This was an overnight stop. We arrived late and if we hadn't, we probably would've tried to find something else. This campground looks as though it's been neglected for years. There are some seasonals and it looked as though they gave up on keeping their site and rig looking half-way respectable. We wouldn't stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Found in AAA book. Very ruined down. Many older trailers with leanto shed attachments that have seen better days. Office staff tired but friendly. Fairly well stocked store (had ice cream) OK for overnight stop for hookup, stay the night then leave. Wouldn't want to stay more then that. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Very nice camp ground. Nice view over water - think river. We only stayed one night because of Passport America and set camp when it was dark. Not overly big rig friendly. Roads to and from narrow and tight turns. You can not just turn off the highway and get to the camp ground easy. Pull through but either us or the staff knew the height of the powerless inside the camp ground. Store Full of things - get little gem. We bought a fresh pumpkin pie. Must have been at least 3000 things to buy there. Everything from souvenirs to all sorts of food. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed a year ago, then again on 5/4/13. Men's restroom was broken in 2012; STILL non-functioning. Store is dirty; wouldn't buy anything in there. Rate went from $30 in 2012 to $37. Only people who stay here now appear to be full-time residents. Will not be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This site had all the makings of a great site. However, it has been taken over by seasonal campers and only a few spaces are used for over nighter. If you wish to stay during the summer then you will likely need a reservation. Other parks in the area are likely better for overnight. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were assigned a site at the far end of the park. When we attempted to hook up our 50 amp electric, we found it was only 106 volts which meant that we couldn't use our A/C, microwave, electric water heater, vacuum cleaner, etc. Our surge/low voltage protector was unable to be used as it would not allow the low voltage into our coach. When brought this to the attention of the office, we were told "no one else has complained." We decided to stay as it was the only campground close to Nanticoke where we were doing genealogical research. All of the other trailers were permanent; most were not well kept. The two garbage dumpsters were full to overflowing when we arrived the Monday after the 4th of July and were still overflowing and stinky when we left Thursday morning. The laundry had six machines, two of which were non-operational. The garage they were kept in was open and had wasps and moths flying in and out. I chose not to do my laundry there! The only clean thing was the pool. They charge for everything they have...mini golf, paddleboats and air conditioning. The place is a dump!...and we would never return! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Moyers CG provides the basics for the travelling RV'er. The people in the office are pleasant and were quick to respond when an issue was found with the electricity on our assigned site. The sites were clean and the playground area was enough to keep the children busy. The pool was closed for the season so I'm not sure if it was well kept. The bathrooms were generally clean but no soap or towels to clean hands. Overall, good place for a quick one/two night stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.