Date of Stay: August, 2005
Very nice park with lots of available activities. Even included a free shuttle into Lake George. Improvements could be made on how to manage the extremely dusty conditions in some parts of the park. The dust was all over everything and impacted the cleanliness of the bathrooms and showers. The dust would track and quickly make the bathrooms ugly and the drying area of the showers very poor. Thought should be given to how to better manage all the dirt. The only other complaint was that the paper toweling (in light of the prior comments) needs better attention to keep a full supply. I have always tried to leave park rest rooms/showers in better condition than when I walked in--however, with all the dust and lack of paper towels, this is was very difficult.
Date of Stay: July, 2005
The park could be a terrific place to camp but apparently has fallen into a somewhat sorry state. While we were there over the 4th of July holiday (a monstrous holiday in Gettysburg) the office was typically closing before 8 pm. The snack bar usually was not open and didn't open at all on the 4th. The bathrooms were relatively clean, but certainly could use more attention. The main shower/washroom had no screens and needed more cleaning cuz of the dead bugs & stuff. The sites need some upkeep. One nearby camper was greeted with cobwebs all over his utility pole and found that there was no power available when he closed his local breaker. By the way, although this camp is supposed to be a "Good Sam" park, all good sam members are apparently being told that the usual discounts do not apply on holidays. I have been told this is against Good Sam policy. The only positive thing to report is that the new pool was very clean and wonderful. It is a real shame that this park with its great location has fallen to this state.