East coast blues
We live outside Philly and have been RVing for 10+ years and in our experience, we’ve found some overpriced awful parks we won’t go back to, and underpriced amazing parks. Read the reviews and remember...if there are a large percentage of seasonal campers they may “overinflate” the reviews. (Well, for them it is a five star - that’s where they go every weekend, year after year to be with their friends and family. They don’t mind moldy showers or washed out roads.)
Sad to say, but you’ll have to spend a few bucks to figure out your rhythm.
There’s an earlier post someone gave a list with Normandy Farms in Foxboro, Ma as their 1. That’s a good list!!!
I’d also add for a glamping experience try Lake George campground in NY. The owners have a paving business and make at least 1 major improvement every winter, and it’s been family run for over 50 years. Definitely well kept!
And that’s just it....if owners are willing to invest in their campgrounds, it shows!!
Good luck finding your way and always chat with your neighbors and ask for their favorite places and why those places are their favorites. You’ll get GREAT information that way! PS Ives Run Army Corps of Engineers lake in PA is AWESOME!!!