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Old 07-20-2010, 10:01 PM   #1
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Great campground (Woodalls 5*), lots of things for kids to do,
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Thanks for the report.

We are going there for the first time, mid Aug, with our 8 year old grandchild.
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Do you know what site you are at? Any questions I can help with?
We stayed for 5 nights, got into the outlet's once with the trolley, and once into Lake George itself with the LG trolley ($1.00 per person each way). The East side (we are at 424) is closest to arcade and ice cream cafe.
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Im not sure what site we have. Their website suggested that if it you're not familiar with the campground, it's best to let them assign one. What I asked for was a pull-thru, shade, near pool and sports.
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I've heard that you cannot really request sites from other people, but we did our request for shady, quiet, level, and pull through and they gave us options when we got there. The one we chose (their first option) was not a pull through, but it was fine for our 32' (without toad). We were just around the corner from the indoor and outdoor pool, from the entertaining pavilion, and the older (pg13) movies). There are also some paved sites (it's actually a parking lot that they modified into campsites - yuck!). The cafe is on this side with snack items - if you purchase a plastic cup with drink, refills of anything in the cup are only $1. Good deal. It also had basketball and tennis courts nearby. This was the 400's side. The other half had another movie theatre (for younger audiences), tennis, bocce, shuffleboard court and baseball field. You will have a great time, I'm sure! send me a message if you want! Wifi by the way costs, but you can buy multiple days for less than the single day price!
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