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Back in April I reserved 3 campsites, 2 with electric and water 1 with electric, water and sewer for a party of 12. Upon arrival the owners daughter seemed agitated by my presence. She fumbles through her papers and tells me she has to move...More
Response from singingwaters, General Manager at Singing Waters CampgroundResponded 6 days ago
Jessica, please stop with the business bashing. It is exhausting to read your absolute futile & embellished reviews. Here it is over a month later, and you still have to write about a business in which you didn't even stay. Seriously, I have reported you...More
We visited Singing Waters Campground the weekend of July 15, 2017. Rented the bigger camp in the grounds. It was very spacious, clean and met all our needs. Very private site also. There was also a gas grill onsite to use! We are in search...More
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Response from singingwaters, General Manager at Singing Waters CampgroundResponded 5 weeks ago
Jeff & Sue, It was such a pleasure to meet the two of you, and I hope you do consider our park once you buy a travel trailer. Our grounds are not for everyone, and we completely understand that. But for those where the accommodations...More
Everyone has read all the reviews, I know I have. The bottom line is, it's a beautiful and well maintained place that if you accept and follow the rules with respect, respect will be given back and you will have a great time.
Response from singingwaters, General Manager at Singing Waters CampgroundResponded 12 July 2017
Thank you so much for the review! We actually have many more that enjoy their stay with us, than those that do not. Sadly, only the one's with negative remarks tend to write a review. So, when we see the positive....we are most appreciative.
My wife and I called and reserved one of the cabins these folks had as we don't have a camper. It was their largest one with kitchen and bath. We called shortly after New Years to see if it was even available. We were told...More
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Response from singingwaters, General Manager at Singing Waters CampgroundResponded 11 July 2017
John, thank you so much for taking a moment to write such a wonderful review. We truly do appreciate when our guests enjoy their stay, especially an extended one. We do strive to make everyone happy, and it is most disturbing when we see such...More
Other than a great location right on the Moose river and close to Old Forge, this may be the worst customer experience ever. From check in to check out the owners and staff are nothing but rude and mean.
Throughout the 2 days here we...More
Response from singingwaters, General Manager at Singing Waters CampgroundResponded 27 June 2017
I apologize your experience was that horrible that you felt compelled to write the review you did. I always say, that before writing a review you should make sure you have followed the rules accordingly, and you are aware of what as private owners you...More
Response from singingwaters | Property representative |
Hello, we are the same owner's, and yes we do have rules that we enforce. This property is my home, and I welcome those that what to share and respect in its beauty. NYS imposes regulations on myself as a private business... More
Hello, we are the same owner's, and yes we do have rules that we enforce. This property is my home, and I welcome those that what to share and respect in its beauty. NYS imposes regulations on myself as a private business owner, and I have no choice then to forward those onto my guest/visitors. I apologize if you did not approve of how we run our park, but I take everyone's safety and enjoyment into consideration, and do whatever has to be done to attain that.
As far as air conditioner's...there are no parks in the Adirondack's that allow the use of air conditioner's. The entire area does not have the power capacity, especially since the size of a typical camper is 30+ feet or larger. The APA will not allow for changes, it has nothing to do with us not wanting to provide for it. We state this for the protection of your own unit, and the well-being of the entire transformer supplying the power. I wish the guidelines were different, but it is a battle you just can not fight and win. Just remember it is usually 10 degrees cooler here during the daytime than other locals, and nights are even better!
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"Its a campground... River front spots would be best."