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user-5259281001086976 wrote a review for Mauch Chunk Lake Park (Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania)
Pets
FYI - Pets are not permitted
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The-Tabernacle wrote a review for Carowinds Camp Wilderness Resort (Charlotte, North Carolina)
Interesting but can only imagine during peak season
The campsites are relatively level and to be honest with you there's absolutely nothing wrong with anything. That said let me give you the must knows about the campground. Coming into the campground can be a little tricky, do not miss the term or turn into the amusement park first. The address to the campground is beyond the main amusement park entrance. This is the only reason it got four stars, there are no firings. In order to light a fire you have to rent a fire ring or bring your own which in this day and age, it's a fire ring. I'm willing to spend an additional Buck a night or two to cover the cost of a fire ring. As with any commercial park, the spaces are type. Yes you can put your own and out but you might have a little bit of issue laying down a rug if there's a tree right in front of you. We stayed there for one night so it really wasn't a big deal, I was almost tempted not even to put my slide out for the amount of time that we were there. If you are not accustomed to using water pressure regulators you want to get custom now because the water pressure is about 110 PSI coming out of the faucet. One thing you don't have to worry about is losing pressure of somebody's taking a shower and trying to wash dishes at the same time I had to drive completely around the park with 53 feet of Motorcoach and Tow vehicle and I had no problem maneuvering the grounds. All of the times are wide enough that my eight-year-old could have made them I heard no jet traffic at all however it seems like every Campground in the South has a train track near it. Its not that bad but you hear it over the jets.
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user-4543284149485568 wrote a review for George Clayton Hall County Park (Grand Island, Nebraska)
Great place for an overnighter!
Enjoyed the peace and quiet. Nicely maintained park, ELECTRIC ONLY!! Limit 7 days. That’s ok. Lots of local walkers and runners during open hours. (7am to 8:38pm) Sites are of various sizes, pull-thrus are medium size. We had a VERY LARGE site to accommodate our very large rig . BACK-IN. Water station on the way in and a dump on the way out. Also a self registration station that was conveniently located near the long large sites. Walmart is a little over 2 mikes away. (NOT walking distance for us!)
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user-5884874438213632 wrote a review for ParkCanada RV (Tsawwassen, British Columbia)
Good location, poor upkeep
Parkcanada RV Park is located in Tsawwassen, BC just a few minutes down the road from the Tsawwassen ferry terminal servicing Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. Located beside the Big Splash Water Park (commonly called the Tsawwassen Waterslide), just west of the new Tsawwassen Mills shopping centre, it's easy to find. It's an older park with back-in and pull-thru full-service sites, but without 50 amp electrical. Our full-service pull-thru site was extremely tight for getting in with our 43 ft coach. There are lots of stray dogs and cats running around and you do have to be careful where you walk. This is a location with lots of potential but poor upkeep brings it down. We stayed here due to necessity but it's not a location I would recommend to friends. The picture in this listing is misleading. It is not nearly as good looking as the picture indicates.
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user-5286940590473216 wrote a review for The Barnyard RV Park (Lexington, South Carolina)
Parked in the over flow. The water clogged up our plumbing. Trash trucks came into the flea market next door at 4 and at 6 in the morning.