Date of Stay: July, 2009
This is a lovely little campground located in Pennsylvania's Amish Country. It was nice to sit by the fire in the evening and hear the clip clop of horses and their wagons on the street as the Amish traveled. The sites were nice, and most offered some shade. The pool is nice, as is the game room. It was fun to play bingo and everyone was welcome. One of the best treats was the Amish girls who came through selling their baked goods--yummy. The campground is well-located for enjoying the numerous activities in the area.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
I've camped for many years and found this campground to be very clean and impressive. We rented a cabin for two nights and had a great time. The cabin was clean and contained beds and other furniture, a dorm-style refrigerator and microwave. The bathrooms and showers were clean and well stocked; the only negative being that the electrical outlet in the shower facility didn't work. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The camp store is well stocked and the prices are reasonable. There are four swimming areas consisting of three pools and one water park-type facility with buckets that fill and pour on you and water showering you (very cute) types of things. One pool is a kiddie pool, one is an adult pool, and the third is for everyone. You have to get a bracelet at the camp store each day before using the pool; this is to ensure that only paying customers use the facilities which, in my opinion, is very reasonable. The park also has a laundry room. Although I didn't use it, I did check it out and found it to be clean and adequate. There was a MAJOR thunderstorm one of the nights we were there and the park staff was out immediately after the thundering/lightning stopped, while it was still raining, to clear up the tree limbs that fell. I was very impressed by this. There is also wireless Internet available for campers' use right behind the store. There are three picnic-type tables under a roof and electrical outlets are available. The wireless Internet worked very well. Additionally, there are numerous interesting places to visit nearby, including the private community of Lakeside and the Marblehead lighthouse; Cedar Point Amusement Park is pretty close, as well. Finally, be sure to stop by Jolly Rogers in Port Clinton for a delicious fish sandwich--YUM!!! It was so relaxing that I wish we had been able to spend our entire vacation there!