July 24, 2021 - reviewed by Seasonal
Getting Rid Of Seasonals
Many of us have spent many years here 15+. Just found out, without notice, seasonal fees go from $2850 to $4,000. No one has received a letter. He's just out for the $$$$. Too bad.
May 31, 2021 - reviewed by pat hornbeck
Was in the overflow area for holiday weekend. Sites were about 16 ft wide, your awnings were touching back of neighbors camper...no room to move..
Can hear your neighbors talking in their camper.
April 7, 2019 - reviewed by Tom
The staff was very friendly and was flexible to let us switch sites when I had difficulty backing up our popup as this was our first time camping with a trailer. There was some noise from local traffic during the day but the campground was very quiet in the evening and during the night. The sites seemed ok but not completely level. WiFi was pretty good. Unfortunately their regular restroom was not open and we had to use their winter restroom. It was clean but in badly need of a renovation. We would probably given it five stars if we were able to used the regular restroom.
September 16, 2018 - reviewed by Kim
Very nice campground, staff was very helpful. This campground is in amish country, there is a amish mother and daughter that brings baked goods on Saturdays for sale. There are Lots of things to do in the area, we hit the tractor pulls at the buck which was only 15 minutes away. The sights are a little tight, but we made the best of it.
May 16, 2018 - reviewed by Good Vibes Only
Snobby..All About Appearance And Money
Most expensive cramped place I’ve stayed. They keep raising the amount due. I asked why, they said because they just did construction and added more spots. Sooooo.. you took out eight spots, made twenty in the same amount of space, and now charging more to the monthly attendants? What a rip off.. there’s cheaper better spots within ten minutes.
July 29, 2017 - reviewed by Andy
Will Be Back
Staff is very nice. Pool is great for younger kids. If you have a longer camper some spaces are tight. If you have a site inside the center of the camp ground I would recommend walking the route before driving back. Camp ground is close to Dutch Wonderland, Strasburg Railway museum, and other kid friendly places. It's also quite at night time!
September 5, 2016 - reviewed by Jared
Not a bad campground.
Pros - nice pool for the kids, about 3 1/2 to 4 feet deep the whole way. Involved staff and lots of activities. Everyone very nice. Nice big field beside the pool. Nice store.
Cons - Very small campground. The sites on the outside ring are ok, but the rest are difficult to get into and navigate around. They participate in canine racism. No "fighting" breeds allowed.
Overall it was a nice weekend, but we most likely won't be back.