3 Parks near Williamsport, Maryland
Jul 2015 - $50.00
Very accommodating staff. Lots for kids to do. They led us to our site, but it was in an awkward spot. We were only there overnight so it was manageable, but would have requested a different site had we been staying for a longer time. We are used to camping at state parks, so being so close to other campers was an adjustment. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. Lots of history and much sightseeing in the area. - drewcher
Jul 2015 - $54.00
Older park but lots of activities and nice sites. - LarryJohnston
Apr 2015 - $50.00
The park itself is a good older park. Road into the park is Very narrow and hard to navigate with a 35 foot RV pulling a car. We met a school bus on the way in to the park and almost went off the road. Be aware! Also, this narrow road and campground borders a river. The river was very swollen and in danger of flooding. - JoyceD50
Jul 2012 - $45.00
We were the only vehicle being used. There were a number of abandoned trailers. The swimming at the river was closed and is a hike away from the park. The advertised "museum" is run down and with unused equipment around. The caretaker was helpful. Would not recommend. - User2759
Jul 2015 - $69.00
This is a VERY large campground that is great for families. My husband and I, who do not have young children, stayed at this campground as the park was close to Antietam Battlefield and Harper's Ferry.
Check-in at the park was quick and convenient. The park offers pull through and back-in sites with full hookups (30 or 50-AMP), generous site size, cabins, fire rings, and a primitive tent area. Amenities offered are mini golf, gaga ball, playground, horse shoes, jumping pillow, game room, volleyball, lazer tag area, Cindy Bear 500 Speedway, gem mining, sunset movie theater, zip along, pool, kiddie pool, basketball and water zone with water slides. The park also offers laundry facilities, bathrooms/showers, dump station, propane gas, camp store, and a canteen that offers appetizers, sandwiches & wraps, burgers, hand-dipped ice cream, salads, and beverages.
The park is well taken care of and relatively clean. We did not utilize the bathrooms/showers, so we cannot comment on those.
Even though we do not have young children, we would probably stay at this campground again. - The Diesel Gypsies
Jun 2015 - $100.00
Preferred spots are real nice. Landscaping good, good amount of space. As with the other large camping area, it was built on a slight grade, just enough that you have to level a lot. My rear tires almost had to go off the ground in one row. WIFI down the entire weekend. Lots of staff running around on golf carts including one guy who seemed to have a free ice cream in his hand the entire weekend, must be the owners son. Can't reach the office on the phone most the time. The system loops you to a recording. Not sure why they can't have someone answer the phone. They kept my card on file but every time I went to the store, the procedures were different. One time last three digits, one time nothing, one time, sign something. Easy on/off the highway, trees not an issue. - Pirate
May 2015 - $96.00
This review comes from the point-of-view of a full-time RVer in a premium site over Memorial Day weekend with plans to ride our bicycles along the C&O Canal. This is a gorgeous, destination RV park where you get the privilege of paying Disney prices without the hassle of traveling to Disney. Gravel interior roads & sites with a somewhat tight, paved entrance road (watch for tree limbs) for big rigs. After you park at the stop sign to check in, you'll find the office located behind the restrooms next to the pool. Excellent staff & maintenance crew where the two maintenance issues we found upon arrival (power outages at RV site & at the laundry) were resolved quickly. Check-in times are mid-to-late afternoon and more in line with the hotel/motel industry than most RV parks. $10 penalty for checking in 45 minutes early (apparently to pay for all those amenities & activities that weren't open when we arrived). No credit if you check out earlier than the 1 PM check-out time on your planned day of departure. The resort map & insert is quick to point out all the things you can't do, but lite on things that would make your stay more enjoyable. No list of cable channels. No instruction on the use of the campground WiFi (we found the WiFi signal stronger than the Verizon Wireless signal at our site). No instructions on what to do with trash where the few garbage cans that can be seen are way too few & small to handle trash from an RV resort of this size. No local area info available unless you want pizza, need your RV repaired, or you're planning to stay at another Jellystone RV park. Small laundry. If you're a full time RVer, only consider this park for a luxury, overnight stop or a stay with grand kids. - Davydee