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Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Sea-Vu West Premier RV Resort, Wells, Maine

Date of Stay: July, 2019 - $76.00
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A nice, mostly quiet campground set away from the traffic and crowds of Wells. Asphalt access roads with a somewhat screwy path to the checkin area - larger rigs need to be careful going through the chicane. Gated access with card key ($10 cash deposit at checkin). Internal access roads are a wide single lane - two rigs can not pass without using significant amounts of the grass. Campsites are all grass backins with generous spacing and mostly level. Some sites may have a tree which restricts rig placement, but most have no trees and thus no shade. Power, water, and sewer ok. Most sites have no satellite access issues. Campground wifi had good signal strength at 11.9 Mbps; Verizon was 3 bars with a very sluggish 275 Kbps; TMobile was 2 bars at 2.7 Mbps. Some recycling on site - bottles, cans, plastic and cardboard. Good road bike riding within and from campground. Shore Explorer trolley stops at the office every 20-30 min until 10 or 11 pm with $1 rides each way. Great for avoiding traffic and parking issues. We will stay here again. We camped at Sea-Vu West Premier RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Quechee / Pine Valley KOA, White River Junction, Vermont

Date of Stay: July, 2019 - $63.00
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A heavily wooded country campground. Asphalt entrance road turning to mostly single lane mostly gravel interior roads. Some tightness here and there but doable with a big rig. Relatively narrow sites set in the woods - satellite access very problematic. Mostly level with grass between the sites. Power OK, did not use water or sewer. Campground wifi had good signal with 1.1 Mbps; Verizon was 3 bars @ 2.2 Mbps; T-Mobile no service. No recycle on site that we found. OK road bike riding from campground. Good location for taking King Arthur baking classes. We would consider returning in the future. We camped at Quechee / Pine Valley KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Lake Placid / Whiteface Mtn. KOA, Wilmington, New York

Date of Stay: July, 2019 - $67.00
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A usually quiet, lightly wooded (enough for shade, too much for satellite, but you can still see the sky) campground. Wide asphalt entrance road turning to single lane mix of asphalt and gravel interior roads. Big rigs should drop the toad before going to site as some sites may require tight maneuvering. Some of the best organization for check-ins we have seen - we arrived the afternoon of July 3 with minimal congestion even with 68 rigs coming in that day. Multiple ground escorts that, if necessary to avoid a backup, will get you parked before checking in at the office. Multiple, well organized people in the office handling check-ins. Seemed to be mostly pull-thrus among the trees with a reasonable site spacing. Gravel, sand, dirt, and pine needles for the site and between sites. Mostly level sites (did not notice any tires off the ground) and no mud issues after rain. Sites included a picnic table and fire ring. Power, water, and sewer OK. Satellite access problematic. Campground wifi had excellent signal with 378 Kbps; Verizon was 3 bars @ 8.4 Mbps; T-Mobile no service. Single stream recycle on site taking most everything. Good road bike riding from campground. Very loud in front rows when they have their DJ parties above the office, but this apparently is only on holiday weekends for a few hours. We will stay here again. We camped at Lake Placid / Whiteface Mtn. KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Swan Bay Resort, Alexandria Bay, New York

Date of Stay: June, 2019 - $67.00
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A nice campground on the banks of the St Lawrence river. Tended to be a bit raucous in the early evenings especially when the weekenders came in. There was also a motorcycle rally going on for part of our stay. Asphalt entrance road with dual arrival lanes. Gated access with key card but gate was open most of the day. Mostly two lane, mostly asphalt (some gravel) interior roads. No issues with big rig access. Sites have reasonable separation and are mostly level with concrete pads, paver patios, gravel driveways, and grass between sites. Picnic tables and fire rings. Minimal views of the river unless in riverfront sites which are in higher traffic areas (e.g. the food truck and party pavilion). Power, water, sewer OK. No issues with satellite access from most sites. Campground wifi was rather flaky - at times it wouldn't connect, at times it wouldn't hand out an ip address, at times random disconnects. When it worked it was mostly fast. There was supposed to be a free slower option and a couple of paid options for streamable connections. We never saw the login page until the very end of our stay and it had no options for service and kept looping back to login page. It seems this was a work in progress with good concept, but currently weak implementation. We had both Verizon and T-Mobile available, but I seem to have misplaced my notes on them. Good recycling on site, but they were in the process of changing from accessible bins to bins behind a fence. New system this year of colored bags picked up at campsite. Good road bike rising from the campground. We might stay here again. We camped at Swan Bay Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Green Lakes State Park Campgrounds, Fayetteville, New York

Date of Stay: June, 2019 - $39.00
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Very quiet state park campground. This review is about the FHU section of the Pine Woods loop. Good asphalt entrance road with very spacious checkin area. Keep your campground receipt in car for access thru gatehouse during your stay. Interior roads mostly two lane asphalt except for the camping loops which were single lane asphalt posted for one way. Sites were a mix of pullthrus and backins with a reasonable pitch from road. No problem with big rig access though care needs to be taken at some spots. Mostly level asphalt sites with grass between the sites and reasonable separation. Picnic tables and fire rings. Power, water, sewer ok. Satellite access depends upon site with sites along southwestern perimeter most likely to have issues. No campground wifi; Verizon ok (misplaced my notes on the specifics); TMobile was 2 bars @ 3.6 Mbps. Some recycle on site (look behind the bathhouse). Great road bike riding. We would stay here again. We camped at Green Lakes State Park Campgrounds in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Red Rock Ponds RV Resort, Holley, New York

Date of Stay: May, 2019 - $42.00
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A very nice, lightly wooded campground along the Erie Canal with trail access just outside the campground. Ownership change during our stay, but new owner seemed to have thinking consistent with previous owner. Good wide gravel entrance road leading to good checkin area. Single lane gravel for interior roads with no directional markings so we witnessed multiple cases of rigs backing up due to meeting an oncoming rig. No real issues with big rigs except on the approaches to the campground as there are several routes that have canal crossings that are weight and/or height limited. We came up from I-90 via NY 98 to NY 104 to NY 387. Do not try crossing the bridge coming from the south via NY 237. Campsites were mostly backins. Gravel sites with grass between sites. Mostly level and reasonable separation. Picnic tables and fire rings. A lot of permanent setups, but mostly well maintained. Power, water, sewer ok. Satellite access iffy and highly site dependent. No campground wifi except in the office; Verizon was 2 bars @ 3.7 Mbps; TMobile no service. No recycling on site, but they did have a collection bin for redeemables to be "used for beautification of park". Some of the churches in the area had paper and cardboard recycling bins. OK road bike riding from campground, but the canal trail was a disappointment. It was packed gravel, but had been torn up presumably by the snowmobiles and was rough and bumpy. Good for a mountain bike, but much less so for a road bike. We would stay here again. We camped at Red Rock Ponds RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Maywood Community (55+ primarily long term), Chesterland, Ohio

Date of Stay: April, 2019 - $20.00
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This campground is a handful of backin sites in a 55 plus mobile home community. Not sure what the minimum stay is but they appear to cater to longer term stays (monthly). Overall the community is well kept up but the campsites show no maintenance efforts. Reasonable asphalt access road to the campsites with very potholed road at the campsites. Do not try to access campsites via Park Road - larger rigs will not make it thru the S-curve with close in fencing. Only viable access is via West Road - first right after entering community. Campsites are mostly broken up concrete except for site #2 which is dirt (mud in rainy season) with a few handfuls of gravel. Picnic table at each site. Struggling vegetation between sites with reasonable site spacing. A long drive on surface streets to get to the highways. Power, water, sewer ok. No issues with satellite access. Verizon was 5 bars with 12 Mbps; T-Mobile was 5 bars with 12.4 Mbps; no campground wifi. No recycle on site. Reasonable road bike riding from campground. Note cash or check only. We will look elsewhere. We camped at Maywood Community (55+ primarily long term) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Lebanon / Cincinnati NE KOA, Lebanon, Ohio

Date of Stay: April, 2019 - $49.00
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Another quiet countryside campground. A relatively long gravel entrance road with no end-to-end visibility that is not wide enough for two rigs to pass. Big rigs will want to stop at the dump station for checkin and NOT make the left turn to go up to the office. It's somewhat tight on the office loop with no good places to unhook the toad. Interior access roads are mostly decent single lane gravel. Mix of pullthru and backin sites. Mostly level gravel sites with good separation. Grass between sites and picnic tables. Power, water, sewer ok. Satellite access is site dependent. Verizon was 5 bars with 15.7 Mbps; T-Mobile was 3 bars with 770 Kbps; campground wifi had excellent signal with 155 Kbps. No recycle on site. No obvious road bike riding. We will stay here again. We camped at Lebanon / Cincinnati NE KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Louisville South KOA, Shepherdsville, Kentucky

Date of Stay: April, 2019 - $54.00
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A nice quiet park like country campground. They just put in a new playground area (spring '19). They could stand to do some site maintenance to remove muddy ruts here and there. Asphalt entrance road is kinda windy with lots of tire scrapes on the curb. Mix of asphalt and gravel access roads with some potholes. Gravel sites, grass between sites, picnic table, fire ring, reasonable site spacing, mostly level. Mix off pullthru and backins. Access roads single lane with traffic going both ways Power, water, sewer ok (somewhat elevated connection so may have trouble getting slope). Satellite is site dependent and probably seasonal as well due to lots of trees. Verizon was 3 bars with 2.9 Mbps, but feels sluggish so rate is apparently highly variable; T-Mobile was 4 bars with 107 Kbps; campground wifi good signal with 263 Kbps. No recycle. Possible road bike riding adjacent to campground We will stay here again. We camped at Louisville South KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Nashville East / Lebanon KOA, Lebanon, Tennessee

Date of Stay: March, 2019 - $42.00
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A mostly peaceful and quiet country campground. Best to approach the campground from the west or south via I-840, from the North using Briley Parkway. Frequent interchanges on the other highways combined with ongoing construction (spring '19) can make for a very slow drive using I-24, I-40, I-65, or even I-440. Asphalt entry road which narrows going around the side of the office then reverts to gravel and old asphalt. Sites are gravel (mostly pull thru for transient stays) and not very level lengthwise and only somewhat level side to side. Longer rigs will need very careful positioning within the site to be able to get level. Mix of struggling grass, weeds, and dirt between sites. Lots of trees thus possible satellite issues. Picnic table and fire ring at each site. Adequate site spacing. Access roads not wide enough to handle vehicles passing, but they seem to be mostly one-way. Some road noise going into the night, but mainly dies off except for the trucks with unmuffled jakes. Power, water, sewer ok. Satellite is very site dependent. Verizon was 2 bars with 695 Kbps; T-Mobile was 2 bars with 1.8 Mbps; campground wifi strong signal with multiple plans - free plan is 500K download, no streaming, reasonable speed. No recycle on site, but there are unattended dropoff points in Nashville. No obvious road bike riding. We will stay here again. We camped at Nashville East / Lebanon KOA in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Northgate RV Travel Park, Athens, Alabama

Date of Stay: March, 2019 - $30.00
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A country setting close to the interstate, but very quiet for the most part - loudest sound is generally the roosters crowing. Some road noise and the occasional train horn. Big rigs will need to swing wide before right turn into campground due to rather narrow entrance with fence on both sides followed quickly by another right turn. Narrow interior gravel roads 10'. Gravel sites with good angle from access roads, gravel area barely wide (10') enough to keep both sides of the rig on the gravel so in rainy conditions getting in and out involves walking through wet vegetation. Signs of mud rutting from rigs cutting the turns short. Somewhat narrow site spacing with weeds and grass between sites. Sites unlevel side to side and front to back - multiple rigs with one or more tires at least partially off the ground. No picnic table or fire rings. Power ok, water ok, sewer ok (threaded connection on raised pedestal so some rigs may have issues maintaining a slope down to the sewer). No problems with satellite access. Verizon was 4 bars with 6.7 Mbps; T-Mobile 4 bars with 18.2 Mbps; campground wifi had poor signal with 401 Kbps. No recycle on site, no obvious road bike riding opportunities. Note cash or check only. We might stay here again for an overnite or a short stay. We camped at Northgate RV Travel Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Cross City R.V. Park, Corinth, Mississippi

Date of Stay: March, 2019 - $20.00
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A very small pleasant rural campground. Narrow gravel access road (1.5 lanes maybe) with a short, but steep entrance. The entrance was not very obvious until right on top of it (it's the 3rd driveway - google has it as the 2nd driveway). Possibly a bottom out issue for rigs with large overhangs. Larger rigs will need to swing all the way into the oncoming lane to make the turn into the campground. Gravel interior roads and sites with decent width on roads and adequate site separation. Sites were well leveled with a good amount of gravel. Mostly pull thrus with a few backins. Power ok, did not use other utilities. Possible issues with satellite access depending upon the site. Verizon was 4 bars with 1.2 Mbps; T-Mobile 3 bars with 2.7 Mbps; campground wifi was poor signal with 181 Kbps. Some road noise from US 45 during the day. No recycle on site, no obvious road bike riding opportunities. We will overnite here again when passing thru the area. We camped at Cross City R.V. Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Downtown Riverside RV Park, North Little Rock, Arkansas

Date of Stay: March, 2019 - $32.00
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A very nice city campground right on the banks of the Arkansas River - high enough that we had no issues with water levels although they did briefly close later in the spring. Asphalt access roads with concrete pads for the sites. Swing wide to get through the levee and it may be difficult for two rigs to pass at this point, otherwise no big rig access issues. Mix of backins, pull thrus, and pullins that were mostly level. Power and water ok. Sewer connections are paired (at least in the front row) with no threads on the connection. If the other connection is unused, step on the cover before dumping as there may be backflow. 30A users need to have a pigtail as there are no 30A outlets - the office does sell them at 25% below the big box camping stores. No problems with satellite access. Verizon was 5 bars at 10.4 Mbps; T-Mobile was 4 bars at 14.7 Mpbs; campground wifi had poor signal with 309 Kbps. Note bags of ice "cubes" are really ice "blocks" - thawed and refrozen into big chunks. Excellent road bike riding opportunities (many miles of the Arkansas River Trail). Only soda can recycle on site. We will stay here again. We camped at Downtown Riverside RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Sunrise RV Park, Texarkana, Arkansas

Date of Stay: March, 2019 - $34.00
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Basic campground for an overnight. Rutted gravel access roads with entrance road narrow making it difficult for two rigs to pass. Sites are gravel and only somewhat level. Site was too short for rig with toad attached (65' combined length). Showing some wear and tear around the edges - potholes on the entrance road, muddy ruts along the access road edges. Reasonable big rig access, but you might have to drop your tow. Some noise from truck stop and trains, but not really loud. Power ok, did not use the other utilities. No problems with satellite access. Verizon 3 bars with 6.6Mbps, T-Mobile 2 bars with 14.8Mbps; campground wifi poor signal (high strength, but high noise) with 445Kbps. No obvious road bike riding. No recycling. We will look elsewhere next time. We camped at Sunrise RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 198
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 46

Twin Coves Park, Flower Mound, Texas

Date of Stay: February, 2019 - $40.00
Overall Rating:

A very nice city campground along Grapevine Lake. Somewhat higher elevation than other campgrounds around the lake thus it handles high water levels better. Long gated asphalt access road leading to the campground. Campground has asphalt access roads that are about a lane and a half. Sites are a mix of backins and pull thrus with mostly level concrete pads. Reasonable big rig access. Grass between the sites, picnic tables and grills at each site, all have some view of the water. Very quiet for a metroplex campground - only aircraft noise from DFW. Power, water, sewer ok. No problems with satellite access. Verizon was 3 bars with 3.2Mbps; T-Mobile 3 bars with 12.4Mpbs. Campground wifi had good signal with multiple plans - free was 500K download with no streaming, hard to gauge speed with such a limited download. Good road bike riding from campground. Full single stream recycling on site. We will stay here again. We camped at Twin Coves Park in a Motorhome.

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