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05/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
This could be a very nice campground, but it needs work. Very remote and extremely quiet. Lots of trees and nearly every site is shaded. Close to Morgantown and Cheat Lake. The interior roads and sites need a lot of maintenance. They were very rough and needed grading. Most sites require extreme leveling of your rig. The small amount of grass surrounding the sites was very high. Wi-Fi was available near the office. We would not return to this CG.
09/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
This resort is used by the snowbirds so it was not very crowded in September. The grounds are secure and the sites are clean and well laid out. Long pull through sites with plenty of room and paved area with table. Roads are wide and paved. Friendly staff. Good cell phone and internet connections. Convenient to the interstate but quiet.
09/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice, well kept park with great facilities. Secure. Beautiful sites. Five pools all with hot tubs. Staff and full time residents very friendly and helpful. Casinos close by and the strip only a few miles away. Would stay here again.
09/2010
rating [ 5/10 ]
Entrance not well marked. Used concrete highway slabs, even with yellow lines on them, positioned on each site for patio. Good hook-ups. Not an attractive park but priced right and convenient for overnight stop.
09/2010
rating [ 4/10 ]
It is overpriced and and overrated but convenient to interstate. Most of the concrete pads are severely cracked and broken. The road noise is loud. There are lots of big trees some of which may be in the way for big rigs. There are weeds growing on the sites and general upkeep is poor. It is great for families and with the lake and activities.
07/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice campground, with many sites located in heavily wooded area. Roads are primarily paved with fairly level gravel sites. Wooded sites are quite large for a KOA and but some can be tight to maneuver into for big rigs. Other sites are located in an open parking lot environment. Lots of activities, including a NYC tour package, however during our stay it was cancelled due to lack of participation. Friendly staff and a large campstore. On the downside this KOA is quite pricey even after KOA discounts. Rate for a regular 30 amp site includes $7/night for each camper more than a base of two and a $4/night Resort/Activities Fee. Cable TV is limited to basically network channels and available Wi-Fi is spotty and slow. Low voltage was experienced which limited A/C use during 95+ degree weather. We stayed over a holiday weekend which required a minimum of 3 nights.
08/2009
rating [ 6/10 ]
Best campground to view the high and low tide at the Hopewell Rocks whose entrance is only one mile away. Location of hookups are confusing, requiring some units to back in and others to pull forward into site. Sites were generally level but not well defined. On our last night, the electric service in the area, as well as the water service at the campground, went out for over 12 hours due to a storm. Also, we were unable to connect to the Wi-Fi at anytime during our stay.
08/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
We echo the comments made by others regarding this campground. Clean, well maintained park that is a good place to stay for exploring Amish country of Ohio. The indoor pool, with a sliding roof, was great. Would definitely stay here again.
08/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Good location to explore the area around Stowe. Side by side hook ups with adequate room. Not much in the way of trees for shade but sites are generally grass and reasonably level. Well cared for but not fancy. We would camp here again.
08/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice campground, close to Ausable Chasm, Lake Champlain, and other local attractions. Quiet location near interstate but free of highway noise. Gravel sites were level, some with large pine and oak trees for shade. Neat and clean campground. Would stay here again.
08/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
A very nice campground west of Bangor. This place had a fresh clean look. Quiet location several miles from highway noise. Gravel sites were fairly level. Would stay here again.
09/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed at Headquarters Campground. It's very convenient to Alma, NB. You easily walk there to view the bay or to eat. Many hiking trails are available from the campground or within easy driving distance. The sites were level, shady and the grounds were clean. It is very quiet and relaxing. We would return again.
09/2009
rating [ 2/10 ]
This park is way overpriced for what is available. The only thing this campground had going for it was a decent looking pool which closed on Labor Day. Wi-Fi was available at a location near the office. About 90-95% of the sites were extended stay and the sites available to transients were difficult to maneuver into due to trees and other obstacles. Roads were paved and the sites were all sand or gravel, no grass. The park was not clean as there was litter in the site we occupied and the two adjacent sites. Upon arrival, we had to dump our tanks. The site had a connection which consisted of an 8 foot length of PVC pipe on an incline to the point where it entered the ground. When I dumped the tanks, a fair amount of waste leaked onto the ground from the elbow connection that entered the ground. I notified maintenance and was told that the system consisted of a pit that serviced 4 sites and another site had most likely recently dumped their tank and the system was overloaded. To minimize the problem, I was told to leave the waste valve slightly open during the extent of my stay. The aroma of waste was detectable for the 2 days of our stay. Needless to say, we will not return to this campground.
09/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
A very nice campground located about 5 miles from the interstate. Sites were shady, clean and level. New owners are slowly upgrading all facilities to make this a well rated facility. Will return here in the future.
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