New Campground Review Added for Chestnut Lake Resort, New Jersey
New Campground Review Added for Pine Cone Resort, New Jersey
August 14th, 2016 NIce Campground
Nice place part of the Thousand Trails Group. Some nice upgrades in the last couple of years. Need more work on electrical outlets and widen roads a bit. Office and workers are helpful and nice.
New Campsite Review Added for Tettegouche State Park, Minnesota - Campsite G
August 14th, 2016 Nice and Quiet
Not a Resort, almost no activities, Owner and Office worker have business working in a business that deals with other humans. Avoid contact at all costs!!!!
New Campsite Review Added for Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, California - Campsite 097
August 13th, 2016 Where's the Beach?
This is a very nice site but a bit of a walk to the beach. At the time that we stayed, there was a path down to the rocks by the lake, but you have to scale the slope down with a rope. All in all very nice!
New Campsite Review Added for Inverhuron Provincial Park, Ontario - Campsite 136
August 9th, 2016 Trailer close to road, tent would be ok
Campsite is close to the campground road, and close to a water faucet. If you have a trailer, people come to get water and seems like they are almost inside your trailer. Large tree is too close to open the awning. Tent area is nicely hidden in the back of the site with plenty of privacy from the road. Site is not wide enough for a tow vehicle of any size beside the trailer, but there is plenty of parking for it right along side the road if nobody else takes it.
New Campground Review Added for Syringa Provincial Park, British Columbia
August 6th, 2016 Big, private site
40 foot fifth wheel pulled in with a crew cab dually, no issues. A second vehicle on site would have been tight, but probably would have fit. No height issues. Bring at least 20 meters of electric cord. Water tap is threaded, 50 foot hose needed to get there. I wish all this info was available before I got there.
BrianC wrote a Campsite Review for Lake Maria State Park, MN - Campsite B04
August 3rd, 2016 Syringa Provincial Park
The park is beautiful. Beach not gray and water is not very boat friendly. This is a Family friendly campground but not adult friendly after 10pm! Why? Quiet time is at 10pm. Understandably. But That means no talking amongst adults. So sitting enjoying a fire but you can`t say a word or you`ll have a Ranger shining a light in your face! He won`t show
His face! Him and his assistant were caught ease dropping on the edge of a campground! When the Rangers were approached he didn`t say too much but the guest was not pleased. We were next door and didn`t hear their small gathering of people. I feel they were mistreated during their stay. Another lady came out to tell them it was illegal to be standing and listening to campsite conversations. I hope he gets fired.
New Campsite Review Added for Whitewater State Park, Minnesota - Campsite 16e
August 3rd, 2016 Quiet Spot!
Fantastic spot! Large and quiet. about 3/4 mile hike from the parking lot. It has a food locker, so don`t forget your lock!
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August 3rd, 2016 One of the Best
I`ve camped at this site more than once. The grass might be getting a little thin next to the pad and when it rains there is some mud but it dries up quickly. Nice berm next to the pad on the right for some isolation. The fire ring and picnic area of the site is very large, plenty of room for guests. A thin line of trees and vegetation on the back side but the neighboring camper is nearby in the rear. Great state park with no mosquitoes.
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July 26th, 2016 Nice Rustic Secluded Park
Stayed at this park for the second time in late July, 2016. Campsites are nicely secluded from each other but several do not have level sites for larger tents. Nice mix of easy and challenging trails, but some of the river crossings are prone to flooding after rain. Minimal mosquitoes, but small black flies were abundant. Large playground area adjacent to campsites. No firewood was available at the time we stayed so we had to drive to Plainview about 4 miles away to buy it. Only saw the park ranger drive through one time in three days. If you want a quiet experience, this park can provide it.