The campground is farther off the main roads than you would expect after reading their brochure. No discounts for anything. Narrow entry and exit pasted the office. VERY hilly with huge drop off ditches on each side of the road. Steep road up the hill. Sites are no where near level. The bathhouse is old and outdated with no a/c or heat. The check-in clerk had no idea if the campground could fill propane in a motorhome. I did see the propane station but it was not reachable by a motorhome. I should have but did not read the reviews. Do not even think of going here in a motorhome. I will not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay here. They have an on-staff security officer who drove around the campground. Although, there didn't seem to be a need for him to drive around, it was comforting to see him. The campground was well maintained and the owners take pride in it. We especially enjoyed the ice cream shop. The couple that worked there was very friendly. We took a hike to the top of the mountain. The view was amazing, but we were not prepared for how hard it was. I think that there should have been more information on how difficult the trails were. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just returned from 3 nights at Blue Rocks. First impressions were not good. Arrived at 2 pm and lights not on inside office and employee not very helpful. I am one of those campers who likes to have a magnet from every campground we visit. I asked if there were any as I only saw stickers and patches and was told " I don't know, if we did they would be in there." Camp store very not very well equipped and one camper came out annoyed they didn't even have milk. We had site 146 and my parents had 147. Site 146 was on the creek, but small site and steep going into creek. I was leary with a 2 and 4 year old so we switched with the parents for 147. Much bigger site but both sites along the main road in the campground. Sites were rustic, rocky and nice tree coverage. Pond was small, but well stocked with bass, carp, sunnies and catfish. Pool looked clean but did not go in. Restrooms were old, but clean. Larger restroom and showers up by the glacier rocks. Electric was spotty as our breaker blew several times just running the AC on low and nothing else. Blue glacier rocks were just so so beautiful. Nice trails from the top sites, but did not hike with the little ones. Park ranger drives through campground which is nice but, only on the weekend it seemed. Lots of employee traffic in trucks and on loaders, but they were setting up for 3 days for a music festival up by the rocks. All in all, the campground really grew on us. A nice rustic campground with beautiful sites and not too much fuss. Site 156 along the rocks looked really pretty, but not near the creek. The creek kept my 4 yr old busy catching craw dads and bullfrogs. Deepest part was only up to his waist(bring water shoes). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed Memorial weekend. Check in was a breeze. Ladies in office very efficient and nice. Received an extra discount by liking on facebook. We were in site 11-3. It was nice size but kind of in the way of the dump station. We stayed here because it was so close to Cabelas and here to hike the Appalachian trail. There are side trails to the main trail. Nice views on of this section of the trail. Everyone very friendly. Have a large volleyball court that it looked like everyone had fun playing. Everyone very friendly. Definitely would go back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The best part about this campground is, hands down, the hiking trails. Totaling around 4.5 miles, the trail takes you up around 600 feet to the Appalachian Trail. There are 2 trailheads, one being pretty steep (or I am out of shape). The view at the top makes the climb VERY worth it. We did not take the other trail, but I heard it was VERY steep, but I plan to tackle it on my next trip anyway. Staff was not super friendly and there were only two bathhouses with showers. The walk to these houses from our site (61) was rough so plan to drive it. The rock river is awesome as well. Primitive bathrooms were gross, not real dirty but STINKY! We'll DEFINITELY be camping here again (likely very soon). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great campground. Clean, friendly service. Gated entrance provides extra park security. Beautiful facilities, pool was not yet open but area kept clean. Showers and bathrooms exceptional. Store well stocked and clean. Difficult maneuvering up some of the hills, but we had a great time, beautiful campground, clean sites. Definitely would recommend to tent campers. We camped here in a Tent.
We just returned from our first trip to Blue Rocks. This is a nice family campground with a nice pool, good playground and the stream was fun. The Blue Rock glacial boulder field was really cool to see. A new snack bar has been added this year. Great prices. Most of the park seems to be seasonal: not too many camper sites for weekenders. There were a lot of tent campers. Great people here. There was a small store and game room. We were in site 146 (W&E) on the stream, nearby all activities. Our site was level and shaded but our camper was right along the main road. We did open up to the stream which was beautiful. Bath houses are few and far between. The bathhouse near the store saw a lot of traffic and was muddy due to the light rain we had day before. Great hiking and nearby attractions: Crystal Cave, Mid Atlantic Air Museum. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I love Blue Rocks Campground! It's a nice place to stay with the kids especially with that swimming pool. It's nice to have a place to stay that's so close to the Pinnacle. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has a lot going for it, especially the glacial boulder field that is in the upper part of the campground and the access to the Appalachian Trail. The primitive sites at Blue Rocks are larger and more private than most state park sites. Many of the modern sites are cramped and small, although there are some that are worthwhile. Some modern sites have stream-side access. The most desirable modern sites are taken up by seasonals. Some seasonal sites are pretty well run down while others take a lot of pride in the appearance. The roads in the campground are graded dirt/gravel as are the sites. It was very dusty from camp traffic and constant golf cart traffic. Many modern sites require some creative leveling. Bathrooms and shower houses are definitely dated and cramped but were clean when we stayed there. The upper shower house is a converted trailer and has smaller showers. We were there for the camp's annual pig roast/Hawaiian Luau weekend. The pork was good, but cold, and everything else was canned/prepackaged. The schedule showed a DJ playing for a pool party starting at 7 pm. Instead, he started at 2:30 and played till 10 pm. The music was too loud, especially considering that there were a number of sites very close to the pavilion where he was set up, and, he was a poor excuse for a DJ. We would go back to Blue Rocks, but only if we could get a site at the upper end of the campground and only on a weekend when there is no DJ or other entertainment scheduled. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Other reviewers are deriding Blue Rocks for being poor for the RVer. As a tent camper, things are a lot different. This privately-run campground has qualities that make it seem like a state park in many ways. I would have to agree that the narrow dirt (rocky) roads through the campground are not at all appropriate for any kind of RV. I saw several people with pop-up trailers that were going through okay, but I wouldn't want to do it with anything larger. The web site of the campground clearly states that it is geared for the tent camper, so large RVers should not be surprised that it is not a paved parking lot with pull-through sites and poles to hang Christmas lights. Most sites don't have any hookups and there are very few common water spigots. If you are in a tent, pickup, or van, then the place is great. It is very wooded, with a lot of secluded sites and a natural ambiance. Then there is the excellent hike up to the Appalachian Trail, which goes past the impressive glacial boulder field. When you hit the Appalachian Trail (about a mile of fairly strenuous hiking), turn right and you will soon come to Pulpit rock overlook which is very impressive and worth the hike. You can actually see the glacier field and campground road that crosses it below. (Remember to turn right, the campground's map doesn't make this clear.) Not so nice was the availability of the shower houses. If you are in one of the secluded areas, you are far from a shower (literally a 15 minute walk). There is some parking for the shower house near the entrance, so you can drive there... but driving around on the narrow campground roads is not something you want to do often... plus it ruins the experience. The shower houses are okay, not great, but reasonably clean. The one farther out toward the glacier is just a converted trailer with push-button showers that are way too small, so stick with the one near the entrance. There are some pit toilets scattered throughout for when you need to go in the middle of the night. A lot of the campers seem to own or rent little golf carts and drive them around for reasons I couldn't figure out. If it weren't for the little carts riding by every 10 minutes, there would have been hardly any traffic. There is a playground, pool, and store near the entrance... but the best part of this campground is the seclusion and natural beauty. If you are only interested in activities, other privately run campgrounds will do just as well... and those are a dime a dozen. This one is unique for its excellent hike and natural beauty. We camped here in a Tent.
Great for hiking and enjoying the great outdoors. Have used the pool on previous visits and it was very nice as well. Campground is a tent campers dream as allot of those sites are mountain top and nicely secluded. For a RV the full hook up sites are extremely tight, and built around the dump station making harder to pack up Sunday) as those without sewer were lined up in front waiting to dump. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I was so disappointed to read other negative reviews about this campground. This is the campground that my family compares all others to. We are tent campers (hopefully moving up to folding travel trailer campers soon). The tent sites are great. The majority of them are rather spacious. Another HUGE plus is that it is an extremely wooded setting, where once in your tent site, you have a pretty good deal of privacy. They offer fire rings and pic nic tables at the sites, however I wish maybe 2 picnic tables were provided per site (personal preference). There are also a few tent sites that have creeks that run alongside the sites, and I just think that is perfect. It's absolutely ideal for us, we love that type of setting. We have never partaken in the arranged activities, however they always have something on their activity calendar. The huge plus for us is the location. First off, the mountain that it is on is awesome. The rock formation that is on the grounds is an amazing work of mother nature. The pinnacle trail is not that bad except for the one part where it gets pretty hard right near the top. As someone previously stated, the views on the cliff up top are breath taking. If you want to venture away from the mountain you have the Cabelas superstore (apparantly its unreal), you have Crystal Cave in Kutztown, and you have Dorney Park nearby. The camp store is more than sufficient. The bathrooms are what we come to know and expect from a campground. Nothing fancy, as clean as they can get. They are old, but personally we haven't been to a campground with modern day shower facilities that seem more like a locker room than a campground. To us we are roughing it, and thats fine. It's more about the experience, the ambiance, the privacy, and the scenery. If anyone else knows of private wooded sites, maybe with some streams and creeks nearby, close to interesting attractions, by all means, let us know! I have been going to Blue Rocks since I was a kid, and I continue to go there with my family. We camped here in a Tent.
There were plenty of activities here, such as hiking, swimming, playground, the blue rocks of course. But the other campground issues were so bad that nothing could make up for it. Dirty restrooms. Very small site with horrible sewer hook-upon our site. We smelled sewage most of the weekend. We were so close to the dump station that we had to put our awning down to accommodate a Class C that needed to dump. One night the water went off just as we were getting the kids ready for bed! So many unkempt permanent sites. Would not go back again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We will never return. Yes,the hiking is nice and rock formation is interesting. I'm sure it is a good location for tenters and hikers, but for all other means of camping, the sites are small. There was a nice craft for the children Saturday morning. Our site was terrible. We had to parallel park our camper next to the main campground road. It was a dirt site. When we opened our awning there was only enough room for the fire ring and then the ground dropped off to the stream that was next to our site. A lot of the seasonal sites appear very rundown. The seasonal campers were not very friendly and were more interested in driving their golf carts than anything else. During the night on Saturday it began to rain very heavily. By the time we left on Sunday the bridge below our site was under several inches of water. The other road that leads out of the campground was practically washed away. The dump station is in the middle of small circle of sites. One camper had to unhook his tow vehicle so we could dump. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground caters more to the tenter. The RV sites are small and difficult to get in and out of. The interior roads are horrible. I checked out the bathrooms and they were old and not very clean. They had activities for the whole family though and a nice little pond for fishing. Some of the seasonals or regulars were a little undesirable too. There were some kids on the playground using foul language, throwing things and even punching one of my kids, and that was a 5 year old! The thing that makes this place wonderful is the blue rock formation. The kids had a ball climbing on them. Also the hiking up the the top on the mountain was great. The hike was a little rough at times, but the view from the top was incredible. I suggest if you like to hike, stay at another nearby campground and go to Blue Rocks for the day. Day use is 3.00 for adults and 1.50 for kids. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campground workers did not seam very concerned with your site issues or concerns that you brought to there attention. Was put on a seasonal site which was not occupied at the time. Found grass to be needing a good clipping, no rain in a while so I saw not excuses for poor landscaping. A bit hilly so not good for a walk unless you are in good shape. In speaking to some of the seasonal campers, they stated it was much better run 5 or 6 years back when it was owned by a local church. I would not recommend for a long stay. If your traveling it would be acceptable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate was PA rate. Campground roads are very hilly, and several of the roads within campground are dead ends. Wi-Fi is probably good, if you want to pay for it. Laundry room was neat and clean with several books available for swapping out. Lots of permanents, but they seem to keep their sites neat. People who evidently camp here a lot during the summer, ride in their golf carts with kids hanging off of them and don't obey the 5 mph speed limit. Ladies in office were there, but seemed as if they were preoccupied and could care less if guests were in office/camp store. It is an ENCORE campground, and is probably failing just as the ones in Florida are. If I was in area again, I would probably search for another campground, due to hilly terrain. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park, with easy access to freeway. We booked through Coast to Coast and the people in the office were more than accommodating in helping us book a stay. Showers and restrooms are clean and park is well maintained. Nice playground for kids and a lake you can fish in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was an incredible disappointment. It is up a steep hill. When arriving at the office, I was immediately struck by the charm and well manicured grounds of out buildings and was excited to see what the camping sites would be like. The full time camping spots looked a little dumpy but I still was not alarmed. The pond was scummy looking but I was excited to press forward. We traveled up another steep hill to get up to campsites. What a shock. They are a dump. It struck me like a "tent city". Sites are barely distinguished and full of weeds and a little gravel. Absolutely no privacy and our spot was smack dab next to the bathroom. The next impression was the horrible sewer gas smell. A helpful neighbor said that smell would go away as soon as we hooked up. He said he loved the place and returned often so we decided to push our concerns aside. After we were all set up we went in search of milk. Milk in their little store expired the day we arrived. As we traveled into the most incredibly charming town of Hamburg we stopped off to see another campground. We were sick at heart to see the lovely, and charming grounds. We were so close yet so far. It would have been a lot of work to break down camp and secure everything to move there. We stayed the course and endured the weekend here at Robin Hill Camping Resort. Resort? I'd laugh but it is much to sad to think we had to waste a lovely long weekend here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a pleasant location but a bit of a shock arriving in a 35' motorhome, as there were many steep hills to encounter. The laundry was clean. All in all this was a good campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We rented a Premier cabin for our 3 day weekend stay. The cabin had 2 bedrooms and full kitchen and was clean and nicely laid out. While the cabin itself was nice, the sewage treatment plant behind it created some unpleasant odors. The grounds did not seem to be taken very good care of. Tall grass everywhere, big tall weeds around the gazebo and a fair amount of litter everywhere you looked. The rental boats in the lake looked very dirty and abandoned. The playground at the top of the hill was nice, but the ones by the office/pool was filthy with trash and leaves in all the wooden play structures. The pool was nice and large , the adjoining bathrooms were mud covered and dirty. I walked right out and went back to our cabin to use the bathroom when at the pool. They had a nice "cook out" each afternoon with burgers and dogs etc which we took advantage of. We will not be returning here in our new RV. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Robin Hill is more like a trailer park than a campground. All of the decent sites are permanently occupied by annuals and most of the available sites sit atop a hill with minimal trees and shade. There is lots to do in the surrounding area, so time spent at the campground will be minimal for most. There's always activities going on for the kids at the campground to keep them busy, and the staff is good at making sure the kids are having fun. I think the power at several sites is in disrepair, so you might have to make a few trips out to the pole to reset the breaker. The Wi-Fi works well and the cable (satellite) gets you about 50 basic channels: enough for the kids. All of the roads around the sites are dirt with a sprinkling of gravel, so dust is a real problem here. There are nicer places not too far away and I will be staying at one of them if I find myself in the area again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Some sites need a bit of leveling and gravel. It had just rained and the grassy areas got extremely muddy quickly. Sad that there is little camper etiquette and manners. People (adults as well as children) constantly cutting through our sites even as we sat at our campfire. Requested that they not cut through, but that didn't stop them. Do NOT cut through occupied sites! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Overall we enjoyed our stay at Robin Hill Campground. There was no car traffic noise and campground was quiet the whole time we were here. We were not here for the weekend though. Very nice setting with some small trees or bushes between sites. Only problem we had was our sewer hookup was a little too high and had a little trouble emptying black & grey water. Sites were nice sized and mostly level but some could've used a little gravel fill. We got a lot of rain and our site had a small area with about 2 inches deep of sitting water by the door. Bathrooms were kept clean but could use an update/maintenance. And they could add another bathroom or two - there was only two bathrooms for whole campground. And bathrooms only had 3 shower stalls and two toilets. Surprised that for the price of campground you had to pay extra for their Wi-Fi - would've been nice if that was included. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were put in a seasonal site that was open after they switched my site around 2 times. Very disappointed with the site. I had to back onto a steep hill to get my trailer into position. I was afraid my stabilizer jacks were going to rip off. I used 4 Low in my truck and carefully backed in. After 10 minutes of levelling on my horrible site, I had to ask for someone to rake the muddy site so my children wouldn't fall into the holes from the previous seasonals deck. They dropped off a rake and I raked for about an hour in 90+ heat. While fishing in the pond I was annoyed by the spanish music blasting from the pond front cabins. We had a good weekend with what we had to work with, but I won't ever camp here again. The seasonals are as clicky as high school girls! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Based on website reviews we thought this would be a good choice sight unseen. We were sorely mistaken. This is more of a hick hillbilly trailer park than a family campground. The excessive foul language we heard from the campers around us, the ignorant beer guzzling and littering and general lack of decorum from the other "campers" (more like year round residents) was appalling. The camp store was dirty. The site were unprepared and dirty, we spent several hours attempting to clear the garbage and area for our tent. The RV areas were junked up with homeowner garbage, the lake not all that impressive. Save your money and your kids from this dump. We camped here in a Tent.
This is a really nice campground. My family and I remember when the original owner owned it, and thought it would go downhill when they sold it to the corporation, but surprisingly it really didn't. We stayed here recently for 4th of July and were very impressed. The scenery here is beautiful, and my family and I took a long drive on the many back roads around the campground to see the rolling hills. It's a quiet campground so don't expect to see some sort of wild night life party here; my wife and I like it because we could just sit out and hear nothing but nature and just relax in the peaceful area even on the holiday weekend! Most activities are geared toward the kids which is great because that gives my 2 year old something to do. They had a pool party with a DJ, a breakfast, a Chinese auction, and an outdoor band on Saturday night. The game room and store are small but quaint and the whole place seemed to have the warm and welcoming feeling. The only thing we didn't like is the long drive up the hill if you're not on the lower level, and the bathrooms can sometimes get a little dirty but they are clean by the next morning. The staff was friendly it seemed (helped us out with our AC), the pool was great, and there is a lot geared toward families. The place even has their own mini-newsletter! One thing we really liked is how the manager drives around several times during the night and will even tell people to lower their fires or quiet down if they get out of hand. A few fireworks went off but they were quickly silenced. We are really impressed on how this place didn't diminish even after it was bought out by a corporation. We will return and do recommend it to anyone who is looking for a nice quiet, peaceful, and family geared get away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Unless you are a seasonal camper, might as well camp in the Bronx. Sites are one on top of another. Owners got greedy and this has turned into a trailer park basically. Nice pool however. Men's shower has not been cleaned in months. Loved the dead flies all over. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
One of my favorite campgrounds in a long time. If you come on a Friday or weekend day, it could be hard getting into with a 40 footer plus. Sites are level. The sites used to be 50 x 50 but they cut them down so they are not that big. It gets pretty tight on the weekends but its worth it for this campground. Our site was c11a which was very big. Not too much shade, but it had alot room..We had a 38 footer with 2 slides. The campground has great views of rolling hills and farm. Nice gameroom and store. Restrooms are ok. Clean toilets and sinks, but outdated doors, paint and things like that. The campground has a nice feel to it though. If you plan on going, I advise you to try and get site c11a. Its one of the bigger sites there. Can't wait to come back! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We liked some parts of this campground such as the game room, store and activities, but the nicer sites are up on the hill, which is almost like a different world from the main campground. The section on the hill is literally driving distance from the main part of the campground. Pool was nice and we had a great time. Sites are set up great if you are with a group because doors face each other. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here for 2 nights and our site was large and well shaded. Management should consider cutting back some of the tree branches because they are low hanging in most areas. Our site was uneven but we were able to get level. Being self contained we did not use the bathrooms which was a good thing because all that was near us was port a johns. Overall this was a nice campground, family oriented and quiet considering it was full. We will definitely return to this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The bathrooms were dated but clean. The shower area was very small. Views were nice. Didn't appreciate fireworks at 3:30 am!! Set off by seasonal teenagers maybe?? That's where problems usually occur. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Last May we stayed here and rated it a little higher (7). The sites were large and shaded than. They are adding more sites, seasonal the way they look, on the top of the hill by cutting down most of the trees. Until the sites are finished then old sites are undefined and confusing. This trip we camped with 5 other families. One of them had to be move because of the confusion. Another had people driving golf carts and cars through his site. The store is a little small and poorly stocked for the beginning of the season. The bath house on the top hill was clean but aged. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were met by a friendly greeter who gave us our car pass and map. We paid $3 extra for a "prime" site and it was worth it. Regular sites were of average size but our site was huge!! We could have fit two campers in our site. It was level with a beautiful view. There were so many activities this weekend we couldn't keep them straight - bingo, breakfast, bar-b-q lunch, crafts, ceramics, costume parade, trick or treating, haunted house and more bingo. Bathrooms were old and needed updating but were clean. The pond/lake was beautiful. We will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Arrived at campground and was met by friendly staff. Large campground with most sites having large near level gravel sites. Nice place for families has mulitable playgrounds, fishing pond and crafts. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Were were here pre-season and found the campground in poor shape. Litter around the pond and the playground. The grass needed cutting and brush and leaves needed picked up. The staff was friendly but some were still being trained on the registration system which slowed things down during check-in. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
A nice start to the camping season. Close to home. To us it needed some spit and polish, and they were definitely working on it. I could recommend this campground and would visit again. We had a discount coupon for 1/2 off one night when we booked 2 nights. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nightly rate $150. We stayed in the new deluxe cabins on-site. (Sleeps 8 comfortably, bathroom/shower, fridge, TV, ac/heat, microwave, stovetop, cookware and linens included) Fabulous! Clean accommodations, nice campground. Kids had a great time. Friendly staff A+++. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
We camped here because someone recommended the place to us. When I called to make a reservation, the woman who answered the phone couldn't tell me if the site I was getting was shaded or not because she "didn't get out of the office much." I should have taken that as a red flag, but I kept thinking that someone gave it a good recommendation and booked the site anyway. Got there and went in to register, but the staff didn't seem to know how to register us. It took three people to figure this out. Our site (which were told was "big" when I registered) was long but narrow and on the end of the row, right on the road that goes through the middle of the campground, so we had cars going within 5-10 feet of us during our stay. Other campers regularly walked through our site. Campground rules said no fireworks, yet the people in our row were shooting them off during the night. Never saw any campground patrols and no one told them to stop. Our son went up to the camp store to buy snacks, but there wasn't anyone there to serve him. This is probably the worst campground we've ever stayed in. Service was awful and no one enforced any campground rules. I would NOT recommend camping here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in one of the "Prime" sites up on the hill. The view was wonderful. The sire was one of the largest we have ever been on. The weather did not cooperate but we still had a very nice time. We visited the camp store and found it to be well stocked, a little bit of everything. We spent a nice afternoon sitting in the gazebo watching the kids fish and the ducks lounge. We also met some very nice people. Can't wait to go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a good experience with this campground. (We also had to sign the above-mentioned damage waiver.) Our hilltop site had lots of trees but was roomy. The pad needed some additional gravel; this became obvious during a rainy week when our site became muddy in spots. A picnic table and fire ring were provided. The employees we encountered were friendly. The store had a good selection of camp supplies and groceries, as well as a small snack bar. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Robin Hill used to be a family campground run by a family. It has now been taken over by a big corporation, Diversified Investment LLC. Upon regsitration you need to sign a damage waiver form. Staff does not understand RVer's needs, and items in the store showed it. 2 activities the whole weekend and none were for the kids. Cancellation policy is a crime. There is a $25.00 service fee charged even if the site is cancelled 6 months in advance. Haven't seen any real imprvoments for it being taken over by a big company. They used to have great activities for the kids. Their Halloween weekends were great, but at this point I am a little skeptical if they will ever be the same again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
We just returned from our most recent trip to Robin Hill. I have camped there many times but waited until this most recent trip before posting a review. I wanted to see what improvements might have been made. This campground is a great place to visit. They have remodeled the office/store for this year, it's not completely stocked but I am sure it will be soon. The sites up on the "hill" are the best with great views, a playground and convenient clean restrooms/showers if you need them. The fishing lake is great fun. If you can't catch something you are doing something wrong. Activities for kids, and electronic playroom also adult activities. It's also only 10 minutes from Cabela's on Route 78 and close to all the outlets in Reading. We have already reserved for our next stay in mid June. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very peaceful campground. All sites are level. Restrooms and showers were very clean. The premium sites back up to a large open field and rolling hills. What a beautiful setting. Also, these premium sites are quite large and private. I just wish they would add more gravel to each of the campsites. We visited here in 2002 and now we returned in 2003. We will return here later this Fall. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Very nice CG! Large in size. Sites up on the hill give a beautiful view of rolling farmland fields. Check for seasonal occupancy. They have a Great Pirate Ship playground only 25 yards away from sites. Pool and office require a car or hilly bike ride or walk to get to because of the distance. This is the only bad thing about this CG. Clean bathrooms. The store is well stocked but, not their fishing pond! I would definitely go back! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Even though this is not our cup of tea for campgrounds it is however a very nice family campground, well run and lots of things for kids to do. We just like areas that are more for adults. I would give it a ten if it wasn't for so many seasonals. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Main roads are paved and all others are covered with fresh gravel. Sites were very level, clean and easy to pull into. The campground is located about 15 miles west of Allentown and is surounded by farmland. Appeared that approximately 1/2 the sites are seasonal. Nice playground and new swimming pool. Extremely peaceful campground. We will return later this fall 2002. We camped here in a camper.