My daughter and I wanted to go to Washington D.C. and this campground came highly recommended. We were not disappointed. The facility was extremely well kept. Everything was top notch. Great bathrooms, 2 pools, miniature golf, eatery and more. We were able to buy Metro (public transportation) tickets right there. The staff at the campground was very friendly and helpful. We asked for directions to visit a friend who lived about an hour away and they had pre-printed directions on how to get to the area in which he lived. I wish other places did this. All in all, I would absolutely come here again and have recommended it to others.
On the advice from two of my friend from work I thought I'd give Camp Bell Campground a try. I made the reservations by phone and it was easy and quick. When we arrived we were greeted by one of the owners. He was pleasant and welcomed us to the campground. He checked us in and showed us to our site. It was easy to get in and it was close to everything. They have a very nicely stocked store with the needed items plus a lot of nice gift items, all priced reasonably. Onwers gave us a list of places he recommended we see during the week. We saw the Corning Museum of Glass. It was fantastic. My two daughters 17 and 23 both loved it as well. They actually got to make a glass item themselves out of molten glass. We went to a vineyard for a wine tour and saw the Glen Curtis Museum of Aviation. There was lot's to do in the area. The campground itself was very well kept. Clean facilities, a nice pool, laundry area and a nice, safe play ground area for all the little kids. The owner was constantly working to keep the place up. The campers seemed to love him. There were people that lived in the area that camped there very often and told me what a positive change he has made since they bought it 5 years ago. They had a few seasonable sites that were very well kept. Over all, I would recommend Camp Bell Campground to every one. I plan to go back with some friends in the future.