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Cape Ann Camp Site, Gloucester, Massachusetts

Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $42.00
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I guess when you are the only campground in the area, there is no need to keep up appearances. It doesn't appear that there has been any upkeep to this property in years! The RV sites located at the entrance do not allow campfires so we chose the full hook-up sites within the campground. Most of these sites were small and cramped or had an unusual layout (a camp fire ring located directly between two electricity boxes, a sewer hook-up in the middle of the site). The fire pits were filled with old wood and ash that have to be cleaned out and the rocks restructured. Most of the primitive sites looked really large and private but the bathrooms/shower facilities were disgusting. One evening we noticed one of our coolers sitting in a nearby (vacant) campsite. When we retrieved the cooler, the beer was missing! Some may call this place "rustic" or "quaint" but I can think of a few other words that are more descriptive and candid. We camped at Cape Ann Camp Site in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 3
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Tohickon Family Campground, Quakertown, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: May, 2010 - $38.00
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This was a nice enough campground; folks that run the campground are friendly and helpful. Much of the campground is seasonal, but the section that supports open camping is right on Tohickan Creek: so bring your fishing pole or just kick back and enjoy the picturesque view! The surrounding area is just as nice with back country roads, a covered bridge, beautiful old stone houses and barns, and a County Park and State Park (with a HUGE lake) just minutes away. The downside? These campsites would not offer much privacy or pretty views if the campground is crowded. We were fortunate that many of the sites around us were not reserved. But my real peeve? The campground did not offer recycling! What's up with that? We camped at Tohickon Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 3
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Mount Pocono Campground, Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $36.00
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Year after year they have made some significant efforts in improving this campground, so I have to give the brother/sister team much credit. The difficulties we experienced were: 1) navigating the roads to the site, and 2) actually fitting into the site. Since we were camping late in the season, all the fallen oak leaves covered the camp "roads". The camp is on a mountain and the "roads" are quite steep and narrow; trying to meander/find our way around was very difficult. It would have been so helpful (and safer) if they blew the leaves off the main camp roads. Secondly, if you have a decent sized rig, be careful into which site you are assigned. Not only are the roads unwieldy, some site entrances are extremely narrow between trees or situated in a location that made it a real chore getting the trailer in and out! Yikes: it's not for the inexperienced driver! The campground went all out for Halloween though, and we truly had a lot of fun: adults and children alike! We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 3
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TripleBrook Family Campground, Blairstown, New Jersey

Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $33.00
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Two months ago we reserved two sites for two trailers and a tent (6 adults, 4 kids). Some friends decided to join us so two additional sites were reserved for two more trailers; so we’re talking nearly $400 in reservations. We set up camp but unfortunately, the weather was not the best and in no time at all, our particular campsites were a mud pit! We were put in a low-lying bowl-like area where all the water migrated and didn’t drain well. Meanwhile, less than 50 yards away was a long strip of 20 or so empty campsites along a grassy knoll. We had never camped here before, so we were not familiar with the layout so we were all really frustrated that the managers didn’t suggest a better situated area for our group, especially since much of the campground was not occupied. So much for good customer service. All the trailers and tents were set-up so we couldn’t just pick up and move. We spent the weekend in muck-boots and what a mess to clean when we got home! We camped at TripleBrook Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 3
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Beaver Hill Campground, Sussex, New Jersey

Date of Stay: June, 2009 - $40.00
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We chose this campground because it was close and offered a lot of amenities for kids. Best part? The very large playground - the kids had a BLAST. The mini golf course was cheesy to us adults but the kids thought it was great. The kids never got to use the beautiful pool because a large group of adults took over the whole pool area for water football. Bathrooms were yucky but luckily we had a camper! Walking trails were overgrown and not maintained. We camped at Beaver Hill Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 3
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Hemlock Campground & Cottages, Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: May, 2009 - $38.00
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Beautiful area, nice site, very quiet. Rabbits EVERYWHERE - there must be a colony! Not much to do - there's no walking trails except the very small campground loop. We camped at Hemlock Campground & Cottages in a Travel Trailer.

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