We were visiting the area for the Lenape Pow Wow at Core Creek Park. The campground was really nice and it was quiet for a weekend. When we arrive we were running late. We set up like usual and then took off for the pow wow. When we came back I realized that we did not have any shore power. So I went out and tried to take a look. The 30 amp and the 50 amp plugs were not working. I tried the 15 amp one and it worked. Good thing I brought my adapters. We got the A/C going to cool off the camper and I went up to the office to report the problem. The campground staff had someone there within 5 mins to look at and fix the problem. They had the 30 amp plug working within 20 mins and had no additional problems the rest of the time. I would like to say that when travelling to the campground you have to make sure that you can either fit under a 12 foot covered bridge or you have to travel the long way around. When taking the long way you have to be mindful of low branches and wires. Other then that we will definitely go back to this campground.
This campground was very nice. The bathrooms were very clean and had recently been remodled. The owner was very helpful and check in with us to make sure we found everything. I would have given it a 10 but the hookups were in the middle of our two sites and you had to have two sewer hoses to reach. Other than that it was a great place to camp. We will be camping there again and I would recommend it to anyone.
We have camped here for the last two years with our RV rally group. Deer Run has always made us feel welcome. The restrooms are always clean but could have been heated a little bit to make it more comfortable to take a shower. The showers seem to be free now unlike previous years where you would pay a quarter to get the water to come on. We will be going back again next year.
My family camps here every year. Once in June before the season opens and in August when the season is at it's close. The kids bring their friends and the entire group has a great weekend. We usually camp in the back of the park and it's quiet and we don't have a lot of campers around us. It is a bit to walk to the park but it's quiet and the lights and noise from the park is not as loud. This is our third year at Darien Lake and we will continue to visit.