This was a return visit for us. We love this campground. It is right next to a working Amish or Mennonite farm with all the sights and, well, smells of that farm. Our site was on the end by the road and we enjoyed watching the Amish buggies go up and down the road. It is an adult campground with no one under 16 allowed. That was fine for us. We use the campground as a base and are gone most of the day enjoying the nearby communities. We would have liked cable TV, but the antenna reception worked well. The Wi-Fi was the best I have ever seen. The owners are very helpful. We look forward to returning to this campground when we are in the area again.
The price paid reflected one night free special for the fall. We loved this campground. We had one of the back perimeter sites and loved having trees all around us. It was like camping in a beautiful state park but with all amenities. We usually use the campground as a base and are gone all day but we loved the atmosphere of our site so much that we spent much time at the campground and enjoyed watching the squirrels scurrying around and the autumn leaves drifting down from the trees. Wi-Fi (extra fee) is through Tengointernet and was not very good. We had problems with that service in Boston and again here in Lancaster. We did not appreciate the $4/day "resort fee" that the campground charged. There were no activities planned for the time we were there during weekday hours so I am not sure what the fee was for. We will definitely camp here again.
We loved this park. It is close to many cities, attractions, and shopping. They have a concierge that is very knowledgeable about the area and can help you plan activities. We used the campground as a base to go into Boston and tour the countryside. The staff is friendly. The grounds are meticulous. They have a security gate and staff is constantly driving around to help anyone with questions, problems, etc. I would highly recommend this campground to anyone coming to the Boston area.
We loved this campground. There are many seasonal sites and all are well maintained. The owner insists on it! The owners who live on property are constantly busy maintaining and upgrading. We saw that they had planned children activities. Our site had all hookups with Wi-Fi and we were tucked nicely in the trees. The sites are huge. The only drawback was the narrow dirt road entering the campground. Two large campers could NOT pass each other on the .3 mile entrance. We would camp here again.
We loved this park. The sites were large for our big rig and easy to get into. We loved all the trees and not being right on top of our neighbors. The only problem I had was that WiFi was patchy at best. Remember to log in every day. The WiFi is free but was frustrating to access. We used this campground as a base to see Baltimore and western Maryland. We would definitely stay here again hoping the WiFi would improve.
This was a return visit. Last time we were here was about 14 years ago. We were a bit disappointed with the "pull-through" sites. We would never have been able to leave with our 37' motorhome had the campground been full because of the angle of the spaces. Cable TV service was patchy for many of the sites. Many of our neighbors were disappointed with cable. Wi-Fi is important to me and it was awful: either I could not get on or I was kicked off. Pull-through sites were in an open field with a few trees. I did enjoy looking up at the trees on the nearby hills from our camper. We do not need any of the campground facilities because we use the campground as a base and are gone all day so we are unable to judge those amenities. We will probably not return.
After reading the reviews on this site, we decided to stay here and are very glad we did. The owner lives on site, and I swear he never sleeps!! He is always working and making sure the campground is kept clean and acceptable to the campers. We do not need any amenities when we travel. We use the campground as a base, and only need a safe place to camp and sleep. It is big rig friendly and the pull through sites are long. The owner even came to help hubby back up the motorhome. (I HATE that job!) This campground fit the bill perfectly. There is no cable but enough TV stations were available with antenna. It is close enough to many attractions. The campground is behind the small motel. Wi-fi was a bit tricky and not like others but once I figured it out, it was fine. The price was cheaper than others in the area. We would definitely stay here again.
Ahhh, this is our favorite campground and area to visit!! The owners take such pride in their campground~they are always working to better the landscaping, cleaning the bathrooms (Lena is amazing!), and doing anything to make your visit more enjoyable. This campground is close to all the Lancaster attractions. It is near the highway and you will hear truck noises but it also next to an Amish farm and we love to watch them working in the fields. The big rig sites are adequate and easy to access. We can leave the tow dolly attached. We camp here at least once a year.
What a great campground! It is close to the Interstate, easy to get into with a big rig towing a car, level sites, well-kept, clean grounds, and impressively immaculate bathrooms. The only problem was patchy Wi-Fi. It was frustrating at times. They were aware of it and were working with Wi-Fi provider to improve service. The office staff was knowledgeable and very helpful with information in area. We would definitely stay here again. Hint~Garmin directions are a bit off. Follow the campground's directions.
We enjoyed our 3 nights here. We used the campground as a base for our travels. The sites may be a bit close together but that really did not bother us. We easily maneuvered our 37' motor home into the space and we even left the tow dolly attached. The people were so nice and very helpful in giving suggestions of activities and restaurants in the area. We were escorted to our site which was nice. They seemed to assign sites according to when you were leaving so the spaces in front of your motor home were empty allowing for easier departure. WiFi was a bit of a problem though. I was able to get on the internet and receive emails but not able to send emails. This was the first time I ever had that problem at a campground. The campground is conveniently located right off Interstate 75. If we ever come back to the area, we would stay here again.
This was an excellent campground. We were thankful we broke our cardinal rule concerning KOA (Keep Out Always!). We have disliked KOAs because of their tight spaces, uneven ground and close proximity to neighbors. This campground was able to accommodate big rigs and yet maintain the woodsy atmosphere. It offered a central location to all that we wanted to do in the Lake Placid/Lake Champlain area and even western Vermont area.
This was a repeat visit for us after 10 years. It was a 10 then and remains a 10 now. They maintain absolute attention to detail. They even rake your site before you arrive. The big rig sites are truly big rig sites. We only tend to use the campground as a base for our travels and use very little of the amenities but they offer much for their campers. The informational booklet and maps they hand out when you register ought to win an award for creativity and quality. I only wish that Wifi was free and not a fee charged. We recommend this campground to anyone traveling in the Lake George area.
This campground is our absolute favorite campground. It always feel like coming home when we visit. We try to go there at least 3 times a year. The family that owns the campground take pride in keeping the campground clean, trees and bushes trimmed, garbage cleaned up, flowers planted, and many other touches. The campground is close to all the Lancaster activities and sights. There is an Amish farm in the distance behind the row of trees in the big rig section and I love to walk up to the trees and just watch the activity there and the dogs running by the house and in the fields of the farm. If we are lucky to get there when it is harvest time, we can watch the Amish men harvest the corn right next to the big rig section with their big plow horses and primitive equipment. Quite a sight! There is a security gate with pass for the campers. I always look forward to returning to this area and campground. So much to do and see in Lancaster!
We chose the campground because of its proximity to the sights we wanted to see but were disappointed in the campground. Most of the sites were seasonals. We did get a pull thru site but no sewer hookup was available. They apparently have their own sewer treatment area for the campground whose odor was most evident in the heat and humidity of the summer. The smell seemed to come up from the ground which was always moist even with no rain. My husband was not as bothered by the odors as I was. The lake was nice and the lighted fountain on the lake added beauty at night. The campground is convenient to major highways to Akron, Canton, Cleveland and the Ohio Amish country. There were limited campgrounds with full hookups in that area but if we do return to the area I will try to find another campground even if it further off the highway.
We loved this campground. The family running the campground take pride in their campground and are so friendly and helpful both on the phone and in person. We were only going to stay 4 nights but wound up there 7 nights to enjoy all that the area had to offer including the Ohio State Fair in Columbus.