to open. Still, the best-provisioned sites ever seen. Plenty of stuff for kids. A real bargain in $US.

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Some seasonals are on a wide, but shallow part of the Hudson River. Transients are across a little-used railroad track, surrounded by forest, in a field open enough for satellite TV. The pull-through sites are generously sized. Propane is available. Glen Hudson is reached via a winding ten-mile drive on narrow roads. Great place for a very relaxing weekend. Don't pull too far to the right on arrival; a sharp edge of the office roof protrudes.

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Nice spot for an overnight stay. Close to I-88. Wi-Fi near office worked fine for phones but tricky to get computer to connect. State signs name this park "Belden Manor".

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Large campground with many features. Wi-Fi signal looked strong but couldn't get computers connected. Phones got signal okay. Staffer said "sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't." Site not level; left front wheel was 1 ¾" off ground; others in the 800s area also had wheels in the air.