Date of Stay: May, 2007
Excellent park. Highly reccomened and we will be back soon. Plenty of things to do in the area.
Date of Stay: June, 2006
A very nice, well run, clean campground. We were there during Thunder in the Valley so there were a lot of motorcycles but it still was a pleasant weekend. Very clean restrooms, heated pool, well stocked store and many activities. Lakefront site #25 was really nice. The campground is within a half hour of both Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and the Flight 93 temporary memorial and crash site. Both are a must see if you are in southwestern PA. We will return next time we are out that way.
Date of Stay: July, 2005
This is a very nice resort. We stayed for a week in July 2005 and had great weather. I was dissapointed in the "deluxe pull through" sites, E-14 through E-27. Most of them were very tight and curved pretty severely. They are also all sand so there is a lot of erosion from campers going in and out and tires digging in. If you have a big rig there will be quite a bit of maneuvering to get positioned just right. I couldn't get my 5th wheel in a really good position. Everything else about this campground was great. Most of the seasonal sites, and there are a lot, are well maintained. The lake and beach areas are great with a snack bar right there. The camp store is well stocked and there is an attached cafe for breakfast and lunch. There are alot of activities and the campground is a short drive to the ocean, Cape May, the Wildwoods, and Atlantic City. We will definitely be back for a week next year, and I have already scouted some of the better sites to request.
Date of Stay: June, 2005
Very large beautifully maintained campground. Most of the sites are very large and wooded. The reason my review is not higher is as follows: The pet policy is strange. Pets are allowed but must remain on your own site. No pet walking at all. The camp store is very bare with hardly any supplies other than for their fishing lake. The office is also very far away from most of the sites so you must drive to get anything including ice etc... A pool would enhance this place greatly. Not everyone wants to swim in a lake. You also have to pay a fee to fish at the lake even if you don't keep any fish. Some of the overhead wires are pretty low. My clearance is 12'6" and I had trouble in a couple of areas and had to back up or go around. The experience there was good other than the issues stated. It was very quiet and relaxing.
Date of Stay: May, 2005
Campground is not in fantastic condition although the showers and bathrooms were clean. The store is well stocked. Most of the rental sites are all in the wide open areas, not much shade. There are a lot of old run down seasonal units. Most should just be knocked down. The people are pleasant and helpful, but they need to put a lot more effort into sprucing up the place. It is in a beautiful part of the state with a lot to do in the area so it could be a great destination in the future. The fishing pond was covered with water grass. There was also a sewer line back-up about 2 sites away from us over the Memorial Day weekend. We will not be back until some future positive reviews are posted.
Date of Stay: April, 2005
We just returned from our most recent trip to Robin Hill. I have camped there many times but waited until this most recent trip before posting a review. I wanted to see what improvements might have been made. This campground is a great place to visit. They have remodeled the office/store for this year, it's not completely stocked but I am sure it will be soon. The sites up on the "hill" are the best with great views, a playground and convenient clean restrooms/showers if you need them. The fishing lake is great fun. If you can't catch something you are doing something wrong. Activities for kids, and electronic playroom also adult activities. It's also only 10 minutes from Cabela's on Route 78 and close to all the outlets in Reading. We have already reserved for our next stay in mid June.