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Old 04-26-2005, 03:45 AM   #1
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We arrived at Two Rivers yestereday for a 6-day stay. Cost per night is $36, which we knew before arriving, but foolishly assumed that cost indicated a modern, up to date campground.

This park is far from being modern. They do offer free wi-fi, but do not have cable tv. Sites are gravel, and most are back-in.

We were given a long list of "don'ts" for our pet. One rule is that dogs are not allowed to urinate on trees! Breaking any of the rules subjects the camper to a $25 fine! They don't say how they'll collect the fine.
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We arrived at Two Rivers yestereday for a 6-day stay. Cost per night is $36, which we knew before arriving, but foolishly assumed that cost indicated a modern, up to date campground.

This park is far from being modern. They do offer free wi-fi, but do not have cable tv. Sites are gravel, and most are back-in.

We were given a long list of "don'ts" for our pet. One rule is that dogs are not allowed to urinate on trees! Breaking any of the rules subjects the camper to a $25 fine! They don't say how they'll collect the fine.
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