This is a large beautiful campground whose only drawback is that many of the sites are fairly tight, although we had no problem extending our three slides. The activities were very enjoyable and well-planned and the weekend breakfasts excellent. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Motorhome.
The campground has become a Yogi Bear campground. Lots of activities for the children. I was told that next year the seasonal campers will be moved to a different part of the park. The owners are working to make this a great park. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $40.00
Fantastic RV Park! Staff is friendly, sites are big rig friendly, and entire grounds are super clean. Best apple dumplings ever! A+ We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Fifth Wheel.
The park was very clean and staff very friendly and helpful. The restrooms were the cleanest I had ever seen. Fishing was great, caught about 30 bluegills over a three day period. I thought the sites with the gravel drives were too close but the sites in the grass were spaced very well. The WiFi was very weak. I would definitely stay again. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects Open House Half Price Weekend rate. Beautiful park carved into the side of a hill with beautiful views in many directions. Sites are gravel and slightly unlevel with some mostly unlevel. Our site only required blocks two high on the right side to level. Water pressure was good as was electric quality. Some facilities (pool, Ruth's Cafe restaurant, Grandpa's Farm petting zoo) were not open for the season yet. Very clean restrooms, showers, and laundry. Laundry had two washers and two dryers, with one washer clearly marked as Out of Order. Appliances were recent models and appeared to be in good condition. Cost was pretty standard based on our experience. Park is very pet friendly. Some seasonals as well as transients. Only real downsides were the camp store was not very well stocked yet (probably due to it being early in the season) and the Wi-fi was almost unusable. We could connect with our iPad but the connection was not stable. Because the Wi-Fi requires an online agreement, it cannot be used on anything without a built-in browser like Apple TV or a gaming console. Not sure we could have maintained a connection anyway based on the experience with our laptop and phones. Even with this frustration, we loved the facility and the people. The staff could not have been friendlier and the clientele just as friendly. We will return and recommend it to our friends. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Motorhome.
Very picturesque and well-maintained campground nestled in the hills. Amish buggies pass right in front of the campground to our pleasure. We enjoyed playing the free mini golf as well as disc (frisbee) golf. Pool wasn't opened but looked great. Would be nice to have more trees in between sites and a recycling program for bottles, cans, etc. The only negative comment would be the 2 trails in the campground: Tea Hollow Nature Trail and Flying Squirrel Trail, as they were not well maintained nor easy for anybody to follow. They started out well, but then the trail stopped and you wondered which way to go, with no signage to tell you if you were still on the right path. This definitely needs improvement. Overall, a fantastic place to stay while exploring Amish Country...make sure to visit Berlin, eat at Mrs. Yoder's Kitchen, visit Amish Home at Yoders, and check out Breitenback Wine Cellars. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Travel Trailer.
This is one of the best parks we have ever stayed at. Lots to do. Close to Amish country without being right in the middle of the tourist activity. Very friendly staff. No problem too small for them to handle with pride. The apple dumplings at the little restaurant are wonderful. Pet and family friendly. Very few park models. Mostly short time campers. Loved the place. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $31.00
Great place to stay for Amish area visit. Very clean and very friendly. Full hookup sites are easy to get into.They have a lot of activities. Would highly recommend. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $33.00
We stayed 8 nights and think it's the best campground we've ever stayed in and we've traveled across the country 3 times! When you turn in the driveway, you know it's good. Those rolling hills are manicured like a golf course. We were there after Labor Day, so pool was closed. 20-mile view from top of hill was spectacular, as was the pond with gazebo, soybean field and woods walking path. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $45.00
My family of 6 camped here, rustic tent style, for the weekend and had a WONDERFUL time! Not only was the park beautiful and well maintained, the staff was very friendly and helpful. My 4 young children (7 yrs, 6 yrs, 3 yrs, and 1 yr) all enjoyed the pool and the many family friendly activities offered at the park. In addition to swimming, the park offered put-put, watermelon seed spitting contests, wagon rides, and even an exotic animal show all free of charge. This was out first visit to the park and we will definitely be back again to build more life-long fun family memories! Our only suggestion or slight disappointment was that we did not see any recycling facilities for our bottles and cans. If we are to preserve beautiful nature such as at the Whispering Hills, we need to recycle. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Tent.
We stayed here for 3 nights. When we pulled in I knew this would be a nice campground. Beautiful grounds and pond. Very friendly staff. We have stayed in campgrounds with tighter sites, so that was not a problem for us. It is close to most Amish attractions. Had a great miniature golf course. We would stay here again. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here because we had to check out early from another one. We stayed here before. This is a nicely maintained family campground. The sites are a good size and most have trees. Staff is friendly and they have a petting zoo (kind of) and a nice mini-golf site. Nice pond for fishing though we have never caught anything. Showers are large but only one stall in the upper area. Have Wi-Fi around the camp which is good because we used my phone for Internet/weather channel access to see how bad it was going to get. Would recommend this place as very family friendly. There are many big rigs but also many tent trailers. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Tent Trailer.
This was a very nice campground. It was quite a ways off the beaten track, so to speak, but it was in a beautiful setting (green, rolling hills, lots of deciduous trees, accessible lake). The spaces were a nice size for bigger rigs. Lots for kids to do. Some permanents sites towards the back of the park that were clean and well kept with newer models in them. The whole place was very clean. We would return if we were ever in the area again. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground was a very pleasant surprise for my family and me. We saw the other good reviews so we camped here 4th of July weekend. The campground was very well kept, and the staff was very friendly. They have Wi-fi that worked very well but no cable - which is the only reason I didn't give them a 10. There is a nice miniature golf course that is free, and a "farm" area with pheasants, bunnies, chickens, roosters and pheasants. At another area there are goats that the kids enjoyed feeding. The pool looked very nice, but we were busy doing other things and didn't get to swim. Our family had a lot of fun at this campground and after over 10 years of camping it is one of our favorites. We will definitely be back soon. We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $45.00
We stayed here over Labor Day weekend and absolutely loved it. The park is incredibly clean and well maintained, the staff is excellent and very friendly and knowledgable. The location is great because it is in the heart of Ohio's Amish Country, and there are tons of places to go and see that are all within a half hour drive. We loved the park so much that we became full-time, seasonal campers here just a few weeks after our first stay. We NEVER plan on leaving!! We camped at Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort (formerly Whispering Hil in a Fifth Wheel.