Date of Stay: August, 2008
We decided to book a week based on the website and not reviews from others and what a mistake. This place has seen better days. The pool needs work, the pond is not great and the video games are outdated and i lost as quarters on every game trying to play. There is no mini zoo and all the attractions are shutdown or removed. Morgan does not maintain this campground very well. Some of the staff are nice (Sandy) but most are disgruntled and appear miserable. There are very few activities for the kids and they were bored until some seasonals came in for the weekend. We will not be back ever and take your own chances if you want to stay here. We doubt we will book anything with Morgan again, too bad because this campground has a lot of potential due to its location, size and layout of the sites. We did get a seasonal site, big and shady but thats about it, sorry Morgan, you don't impress us.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
We made last minute arrangements based on their web-site and not other's reviews. The campground is friendly, spacious, clean and in a dense forest with access to the Plattekill creek. They are upgrading the electric and cable in addition to adding new sites and entrance to park. If you like true camping then this is for you, every site had shade and plenty of space and privacy from other sites. We plan to make this an annual stop. The owners are generous, attentive and very friendly, go see for yourself!
Date of Stay: June, 2008
This park has it all and if you want a family friendly, fun-filled, spacious and clean campground, then look no further. We stayed 5 nights for the price of 4 and were busy the entire time. The grounds are well kept and there are non-stop activities for all. The sites are large and the restrooms were immaculate, it's no wonder they won the 2007 "Yogi" national award. Don't miss this as one of your destinations for fun!
Date of Stay: May, 2008
This is a great campground for both transient and seasonal campers with most sites being seasonal. The transient sites have water and cable but no sewage hookups. This isn't a problem because they have two close dump stations with large pull ins. The pool is large and they have the biggest hot tub I've ever seen. The campground also has tennis courts, beach, basketball, volleyball and just about every thing else you can think of to make your camping stay enjoyable. Go Panther Lake!