Date of Stay: December, 2007
This is a well maintained park with mostly seasonal sites. The campground is dog friendly with very strict rules. The staff assists you in parking your rig. It has an indoor pool and is mostly "seniors" although we did have kids parked next to us. For us, it was all about location. It is the only private campground in the area that can accommodate our size rig.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
The Campground is very clean with all site covered in crushed red brick mulch, with beautiful landscaping. The previous owner took a great deal of pride in the park's overall appearance, and built one of the nicest bathroom buildings we have seen. Backing in a 40 foot rig can be nerve racking and not all sites will allow you to use your Sat. Dish, awnings, or some slides. There is a gated dog park to let fido run and our dogs feel very at home at this park. Unfortunately, not all dog owners are considerate, and some permanent site holders walk their dogs without leashes. Although there may be 140 sites, only 20 or so are not permanent. Of those, only 6 can accommodate big rigs.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
Whenever we are not Boondocking or Tailgating at a Penn State game, we find this to be the most desirable of the "two" Campgrounds in the area. We find it to be quite scenic, well maintained, and with very helpful staff. It is also very dog friendly with large amount of open space. We have never used the bathroom facilities nor are we interested in a pool. It is also 15 minutes from Downtown State College.