Date of Stay:
September, 2005 -
A very popular campground, I don't know why no one has ever done a review on it. This was our first time there and we loved it! They have a beautiful stocked lake for fishing, bumper boats, miniture golf, nightly movies, wagon rides, activities, so-so store, snack bar, awesome playground and pool. All this and it is along the Susquehanna River. Most of the roads are paved for easy bike riding. They do have golf carts and bike rentals there too. The reason I gave this campground a 9 and not a 10 was due to you had to pay to fish in the lake. I think that is crazy! But we did cause we love to go throw a line in. Our campsite was a great size with plenty of room for our little ones to run around and play. Concrete pad and gravel. Although I could of done without the huge movie screen behind our camper that played way too scary movies both nights from 8 to 10pm. Next time I will request a different area. According to their activity list, there was only suppose to be a movie Friday night and that we could put up with, but some campers requested a movie Saturday night and management agreed. So I guess most folks didn't mind it but it was annoying not to have a quiet campfire for 2 nights. But everything else in this campground was spectacular for us! We definitely return in the summer to use the pool! We camped at Splash Magic Campground & RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
June, 2005 -
This is a very nice and big campground. It is hard to get around by just walking. We rented a golf cart because of the gravel it was difficult to ride bikes. We had a site in the "new" section up the hill next to the new water slide. It was a decent size site. The best thing about it was the awesome neighbors! There was planned activities and a well stocked store. The "heated" pools were beautiful but still not warm enough for the chilly day. We will definitely return. We camped at Drummer Boy Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
May, 2005 -
We love this campground! It is part of a resort so there are cabins, townhouses, and hotel as well as RV sites. It is a big place situated on Lake Iszac which has excellent fishing. A new marina will be opening May 23rd. You can rent boats. The RV sites are far from the rest of the resort so you would have to drive. There is an awesome outdoor pool, as well as an indoor pool with a huge hot tub. If you don't feel like cooking there is a restaurant, and grill/bar on site. There is also horse back riding, planned activities, playground, and miniture golf. The hotel lodge is nice to have for friends that don't have an RV to join you. We have stayed in both the cabins, hotel and RV sites. We will definitely return! We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Travel Trailer.