Arriving you see a large sign with posted rules in front of the office. Very few are enforced. Smoke is so heavy night and day from the fire rings mostly used by the permanent residents that it burns your eyes. Quiet hour starts at 11pm. We had to leave at 12:45am because of a large party behind us, that was still going on when we left. Of all our travels over the last 20 years never encountered such a bad experience. We will never go back to this campground nor recommend it to many of our camping friends. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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This is not a "resort" as in a Jellystone. It is an older campground. It is a place where 90% of the people are seasonal campers. But it is a place I will go back to again. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel, but level. The electric is a 30 amp receptacle and the water is shared with next site but with ample pressure. Park highlights: The park sits on top of a hill with views of the valley below, people actually only drive 5 MPH in the park, friendly atmosphere, clean, miles from any major road, railway, traffic, and we felt welcomed and safe. We will return again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A trek up 5 miles of a winding, narrow road revealed a very rundown campground (though the valley view on the main road was beautiful. The buildings on the campground were very dilapidated (office closed at 5 pm for supper), the shower rooms dank and rundown, and the few sites available were surrounded on all sides by seasonal sites. It looked as though tent campers would have prime sites facing the view and would never have to go into the campground - my only concern would be the condition of the restrooms/showers. I would not recommend this to a "family" for reasons of atmosphere and safety, nor to a camper passing through because of the access. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground was closing for the season the next day so that may be why all the trash bins
were full and there were leaves in the bathrooms. No alcohol permitted in campground. Steep 1/2 mile road into campground, 5 miles from interstate, very weak electricity. Lots of trees made it difficult to maneuver through park. Beautiful view as park is on a hilltop and surrounded by a Christmas tree farm. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An older park, but everything worked. Good water pressure and good power. We used it as an overnight and it was easy to find and easy to get back on the freeway. No shade for the pull thru sites, but got great satellite signal. We would stay again if traveling through this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pulled in after spending the day at Knoebels . Drove through to check it out first and decided to stay some place else . This campground looks a little run down, but what chased us off was the junk trailers and old rusted farm machinery and trucks laying all over the entrance and office area . It just gave us a bad impression . The owner needs to clean up his office/junkyard . We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground is very run down. It appears to flood out quite a bit. Our site was very roomy. There really wasn't a lot of other campers. The owners were very nice, but I felt as if I were in a time warp. It's ok if you have a fully contained set up, but amenities were extremely limited. There wasn't much for the kids to do. If sight seeing and planned activities will keep you busy, it will probably be OK. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice little park. It was early in the season, and we had a great time. There is space between the sites, and the sites are pet friendly. The staff was friendly and welcoming. We will be going back again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This CG is on the river and it must flood fairly frequently. It is very run down and has not been renovated recently. The bath house is very dirty and is painted green inside to disguise the mold on everything. Paint is chipped from the walls and there was no supplies such as toilet paper or soap. If you take a shower do not touch the walls as you will then need to shower again. We camped in the large grassy area away from the tight pull thru spots with sewer. We dumped the next morning but found the water supply and hose at the dump station to be ratty and without pressure. We ended up with mud all over. Nice! So do your self a favor and pass this CG by. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not much to look at. First impressions count. When you pull in to the campground, you are greeted with the sight of old construction equipment. Old campground-might be ok if you have your own bathroom aboard. The bathrooms were NASTY! I don't expect the Taj Mahal but major mold growing all over the benches & shower floors. No soap in bethrooms to wash hands with during our stay. Left early it was so bad. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Where do I start. The camp ground is run down. Old campers left there and falling apart. The bathrooms and shower building should be condemned. The camp sites were unlevel. The water and electric hook ups were shared between 4 other sites, which you need an extension to hook up to because they are so far away. The camp ground sits on the Susquehanna River. Last year they had massive flooding. The campground was probably nice before it flooded. Hopefully they get things fixed because the location is nice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camped here over Memorial Day weekend 06. Our electric was not properly grounded and we kept getting shocked when we opened our camper door. Felt so uneasy about it, we unplugged from the hookup. My daughter tripped on some old rusty broken playground equipment that hadn't been completely removed from the play area. The only good thing about this trip was the people who camped next to us were very nice. We are returning to the area this Memorial Day but will not stay at this campground again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.