Date of Stay: May, 2013
This campground is clean and very nice. Paved entrance road, paved road around sites, gravel on sites, nice concrete patio. Nice friendly staff. Small store inside check in area but adequate. Nice pool and kiddie pool, game room and work out room (weight room is very nice). A few cabins but have not seen inside them. Restrooms are nice and were clean. Gas fire place outside the check in office with rocking chairs adds a nice place to sit in the evenings. As stated before in other reviews, this is a tourist area and traffic is VERY busy. No fault of campground. Many times we come here there is a motor home rally or something going on but everyone is nice and you hardly notice it's a rally or get together. We will come back again.
Date of Stay: October, 2008
A nice campground. The staff could be friendlier. We were overall pleased with stay. Pool was closed for season but looked nice. The negatives are the staff weren't overly friendly, the store didn't have hardly any supplies or food in stock, there is a concrete industry next door so there is some noise and dust but not bad, gravel roads were very dusty (very dry when we were here), lots of permanent sites so fills up fast with what's left for travelers. Positives were: nice campground, well kept, bathrooms were clean, near everything (hiking, stores, shows if you want that sort of thing). I had been here once before and was not pleased with the way I was treated (a person that was on the site we had reserved wanted to stay longer so we were moved three times. They put us on another site and then had to move because someone else had reserved it for later that week. The same thing happened later on in the week and we were eventually given the site we had reserved.) This time I saw that happen to someone else. Keep this in mind when you make your reservation.
Date of Stay: September, 2008
A nice campground. We stayed here while visiting Pittsburgh area. This campground has a pond for fishing, swimming pool (small) and a very nice store stocked with about anything you would need. All sites are on a hill but all sites are level and easy access. They escorted everyone to their site while we were here with a golf cart (not necessary but a nice thing to do). One bath house for the entire area but not busy when we were here. Store doesn't open early but still a very nice place. Staff were friendly and helpful. The negative about this campground is their entrance. It is on a blind curve and coming out you have to be careful of traffic.
Date of Stay: September, 2008
This campground was nice. The owner is very nice and very friendly. Staff were very nice as well. This campground is near Williamsport and in a very nice setting. Most sites are permanent sites but there are some for folks passing through. There is a pond for fishing, a playground for kids and a petting zoo (a small area with mostly farm animals such as a calf, chickens, goats and so on)and a pool. We stayed here while visting the area. Ricketts Glen state park is a good little ways away from the campground but worth the drive if you like to hike and see waterfalls and there is a lake for fishing. The negatives about this park are that there are only a few sites available for travelers but still were very nice. The bath house is up the hill from the pull through sites (a good little walk). The positives were the friendly people that own this campground and the staff, the beautiful setting and the things they have to do (pool, pond, playground, activities). The store is well stocked. We enjoyed this campground. If there were more sites for travelers I would have given it a 10.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
I have stayed at this campground for approximately 20 years, in the spring and usually again in the fall. Management has changed in the last few years and I see a decline in this campground. The positives: Beautiful area and campground. Kept up nice (not quite as nice as before management change). Pool and hot tub. Nice sites and big rig sites. Nice cabins. The negatives: Not kept as nice as before. Staff not knowlegdeable about much (it took three people to figure out how to refund a ladies charge when charged for wrong thing. it took 4 to figure out how to refund one night for us). Fishing is going downhill (campground has no control over this). Pool was dirty and too much chlorine in water. Not prepared for large weekend. Cable was off 3 times. It's just the little things that have declined in this campground which I have previously rated at a 10. The staff aren't as friendly and not trained very well. In all this is a nice campground and it is very busy from spring to fall, so if you don't like crowds this place isn't for you. Staff needs training, campground needs attention and work. There are a few hidden charges as well. The site quote isn't what you pay. Expect about $3 per night extra for resort fee, misc fee and so on. I don't use internet so I can't say about that but cable (when working) is free, pool and hot tub are free. Mini golf has a charge and so do bikes and things of that nature. The usual for most campgrounds. Camp store is well stocked and very nice. I will return again but if this campground continues as is, or worsens then I may stay somewhere else in the future.
Date of Stay: October, 2007
We have stayed in this campground for about 30 years usually in the spring and sometimes in the fall. The ownership has changed hands but mostly the CG remains the same. Not quite as clean as it used to be and I agree, they have started charging for the little things that used to be free. On holidays and busy weekends this campground if full and often isn't as clean as it should be and is usually noisy with the children that are there. It's a nice place and in off season, quiet.
Date of Stay: May, 2007
Nice campground, crowded on holidays and special times just like any other campground. Nice sites. Friendly staff.