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Old 08-08-2013, 03:03 PM   #1
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Sturgeon Woods Campground & Marina in Leamington, Ontario

My husband & I are very pleased with Sturgeon Woods Campground & Marina in Leamington, Ontario. The campground is clean, the sites are spacious. Two way roads allow parking of rigs from most advantageous side. There's a large "Rec Hall" with pool tables, arcade games, daily activities, a snack bar, indoor shuffleboard courts.

There's an inside water park for small children, a family pool & a whirlpool & swimming pool for adults only. The playground is near the pool area.

Wifi is available, for a fee. We happen to be close enough to the "Rec Hall" to pick up the Wifi without a charge. We are on a site without a sewer hook up. That's the only negative I can find about this campground.

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Old 08-08-2013, 07:03 PM   #2
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If that's a 'tout' given in exchange for a free stay you really ought to say so.

Burying a "We are staying here for a week at no charge." disclaimer in a 'review' really only makes it look like an 'infomercial'.
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