Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $40.00
We camped mid-week for one night and were the only campers besides the seasonal occupants. Only a few spots available to overnighters--almost all seasonal in a very large campground. Many units have obviously been there a long time, and condition of seasonal rigs and sites was variable--some beautiful, many not so much. However, we had a nice view of the lake, the location was convenient for sightseeing in Amish country, and campground is very clean. Bathrooms are clean, showers are good. We thought campground was hard to find, and the access road almost discouraged us from entering. We would probably stay at the State Park when returning to this area. We camped at Long Lake Park in a Travel Trailer.
Great place! Clean, friendly staff, very kid friendly, wonderful experience and we will be back. It would be a 10 but the condition of the access road to the campground is terrible. We camped at Long Lake Park in a Motorhome.
My family has been there on several of the busiest holidays and the owners are great. They have always done anything they could do to make our stay relaxing. The bathrooms and showers have been the cleanest I've seen. The addition of the pool was just one more plus in making this a great park. It truly is the nicest and cleanest park I have been to and we will definitely be going back. We camped at Long Lake Park in a Tent.
Owners live on premises, excellent host. 60 acre private spring fed lake with excellent fishing (no license required. New swimming pool, showers, laundry room and game room. A few minutes from the heart of the Amish Country. We planned to stay a week ($170) ended up adding 3 more days. We camped at Long Lake Park in a Motorhome.