Date of Stay: June, 2010
Just returned from 3 days and 2 nights at the quietest and most pleasant campground we've stayed at. The owners were friendly and helpful and the site was perfect. There are sites for all tastes at Country Haven. We preferred a large wooded lot with lots of shade. They have a lovely wooded section, a semi-wooded section and sites that are wide open but with at least 1 large shade tree. The view of the Amish farms across the valley was wonderful. We prefer to sit back, read and relax in a peaceful surrounding and we had it here (early evening during the week all I could hear, other than the birds, were a couple of Amish horse carriages clopping down the road that runs along the side of the campground). All sites had full hook-ups available, good water pressure and very adequate electric power (we registered about 118 amps). No pool, no kids in golf carts, no game room, no store; just peace and quiet only 1:20 from Cherry Hill, NJ or about 45 minutes from downtown Philadelphia.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
The campground is very clean and the management is very friendly and accommodating. The majority of the sites seemed to be seasonal sites but were pretty well maintained (even the older units that we saw). The rest room and laundry facilities that we used were old and very well used but were clean and seemed to be maintained several times during the day. Many activities for kids though we didn't bother with those (only kid is our 3 legged English Cocker Spaniel). The sites were gravel and drained very well after the thunderstorm and downpour. There were plenty of shady sites available. The campground was quiet, however several times a day the trains from the nearby crossing could be heard (this was not a serious noise problem). Very pet friendly although it was difficult to find an appropriate pet walk area. We would come back when in the area.
Date of Stay: April, 2008
This park still has the potential to be a great stop (and longer) but as the work progresses there is still no pool, no picnic tables at any site, no grills at any site and still only one toilet in the beautiful bath area building. The individual sites are very spacious and well kept. The park is quiet, and much effort was spent on plantings, etc. I realize that picnic tables are an expensive proposition but having one available (even for rent) would be an improvement. In addition, the 24 hour charge of $4.00 for internet wifi use seems a bit out of line. It would only take a little effort to make this a 9 or 10.
Date of Stay: January, 2008
We stayed here only 1 night in December, 2007 on the way to Florida and 1 night on the way back in January, 2008. I wish that we had had more time because this was the nicest KOA at which we've ever stayed. The dog run was clean and spacious, the site (one of the deluxe sites with the patio furniture) was level with lots of room between sites and full hook ups. During both stays the owners and employees went out of their way to make us welcome and comfortable. There is a nice lending library with videos and books (we left a couple for the next guests) and a pretty well stocked store. Even though it is only about a mile from I-95, it was still quiet with very little road noise (a real requirement for me). We are looking forward to coming back for a longer stay.
Date of Stay: January, 2008
We stayed here twice within a month (1 night each way in December, 2007 and January 2008) and were very happy with the sites and the quiet. When we stayed the first time, the young man who showed us to our site was very helpful and offered to get us levelling blocks as we had some difficulty getting level in this site. When we came back in January the owner, Ron, showed us to a similar, spacious site that was absolutely level with no adjustments. Easy to find and quiet with the shade trees and site separation that we like. Very friendly and accommodating.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
This is a quiet, very pleasant location. The owners were very friendly and helpful. Our site had some shade from a few trees (which we requested) but the site was oriented so the morning and afternoon sun rays were parallel to the site (i.e., the awning was only effective from about 11:00 until 2:00). Not the fault of the park, obviously. There are several large grassy areas with shade trees and each site has a large (very heavy) rubber mat for our convenience. It was a little difficult to pull in front of the door but we arrived after a pretty strong rain storm. There is a fairly large open drainage ditch running through the park which allowed the water from the storm to quickly drain off.The office has a minimal selection of food and camping items. The restrooms were clean and conveniently located. This was only an overnight stop for us but we would stay here again on our way through South Carolina.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
This is a terrific state park with very quiet, shaded sites. It seemed that the majority of the sites were occupied by owners with families in tents and camper trucks. The sites remained quiet throughout our stay and our dog (English Cocker Spaniel) found it to be the most comfortable (i.e., nice hiking trails, lots of trees and bushes, etc.) of our trip. The park is patrolled regularly and the site hosts at the time, were very friendly and helpful. We arrived on a Thursday afternoon and had a choice of many sites. By Friday night the park seemed to be about 85 - 90% occupied and the site choices were more limited. There was a surprisingly lack of mosquitoes and flies. A movie with free popcorn was shown in a common area on Friday night. We stayed here for two nights and will be sure to come back for a longer stay.
Date of Stay: June, 2007
Everything about this park is wonderful. The nicest restrooms and laundry facilities of any campground we've stayed at. The owners are friendly and showed us around the campground, and the expansion plan areas. It's called Williston Crossing because a train goes past the grounds once or twice a day (not during quiet times) and is more of an attraction than a nuisance. The park will also continue to have a nice railroad theme. The only thing that I wished for, and didn't have, was a picnic table. These were still in the planning stage. The sites are separated by trellises and plantings of honeysuckle. The owners have also spent a great deal of time, money and care on the other plants and trees at the campground. We will definitely stay here again and look forward to watching the park grow!