Date of Stay:
July, 2010 -
We stayed July 4th weekend. We stayed with other families and had 3 sites next to each other. I loved our sites. We had plenty of room. Looking around the campground, no one really looked like they were on top of each other. The staff was very friendly. They kept patrolling the area in golf carts, maybe a little too much. The pool was on the smaller size and a bit crowded, but if you waited for a different time than the afternoon rush, there was enough room. Now for the bathroom. I didn't use them (travel trailer) but others in my group did. In the afternoon there was no water pressure so the toilets wouldn't flush. There seems to be some water pressure issues when the campground is busy. I would recommend filling your water tank and using that when the pressure is low. One of the nights we had no water to any of the campsites for a few hours. We did appreciate the service recovery of free mini golf and ice cream. Cable reception was good. The internet was strong. If you're just popping on the net for quick emails it's fine, but it keeps asking you to accept the terms if you're on for a while. Over all, we enjoyed our stay. We camped at Delaware Water Gap / Pocono Mountain KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
September, 2009 -
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The bathrooms were clean although I was told the water pressure in the showers was weak (didn't use it personally). A pond is available for fishing but the lake is overloaded with lily pads so I'm uncertain if you can maneuver a row boat on it. They have oars and boats here for you to attempt it though. It's family friendly but it's more cut out for the ones with older children. There really isn't a place for young little ones (less than 4 years old) to run around safely or a play area for them. I was also quite nervous having the back of our site overlooking a 20ft drop-off to another road below. The swimming pool was clean and heated enough even for me to get in. The snack bar was a treat being able to have a hot dog and ice cream after swimming. Fun, clean and friendly place: just really not for the little ones. We camped at Interlake RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
July, 2009 -
We went here last year. Nicely landscaped. Friendly staff. Very nice pool with slide and also has a separate baby pool. Showers were clean. Wireless internet available at the camp store/snack bar building. Park for kids is fenced in which I thought was great. They even supplied trucks/toys inside the park for them to play with. Miniature golf, tennis, basketball courts. Quiet, family resort. I will definitely be going back this year. Almost forgot to mention...short drive to Wildwood Beach and Cape May shopping. We camped at Shellbay Family Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.