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Reviews of Bethpage Camp Resort 2 people have reviewed this location.

Ratings Summary

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Cell Phone Coverage

3bars
AT&T 4G/LTE
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 7/26/2017
2bars
T-Mobile 4G/LTE
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 10/16/2019
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carl2591
Raleigh, NC 30' airstream Classic 2003 Ford F-250 SD
10 reviews
“Drive through to check out while in area. ”

Reviewed 10/16/2019

Nightly rate: $1
Days stayed: 0
Site Number: 1
Overall Rating

So we did a drive through of this RV resort believing it was part of the Thousand Trails/ Trails Collection Encore park which allows you to stay for up to 14 days in most parks for no charge as a part of you TT membership benefit.

Well I am here to tell you, as they told us in no uncertain terms,,,, THEY ARE NOT an Encore resort and NOT affiliated with TT or Encore WHATSOEVER!!!.

We drove in an got to talking with one of the ladies in the sales office.. They sell new and used set up RV's and now the Park Models you see that look like a tiny house. They are considered annual use units from April till mid Nov when the places mostly closed for the winter.

This is a huge park with lots of spaces for transit and non transit units, and they have several different size cabins for rent as well.

They are a small city with stores, water slides, swimming pools, basketball courts etc on site. When asked about a rate sheet was told they do not have set prices.. they are demand driven prices..

take for instance when the Oyster festival in the local town, which is a big deal it seem, the prices goes from like $45 dollars a night (weekday in oct) for a large site to $120 a night and they pack 2 units on one large site.

Information on the site map mentions a $4 dollar a day "resort Fee" on less than monthly stays.. so just beware the price is higher than stated..
"All of our sites are full hook-up with water, sewer, 30 & 50 AMP electrical service, cable TV and WiFi. From shade to sun, grass to patio, pull through to back in, all of our sites were made for your enjoyment.

Super sites also include paved parking, concrete patio, fire rings, free-standing grills, large picnic tables, and 50 amp service."

The annual rates for the different sections range from $5800 to $6400 a year.. WOW..

its a super nice place and looks like a lot of fun. The spots are wide somewhat flat but most are grass and when it rains some of them hold water for a bit. If the prices was a bit less I might be a better place in my mind.

The roads around the area are paved and nice with wide approaches so getting in and out dont see to be a big deal.

One review commented on the trees.. there are a lot of trees which appear to have been purposely planted years ago between each camp spot.. They are on the line that reflect the meter and hook up base as the "line" between sites. They are now hugh pines so the amount of sun and sat signal will be limited.. the transit sites of which there are a lot all have FHU and cable TV hookups so that helps somewhat.

T mobile was decent in some areas and non existence in other. suspect verizon and ATT to be better.

Big take away as this is NOT and encore usage park in any way shape or form.

They are sister to Grays Point Campground which we did not go see and they are listed as Encore usage with TT and are NOT.. and have the same "resort fee". buyer beware. :)

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42 reviews
“Too many trees”

Reviewed 7/26/2017

Nightly rate: $85
Days stayed: 4
Site Number: CM06
Overall Rating

We did not like this park because of the trees and the price.
This is a huge park with a water park, pool and many amenities. Would have rated a 10 except for the price and trees. We were there for an Entegra Rally and had a wonderful time, but had it not been for that we would have been bored. There is no sightseeing in the area. We would not return because $95.00 is too much to pay for any park. Site with grass for $85, but if you want a paved site it is $95. Had good wifi, but could not get satellite because of the trees. They do have cable.

Access
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Site Quality
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3bars
AT&T 4G/LTE

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Amenities

Hookups
  • 50 Amp
  • 30 Amp
  • 20 Amp
  • water
  • sewer
  • Full Hookups
Connectivity
  • wifi: yes
Recreation
  • playground
  • swimming pool: onsite
Site Amenities
  • big rig
  • picnic table
  • pull thru
Facilities
  • dump station
  • laundry
  • rv storage
  • swimming pool: onsite
Pets
  • pets

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