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Nancy Troyano
Worked at Rentokil North America
Attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Lives in Pennsylvania
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  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
    2009
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  • Rentokil North America
    Entomologist/Training Manager
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After reading the reviews, I was confident that this would be a nice place to stay with the family for the weekend. I knew before we even fully entered the campground that it was a mistake. To put it mildly, the place was run down. We drove by the playground, which didn't even look safe. The vegetation around the small exposed bank of the lake was overgrown, so I wondered about the logistics of fishing. The main office was overpowering with cigarette smoke, but I could easily overlook that had it not been for the look and feel of the entire place. The sites are carved in to the side of a mountain, and were either full if jagged stones or gravel and we're not level at all! There was nowhere to comfortable or accommodating to pitch a tent which our friends who met us there needed. We have a camper and so that was less of an issue, however trying to pull through a space under very tight spaces (sites were practically on top of each other) was extremely difficult, not to mention we were afraid of popping a tire. Needless to say, we left about 15 minutes after arriving. The office REFUSED to refund any of our money, even though we had just paid moments before AND there were tons of sites open (gee, no surprise there). I can't imagine where we would have even entertained the kids had we all stayed.
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