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Very level [we didn't have to unhitch], very tight spaces, no sewer, no WiFi, detached employees--a resort place. Good for an overnight.

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One of the best parks ever! There is no pool, no kids area, no store, no dog play area, really nothing outstanding. The sites are level, water and WiFi excellent. There is no grass (this is Terlingua) and only small trees. What makes this park outstanding is the people. It is immaculately clean, the manager cleans the dust off the picnic tables daily, and the laundry facilities are excellent. The owner guided us to hiking trails that weren't on any maps. They grilled ribs for the whole park one night, with everyone bringing a side dish. Also, the snowbirds are very friendly and welcoming. Many have been coming here for years. One has been coming to BJ's for over 30 years. One of the things I noticed was the lack of dust. Dust is a problem many places when the wind is blowing, and it always is. Somehow, we had no dust, and that is a big consideration. Not everyone will appreciate Terlingua, Big Bend, or BJ's, but we loved it.

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This park is a gravel parking lot. The sites are not quite level, and the wifi is ok. That said, it is clean and neat and has an accommodating staff. There is a separate part for 50 and 30 amp service. I can only speak for the 30 amp section. The front sites are not pull throughs. You don't have to back in, but you have to back out. Not a problem, but strange. All in all, a serviceable park.

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Nice park with level, gravel, pull through [all of them, I think] sites. Cable TV and internet were very good. We would stay here again.

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Great little park--very quiet, great wifi, level sites and all pull throughs. The owners have invested time and money, and it shows. No trees here, but there will be, new ones have been planted. The owner lives next door and has chickens--she gave us a dozen very fresh eggs. I don't know if this is standard practice, but it was a nice touch. We would definitely stay here again.

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This was a very nice park, but had zero WiFi. I couldn't connect and went to the office. The lady there was quite nice, but that didn't help my connection. She said I should call the provider. I had my Iphone, so I didn't call. I shouldn't have to do that for $50 a day. No refunds. Otherwise the park is quite nice with three ponds for fishing and nice level gravel sites. If WiFi is important, don't stay here. We will not stay here again.

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This park is actually in Gnawbone, a few miles from Nashville. The sites are somewhat close together and the road might be a little close for some. Otherwise, the sites were level, wifi excellent and the owners very friendly and helpful.

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Very nice CG in a quiet rural area. There are lots of trees and a slow moving river at the back. The wifi was excellent. We were almost the only ones there and were the only transient--the CG was closing the next weekend. A great place.

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This CG is practically in Stowe, which gives it a great advantage. The sites are grass covered and ours was level. The owner was somewhat gruff, but not bad. Our wifi was non existant. The location makes this a good spot.

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This was a very nice campground with very nice and helpful owners. It's about a 10 minute drive off I88 in a quiet area. Nice wide sites with lots of trees. Propane is also available.

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This CG is huge and almost entirely seasonals--at least when we were there in late Sept. That said, it is excellent. The seasonals are all neat and clean. The wifi is excellent, the sites are very level and nicely spaced. It is only 5, or so, kms from Pictou. At the back of the CG, there is a path to the beach--to the right is a nice beach walk of about a mile. Don't miss the Balmoral Mills grist mill--about a half hour from Pictou.

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First of all, this CG is in South Harbor, not Dingwall. Our site was somewhat unlevel, but had lots of trees and lots of room. We had excellent wifi. We had requested it and were close to the office. I don't know about the other sites. The oysters for sale at the office were some of the best I've had. We had some both nights of our visit--along with lobster, also on sale, cooked. The road ends at the CG, but if you turn left there is a trail that leads to a pretty beach.

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Loved this CG--good wifi, level sites, very clean and close to everything. There are nature trails, one going down to a lake/pond where our pooch loved to swim. One thing I liked is that they have invested a lot of money in planting new trees. There are many stumps where old trees have died and one can see the CG was heavily treed in the past. The planting of new trees shows they are invested in the future. All in all, an exceptional rv park.

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This is one of the best campgrounds in which we have stayed. It is right on the water and you can sleep to the sound of the waves on the rocks. The owner simply points out the campsites that are available and you pick out the one you want. We were there off season and he said "if you want 48 and 49, take them"--no extra charge. Peggy's cove is less than 10 kms away. There are wonderful hiking trails to the water all along the road. Halifax is less than an hour away. All in all, a great place to explore St. Margaret's bay--a beautiful place.

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Nothing special about the campground itself. Most of the RVs were permanent. However, the residents were very friendly and it seemed like a big community. The staff was quite friendly and helpful and Lunenburg is only 2 kms away. Saturday morning there is a pancake breakfast and Sat pm, there is Karoki. We didn't partake of either, but we would definitely stay here again.