Date of Stay:
May, 2014 -
Not only is the entrance absurdly designed (1/4 mile of black top patches every 50 ft. so you don't drag race I guess), but when we checked in, we were charged an additional $20.00 credit fee because we couldn't make it last Memorial Day due to a family emergency. Because they allow No Refunds, they agreed to let us use the credit this year butnever stated we would incur an additional fee. Also, the fact that they couldn't even give an activity schedule when you checked in, was beyond cheap! They posted the activity schedule at each bath house. There are only 2 bathhouses to accommodate 200 campsites! This campground was also very "buggy" and agree with the other reviews with ants, nats, mosquitoes, etc. The inflatable they put up for the kids was up for only 1 hour and the tractor ride was for a very short window of time as well right in the middle of the day. The firetruck ride was cute, but if your child wanted a plastic "chief hat" that is $1.00. Also, there is absolutely no motorized golf carts, mini bikes, scooters, etc. allowed anywhere. A little odd since most of the activity is at least a 1/4 of a mile from your campsite. The game room, if you wanted to play pool, ping pong, etc. required not only a $5.00 deposit, but it was $2.50 for 30 mins. of play. We've been to dozens of campgrounds, but this one takes the cake for "capitalizing" at the expense of their guests. We will never camp here again and will certainly not recommend this to our camping club friends. We camped at Holiday Park Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
April, 2014 -
Very quaint, woodsy, fun campground. We live 20 miles from the campground and this was the first time staying. Roads are paved and well marked. Hook-ups are easy to use; placement is great. Lots for the kids to do; they especially liked the "jumping pillow" and game room. Also had tractor rides that were fun. Some of the amenities were not open for season yet (i.e., ice cream, etc.) but we will probably come back since it is so convenient and well kept. Also offers Good Sam Club discounts. We camped at Ramblin' Pines Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
November, 2013 -
My husband was transferred from MI to MD in 2007 and he lived at Cherry Hill for one year. This campground is by far one of the best campgrounds we have ever stayed at. The staff is especially friendly and the bathrooms are extremely clean, freshly painted and always maintained. The pools are great for all ages and even has beach approach at one of them. The tractor rides are consistently on time every night and the free movies are so much fun for the family. Awesome location with a huge laundromat. They even have a hot tub, cafe and exercise room! We will always enjoy camping here! We camped at Cherry Hill Park (Washington DC) in a Motorhome.