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Date of Stay:
August, 2018 -
Placed in front pull-thru sites. These are the only sites we saw that would fit big rigs. The lady at check-in said we could stay connected in the site but couldn't make the U-turn into the road. Had to stop and disconnect in the middle of trying to make turn. Also, wouldn't have been able to make turn into the site if still connected. Back area of campground is down a hill as is a third pool, tennis courts, volleyball and basketball courts. Campground clearly caters to seasonal renters and overflows with kids on weekends. Some seasonal sites look quite junky. Small fenced pet area had ground covered in wood chips and large tires half buried in dirt for dogs to play around. Small sandy playground for kids. Friendly staff, good power and water pressure, small stone fire pit. Sewer connection above ground level and wouldn't twist on. Required weights be put on top to hold connection in place. Pools clean but crowded, didn't use bathroom/shower facilities. Internet connection was useless. I thought rate was very expensive for services and facilities provided (no discounts are offered). Use caution when cutting across Waterhouse Road that merges with Rt 28 just before the campground entrance, it can be a very dangerous area. Time your approach to the campground or you will end up in a long back up of traffic waiting to cross the Bourne Bridge onto Cape Cod. Friday traffic is extremely bad going onto Cape Cod. We camped at Bay View Campground in a Motorhome.
Expensive ice cream at Clammy's store.
Date of Stay:
August, 2018 -
This is a very difficult campground to rate. I have a 45' Class A towing a large SUV. Big rigs MUST access the campground entrance from the North on Rt 9 (use I-87, Exit 23) or you absolutely will not make the turn. While I liked being in the wooded, forest setting it was very difficult to access my site. You must disconnect before attempting to traverse the very steep hills and tight turn to get to the "big rig" sites at the back of the campground. You almost have to be a mountain goat to access these sites which are staggered up a hillside. It is doable but not for the timid or inexperienced driver. Two rigs cannot pass each other on the small roads. Sites are sand and mine was not level front to back. When leaving had to back out of site as there was a large dip to cross to get onto road which would have cause the front of motorhome to scrape the ground. It rained a lot and sand was everywhere tracked inside the motorhome, on cords and hoses, splashed up the sides of my coach and car. It is extremely dark at night and the roads/turns are not well marked (you are in the middle of a forest). Make sure you memorize some landmarks to your site. Office staff was pleasant. Kids had fun in the clean pool and small playground area. Small arcade games room (bring change) a couple which didn't work. Did not use bathrooms. Steady power, low water pressure, internet not available at my site but there is a hot spot at the office, adequate but fuzzy cable, two bars on Verizon, no service on Sprint. Expensive for what you get but location and proximity to Lake George is everything. This is a wonderful campground for smaller travel trailers, pop ups and tents with lots of buffer between sites. Campground is better suited for smaller units, not big rigs. But the very steep hills, tight turn and unlevel, messy sandy sites is just not the place I want to be jockeying my motorhome around so I don't think I would return. We camped at Adirondack Camping Village in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
July, 2018 -
Dusty! Terribly dusty! Roads gravel, dust was everywhere. The staff greeted us warmly and were very nice and helpful. However, they only have basic training so if you need/ask anything out of the ordinary they won't know the answer but will happily make phone calls or do whatever is necessary to assist. We had a "pull-in" premium site. Unfortunately there are no views of the water if there's somebody next to you. Only oceanfront sites have a water view. Some oceanfront sites are nice with a bit of shade but others have no shade and are so tight you can't open your awning and stepping out your front door will run you into an electric pole or sewer line. Very small pool with no shaded area. Bare, empty fenced area dog area. Absolutely nothing for kids. The game room has a few board games, no other entertainment. This is strictly a very expensive place for big rigs to park while seeing the sites. Don't pay extra for any type of upgraded site - just not worth it. Oh, and there is a $4/day "resort" fee. In your wildest imagination this couldn't be classified as any type of resort. Did I mention DUSTY?? Keep your windows closed! Will be looking elsewhere next time. We camped at Narrows Too Camping Resort - Thousand Trails in a Motorhome.
Eat at Lunt's or Trenton Bridge for great lobster.