We just got back from Aces High RV Park in East Lyme, Ct. after a one week stay. We opted to upgrade to a lakeside or waterfront site. The sites are well spaced and had the most updated power pedestal and water/sewer connections that I have ever seen.
But those are about the only nice things that I can say about this place.
First - when they say that they have WiFi, don't believe it. We were parked next to a repeater and I sat about 10 feet from it in my chair and it was useless. The signal strength was good, but the service would come and go all day long. When it did work it was miserably slow. So bad that we needed to switch back to using data from our provider (Verizon LTE) which was a great relief.
Next - there are many signs and rules posted everywhere. Yes, RV parks need to maintain order by establishing rules. But there are signs all over the park that state: "don't do this" or "you must do that". I especially love the sign by the pond with the nice sandy beach (which you are encouraged to swim in) that states "All bathers must wear life jackets." I haven't wore a life jacket in a pond since I was nine years old.
My favorite sign of all was the sign over the double entry doors to the office/store. This sign is at least seven feet wide and at least sixteen inches high that states: "If you don't like all the rules, then you can buy this park and make it your own."
Obviously, with this large sign posted in such a prominent and visible location, they have gotten many complaints about all the many rules. But, instead of re-examining their style of management, they just defy you to buy the place. I think they have a bit of an attitude problem.
Let's just say the owners and operators of this park have made their little kingdom. And the rules are basically "Put up, shut up, or get out." And that is not the kind of welcome or thanks that I would expect to hear after spending $400 for the week.
We would never go back.