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Review: Thousand Trails Sea Pines in Swainton, N.J.

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One of our favorite campground stays was at a beautiful, wooded park in the quaint Cape May Court House area of New Jersey, and it goes by the name of Sea Pines RV Resort. This resort offered a variety of amenities, beautiful scenery, and a fun-loving sense of community that we appreciated very much.

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Review: Wellington/Fort Collins North, Colo., KOA

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Despite a few negatives, our overall experience at this campground was very good. We will definitely be returning here many times. The Fort Collins North/Wellington KOA is a great place to stay while visiting the numerous attractions in this area.

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Review: Mountain View RV Park in Wheatland, Wyo.

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When I first arrived at the RV park I was not very enthusiastic. It appeared to be an okay park in a boring little town. But after spending time there, I grew to wholeheartedly love both the RV park and the town. It’s a hidden gem that most would drive right by and never stop to see.

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Review: Rock Springs KOA in Rock Springs, Wyo.

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The KOA in Rock Springs, Wyo., is a great place to spend a night or a week while traveling across I-80 toward your next destination. We had the privilege of staying there for almost three months while my husband was working in the area.

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Review: LePage Park in Rufus, Ore.

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It is primary a reservoir with boat ramp and picnic/tenting area. There are 30 electric and water only sites, with about 10 pull-throughs, that are right on the lake. The bathrooms are just vault toilets and no running water.

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Review: Lake Pleasant RV Park in Bothell, Wash.

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With nearly every full hookup site located on the water, Lake Pleasant RV Park offers a good base camp from which to explore the Seattle area and Pudget Sound. There a few amenities, but it's proximity to everything else is worth the $44 nightly fee.

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