I almost don't want to tell you how great a time we had here. This is the most quiet park we have been too. And I don't want to spoil it. The site we had was HUGE!!! Everything worked perfect for us. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The store was much better than I expected and I saw TV cable for more half the price I had to pay at our previous campground. It rained very heavy this week end and water drained off the site without a problem. We most definitely will be returning. PS if you have a noisy bunch please don't stay here. We camped at Holly Acres RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects 2 extra kids at $5 each. Overall a nice campground. All facilities are nice, but a little on the older side. Planned activities for the kids. The store had the basics for a campground. Every time we have been here it was very quiet at night. Only negatives were the water pressure was a little low and the grass needed to be cut. (It was a holiday weekend.) This was our third time here and we definitely will be going back. We camped at Holly Acres RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is clean. However, one of the reasons we chose CGs is for the activities. Again, these were cancelled and there was only adult bingo. We needed to go off the CG with the kids to keep them busy. This is a negative for us. But, it is close to Wildwood and we had some nice blueberries to pick. I wouldn't come here if you need activities for the kids. The pool was nice and clean but very cold. Nice playground as well. We camped at Holly Acres RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $35.00
It's hard to rate this campground simply on this weekend stay. We chose this CG after Labor Day largely because they had organized activities. However, they were all cancelled because of the rain and "everyone was at Hershey RV show". So, the CG looks really nice, but we had to find something to do in the area. We usually camp on weekends so the kids have activiites. The kids did enjoy the playground and riding their bikes. The owners are very friendly, but, unfortunately, we were all disappointed because of the lack of organized activities for the kids. We would probably come back to this place so we get to use the pool and try the activities. My girls love crafts. Campsites were mostly shaded and good size but ours had lots of large roots from the tree, which was a little unsafe. We camped at Holly Acres RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
We recently spent from Monday to Friday there. As far as we could determine we were the only people there during that time except for a few seasonals who came and went. I suppose this was because it was weekdays and schools were still in session. A couple of trailers came in Thursday night, surely during the weekend the place would be fuller. The daily cost is $40.00. However, we found we had to pay an additional 4.00 a night for 50 amp. Also, the reservation is for two people only. All children older than 5 are an additional $4.00 a night. There were lots of seasonal sites, and most were very well maintained. The sites are quite large with trees between most sites. It is in a wooded setting. The manager/owners seemed friendly enough. We camped at Holly Acres RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2005 - $38.00
We visited for two nights, off season and had an easy access and spacious pull through site as requested with full hook ups. The office staff was helpful and pleasant both on the phone and on site. The campground was very attractive and well cared for. There were many seasonal sites, but they were well cared for and we felt very comfortable. I imagine it is very busy in the summer as we were told to be sure to call ahead for the summer. We liked it very much and will return. We camped at Holly Acres RV Park in a Motorhome.