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Date of Stay:
July, 2017 -
Been camping 22 years from starting off tent camping when kids were young to RV's, been all up and down the East Coast so we aren't new to camping or campgrounds. Looked this campground up on their website and it looked pretty nice actually the pictures on their website is what sold us on going. When we got there, it wasn't exactly like the pictures. The slides looked huge on the website and in fact were small but good for little kids. Bathrooms were adequate, few times they weren't clean and my husband wouldn't use them. Heard a few campers complaining about stuff on the floor. My neighbor was smoking weed just out at his site, I complained didn't do any good. They have a cop come through the campground every night to give out speeding tickets. It's 5mph and if you go go 1 mile over you get a 70$ ticket, I kid you not. It's catered to mostly seasonal. They fly through the campground on their golf carts going way over 5 but nothing happens. The biggest thing that threw me off is that you are allowed to smoke in the pools, when I say in the pools I'm talking literally in the water! The adult pool is a huge drunk fest, not a single person wasn't drinking in the water and smoking. Staff is not friendly and it was a run down place. We camped at Splash Magic Campground & RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
July, 2015 -
This was our first time camping at this campground. We were with two other families, one of which had children ages 4, 10, 11. The sites were nice. I stayed in the river sites right on the river. Very level and big. You have to pay $20.00 extra for a wristband to be able to use the jumping pillow and peddle carts and use the tubes for the river. The only thing you get in your price is the site and the pool which is extremely small, size of a pool in someone's back yard. The playgrounds are nothing the kids really wanted to play on, not much to them. Mini golf is extra and so is the water wars. They barely had any activities for kids, the campground seems to be geared more towards adults. The bingo was for money, not candy. All three families that were with us actually left early because it was so boring. We camped at Buttonwood Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
June, 2009 -
I just got back from this CG. First time and we hated it! We've been camping for 8 years in every campground in PA and MD so it's not like we are new to camping. The place is beautiful, very well landscaped and clean. The CG caters to the seasonal folks. The majority of the sites are all seasonal and they are situated close to everything and the "transient" sites are so darn far that's it's nearly unejoyable to walk. We even rented a golf cart and it was the only enjoyable thing. There wasn't that many people this weekend, my son was bored. Everyone was very snotty and was just plain rude. Only the older ladies in the camp store were nice. The people running the cafe were ignorant. They close the grill at 7:30 and close at 8 so don't think you're getting food at 7:20 either. One gentleman that works there was so ignorant that we packed up Sunday morning early and left. You're not allowed to drink, they have way too many rules, the one bathroom that is for the entire section below the pool only had 2 toilets and 2 showers and for the showers you have to keep pushing in the knob for water. The pool is entirely too small for the big camp ground. Even the campers aren't very nice. We will never go back! We camped at Lake-in-Wood Camping Resort in a Tent Trailer.