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We stayed for two nights while traveling south to Florida driving a 45ft MH and towing a car. The CG was easy access on and off the highway and access through the campground was easy; we were able to navigate the park with the car attached with no difficulty. Internal roads and sites are gravel and sites are long and mostly level. Utilities are well placed and work well. Two sewer hook-ups per site, on each end. Wifi did not work at all for us but our Verizon hot spot was good enough for email and light internet surfing. Campground staff were very nice and helpful. We would stay here again if in the area.

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The campground is very easy access from I-75 as it is right off the highway with good roads. Internal roads and sites are gravel and were a bit dusty as it had been quite dry when we were there and campground and sites were easy to navigate. We drive a 45ft MH with a tow and were able to navigate the park and site without difficulty. As previously noted, the campground is across the road from the ticket office where one registers. There is a section of the campground for seasonal rentals and another section for overnight stays. There are three different lengths of sites in this section with several being 100 ft. Utilities and sewer hook-up were good and site was level. No amenities to speak of but an easy overnight stop. Wifi worked fine for email and internet surfing. We would stay here again.

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The campground is approximately 5 miles from I-75 traveling on acceptable country roads; a bit narrow but fine if done slowly. Roads and sites in the campground are gravel and relatively level. We drive a 45ft MH with a tow and were able to navigate the campground without removing the car. Utilities and sewer placed well and worked fine. The owner checked us in and was very friendly and helpful even getting up early to let us through the gate the next morning, although we could have done that ourselves. The campground is mostly shaded making satellite and OTA reception poor. Verizon hotspot worked adequately for email and basic internet surfing. There are a few sites with less tree cover which would alleviate this issue. We did not use the restrooms or laundry so cannot comment on that. Campground is gated so security felt good. We would use this campground again if we were in the area and needed a spot to stay.

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Traverse Bay is a lovely park with nicely manicured facilities and flowers throughout. The internal roads are asphalt and wide while sites are concrete and large making navigation around the park and into sites easy for even the largest of rigs. The park has a section that is class A only and a section for Class A and Fifth wheels, both of which are beautiful. The park is located close to Traverse City making it easy to take advantage of everything offered there. Wifi was pretty good, it would get a bit slow at certain times of the day but mostly good. Cable offered many channels although it was not HD. We would certainly return here if we were in the area. The wash facilities were very nice. We were in the park after Labor Day so they had closed the pool and hot tub and there were no social activities to planned. I felt the price was a little high given not all the amenities were available.

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Sunny Brook is a lovely park with easy access to and from I-196. Gated park with beautiful flowers and nicely landscaped and manicured lawns. Internal roads are paved and sites are concrete. Power and water centrally placed and on our lot, the sewer was located quite far to the back requiring that we add our sewer hose extension. It appears that the sewer connection is in different placed on some of the other sites. We were located in the back-in's of the second row off the lake. The sites are a bit sloped from back to front but we were able to level with our jacks without the front tires leaving the ground. Big first step up into the coach. We drive a 45ft MH and were able to easily navigate the park and get into the site (without the car attached). Once parked, the site is plenty big for the rig and the car. The pool, laundry, and club house are very nice and well maintained. We were here a bit late in the season and during the week so not many activities, which is OK with us. Wifi goes from pretty slow to acceptable depending on the time of the day and activity level. Resort staff and other campers very nice, friendly and welcoming. Although the price seemed a bit high for this time of the year, we would return here if we were in the area.

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A short drive from I-90 with easy access in and around the park. We stayed in the newer section of the park which is open with few trees making it satellite friendly. Roads are gravel and sites seem to be something like crushed asphalt. Utilities well placed and wifi was good enough for light internet surfing and email. We drive a 45ft MH and stayed in a pull through on Joey's Circle. The site was level and just barely big enough for our rig and it was a bit of a challenge getting out when leaving - several point turn. The campground is clean and well maintained and it seemed like they have lots of weekend activities for families and kids. Did not use the rest rooms or laundry so cannot comment on that. Not sure we would stay here again given the price and the difficulty getting out of our spot when there were few campers around. Seemed like it could be a bit of a challenge if there were more people and cars. If however, we had a shorter rig, the campground seems very nice. If we were to return, they had a few back-in sites on Joey's Circle which seemed like they might be a bit longer and a little easier to get in and out.

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The campground is very easy access from I-89 with internal roads that are gravel and sites that are mostly grass. The CG is built upon the side of a hill so there is a nice view from most of the sites onto the hills or local Lake Champagne. The CG has several sections, some are pretty level and other sections have a bit of a slope which make leveling the motorhome a bit more difficult. We stayed in two different "pull through" sites but the typography is such that is seems like it would be difficult to keep a car attached in some of the sites. We stayed for almost one month so always had our car disconnected. We drive a 45ft MH and the campground was pretty easy to navigate. Power and water are at mid-site and sewer is to the back. We needed to purchase an extension for our sewer hose in order to reach. Wifi works really well. Used rest room infrequently but they were clean, although a bit dated. The owners live on site and are very nice and helpful. Some seasonal campers have a garden section at the upper portion of the campground and place the extra produce on the ground for anyone who would like it. There is a playground and swimming at the lake for children. No specific dog area but lots of room for walking the dog in the fields and around the lake. The CG is very quiet and peaceful. We are hoping to return to the campground for a longer stay next year.

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The CG is in northern NH and about 20 miles off the interstate, but the roads to the campground are good enough. Roads inside the campground are gravel and sites are gravel; some are quite level and others have a bit of a slope. We drive a 45ft MH and were towing a car and were able to get to our site with the car on, but we would not try it that way again. The internal roads are tight when the campground is busy as most campers have to park their cars in a way that makes the travel lane pretty narrow. If we were to use this CG again, we would take the car off before we got there and at that, getting to the site would still be pretty tight. We had a back-in site at the back of the campground and it was plenty roomy for us and nicely spaced from the next camper. The campground was full of families having a great time on a hot summer weekend: using the pool and the little lake for swimming. There seems to be lots of activities for children in the campground. Utilities worked well and were placed well. Wifi worked well, despite the campground being full. We did not use the public restrooms, showers, or laundry room.

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Ramblewood CG is a relatively primitive campground in northern New Hampshire. Roads around the CG are gravel and sites are gravel or grass and pretty level. There is only one flush toilet in the campground and that is in the office, open during business hours. There are "outhouse" type toilets located in several locations around the CG. There are two showers that are open 24/7 and although a bit dated are clean. Utilities are located well enough for convenient use - mostly to the front of the site. The power can be a bit uneven at times, particularly if the campground is over half full. There is Wifi in the office. The appeal of Ramblewood is it's location overlooking the First Connecticut Lake and access to the far north woods of New Hampshire. It is very beautiful and peaceful and one can hear the Loons on the Lake calling at night. The owner is very nice and works hard to keep the campground groomed and clean. We are able to park our 45ft MH in a couple of different sites in the CG - we sort of look out of place given the remote and undeveloped campground but it is one of our favorite places to visit. Sites in general are very private or nicely spaced from the next. There are not too many activities for children right in the campground but they do have a beach down on the Lake and one can rent boats and kayaks or just go swimming. No specific dog area but there are walking paths and open areas to walk the dog. There are also cabins which can be rented either on the Lake or in the main campground.

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This campground is a sweet overnight or couple of days spot with super easy access on and off I-86. We drive a 45ft MH towing a car. We had no difficulty getting into, around, and out of the campground with the car on. Entrance is a bit tight but no problem if you go slow. There are a couple of sections in the campground and we were in an area of long, full hook-up pull throughs. Internal roads and sites are gravel/grass and the pull-through sites are firm and level. Utilities are well places for use and work well - good power and good water pressure. We were using 50 amp power for a $35 fee. If the campground is full, the sites are close with a bit of grass between but the grounds are really nice - well maintained, open, and peaceful. There is very little noise from the highway although it is quite close. Did not use the laundry or rest rooms so cannot comment on that. Wifi was pretty good and adequate for email and a bit of internet surfing. Owners are really nice, friendly folks. We had a bit of an issue with our coach and they went out of the way to help out. We will definitely return.

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The campground is a bit of the hike from I-90 but not so far as to deter you from going. We drive a 45ft MH with a tow and the road to the campground winds through the little town of Geneva and down main street. This part of the road was a bit narrow but it worked out with some care and a little patience. The campground is quite nice as the overnight sites are level and nicely spaced between with some tall and some new trees. Internal roads are gravel and sites seem like a type of crushed asphalt which seemed like a nice surface particularly if it were raining. Utilities are to the middle of the pad and the sewer hook-ups look relatively new. They sit about six inches off the ground so it requires a lift of the hose but they are clean and this was not a problem for us. There are a few low branches through the campground and they have placed rocks along the sides of some of the lanes. We were however able to navigate in and out of the campground without taking off the car. The grounds were nicely manicured and the campground was clean and quiet. The campground store is bare basics. We did not use the rest room facilities but the building looked new and made of stone - probably makes a great storm shelter as well. Wifi was good for the purpose of email and web-surfing. We would return if we were in the area.

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This was our third stay at Beldon Hills Campground and our third stay in site #4 which is in the front portion of the campground. Super easy off and on the highway. Internal road and sites are gravel with grass between. We drive a 45ft MH and tow a car and were able to easily get into the site and out of the park with the car attached - one has to drive around a small garage to get to the site but easy enough if you go slow and are careful. The site has a bit of a slope side to side which makes the step up a bit high but manageable. There are utilities at either end of the site but it makes a bit of a stretch for the sewer hose either way. The grounds are lovely and the grass and trees were beautifully green. The campground is very quiet and it is really a little piece of heaven. Did not use the rest room facilities. Wifi was pretty good for the purpose of email and a little web surfing. Definitely will return.

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The park is a bit of a drive from the interstate but a quiet place to spend the night. There is a open field and pond on the site and it was peaceful and quiet while we were there. Internal roads are paved or gravel and sites are gravel. We drive a 45ft MH with a tow and were able to navigate to our site and out of the park with the car attached. We had hoped to leave the car attached overnight but because of the placement of the sewer connection we had to remove the car. The sewer is located at the very back of the site and one would need a very long sewer house to make this connection if the MH was pulled all the way to the front of the site in order to accommodate the car. The site has a bit of a slope front to back but we leveled using our air leveling system. I think one could also level with pods. We did not use the restroom facilities or the wifi so cannot comments on that. We would return here in a pinch but because of the distance from the highway, we might try to find something with different site configurations for convenience.

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Travel Park is easy access from the highway. The internal roads are pea stone which is probably good in the rain. It was pretty dry when we were there and a bit dusty. We drive a 45ft MH with a tow and had no difficulty navigating the little park. We were in the sites out front near the road which were plenty long. The sites are sort of level but the stone surface is uneven in places. We were able to level with the air bag system in our coach without difficulty. I imagine you could level up with pods but you may need to move around a bit. This is a bare bones operation providing a quiet night's sleep. We did not use any of the rest room facilities so I cannot comment. Also did not use the WiFi so no comment there. We would return here in the future if we needed a place to stop for the night.

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This is our second stay at Bella Terra, a lovely resort convenient to the beach area of Alabama and Florida. We drive a 45F MH and found access to and through the park very easy. Although they have pull-through sites, I think one would have to remove a tow care in order to fit. Internal roads are paved and all sites are concrete. The roads are wide and getting into and out of the sites was very easy. The office staff are very friendly and have great service practices. They call to confirm your reservation and call the day of your arrival to verify the time and to be sure you are all set with directions. Most sites are developed and really lovely, the club house is very nice with a great workout room. Utilities are well placed and all work well. Wifi was very good while we were there. We will definitely return next year.