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Date of Stay:
June, 2012 -
We camped here for a long weekend. The campsite was super quiet and sooo peaceful. The bathrooms were clean, and the sites were easy to maneuver in and out of and pretty level. We had a pull through site. We checked in early without difficulty. The campground had plenty of shade. The people checking in and out were really nice and friendly. The pool was clean and a good place to relax and read a book out in the sun. The paperwork we received at check in said not to leave pets alone in the trailers. We saw a few people do it, but their dogs were mainly quiet, so I don't imagine it was a huge deal. I wish that it had stated that policy on the website so you know in advance. We will absolutely come back here again and are looking forward to our next weekend there. We camped at Shenandoah Hills Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
May, 2012 -
We stayed here in late May. The campground was quiet and peaceful and the lake front lot was wonderful. There was not shade, which we were aware of when we booked. The restrooms were clean but a little weird in that the restroom and shower were the same room, so if someone took too long in one of the three women's restrooms or shower other people had to wait since they were not separate. The location was excellent for Ocean City and Assateague. The owners were nice. It was a little buggy, but that was to be expected in that area at the time of the year. We just would have liked wi-fi or TV hookup. My only complaint was the people with pets who can't follow the leash rules, but the owners handled it when reported. We will stay here again our next trip. We camped at Island Resort Family Campground & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
April, 2012 -
We have stayed here twice now and really like this campground. The people who work here are so friendly and accommodating. The campground was pretty quiet, even though we saw lots of kids, at night it was peaceful. They have shady sites as well as some that are not shaded. The first time we stayed in the shaded spots, but the path to get to them is a little tight and hard to navigate as we are still getting used to camping in the travel trailer and maneuvering it. The second trip we stayed in the sites towards the back. There was plenty of room and much easier to get into for us. We have only come before the "season," but it looks like there is plenty to keep the kids occupied, we did do the mini-golf and enjoyed it. We will return again. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Camp Resort Williamsport MD in a Travel Trailer.