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Nightly cost is a guesstimate. We stayed here as part of a caravan. Our line of 22 coaches were all lined up facing the water, great views. Sites were on grass with sunny/open exposures and featured a picnic table. Very helpful at check in. I was led to my site by a young lady who provided excellent guidance backing me in.

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Nightly cost is a guesstimate. We stayed here as part of a caravan. We were met at the office by one of the owners and led to our site, he gave us a portable radio and provided a narrative all the way in. This park is primarily a big field and caters to caravans. Site and hookups were very suitable and level. Wifi is free for one device and not worth paying $2 for a second code.

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Nightly cost is a guesstimate. We stayed here as part of a caravan. This is a nice campground with great sites. Our 22 rigs were all together, we were overlooking a nice pond fed by the Bay of Fundy, watching flocks of Canadian geese come in. Minimal wifi as usual.

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Nightly cost is a guesstimate. We stayed here as part of a caravan. This is a campground within a large city park. A nice facility with roomy sites. Wifi was weak, we had to walk to the close by laundry room for a useable signal. Sites were level and all hookups worked well. Cell phone usage required roaming on a Canadian system, but worked well when doing so.

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Nightly cost is a guesstimate. We stayed here as part of a caravan. A nice park directly across the street from the Bay of Fundy. A short walk into town, good hookups and level back in sites. We were parked back to back and fairly close on the sides. The placement of the utilities resulted in 4 coaches hooked to a single pole, yet everything worked great. Some rigs had a long reach with hoses and power cords. A stiff breeze from the bay precluded using the awning.

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We spent three nights here to begin a 32 day caravan through the Canadian Atlantic Maritimes. Nice park with different sections, our 22 coaches were all grouped in the middle. Lots to see in the area, especially Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.

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This is a very large residence park with separate areas based on site amenities. Everything from large concrete pads to 3,500 sf homes with RV ports. All sites are owned, some for sale and quite a few in the rental pool. The first thing we noticed is how friendly all the permanent residents are. Many times we have seen clannish permanents. Every amenity you could imagine is here. All underground utilities and full hookups. Daily trash pickups at each site, two pools, a nice restaurant, the list is extensive.

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This is the first "over 55" campground we have stayed at and as nice as they come. Access is very near I-26, check in was quick and very courteous. We had a long, level pull thru site with all hookups where they should be and easy to use. Very nice water pressure and noticeably good water. We received 96 cable channels. Wifi and ATT cell worked well. There are many permanent park models here, but in a separate section. Everyone we came across was friendly. We liked a site across from us, next to a small pond and fountain and we checked on availability for next year and booked a months stay. Each site has a paved patio and picnic table, all in very good condition.

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A nice KOA, at an average price. As you exit I-81, the entrance is directly across from the bottom of the exit. The campground is quite hilly with lots of twists in the road, but not too difficult to maneuver with our 44' coach and toad. After a quick check in, we were escorted to our site. Access required driving thru another site across from us which is apparently kept empty just for that purpose. Hookups were easy and worked well. Our site, a deluxe pull-thru, had a large wood deck with a fire pit, a glider swing, table and chairs and umbrella, as will as a gas grill all in place. We noticed many sites with nice decks and patios Wifi is adequate as we are parked close to the office. ATT cell service is satisfactory. We would stay here again.

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Nice campground although a little pricey. Access roads are all paved and the "steep"hill previously mentioned was not an issue with our 44' coach and toad. Friendly staff, clean sites that were long and level. We will definitely stay here again.

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This is a very nice campground with large level sites and good hookups. As noted, the water connection may well be on the wrong side. Ours was, however a white hose was attached at the faucet and ran under our site through a piece of PVC. after running a bit of water through it we connected without issue. AT&T service was marginal at best. Wi-Fi was basically useless. I cannot understand why campgrounds cannot do better these days. I suspect the vast majority of guests use it. At a minimum campground owners should offer what they have now as the "free Wi-Fi " and provide a high speed connection for a fee each day. Hotels throughout the country do this.

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We spent a couple nights here and nothing but good things to say about this campground. While there are no 4-lane highways leading up to the park, it is easy to get to and the entrance is well marked. Check-in was smooth and access to our long pull-through site was as easy as we've seen. The hookups were all in the right locations and easy to use, although the water pressure is on the low side. Wi-Fi is free and works best in the morning when fewer users are on. AT&T cell service is good. We anticipate returning here next were as a stopover for a couple days while enough to Bar Harbor.

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We enjoyed our stay at the Lake George RV Park so much that we plan to return for a longer visit. Access was easy, check in was very smooth and quick. Our pull-through site was easy entry and exit. There is a great deal of family activity here and while don't travel with children, it was enjoyable to watch everyone having so much fun. Wi-Fi was decent and AT&T cell service worked well.

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There were way too many park models and permanent sites for our taste. The site we were assigned would not possible accommodate our 44' MH, however they quickly moved us to a suitable pull-through site. All the hookups worked well. We will stay here again if in the area.

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We spent a week here in order to explore the White Mountains and Lake Winnipesaukee areas. Beautiful sightseeing abounds and this campground is certainly well located to be our base. For as many families and kids were here, the campground was surprisingly quiet at all hours. Our site was long but close to those on either side. All the hookups including cable worked well. Wi-Fi was marginal at best. However, the road leading into this place is in serious need of grading, and that is the good part. Once you are in the gate and heading for your site, idle speed is too fast. These roads were among the worst we have seen anywhere. Hard packed ruts, edges that fall off quickly and tight turns. When we departed, we backed out of our pull-through site since the road in front of us was not suitable for a 44' motor home. The one behind was marginally better. We will not stay here again only for the condition of the entrance and interior roads.