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Old 11-18-2018, 06:39 PM   #15
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Why no recommendations for the 2 you mentioned?
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Hagerstown/Antietam Battlefield KOA had standing water every where and our spot was so small we had no where to put our lawn chairs. It was also old and run down.
Bear Creek Campground at Lake Compounce was gravel everywhere with hardly any grass areas and no trees. Crowed with lots of seasonal permanent sites and just a few for travelers.
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I didn't realize Bear Creek Campground was excepting seasonal/long term campers with just W/E sites, at least that what they had 3 yrs ago when we stayed there. Bear creek was just OK, flat, open and trees have not grown in yet with campground only a few years old. If you like that type of campground I would recommend looking into Knoebels amusement Resort in Elysburg, PA


Check Grandview Camping Resort if you get back to CT, lots of country charm that you would expect in New England.

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