Lake George Rv Park Named As One Of Nine Campgrounds, RV Parks And Resorts In The Nation To Earn An All Around “A” Grade For Five Consecutive Years In The Fifth Annual Guestrated™ Satisfaction Survey Of Independent, Privately-Owned Parks.
The top-rated parks were announced at the Rio All Suites Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas during a Nov. 30th awards ceremony hosted by the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds.
More than 30,000 camping and RV enthusiasts completed reviews in the GuestRated.com online survey, grading their experiences at 3,200 independent RV parks and campgrounds.
“Consistently earning an overall “A” grade from guests is difficult, and our 42 winners this year represent less than 2% of all of the nation’s campgrounds. But what is even more impressive is that nine of this year’s winners have also received this award for five years in a row,” said Bob MacKinnon, President and CEO of GuestRated.com, the Murrieta, Calif.-based company that conducted the online survey on behalf of the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds.
“Being recognized by our guests in this way is an honor that we are proud to have achieved again this year,” said Dave King, owner of Lake George RV Park. “Their feedback and satisfaction is what has made our facility the best family camping resort in Lake George and the Adirondacks.” Lake George RV Park offers extensive amenities, including swimming pools, tennis courts, bike trails trolley shuttle service and professional entertainment at the French Mountain Playhouse.
MacKinnon suggests that campers visit the “Best Rated Parks” page at www.guestrated.com to see where each award-winning park is located and view their individual web pages.
Camping enthusiasts are also encouraged to submit their own reviews of the campgrounds and RV resorts they have recently visited by going to http://www.guestrated.com and clicking on the “Rate a Park” tab. Each park receiving reviews displays a GuestRated™ Report Card showing the current year‟s ratings based upon online feedback from their campers.