Date of Stay: August, 2008
Stayed 2 nights with my family. The sites we stayed in were very narrow and long. Not a great combination considering you would typically setup your campsite next to your trailer and not in front or behind. We had about 4 feet of space between the edge of the extended awning and the next campsite, and I parked as far to the drivers side as I could. Small. Our site was typical of the 40 or so sites in the center of the campground. We were in site 107. The camp store was typical. The employees were nice and friendly which is the best thing we can say about our stay. The Men's bathrooms didn't smell very clean, though they looked clean. My wife said the women's room (by the park office) was disgusting. She was there just prior to the 11AM cleaning time. No sewer hookups, but thy did have a honey dipper service and a dump site neither of which we took advantage of. The dump site by the park office appeared to be on the crest of a hill which gave me cause for concern in emptying my tanks properly. The playground was old and needs updating and the miniature golf course was decent. There wasn't a miniature train as depicted on the web site. We didn't partake of any of the activities they had going. It is about 10 minutes to Bushkill Falls which is why we were there. So that was very nice. We probably would not stay there again for the price we paid. GPS directions had us about 1/2 mile short of the campground on the road leading to the campground so stick with it!
Date of Stay: August, 2008
Negatives: Sites were on the small side and not very private, even in the wooded area where we stayed (site #9). Sites were also on the smaller side compared to our other experiences. The campground roads were gravel and of the very dusty gravel which didn't make for the best experience. The fishing pond was covered with green algae bloom. I didn't see any fish jumping or anyone catching any fish. Positives: I thought the employees were very nice. The store was well stocked. They have great activities for the children. The water park is great, though it may be hard to find a place out of the sun. Free activities like shuffleboard, basketball, pedal carts, and others. Great place for children. I couldn't see coming here without kids.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
Staff check in was not rude, but not very helpful either. When we called and made our reservations the girl that took them didn't seem like she knew anything. The sites were very tight, and difficult to maneuver our travel trailer into. There were a ton of mosquitoes. Everything else was very nice though. Pool, beach, lake, boats, fishing, concessions, all very nice. Bathrooms were very clean. Many, many more seasonal sites than weekly or daily. July and August require 1 week rentals which is a bit long for my family in one place. Campground is close to Wildwood boardwalk and Cape May Beaches (10 minutes or so to each). Campground is very close to the Cape May Airport, but it didn't seem to be much of a distraction or annoyance.
Date of Stay: May, 2007
We camped there over a 2 day weekend with friends of ours who had a small pop-up and had a great time. We showed up at the last minute and were able to get 2 sites right next to each other. The sites were large and easy to get into, and well marked. The main roads were paved, there was what appeared to be a nice new playground area, a great place for the children. They had some great activities for the kids. There was a large fishing pond with easy access. The pools were opening on the following weekend and were just replastered last week and were being filled while we were there. They look great. The store was nice and typical of most campgrounds at which we have stayed. We will be staying there again when we can.