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09/2008
rating [ 3/10 ]
In spite of the fact that this campground is frequently full, it is overpriced. We paid a weekly rate of $225 plus electric. The electric was $75.26 for two weeks which was very high. Our nightly rate including electric was $37.52. The pool and batting cages, etc. were closed by the time we got there. The park was mostly permanent residents (some very unsightly). The water pressure was very high which was not posted or communicated in any way. Our water hose split from the pressure, as did at least five other RV's that we saw while we were there. We brought it to the attention of the staff and they told us that they are aware of the high pressure and sell pressure regulators at the office, although they don't mention the high pressure when you check in. The sites are not gravel or paved and quite messy when it rains. The bathrooms are old and run down and not very clean. The campground is only fifteen minutes from downtown Philadelphia. We had plans that required us to stay for two weeks, however, we would definitely not stay here again.
09/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a very nice park. We loved it here. The park is literally 1/4 mile from the I-95 ramp. The roads are paved and all the sites are large, level concrete pull throughs with a concrete patio set. The pool was clean and well maintained, as was the rest of the park. The staff was very friendly. We stayed three nights and were able to enjoy the Jacksonville flea market next to the park. The noise from the airport next door was not that bad. We would definitely stay here again.
05/2008
rating [ 3/10 ]
We didn't end up staying because the sites were crowded and the few sites that could get satellite reception were already reserved for "members". A $53.44 deposit was required and not returned because we did not give a fourteen day notice of cancellation. The price of $53.44 is quite steep for a rustic campground with no cable or other nice amenities. It is a nice campground for a family camping vacation, but not really designed for 40' motorhomes. It really should not be classifed as big rig friendly. I guess it would be nice enough, but not nice enough to charge $53.44 per night.
05/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
The friendliest, most helpful owners and staff that we have come in contact with in all of our travels. The campground is kept up very well. The sites are large and level. Would definitely go out of our way to stay here again. We felt like family.
10/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
One of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed at! Very well run and professional, friendly staff. Grounds and facilities are immaculate. Beautiful, wooded sites. Accommodates big rigs on many of the sites. Highly recommend.
10/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice campground with clean facilities. A little pricey probably because of the attractions in the area. I think our rate was higher than usual because of a car show coming to the area this weekend. Lots to see and do in the area. The pull-through sites with 50 amp service are in an area with trees, so we were not able to receive a satellite signal. However, cable is provided and included in the rate. Friendly, helpful staff.
09/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
Wonderful campground. Everyone is very friendly. The facility is well-maintained and they even offer home-cooked meals!!
09/2007
rating [ 1/10 ]
Wolfie's is a participating Passport America campground. We were assigned to a pull through spot over the phone when we called to check availability. The lady asked if we had a satellite and was very friendly. When we arrived and checked in, she told us, "If you think you are getting that prime spot for half off, you're crazy!" She told us we could pay full price or move to another site where we would not be able to receive a satellite signal. When we told her that we were not happy about paying full price, which we were going to do even though we shouldn't be required to, she tore up the registration and told us she wanted us to leave. She said, "If you are not going to be happy here, then we don't want you here." Then she came by in her golf cart while we were preparing to leave to tell us that she was thinking of pulling out of Passport America, "because of people like us." Perhaps she should do more than consider it since she isn't willing to honor the discount. As a side note, the road leading in to the campground is narrow and winding. It was a little tricky to maneuver an Rv unit pulling a toad.
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