Date of Stay:
April, 2011 -
We camped with 5 families in 5 different sites. Pros: This is one of the cleanest, nicest campgrounds I have ever been to. May be only # 2 to Ft Wilderness. Has a great lake (stocked), beautiful sites spread out nicely, free Wi-Fi, paved roads (some a little tight with a big trailer), a great store, cafe, mini golf, etc. Cons: We usually feel like less of a "guest" then we were made to feel here. I had been here 5 years ago and remembered they were a "Tightly run ship," which is good. However we had incidences that were not handled very politely, which as an individual thing all would have been fine, but after 3 of them, well they were not very politely conveyed which gave a little of a black eye. 1. When we pulled up the attendant barked at me, "Why did you pull to wrong gate: you have been here before." I replied, "Yeah 5 years ago, sorry. Maybe I have a familiar face. " 2. Our girls used sidewalk chalk to do a large Hopscotch: 300 spaces long. We thought it was creative fitness. Fella (I believe to be the owner) stopped by and told me, "No sidewalk chalk on asphalt." I said, "Sorry would you like me to hose it off?" He said no. I asked why it was a big deal and he replied, "Because it looks like crap." I said okay and turned and walked away. 3. Generally in early preseason or late season, campgrounds are liberal with check out as no one is coming in, and we aren't using any services to cost them anything. As such we generally spend money if they let you stay to make up for it. We tried to take 15 kids mini golfing 5 minutes after "checkout." We were told we couldn't as we had signed a contract to be off the premises by 2:00pm. We said, "No one is here, it is empty. We were going to play minigolf and then treat kids in your cafe and spend some money." We were told we could pay a $25.00 late stay fee, per site to play minigolf. Really? The indoor pool isn't even open. So we replied, "Have a nice day, we will leave and spend our money elsewhere." We were not charged (unless they did to my CC) to stay late. Overall a great campground: the staff just needs to learn how to be a little more polished in their dealings with customers. We would go back again, but will need a year or more to forget about the Cons. We camped at Lake-in-Wood Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
November, 2010 -
We love this place! Has clean, nice sites, a nice lake and an indoor pool: just an awesome campground! We camp here in spring and or fall as during the summer they are weekly site rentals only. The place is always sold out! Enjoy this campground! We camped at Otter Lake Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
May, 2010 -
We always enjoy staying at this park campground, it is always clean and well policed by security. Only thing keeping it from a 10 is the lack of sewer and water hook ups. We did not use bathroom showers, but it is my understanding they are more like a PA State campground type bathroom. Which would be a basic shower/bathroom. We camped at Knoebels Amusement Resort in a Travel Trailer.