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Old 05-28-2013, 09:51 PM   #1
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Just finished a bowl of N.E.Clam chowder and 1/2 dozen clam cakes. We'll be at Fisherman's State Park all week, working on our sunburns, and sucking up the fresh ocean air.
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I'm envious, enjoy it.
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Just were there

We were at Fisherman's earlier this month. Of course, we're lucky and only live 45 mins away - nice little getaway!

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PS - our avatar was taken at Fisherman's :-)
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Day tripped to Fisherman's Memorial SP a month ago. What a beautiful spot can't wait to spend more time there in the Winnebago. Which area do you prefer upper park or lower park?
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A little better views of the water from the lower, they have sewer hook ups as well and cost $5. a night more.

My wife tells me their site says they are booked through October but they usually seem to be able to find a spot for the night then play site shuffle if you want a few more days.

They do have a dump site by the entrance.
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Day tripped to Fisherman's Memorial SP a month ago. What a beautiful spot can't wait to spend more time there in the Winnebago. Which area do you prefer upper park or lower park?
Well theirs four sections, #1 the most popular!(lower). Section #2 sites closer together not that level, some odd configurations?(upper). Section # 3 tent sites. Section #4 roomier sites, less foot traffic. (front) My pick!
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We prefer section #1 also - full hookups, most sites (if not all) are pull-thru, and the views are gorgeous (stunning sunsets). But it does fill up fast! We tend to camp there early in the season and if we can fit in - towards the end.

Section #2 has some seriously un-level sites - not sure what they were thinking when they designed the campground!

We also love section #4. It is closer to the entrance (a bit noisier), but some of the sites are HUGE with nice privacy and they're pull-thru. Not all are, so you need to do some research. No sewer connection in this section, but it's worth it if #1 is full.

My only real complaint with Fisherman's are the bathrooms. Even though we have our own, when we camp in #4 we use the bathrooms occasionally for longer stays. They REALLY need to upgrade these facilities.
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I think you will find site two is mostly the original ground contour and the start up of the campground around that area was done on a fiscal shoestring but I could not prove it if I had to.
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