Date of Stay: June, 2009
This "Resort" has gone down hill over the last 3 years. Coincidentally , the resort was taken over by new owners 3 years ago. We found that the staff was extremely rude, and when asked questions, the staff seemed like it was a problem to give you the entire answer. When I made reservations, I asked about the water slide, in relation to our campsite. They told me where it was. They did not, however, tell me that there was an additional charge of $10.00 per person, per day. The hours were limited, especially for summertime hours, and you must obtain a wristband from the main office. The office is at the other end of the park. The gift shop is a "hands off" gift shop. This I know because I witnessed the counter person telling a person to please do not touch the "toy guns ", they are for sale, not to just handle. The movie times , published on the flyer, were wrong because " the office chooses to play it earlier if they want." Then people show up at the correct movie time, and it is already 1/2 over. When asked if they can start the movie again, the staff stated that they are on a time schedule and maintenance leaves at a certain time. The movie must be over by then because maintenance has to put the movie away. This was told to me as the counter person was stopping the movie, and putting it away herself. We talked with several campers who have stayed with Drummer Boy over the last 10 to 15 years. They feel the same way. Many of them reported that this would be their last stay @ Drummer Boy.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
Nice little park. It was early in the season, and we had a great time. There is space between the sites, and the sites are pet friendly. The staff was friendly and welcoming. We will be going back again.