Date of Stay: July, 2010
We stayed for 4th of July weekend. The campground had plenty of activities going, and every site was filled. The downside to it being so busy, was the constant traffic passing through the campground. It wouldn't have been so bad if the campsites were "wooded" as promised. There was no privacy from the street or our ignorant neighbors. We would have been better off camping in an open field, it would be easier to back the trailer in. Watching people come and go, they all had issues backing their RV's or trailers into the sites. We had neighbors walking through our site as a short cut to the bathroom, neighbors setting off fireworks, and fires left unattended. Some also had fires at least 5 ft high. The bathrooms were always filthy and had no soap. The campground also ran out of ice. Didn't seem like many took the rules very seriously. Needless to say, we were extremely disappointed in our stay and won't be staying here again, nor will we recommend this campground to anyone.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
We could not be any happier with Habor Hill. We camped here for our first trip of the season (Memorial Day Weekend). We arrived before check in time and were able to get right into our site. The site itself was great. Big enough for our truck, pop up, & screen house with plenty of room to spare. The only downfall to our site (#50) was the light pole outside our site. It would shine into the tent at night. The other downfall to the site was it was a bit unlevel near the hook ups. These were the only two reasons why we didn't rate them a 10. The site was woodsy and private and easy to back the trailer into. The campground was quiet, the people staying were respectful, and the staff were a delight. Bathrooms and showers were always clean. It's close enough to the lake and Weirs Beach. Driving distance to many sightseeing landmarks. Can't wait to camp with them again.