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rating [ 9/10 ]
A quiet, well maintained place. Sites much larger than average. Free Wi-Fi was, fast, and faultless. We were located close to the Lemur/bird cages. The noises did not bother us in the least. The inmates seemed content and well cared for. Beach access is within walking distance for most. About .5 mile or so. Worth the walk. We would reccommend Jerry's Foods for an excellent, well-priced lunch place. It's head and shoulders over most of the other places on the island. My only gripe is that there is no space available in Jan/Feb.
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is our 4th visit to this peaceful campground. The things that keep us coming back are it's large campsites, proximity to Ellsworth's shopping and dining, and minimal highway noise. For some unfathomable reason, it's never crowded, a huge bonus point. Acadia is just a quick half-hour ride, and Schoodic just a tad further. We took advantage of a rainy morning yesterday in order to do laundry. Clean well-lit modern machines, even an iron and board were available. The wireless never failed... using it now to write this. And on the negative side; my pet peeve. Off level RV parking. This site was a 2 board site.. This was offset by the spacious, grassy area. ...we'll be back.
rating [ 7/10 ]
The RC is one of those love/hate sort of places. You've gotta love the beaches and sunsets. Hate the tiny, crowded campsites. The staff is attentive and helpful. Did I mention the crowded campsites..? We will return.. Hooked on the gulf, I guess.
rating [ 9/10 ]
We've made around six visits to this (my favorite) Cape Cod campground. The sites are well maintained, and afford, thanks to well located trees/shrubs, privacy that's not usually found. No water view, but you can hear the surf on the backside of the Cape. A few minutes walk thru typical CC woodlands and kettleholes will bring you to Highland Light. 2 minutes in a vehicle, and you're at an ocean beach. No traffic noises, beautiful scenery, and that clear air. Works for us. Probably the best kept secret on the Cape.
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