Date of Stay: August, 2014
We camped here in a 32 foot 5th wheel. They gave us a choice of wooded or open. We choose a wooded site. The main road is paved all other roads are gravel/dirt and the road to the site was narrow but we were able to maneuver our camper to our site. Speed limit is 10 MPH on main road. The rule is that you may not joy ride through the park. You may drive your vehicle to and from your site, so you will need to bring your bikes or golf cart with you because this is a huge place. There are two bike paths in the park that lead to the camp store, pool and game room. There is no Wi-Fi at camp site, but you will get it at the beach and outdoor pavilion area. The beach has a rocky shore so bring your beach shoes. The water was very clear and on the cold side (we were here in August). Showers/bathrooms and laundry room were clean. It costs .25 cents to take a shower. Staff and neighbors were friendly. We would definitely camp here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2014
Pros: Clean rest room, helpful/friendly staff, paved roads, nice pool with water slides,sprinkler park for tots, activities for all, and nice playgrounds. We had a very level concrete premium site. Very quiet/peaceful park but it gets busier on weekends. Grounds and landscaping are lovely and well manicured. Cons: River swimming includes jelly fish. My kids and hubby got stung. Very small laundry room and pull cord showers. There are no A/C in bathrooms or laundry room. However, lots of retirees camp here, which would explain the peace and quiet. When we retire we would come back. Bring your bikes to get around this is a very large park.
Date of Stay: July, 2014
We were in row 4. We had a concrete pad and it was very level, hence, a very easy set up when we got here. Staff is friendly. Rest rooms were clean, laundry room was adequate. No activities for kids, but they have a pool and a giant inflatable slide. We would definitely camp here again.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
We arrived on a Monday and had no trouble checking in, did notice that weekends were far busier. Campground roads are paved and campground is huge so bring bikes, scooters to get around. They do rent bikes for $40/week or $12/day. Some people brought their own golf cart or you can rent one for $50/day. We were at site Juniata 7 which was perfect for us because it was between bath room and pool/lake. Our site was completely level. My observation was that all sites were very level. Just pull in and set up camp. They cleaned the restrooms mid morning. Water park had three slides, they had a kiddie "sprinkler" park and two pools to swim in. The lake is treated so there is no algae. I did see some minnows swimming near the shore and people were fishing in same lake, but not in roped off swimming area. Beach is raked every morning and there are lounge chairs on the beach, but you can bring your own if you choose. They have an ice cream parlor and miniature golf course ($5/person/game), very nice. Weekends get busy and there are a lot of golf carts and bike riders sharing the road, speed limit is 10 MPH, and a light is recommended for your bike if you will be riding at night. We attended the crab feast $30/adult,$15/child all you can eat crabs and hot dogs, french fries, corn chowder, pork sandwich, lemonade, sweet ice tea, and beer. Police cruising the park that weekend, no problems just for security/safety reasons.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
We had a pull through site and it was not level. We kept having power surges and the circuit kept tripping at the post. Rest rooms were updated. Park was clean. Pool was nice. They have a basket ball court, the concrete slab needs work, but it was OK to shoot some baskets. Gravel roads; so skip bringing the bikes. They have a volley ball area, and a nice playground. A small stocked pond to fish from. People were friendly. My only gripe was the electrical issue and we were told at the office that other people were having issues, so it wasn't just our site. This is the only reason why I would not go back.