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    We stayed in one of their new 80′ backin sites and the first thing we noticed is that their tape measure is very inaccurate. The site was maybe 60′ if we are generous and include backing into the woods as part of the site. The sites are also very un-level sloping downhill front to back by about 2 degrees. To pile it on their rates are also very high for what they provide and the poor site layout; we paid $58 per night with our AAA discount. The pros do make up for the deficiencies though; you have adjacent access to the beautiful Prince William Forest National Park via a gravel road back to the paved roads a few miles in. The highway out front provides easy access to Manassas and Bull Run (20 miles west), Target and grocery store 1 mile east, and Interstate 95 3 miles east. With no traffic you are 45 minutes to downtown DC and the National Mall; with traffic the sky is the limit. The wonderful thing about the new backins are 50 amp hookup and quiet solitude with firepits adjacent to the scenic forest. There are plenty of deadfall branches for burning too. The pool and showers are well kept. During our 10 day stay the park remained at about 25% occupancy, I imagine due to the cons listed above. Being said we would stay here again if in the area.

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