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Holiday Camping Resort (formerly Eagle Island Resort), New Era, Michigan

Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $38.00
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We stayed with a group. We were in an RV and a cabin. The place is certainly rough as I had read on previous reviews. The owners just barely maintain the place, some further maintenance and sprucing up could definitely be used. The cabin was dirty, it needs a good scrub. There were cob webs everywhere, the blinds and window sills were filthy and there was dust covering much of the non high traffic areas. Some extra kitchen supplies in the cabin would have been nice as well, although this was minor. The RV sites are certainly well used, but the waterfront ones are nice. If you are looking for a larger more private waterfront sites I would suggest Site 8, 9 or 11. The lake was also very nice, very beautiful and serene. There is not much of a beach. The playground has certainly seen better days and something new would be nice. The public bathrooms we did not use a lot but they appeared nice, new and clean. I also liked the fact that the resort seemed very secluded although it was not far off of Hwy 24. I would probably go back again with an RV to site 11, although I will try a few other places before I do. We camped at Holiday Camping Resort (formerly Eagle Island Resort) in a Travel Trailer.

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Crimson Lake Provincial Park, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta

Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $23.00
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This is a great place to camp if you are looking for a kid-friendly place with big private treed sites. We had a great time and will go back. We camped at Crimson Lake Provincial Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Bow Valley Provincial Park, Bow Valley Campground, Canmore, Alberta

Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $23.00
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We stayed here for 2 nights. We stayed in a non-serviced site and I was pleasantly surprised. The site was treed, private and quiet for such a large and busy campground. The place was child and pet friendly, good for walking with a stroller. Had we stayed longer there would have been a lot more we would have checked out. I would return again. We camped at Bow Valley Provincial Park, Bow Valley Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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