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Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $40.00
First, we did not stay here. We visited the campground while we were staying in Cedarville. This would be a great place to stay if you want to stay in a secluded, quiet waterfront site with and abundance of wildlife. We saw two pairs of nesting swans during our visit. The parking pad for a rig is hard-gravel, surrounded by well maintained grass areas. We met the very friendly owner who lives next door. She and her husband recently built the campground. I believe about 6 sites are waterfront and in the open while the remaining ones are in a wooded area. We would consider staying here in the future. Not a problem for a 33' motorhome but might be challenging for anything over 37' long. We camped at Paradise Point RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $35.00
New campground on private point on Sweets Bay, north of DeTour Village. Full hookups only, no bathrooms or showers available. Good electric and water hookups. Some sewer hookups allow Class As to pull head in for a view. Gated park at end of narrow road, reservations only as no turn around in front of the gate. Shallow bay but access to Saint Mary's River. Able to put our canoe in the water and follow the channel out. Two docks rebuilt so far. Boat ramp. Wonderful wildlife when we visited - bald eagles, sandhill cranes, snipe, swans nesting, deer, blue birds... Sites are mostly level with a view or with privacy. Our Verizon cell wouldn't work in Campground but understand AT&T does work. Was able to connect with Wi-Fi and cell in town and up the road on Sweets Point. (Deducted 1 point for that since we didn't know). Firewood on sale for $4 - self serve, a nice bundle. Hated to leave - want to go back. We camped at Paradise Point RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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