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The place was ok the sites were small and there's a lot of stagnant water making it filled with bugs. The site we were in had a flood spot in it so we couldn't sit in the screen tent without getting out feet soaked. The 2 Bathhouses were like most though the have a tether ball out front.
This is a fantastic campground. It is clean. The staff are friendly. The pool area and hot tub are open until 8pm and are at a comfortable temperature. We stayed in the newer area with larger spots near the entrance to the park. There are activities and food within walking distance. The mini golf…
Nice large sites, great bike paths to explore. Lots of hills though in the heat was a bit challenging. :) Definitely must have bikes.
There are a lot more permanent sites than open sites for transient guests, and sadly many were run down. No dogs allowed.
Speed limit is 5 mph, don’t even try going 7 mph even on a downhill.
Beverages will be checked at the pool, only water allowed, no soda or alcohol. Mosquitos were out of…
Horrible camp ground, unkept and run down. Muddy Pot holes on every road. Dirty bathrooms, Pool is the only amenity. Zero activities. Without water and power for over 12+ hours. Flooded site, unpleasant and incompetent staff. We will not be returning.
This has quickly become my favorite place to camp solely because of the sites all being in wooded areas that aren't cramped, and also for the kayaking. The lake itself is beautiful and so fun to be out on the water. There are a bunch of small islands throughout the lake to pull up on a sandbar and…
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Close to the beach and other area activities.
Nice clean camp ground. Beautiful dog park with agility course. Restrooms were clean and centrally located.
This is a city park with a beach and a campground. This is a no frills campground, though there is a playground and beach. It’s less than 2 miles from Salem and on the trolley line.
First of all, the location is a little quirky and I think I only arrived once without a wrong turn! Watch the GPS carefully. That said, it’s very close to Hampton Beach and you can easily drive or bike over. The campground is parallel to US1, so there is some road traffic noise. Some of the tent…
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To be fair to the campground when we were there it rained a lot! The campsite behind ours got totally flooded and the peoples stuff was soaked! The bathrooms were not kept very clean and all of the showers were clogged. But there is a nice river you can float down so that was nice! I would get a…
This park was much bigger than I thought. Great tree covered spots on Horse island. Next time I will try to get a water's edge spot and bring a float.
I was disappointed that the swimming area was closed due to bacteria in the water. I'm not sure if that is typical for this place.
The one other…
Sea Coast is very clean and well kept. Their location is close to Hampton Beach and Rye sea walk and good restaurants including a doughnut shop within walking distance.
So clean, friendly staff and plenty to do here or close by. Minutes away from some very nice beaches