I actually live about 1 hour away from Knoebels. The amusement park is nice because there is NO admission to get in, however on the weekends now that summers here (we think -- lol) you will have to get tickets, there are NO hamdstamps. For smaller children I guess this woudl work but my 2 dd are 11 and 16 and we can blow a $5 book of tickets on 2 roller coaster rides...and the bigger rides like that. We do go for the food. We just limit the amount of $ we take for rides and when its gone, its gone. Its rated high for the park food. My dh loves the funnel cake
As far as camping...there are no sewer hookups altho my dh said he thinks there may be a few, I dont. When we stayed there the sites were small, and I got a shower there in which the water was cold. You had to get a shower first thing or real late to get warm water. If the has been remedied now, that I dont know. We felt crammed on the sites. They have since added a new section but I wasnt impressed with that either.
For the convenience its GREAT..you are right there! You can walk to your site after a day at the park. They have a large pool (outside the campground) with water slides and stuff that you pay for if you want. The campground does have a small pool but this pool I mentioned is huge. You may have a hard time getting ressies at this stage but its worth the shot. They are always filled up, and I think its due to the location of the campground/park. Its very convenient for families especially w small children.
Like I said--we loved the convenience but we didnt like anything else about it. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have specific ?'s.
Hope that helped.....Oh, we camped in a pop up. They have a web site for the campground, did you visit that to take a peek. Altho I have found out many times....web sites and pictures can be deceiving
Stacy in PA