Nice quiet campground with access to DC via the bus stop down the road a pinch. The greeter gave us info on riding the bus to the subway into DC which we did with no trouble. We missed having WiFi access but you can get it at the shopping mall by Staples down the road 5 miles or so. There is a sewer dump as you exit the campground. We found this to be a really nice campground to stay at for our visit to DC.
Nice park - Wifi only available near their game room. Quiet neighbors, pull thru sites. Some of the sites towards the front are tighter. Full campground but we enjoyed our time and it had easy access to Philadelphia sites we came to see.
Lovely well kept campground. Not inexpensive but there is wireless all over. Indoor Pool, jacuzzi, sauna, exercise equipment and a nice lady to give concierge advice on touring in the area. We traveled to Boston, Newport RI, Cape Cod, and other areas. Our family enjoyed this campground.
Very nice little park. No bathrooms/showers but we liked the greeter here. Very helpful. WiFi is available at no cost if you request the password. Nice little laundry cabin. We toured the White Mountains from here and rode the Cog Railway at Mount Washington (11 mi away).
The flushing bathrooms are called comfort stations at the end of the lake. WiFi was free and the location is beautiful with a morning view of the lake. A nice little campground. There is a charge for showers.
Nice park not far from Sodus Point and the lake. Many of the camp inhabitants are longer term campers. Wireless internet for 1 hr/1 time sign on free and then pay available for longer. Little waterfall in Wolcott to view nearby.
Very nice park with lots of trees and a private feeling. Quiet with clean bathroom/shower rooms. Wireless for a fee or you can drive into Wilmington by the visitor center and get wireless from the public library if you just want to check email. Enjoyed the Adirondacks and a drive to Lake Placid from this park.
Delightful small campground just behind the War Coliseum off Coliseum Blvd. Bathrooms require a combination code. There is a sewer/water dump station by the bathroom but no hook-ups at campsites. The camp hosts were friendly and helpful. The park closes for Johnny Appleseed days and winter but we enjoyed the easy access to the nearby Allen County Public Library (4-5 miles away). Tall trees for shade, gravel roads.