Date of Stay: April, 2010
Well this is our first season at Oak Creek Campground as a seasonal. We have spent two weekends here so far and love every minute. The campground is in a very rural area which is relaxing to stay in and travel through. It is not too far from many attractions and quaint towns. Yes, the campground has a hill but you will have no problem pulling a trailer up it, take your time. I pulled a 6000 pound 33 foot trailer up it with a truck rated for 6000 pounds towing, and had no problems. The owners will help guide you in. The stream is nice as well as the small fishing pond. The grounds are well kept, has nice playgrounds (3), and the campground offers you that all-around relaxation. Lastly, it looks like they have a good amount of transit sites that look easy in, easy out. All and all it is an enjoyable campground in a great central location to visit Amish, Antiquing, farmer market and the Lancaster / Reading area attractions. For us the best plus was the owners are really nice, which is what brings this place from a 9 to a 10 star campground.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
We stayed here for 2 nights: one night on the way to Lake Ontario and one night on the way back. Ok, so as you approach the campground is very clean and the roads are in good shape. On our first stop, we got a W/E pull-through site. The reason I gave the campground a 7: for one thing you face door-to-door the person in the site next to you (no privacy). Two: there was no fire-ring for our site. Third: the 30amp electric was running low on my meter (110V). Now, the good news. The W/E/S pull-through site we stayed at on the way home, was much better. It had a gravel pad, fire ring, privacy, better internet reception, cable TV, electric running at 120V, and was only 6 dollars more then the W/E site. (Yes: the W/E site was a rip off.) Even better, this campground is close to a lot of nice things to do: such as Herkimer Diamond mines, Baseball Hall of Fame, Erie Canal boat trips, and so much more. We would stay again, just never at the W/E pull-through sites.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
Association Island RV Resort & Marina is a very nice relaxing campground. I must say it is very impressive as you pull up and cross their man-made causeway onto your camping island getaway. We stayed in a W/E/S/C (water, electricity, sewer, cable TV) pull-through site right on Lake Ontario. The site was cozy with ample space and a nice fire-ring surrounded by rocks. The sunsets are beyond beautiful and you will want to watch it set every night. There were only two downsides to this RV Resort. One, I could not get their cable TV to work and two, the May-flies are a little annoying. As for the cable not working: you get good reception and more channels with your antenna anyway. The May-flies are attracted to light so just keep them off at night and spray insecticide fogger around your campsite, it helps keep them away. We would go back to this campground.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
Normandy Farm Campground is a great resort camping park. The grounds are immaculate and they are always being kept clean by workers. The staff was very friendly and they guide you to your site. There are 4 pools yes, I said 4 pools. They have 3 outdoor pools and one indoor pool with 2 hot tubs, sauna, and work out room. For the adults they have a nice lounge on the second floor of their lodge with big screen TV, books, and board games. In the back of the resort there is a nice large fenced in dog park. Normandy Farms Campground is a good home base for day trips to Plymouth, Quince, Boston, Cape Cod, and (Newport, RI). There is plenty to do for a week stay and you will really enjoy relaxing and doing nothing at the campground because of its beauty. If I could think of anything bad to say it would be the sites are narrow, but the use of shrubs and bushes to separate the sites still give you a good sense of privacy.
Date of Stay: April, 2009
Holly Shores Campground is a top notch camping resort. The camp store was well stocked and up to date. The staff was very friendly and helpful to us. This was our first time camping and they made us feel comfortable and welcome. They guided us into our spot and gave us tips and hints throughout our stay. The grounds are well kept and the sites are shaded well. They are also very pet friendly and have a fenced dog walk in the back of the campground. The best part is they are a short drive to Cape May and Wildwood Beaches. We loved it so much were going back next weekend.