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Bethpage Camp Resort, Urbanna, Virginia

Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $84.00
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We just stayed at Bethpage for the Memorial Day weekend arriving on Thursday. The campground sites are nice, level and accommodate big rigs. The cable TV is the best I have seen at a campground and the electric power was fine. The park staff was friendly. There is a beach area on a lake and a waterpark with multiple pools and water slides all of which were clean and well maintained. These are what make me rate this a 5. Now for the reasons that keep it at ONLY a 5. This campground is like one big drunk-fest!! I have never seen so many drunks roaming about and cruising on golf carts with radios BLARING!! The park rules about no loud music and minimum age limits for driving golf carts are an absolute joke. Don't even dream of walking unless you like taking your life in your own hands. I saw an old woman moon the folks next door to us but they were likely too drunk to remember: hopefully for them. On Saturday night there was a large crowd (about 70+ people) roaming the streets doing toasts at what seemed to be any site that would tolerate them. Again, they were mostly hammered. While I believe in having fun, this kind of activity is not what I go camping with my family for. The staff seem to be totally absent until around 11pm when quiet time begins and then I saw them cruising about. On a positive note, it does quiet down by 11pm. If the staff would enforce a few rules on blaring music and drunkeness then this campground would be a 10 for sure. From what I saw though, I doubt this will happen. My family will not be returning. We camped at Bethpage Camp Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

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Bristol / Kingsport KOA, Blountville, Tennessee

Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $64.00
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This is a nice, smaller KOA located close to I-81 (exit 63). Upon arrival they escort you to your site and help get you pulled/backed in. The pluses: The sites are nice but some may require leveling blocks as they are on a hill, as is most of East TN. Cable and Wi-Fi were fine, as was the playground and jumping pillow. They had a "flashlight Easter Egg hunt" as well as a movie night for the kids. They have 2, clean, well lit dog run/playgrounds. There is also a small restaurant which serves breakfast, pizza and sandwiches. We only ate there for the free pancake breakfast which was very good. They have horses on the property and offer various levels of riding. All staff were very friendly! The negatives: They did charge for the kids to use the jumping pillow. When outside my rig, I could hear trucks on I-81, not bad but it was there. You have to expect this due to the convenient location close to the interstate! I only bought a soda at the store and it was $2.25 which is very pricey! We had a good time and will visit this KOA again! We camped at Bristol / Kingsport KOA in a Fifth Wheel.

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Charlottesville KOA, Charlottesville, Virginia

Date of Stay: May, 2009 - $40.00
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We had a pull through site which was very nice except it did require a long sewer connection. My total length is around 55' (truck and TT) and may have been tight pulling out due to a tree on the edge of our spot but the guy across from us left first so I could swing wide. The road (RT 708) leading to the campground from RT29 is a winding narrow road but you are only on it for about 4.5 miles so it is not to stressful. We had a great weekend and will go back again! We camped at Charlottesville KOA in a Travel Trailer.

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Mt Desert Narrows Camping Resort, Bar Harbor, Maine

Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $70.00
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We had a great site overlooking a bay. The staff was friendly, the campground clean, and overall we had a great time there. The "heated" pool was nice for the kids but way too cold for me. Other than that it was a good time! We camped at Mt Desert Narrows Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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Black Bear Campground, Salisbury, Massachusetts

Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $40.00
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The only good thing I can say was they have a super playground. Now for the negatives: 1) There is no camp store. There are not even soda machines available. 2) The sites are very tight. 3) There were many seasonal/permanent campers many of which were in need of repair. 4) They allow dogs but, judging from the staffs attitudes, don't really like them. 5) The sites are mulch so many were muddy. I saw a class A who couldn't back into his spot as he kept sinking in the mud. We were only there 1 night and that was enough! We camped at Black Bear Campground in a Motorhome.

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Candy Hill Campground, Winchester, Virginia

Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $46.00
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Candy Hill is a great campground. Road access is very easy from RT37. The sites, pool, etc. were all clean. There are two playgrounds for the little ones. They have the best camp store I have seen at any campground. The staff were all friendly. We camped in a 34' TT with slides, and the site they gave us was plenty big enough. We will be back next summer! We camped at Candy Hill Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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American Heritage RV Park, Williamsburg, Virginia

Date of Stay: July, 2008 - $50.00
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We stayed over July 4th holiday and found campgrounds to be very nice. It is convenient to Historic Williamsburg. The playground is small but nice as is the pool. There is easy access from I-64. The staff was very friendly, the camp store well stocked and the entire place was very clean. The sites have nice level concrete pads, with tables. My only complaint was that my site had two trees, one on either side. One prevented the awning from being extended...not a real concern on this trip. But the other made it difficult to make a left turn out of the site without going into the site across the road. Luckily, they left early on the morning of our departure so, again, it was not a problem for us. We would gladly stay here again although we would ask for a different site. We camped at American Heritage RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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