Date of Stay: May, 2012
Our check-in process was swift and the staff were very friendly. We were escorted to our site which was nice. We camped at site # 68 which was a water/electric site. Wi-Fi worked great there and the ground was level. The bathrooms and showers in the bathhouse were clean and air-conditioned. We would camp here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
We loved everything about this park: the free shuttle to Hershey Park, the awesome camp store and even the amount of space between the sites in the Hilltop area. The only negative for us was the constant noise from the trains. One might not have much issue with the trains if they are in a camper with your AC unit running. We would bring our travel trailer back here and camp again or rent a cabin. We got to see the inside of a cabin that sleeps 7 and it was very nice. The Wi=Fi also worked well.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
We had a great time at this campground with our 28ft travel trailer and our family's pop up camper!! We had a pull through site and had no problems maneuvering out of them. The entrance is narrow along with a stretch of road that leads back to the RV area. Traffic runs in both directions so it will be challenging when two RVs are on the road. The pool and water slide were nice, crowded so we had to bring our own chairs, though. We enjoyed the ice cream and nachos they sell near the pool. They also sell pizza, wings, burgers, and hot dogs. The camp store was very small, but they managed to pack a lot of RV and camp supplies in it. There is a beer and wine store not even 5 minutes up the road, and a grocery store that was about 6-7 miles away. The internet worked well with no problems, and they allow you to set your trash at the edge of your campsite for pickup. They also sell wood at the campsite. The price was a little steep for a campground, but that comes along with the "resort" name. Would we return?: Yes, there were plenty of spots forRVs, and we had pleasant neighbors!!
Date of Stay: May, 2010
Memorial Day weekend 2010. First, the good: Harpers Ferry KOA is a great campground as far as amenities. The children had a great time with the jumping pillow, pool game room, ice cream, basketball courts, and the adults loved the volleyball game. There are lots of Kabins at this site. I also like that the staff ride around and pick up your trash bags that you can set at the end of your site. They also ride around and have firewood and ice that you can purchase right at your site. Their campstore is one of best I have seen!! They even have a 100 seat movie theater that shows family friendly movies! Now, the not so good: This is something that many reviewers have commented on and that I read about prior to me camping here: The sites are so close together (side by side and across from each other) which makes it challenging when you are backing in an RV. In our case, we have a 28 foot travel trailer. If our (RV site) neighbors across from our site were there when we pulled in it would have been tricky, hopefully not impossible because we also had a huge tree stump to maneuver around on our site (site 179) as well. When it was time to leave, we pulled out at 8:00 am while everyone was still sleeping. I had to stand outside of the truck to make sure my husband was clear of the tree on our site and the neighbor's truck across from us. Also when traveling through the campground at one point I had to get out to make sure we were clear of another vehicle. The roads are also not marked so you really don’t know if you are traveling down the opposite direction of a one way road. I think I saw one arrow in the whole campground area that we traveled. All in all we had a great time with family and friends. Memorial Day weekend is an extremely busy weekend so, maybe on an "off weekend" the space issue isn't so bad. This will always be a "review issue" and there is nothing the owners can do about that now, so hopefully when the campground is not as busy they take their "space issue" into consideration when assigning sites to RVers. Would I camp here again: No, and only because of the space issue. The campground is only a little over an hour from our home which is an ideal destination and like I said, earlier, the staff and amenities are wonderful but for our own "sanity" and fear of tearing up our property or someone else's we will go elsewhere. Oh, and our Internet connection was great the first day but did not connect on the rest of the days due to a low signal. But that was OK because I needed to be "disconnected" from technology, however it would have been nice to "browse occasionally"!!
Date of Stay: April, 2010
This is our very first campsite we visited after we bought our travel trailer. We consider it our "home" because it was the first! It is very quiet and around pretty surroundings. We stayed at sites "cliffhanger" and site 38 which has a cable hook up which was nice! Both sites are pull-throughs. We will always go back to Morris Meadows!