We heard about Knobels amusement park from the PA visitors center, and decided to visit Knoble's. We had planned to go to the Knobel's campground but saw this one along the way and it looked like our kind of place from the road. It has mostly sites with mature shade trees. It has a nice playground and a nice fishing pond. They have a new row of sites that have new trees and good 50 amp service. Our satellite TV and satellite internet worked great from one these sites. The whole campground is pretty much level with great paved roads for bike riding. (The new section's road isn't paved yet, but I bet it will be soon.) Their information said they didn't have any pull-throughs, but it looked like 4 of the sites in the new area were pull-through sites. All the rest are definitely back-ins. There was a huge seasonal area, but all the campsites were tidy. Not a scary seasonal area like you see in some campgrounds. Actually most of seasonal sites had RV's but no people, so I'm guessing people from the area rent a seasonal site for the summer, put their RV out there and go for the weekends. We'll definitely go back there some day when we are in the northeast again. We arrived late on Tuesday, took the kids to Knobel's that night then decided to stay an extra night so the kids could go back to Knobel's the next day. Knobel's is about a mile from the campground and our kids loved it all!
Nice park, not far from the interstate, but far enough to hear no noise. Lots of stuff for kids on the weekends. We stayed hear about a year ago and then again this year. They have done a good job in leveling some of the sites, and have new patio sites with rustic furniture. It's definitely an improving campground, and we will stay here again if in the area.