Date of Stay: December, 2012
I would like to rate this campground higher because the management has made lots of improvements the last few years. The reason I'm not able to is that this is a huge seasonal campground, with transient sites being a small percent of the campground. We stay here because we have friends with a year round site. The transient sites are close together, as is every site in the park. The sites offer 50 amps and water before December 1st, no sewer or cable. For forty dollars during off-season it's just overpriced for what it offers. Location is everything, but the beach is just not a destination place in the winter so why overcharge for no amenities. The park calls itself a resort, but in my opinion is a overstatement. Sites 1-4 will support larger RVs. The roads are tight, but if you go slow they are navigable. I understand that the speed bumps are necessary, but there are a lot of them. My rear jacks will hit if I don't crawl over them. If the transient sites were full, a campfire from another site would be a concern as it would be very close to your RV.
Date of Stay: September, 2012
Nice rustic setting campground, large spacious sites and great location (Delaware Water Gap). We stayed on site 70, which I would recommend for larger RVs, or site 71. Some other sites would be difficult to level on if you are a larger motorhome, due to slope of site. Reason I didn't rate higher was the approximately 3 to 5 miles of over grown, low hanging branches on the road leading to the campground. I had to drive in the center of the road to avoid the tree branches hanging out in the road. Luckily, the road isn't well travel and I was able to go slow, would have been bad if someone had been behind me, or driving in my direction. The campground owner really needs to call State or County maintenance to correct this if he wants returning RVs. Also my surge protector did shut down twice for low voltage. I would still recommend this campground just for the location , atmosphere, and courtesy of staff.
Date of Stay: August, 2012
As stated by another poster, this park is a little gem. We stayed in the 30 amp electric loop, site 33. The sites are spaced out with good room and growth between them. (We are 38 feet.) The park is quiet and family orientated. For the most part sites are level, there are a few sites that wouldn't support a large motorhome. One can go on the web site and see a description and picture of the actual site, which is big plus. The sites have a heavy canopy over them, so satellite reception isn't possible, but you do pick up about 12 over the air channels. Picked up Verizon 4g with good signal. The town of St. Michaels is within driving distance, with a lot of good restaurants and shops.
Date of Stay: August, 2012
This is a seasonal site campground, with very few transient sites available. The campground roads are not big rig friendly, low hanging branches and tight turns. The exit lane had low hanging branches that forces one to drive on the entrance travel lane. The sewer hook ups are PVC, which are approximately two feet in height causing difficulty in dumping tanks. The restrooms, although clean, were very old and rustic. I agree with another reviewer, I expected something different from viewing their website.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
This review reflects mainly on the pull through site we were assigned. We stop here for an overnight stay. The pull-though site (124) was very slanted uphill, had to use Lego blocks to get close to level. Forget about using the RV jacks to stabilize. The sewer connection is forward, meaning you are dumping up hill. The site is narrow with a cement patio, the problem is that the site post on the driver side prohibits the slide from extending. The campground was full and pull-though 86 was level, but was not long enough for us to fit on (we are 38 feet). The pull-though sites seem to be an after thought. With careful selection of a back in site for a longer stay (sites were close together) we would have rated this campground higher.