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Old 07-20-2015, 08:25 PM   #11
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May be further than you want but we just came back from Copake KOA in Copake, NY. Just over the border and about 20 minutes to Great Barrington. Had our 12 year old grandson with us. We loved the park so much that we stayed there again on our way back to MI. Catamount Aerial Adventure Park is a few miles from the campground and we had a heck of a time there. This old lady Zip Lined and crawled around all kinds of obstacles in the trees.
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Old 07-20-2015, 08:40 PM   #12
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It depends on how you define "Kid Friendly" Six Flags or lake activities (sandy beaches, swimming, kaiaking, fishing and camp activities)... if the latter try Prospect Lake Park
Full hook ups and great area attractions

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Why does that one look like a trailer park in the sense that the whole campground appears to be seasonal sites?

Parks with a very large proportion of seasonal sites tend to have a different culture than parks that cater to transient campers.

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