Senior discount (or Good Sam) covered the price of tax. We've stayed here in the past, and what I like best about this campground is the paved roads and sites, which help keep RVs cleaner, even in wet weather. Sites are a little tight, but okay. Some leveling is needed for most of the sites. Facilities are clean and well maintained. I could not get usable wi-fi connection, but the price for this area, so near Washington is quite reasonable. We will definitely be back.
This "campground" is a dirt (spots of grass) parking lot behind a motel. It appears to be very old and poorly maintained. Hookups very rusty, but usable. We did not see any sewer hookup. There was a dump...not in good shape. Restroom was available with a key...very old and basic, but seemed clean. The lot looks like it would be a mess in wet weather, but it was dry when we were there, and it is very convenient for a pull through night, just off the highway. We will not likely use it again.
Price reflects Passport of America rate. This seemed to be a fairly new campground. Owner aimed to please. Sites are very roomy, and buildings clean and well maintained. There was some shade, with trees scattered around. We found it a great place to stay. We were there in dry weather, and wondered how muddy it might be in a rainy season, as the area was mostly sandy. We will definitely return.
Rate was for pull through. Passport America accepted for 3 week nights, but not on holiday. This is a quiet new campground, very nicely graveled roads and sites, with well maintained grass areas. There is no shade, and no pool, but the campground is lovely. Sites are spread out on hills, and all level. Full hookups, with cable, on all sites. I could not get good wi-fi service. We were only here for one night, but will return to stay longer another time.
Rate is for Coast to Coast. We camped here twice in two weeks, on our way north, and then back south. We did have rain on the last trip, and the ground was a mess of water; it was especially bad to walk our small dog. Otherwise, I would rate it higher, as it is level, clean, and a very easy access to the highway. We were not disturbed by noise at all. Sites are pull-throughs, with full hooks. It's good for overnights, or visiting nearby areas.
Sites and facilities clean and well maintained. Sites level, with full hookups, and cement pads beside RVs. Office staff friendly and helpful. Paved roads allowed for good walking around the lake. Pet friendly. We were there as Coast to Coast members, and would definitely return.
Our experience here was very good, except I was disappointed that wi/fi rate was $3.95 per day, and cable $3 daily. Sites were close, but no more so than in many other parks, and they were level and grassy, with cement pads on the side. Bathrooms were great, very clean and each one private with own toilet and shower. It was a nice park to stroll around, or walk the dog. Sites were a short walk from the lake, which was lovely. We were here for two nights as Coast to Coast members, and would definitely return.
We stayed just overnight. Campground is very convenient to 1-75, and we were not bothered by the noise at all. Pleasant owners. Site, up front, was an easy pull-through, grassy and level. Park is old, but well-maintained. Restrooms were dated, but clean and roomy. Good cable and wi-fi connections. We were charged a $3 "park fee." We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. Would use again, not for long-term, but good spot for going through, or visiting the area.
We would not use this as a destination park, but it is not a bad park to stay for overnight or if sightseeing in the area. Sites were level and easily accessible. Bathrooms were not great, but not terrible. We stayed as Coast to Coast members.
We loved this park, though it is 3-4 miles off the main road and up a mountainside. Most of the campground is level, as are the sites. Very family/pet friendly. We were by the stream, which was running and lovely to listen to. Wi-Fi did not reach to our RV, but available in the clubhouse. Nicely maintained, though the only dumpsters were not conveniently located. However, a nice experience and we would definitely stay again.
Small park. Very well maintained. Sites level and easy to pull through. Kid and pet friendly, even with available "waste bags" along the dog walk. Friendly, helpful staff, who are the owners and live on-site. Wi-Fi worked right in our rig. Would definitely stay again.
This was one of the nicest parks we have been in. Extremely well maintained and nice sites. Beautiful activity building and pools (one outside and one inside). Unfortunately, park is so big that it was too far for us to walk. We were there under Coast to Coast membership, and were allowed to choose any available site in two of the four campground "phases." Plenty of shady, level sites to choose. On one of my walks, I saw a deer. There was no cable available, so TV was limited.
We camped here as Coast to Coast members. It is so large that the office staff did not know how to give directions (5 different campgrounds). Full hookups. Our site was level...most seemed to be. Very full and nearly everyone was there with their 4-wheelers. Lots of kids and pets. Lots of trails. Very family oriented. Atypical for a campground, but everyone friendly. We would stay again.
There was no TV reception, but site was reasonably level and area clean. In spite of no alcohol or loose pets, there were both. However, they were no problem and we found the park quite nice. The pool looked lovely, but it didn't seem to be open during our stay (2 nights). We would return if in the area.
The main campground may be quite nice, but we were put on a holding site, with water/electricity, and packed in with others who were overflows. Even though I had confirmed a reservation for one night, when we arrived, I was told they normally only take full week-end reservations on holiday week-ends. We thought the price was very high for the site and services.
We were there as Coast to Coast members, but this is a primarily permanent resort community (huge) for seasonal residents. Out site was way in the back and there was no available restrooms. We were in the midst of permanent trailers. O.K. for staying and fishing, but not convenient for overnight or temporary stays.
Sites are not too roomy, and most are not shaded, but they are not cramped, level, and very nicely maintained. There were individual bathrooms that included showers and were spotless. Staff was very friendly and helpful. It was a great place to stay.
Though amenities were available (i.e. pool, workout room, restroom), they were a long walk and we did not use. We were there as Coast to Coast members. This is a "member" park for residents, primarily. It is not a great place for temporary camping.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. It was our third time at this campground, which is very convenient when traveling I-75. It is pretty basic, but has a friendly atmosphere and activities for those who are interested. It's an old campground, but well-maintained, with full hook-ups.
We did not find the restrooms convenient to our site, and there was no camp store at this resort. However, it was a beautiful place to stay, overlooking a large lake. Very nicely laid out, with level, roomy sites, full hook-ups. Most sites had shade.
This was a lovely mountainside park. It appears to be fairly new and is very well maintained. Restrooms, laundry, etc. are spotless. Showers are in individual rooms. Sites are shaded and nicely leveled. We were fortunate enough to be close to the main building, which housed the restrooms. It was a steep climb to the sites.
This is strictly a stop-over campground. Find your own site and someone stops to collect the fee. It is right on Lee Highway, very convenient to overnight stays. There are no amenities or laundry, but cement sites and full hook-ups. Restrooms were nearby and clean.
This was our third time at this campground. It is very conveniently located for traveling through PA. Amenities are certainly limited, but it is a good stopping place to rest, do laundry, or spend a few nights sightseeing, as there is much history in the surrounding areas. We have always found it clean and well-maintained.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members, and really enjoyed it. Restrooms were not dirty, just not spotless, as it was a very busy week-end and they had much use. There were lots of kids. This is a very old campground, and our sewer connection was so far apart from our E/W that we couldn't connect both at the same time. Still, we enjoyed our stay. It is very family-friendly and had great Sat. night entertainment.
This was a lovely, clean, well maintained resort. We were there as Coast to Coast members. Even though most residents were "owners" who stayed seasonally, spots for temporary campers were very accessible and near restrooms. Though no pool, there was a "sandy beach" on the edge of the lake. Staff was pleasant and helpful.