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Pomona RV Park – Galloway, NJ

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Posted by on Aug 10, 2007 in New Jersey | 0 comments

Pomona RV Park is a nice place, at a good price ($37 a night), with excellent WiFi and very deep cable selection, and mostly shaded sites with cement pads that keep the sand and dirt outside. Apparently, new owners took over in January of this year (2007) and have been pretty busy since then, upgrading and repairing the place.

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Turning Stone Campground – Verona, NY

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Posted by on Jul 29, 2007 in New York | 12 comments

A part of the Onieda Casino complex, one-half mile from the Casino and numerous golf courses, Turning Stone is one really fine campground....

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Highland Campground – Scranton, PA

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Posted by on Jul 28, 2007 in Pennsylvania | 0 comments

Highland Campground is a nice place at a good price (about $32 a night). The campground is located about six miles off I-81 North, but not too far. We had a nice, level private site, with a clean pool, a great arcade with excellent 1980's vintage games, and a really pleasant owner.

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Drummer Boy Campging Resort – Gettysburg, PA

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Posted by on May 17, 2007 in Pennsylvania | 1 comment

We stayed at Drummer Boy Campging Resort for four nights in the second week of May of 2007 in our Class C. Before we left, we had read a review that discussed highway noises in the first 50 sites, so we called and they put us out back in a 300-level numbered site. This isn't a complaint, but the campground property runs for about a country mile, down route 15 (very busy 24/7 with a 65 MPH speed limit) and the property is closer to 15 at the low sites (near the store and mini golf), but we heard the low roar of traffic even from our site. There's really no avoiding some of that highway noise anywhere at Drummer Boy b/c of its location.

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Fiesta Key KOA – Long Key, FL

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Posted by on Jan 1, 2007 in Florida | 0 comments

Fiesta Key KOA is located at MM 70 and long-rumored to be sold for condo development. We returned here for one night on the way home from Key West (we stayed here for a week last year before Christmas), and while scenic, this is a campground whose transitional status makes it an unpleasant place to camp, with some caveats. They're not booking or people aren't coming, so there's a lot of open sites and open space now. Plus the camp store has closed and moved to the smaller marina store, where 50 percent off clearance sales make some items very affordable.

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Interstate Inn RV Park – Weldon, NC

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Posted by on Dec 31, 2006 in North Carolina | 0 comments

Interstate Inn RV Park is located a tenth of a mile to the east of I-95, exit 173, and behind the Interstate Inn. This campground is a good...

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Lake Harmony RV Park – Townsend, GA

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Posted by on Dec 23, 2006 in Georgia | 0 comments

Lake Harmony RV Park is located about an hour south of Savannah, just far enough off I-95 so traffic noise was a faint and acceptable hum...

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Sugarloaf Key/Key West KOA – Sugarloaf Key, FL

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Posted by on Dec 23, 2006 in Florida | 0 comments

Located at MM 20, The Sugarloaf Key KOA has a lot to offer, with a few caveats. It's filled up since we got here about nine days before XMas when it was wide-open, which was nice given the exceedingly narrow site we rented (at 110 a night, plus 6 bucks a day extra for wireless access) right on the beach. But being on the beach has been great, with some really nice neighbors. A nice clean beach, volleyball set-up, lots of lounges available, plus our site backs literally right up to the beach. The staff puts everyone in at a different angle, so you open your door looking right at the door of your neighbor... don't know why. The utilities are easily accesible, though, so if you don't mind close or think the beach access is worth it, take advantage and spend the extra thirty bucks and go beachside.

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Staunton Verona KOA – Verona, VA

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Posted by on May 23, 2006 in Virginia | 0 comments

OK, while walking around with the dogs, a guy from Texas, in a nice Class A (maybe a Monaco) with a reasonably sized tow vehicle gave me a...

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Knoxville East KOA – Kodak, TN

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Posted by on May 22, 2006 in Tennessee | 1 comment

When you approach Knoxville East KOA campground, engage your four-wheel drive. Just kidding, but the truth is the gravel driveway is loose, the hill is a bit steep, and there are numerous washouts. I wouldn't bring my hundred grand-plus land yacht up here until they get some pavement in. This is the main weakness here. There are deluxe sites, but for some reason the team chose to get a basic one tonight. The regular sites are mostly level and all shaded with mature trees.

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