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    Warning to all RVers! Beach Acres operates on the premise that their guests are criminals and mind readers. My boyfriend and I had to call twice in order to find out that the real address of the place is 73 Eldridge Road. When he pointed out this discrepancy to the check in lady she muttered a vague comment about “looking into it”. She then proceeded to let him know that he needed to put a $5 deposit on the tag that goes in the front window. Guess she was worried that we might add it to our collection of purloined trailer park memorabilia.The next morning we were startled by a loud, repetitive knocking on the RV door. Opening it revealed a security man who barked that checkout time was 11:00. He addressed us as though we were prisoners and judging from his looks, I suspect that that is where he had his hospitality training.We should have realized when Beach Acres was the only campground open that it might have left something to be desired. Now we know what it is: interest in the customer’s satisfaction.

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    This was the nicest campground I have ever been to. The staff was helpful with whatever we needed. The facilities were extremely clean. The campgrounds itself were very clean and well kept. The only thing I didn’t like is that there were not a ton of trees, so there wasn’t too much shade or privacy from the other camp sites.

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    The staff are helpful and friendly. The beach (1 mi., bike strongly recommended) near-by is just lovely-slow rolling waves on a gently sloping beach. The ‘campground’ itself is a converted rv mobile home park. The park is a homely blast from the past with salvage style playground equipment, 60’s pool furniture, and a completely flat, gridded landscape that boasts a few trees for the 500+ sites. There is one bathroom, no dump station, and the water/electric sites are $55/night.

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