We picked this campground because it was within walking distance of relatives. Great beach front property. Pet friendly. Only complaint is that they placed us right next to an occupied site while there were several unoccupied sites for our entire visit on our other side. We felt bad that we "blocked" the other campers but they were okay with it. My feeling is, if there are empty sites available, why not space the units out, giving everyone more room? Water pressure was a bit low.
This was a great stopover on our way down to Florida. Just off I-95 but you would never know. Quiet and peaceful. Had the greatest doggie playground!! This place was just perfect for us as an overnighter. Only problem I encountered was trouble accessing wireless network.
Very nice campground with friendly people working there. We had a site overlooking the pond. Quiet, peaceful. Had a dog run which was great for the dogs but just a bit too buggy for me (time of year thing maybe). Peeked into the rest and laundry rooms and they were immaculate. The pool was well maintained.
We planned to stay here overnight on our way home but ended up staying only four hours. Once we ate and rested, we couldn't wait to leave. The campground is located behind a very large truck stop. The campground was not identified from the road and so we passed it initially. Ms. Nonpersonality who checked us in seemed annoyed with having to do so. Their website advertises travel store, coin laundry, game room and restaurant -- all of which require a very long hike from the campground area across the very large and very hot asphalt of the truck parking lot. The only playground I saw consisted of a Tykes plastic boat with no steering wheel and a rusting piece of farm machinery. There were dump trucks running up and down the road in the campground passing our rig, stirring up dust and dirt, and then disappearing up a hill and around a bend. The bathhouse was being used for showers by a parade of men driving up in from the truck parking lot in pickup truck. At 25 bucks a night, I was not expecting a resort, but this place was downright creepy.
This is a very small campground taken over by a new owner with ambitious plans. He also recently purchased waterfront property (Lake Mocatek) to expand the 45 sites to 100+. The very friendly owner greeted us as we entered the campground and told us to drive around and pick an open site. He very patiently and with humor put up with me changing my mind not once but several times, even after I had him cut down a limb in a site that we ended up not using. All this before we even settled the bill. The campground was friendly and it was quiet. During this Memorial Weekend, we saw the owner working hard on several different projects. We used this campground as a base to visit a relative and we noted other campers using it as a base as they used the local recreational facilities (Lake Wallenpaupack). There were also seasonal campers here. We look forward to returning to this campground to witness its growth and changes and we wish the owner success in this endeavor.