Date of Stay: April, 2011
We chose this campground as a launchpad to Niagara Falls and to some of the Lake Erie historical sites. We opted for a "premium" site to ensure our 42' rig would fit and still park our truck, but there were several other sites that would've worked fine. Going with the premium site turned out to be a good choice because it rained cats and dogs while we were here. The concrete patio kept us from sloshing though some moving water. The sites dried up quickly when the rain stopped and didn't turn into mud. The roads are also gravel, but packed enough for our kids to ride their bikes comfortably. Immaculate restrooms and showers. Nice pond for fishing, which we took advantage of when the sun came out. The campground hosts are this KOA's greatest assets; super friendly and helpful people. They obviously take great pride in their campground. We would stay here again anytime.
Date of Stay: March, 2011
We spent the weekend at Twin Grove and had a great time. It's a large campground, but this time of year it was less than 20% full. It is located in picturesque part of PA near Swatara gap and Hershey. There and multiple hiking/exploring opportunities including the Appalachian Trail nearby. We camped with another family who also have an RV, so we parked backwards in our pull through so we could be door to door. VERY nice bathrooms and showers; modern and spotless. Small amusement park and pool open in the summer. Free WiFi worked great. All gravel sites and roads. Very friendly and helpful staff. The only down side was the cable TV. We got much better reception with our digital TV antenna. We will definitely be back to Twin Grove!
Date of Stay: February, 2011
Nice campground. Clean facilities, well maintained, and nice people. We camped there for one overnight stop, but enjoyed the park. There is small degree of traffic noise, but didn't affect our sleep. The big rig sites were plenty long for our 41' 5er and tow vehicle. We'll be back.
Date of Stay: November, 2010
This is a large park and the off season help obviously didn't regularly maintain or clean the restrooms in the main building. We tried one of the satellite buildings and it was much better. The staff was exceptionally helpful and friendly. They even opened the mini-golf so we could play a round with our kids. Good location and easy to navigate. Thought it was a bit pricey for off season. I'll be back next time we're in Gettysburg.
Date of Stay: October, 2010
If you're looking for a quiet, out-of-the-way KOA, this is it. The campground sits on a large hill, and the owners have done a decent job of keeping the campground groomed; especially for the off season. The big rig sites are close to each other. I felt like I was intruding in my neighbor's space when I was on the left side of the rig. I'd like to come back in the summer. I think their pool and other summer amenities would be great fun with our kids.