Date of Stay: June, 2010
We stayed here for my daughter's birthday weekend (she turned 7) with my son (4) and step-son (5). Also my brother and his family, daughter (5) and son (3), camped too. We had a blast. The kids loved the water park, peddle cars and giant jumping mat. We had a visit from Yogi with a cake for my daughter's birthday and she was all smiles. My son keeps asking if we can go for his birthday in August so we'll be booking soon. The sites were a good size and the bathhouses were very clean. I thought the staff was excellent: very friendly and accommodating. The water park isn't theme-park quality, but the little ones didn't care. They were thrilled. They also have activities going on all day long for the kids to do. I would highly recommend this park. We're going back.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
We stayed at Warwick Woods over Mother's Day weekend. I'd stayed here as a child, but didn't remember the place. Well, I'll remember it now! This is a nice little campground with large sites that are easy to back in to. We camped directly across from a small, but very clean bathhouse and next to a playground. Our three small kids (4,5,6) loved it! The owners are very friendly, there are plenty activities and the other campers were great. We're looking forward to spending more nights here this year and looking forward for the pool to open. Would highly recommend.
Date of Stay: April, 2010
This was our first stop on 2010 and the only (fingers crossed) in a tent as our new popup will be ready later this week. The campground is very nice. We stayed in site 90 just a short walk to the bathhouse. The site was very level and there was an adequate amount of space between sites. Most importantly, the bathrooms and especially the showers were very clean, even during the height of the morning "rush". The only problem is the very busy freight train tracks right next to the campground. We were close (it felt like under sometimes) and the trains are constantly running all night. Let me tell you, it took a while to ignore the ground shaking and noise of each passing. Overall, if you're going to Hershey Park, this is a nice place to stay. I'd try to stay as far away from the trains as possible.