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08/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Although the sites are a little close for our liking, we really enjoyed staying here. It's a great, affordable location for going to the beach, with reasonable drives to Hampton Beach and Kittery Outlets. If you go to the outlets, eat at Robert's Maine Grill, it was amazing! Back to the campsite; as others have said, the faucet is way to the back of the site, so you'll have to use two 25-foot hoses. The campground is very pet friendly, with doggy doo stations here and there where you can pick up bags and drop off used ones. There is no alcohol allowed on the campground, but you do see many people drinking out of big plastic cups...Beaches are beautiful, but the ocean is very cold. They had dump station problems while we were there, but came up with a work-around within a couple of days and gave us a discount, so we were satisfied.
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Beaches are fantastic! It's like a Caribbean beach in the heart of Canada. This is a massive campground, but there is plenty of tree cover to provide privacy. We dry-camped with friends who were tenting it, but there are sites available with electrical service. This is a VERY popular campground and you need to reserve months in advance to get a choice site.
06/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a quiet, family-friendly campground without many frills except for the beauty of the lake itself and the surrounding Adirondacks. There is a wide assortment of site types from secluded lakeside ones with their own private beaches to ones in the woods to ones in large grassy areas. Some are pull-thru. Playground is on the small side and more for the under-10 crowd. Beach is clean and usually guarded. Our kids had a great time just riding their bikes around. We noticed some fire pits were upgraded this year.
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
A beautiful, clean, and quiet campground. Sites are immaculate, spacious, and the views of the mighty St. Lawrence are impressive. The staff is friendly and helpful. There is a small beach that is adequate for cooling off. As for the alcohol ban, we enjoyed beer and wine discreetly with no problems. We saw deer on several occasions. It is very close to Upper Canada Village, which makes a nice day trip.
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