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Bathrooms Filthy the porcelain in the toilet bowls dark brown!
The grills broken all rusted out
The indoor pool was also filthy i got an infection! and they kick you
out for playing music even if you turn it off, just so they keep your...More
Response from FriendlyBeaver, Owner at Friendly Beaver CampgroundResponded 12 August 2017
Hi Kimroc37. Thank you for your review. We apologize for the bathroom not being properly cleaned. Please contact us directly at email@example.com We'd like the opportunity to apologize to you directly. We look forward to hearing from you.-Friendly Beaver Campground
The "Friendly" Beaver unfortunately did not live up to its name. First, I will expand on the positive aspects of this campground...the pool area is decently large enough to accommodate a busy campground, the bathrooms are private and kept clean, well stocked store, and front...More
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Response from FriendlyBeaver, Owner at Friendly Beaver CampgroundResponded 13 July 2017
Hello, Thank you for your feedback and we're glad to hear you were happy with our amenities and staff. We are truly sorry that you were not happy with your experience at our campground. We certainly try to please all of our guests, but clearly...More
The Campground has many seasonal campsites that are very run down, cluttered and look dirty.We booked a full hook-up for our 42 ft fifth wheel and got a water and electric. We were supposed to have cable but had none as did the campers on...More
Stayed here for two nights out of season as our first stop on a trip round New England with young children. First time we'd stayed on a US RV site so nothing to compare with at this stage! I liked the fact that you were...More
Friendly Beaver campground is a unusual mix of the good, the bad and the ugly. After speaking with the one of the work campers, she stated that they have nearly 300 sites and the vast majority of them are seasonal sites of all shapes, sizes...More