Alan

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5/5/2019

Hide-A-Way Campsites Central Bridge, NY
526 days ago

Alan 5 reviews

"Hope you like loud playing children"

Long sites with crushed stones. Winding narrow road to get to it. Site backed onto playground so had noise until 6pm drowning out our DVD despite shutting windows, Most campers are long term around the perimeter. Water/electric only. Has dump site.

Graham Cave State Park Montgomery City, MO
530 days ago

Alan 5 reviews

"Great for smaller trailers"

Very hilly and sharp turns. Took several tries to get into tarred spot between trees. Spots are not level. Not many people here. Have fan on so we can’t hear I-70 traffic. But so much better than RV parks right near I-70.

538 days ago

Alan 5 reviews

"Okay for an overnight."

Be prepared for train horn and noisy machinery around 8:30 am and on. Water was light orange, so opted not to use it. Okay for an overnight. Walked to nearby Mexican Restaurant. Was raining, so didn’t scout out the river path, plus was having... Read more

Robertsville State Park Robertsville, MO
546 days ago

Alan 5 reviews
Have to make reservations; paid $21 for electric, plus $8.50 fee, got $2 off 65+. Sites have to be backed into, and very hard to get into from the angles and steep sides. We only have a 17’ trailer, but took 3 bites to get it in. I chose #13... Read more

Mohegan Sun Pocono Wilkes Barre, PA
550 days ago

Alan 5 reviews
Tried Lot D but too uneven and wanted to stay hooked up. Opted for the gravel lot across from Lot E. Getting a wonderful breeze and cool inside the RV. The tractor trailers are parked in Lot E together and I am far enough away that I can’t hear... Read more
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Hide-A-Way Campsites
Central Bridge, NY
"Hope you like loud playing children"
Graham Cave State Park
Montgomery City, MO
"Great for smaller trailers"
"Okay for an overnight."
Robertsville State Park
Robertsville, MO
 
Mohegan Sun Pocono
Wilkes Barre, PA
 
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