31 RV Parks near Atglen, Pennsylvania
We did however find 31 campgrounds within 25 miles of Atglen. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Atglen in the left hand column.
Oct 2016 - $47.00
Nice family owners, friendly & helpful. Sites are in side of mountain, winds up, nice size private sites stone covered & level. Our favorite campground in Amish area......perfect place for a getaway. Wifi, tv, workers are helpful & friendly if needed. Highly recommend. - Cbh
May 2014 - $40.00
A work in progress. We had tried a couple of other campgrounds and they were full. These folks were very friendly and we stayed with them three nights. Once you get to the sites for transients, it is quiet and peaceful. Getting there was hair raising, zigging and zagging up dirt/gravel switchback roads. We were three levels up. Many permanent sites on the lower levels. The utilities were on the wrong side on our site although others were OK. Power supply was only 105 volts and kept kicking the breaker. Only 30 amp service. Luckily we didn't need the air at this time of year. Site was level and there was a nice/steep beginning walking trail. The restrooms need major work, probably replaced. Hubby checked them and said privacy was non existent with shower curtain dividers. At $40 it sufficed but probably won't return. - elaine170
Sep 2013 - $40.00
Very friendly and accommodating. Large private sites. Playground is at the lower end and seemed to be nice. We did not come to Lancaster to use the campground facilities we came here to explore the Amish food, shops and the Sight and Sound Theater. We will stay here again. - Oldman5145
May 2017 - $44.00
Having been to many camp grounds in Lancaster county this one needs major upgrades. Very dated and old bathrooms and overly pricey laundry facility. Sites are so so not very level. Alot of the sites I passed while walking around especially the white fema looking homes near the tent area just horid looking un landscaped, weeds, muddy and just not at all attractive to see. Farm overview is beautiful and then to walk by such a trashy ghetto looking area was very un inviting. Very disappointed to have seen that. Activities absolutely NONE!! No pool no nothing. If you're passing through and need a spot to sleep it's great other then that keep driving. Not recommended at all for a weekend getaway. - ANDO
Jul 2016 - $57.00
Our site was out in the open closeby an Amish farm. Just a gorgeous open view of the cornfield and blue silos in the distance. Very beautiful and serene for us southern CA people. We used the laundry facility which was clean enough, but a bit pricey compared to one we used at a KOA in MO. The owner and staff were very helpful. It's reasuring to see them cruising the campground in the gold cart on the lookout for anything that may need their attention. Needless to say, this campground is clean, well tended to and a plus, no unruly people making noise. Our site was pretty level as far as gravel sites go, and it was very clean. We did not have a toad. - CAcamping
Jun 2016 - $57.00
We stayed for 4 nights. The sites are gravel and a little uneven but we did not have any significant problems. It rained during our stay so sites were a little muddy and had some leftover pools of water. Hosts were friendly and helpful. Limited cable but a good signal. WiFi was available and worked. We enjoyed our stay especially since it wasn't crowded. There seems to be little to do for children, though they are building a pool area. We would absolutely stay there again. - Happy Camper 168
Oct 2016 - $46.00
The park was clean we got there just after a storm came through so the weather wasn't very good. We got there a little late they waited for us. It was a nice place to camp for the weekend. I would stay again. There road ways are all paved. But it was late in the season so everything was closed up. But we were there for a Company Picnic some where else so it was a good place to camp for the weekend. - ztoymaker
Jul 2016 - $30.00
My husband and I stayed in a popup camper on 4th of July weekend. We had to arrive late, they were fine with it. We got a pull-through site. We forgot a few things but their little supply store had everything we needed. They do have a $10 minimum for cards though. The sites were nicely spaced and clean. The "quiet time" was 11 pm. We didn't hear a peep after then which was very nice. They had plenty of activities to do so you weren't bored. The fireworks on July 4th were AWESOME! The downsides were the narrow roads, WiFi was only available at the Office area and the map was a little hard to read at first but other than that it was great. We will definitely be back! - NKatieA
Sep 2014 - $49.00
Overall a good CG and well kept. Although we had a very good stay, I took a couple points off for minor annoyances. All sites are gravel with lots of trees and grassy areas for tents. The pool is only open 10-5 which I thought was silly if a person is out doing tourist stuff during the day and wants to relax by the pool in the evening. Most of the roads are narrow and curvy so you may want to walk to your assigned spot first to ensure you can make it. During the weekend there are a lot of tent campers, kids, and dogs but everyone adhered to noise hours. There are a lot of full-timers and some of those spots look rather trashy which initially cast a negative outlook to our decision to stay there. - Goodcruisin
Jun 2017 - $45.00
When we arrived we were surprised to see a large barrier gate at the entrance. After being admitted, we received a key card to use when we come and go and were told that we'd be charged $20 if it wasn't returned. Bear in mind that this is a rural area and all the neighbors are Amish farmers so we felt the security was kind of silly. We were also lectured about the correct direction to drive to the exit and where to take our trash (the previous two KOAs we'd stayed at picked up trash several times a day.) but the most annoying part of checkin was finding that our site had no power. We reported it to the office and the owner said she would let her husband know. It was 95 degrees when we arrived and really needed to get the AC going no switch our fridge off battery, so after 20 minutes we returned to the office hoping to at least get out of the heat. The owner told us that no, we couldn't wait there because she had to make a phone call and we should just go sit in our car. After few more minutes the power came on and someone explained that he didn't know the breaker controlled the power at our site. The rest of our time there was uneventful but we would certainly not camp there again. - Tabber
Jun 2017 - $51.00
This place is OK if you are travelling with adults only and really only want a spot to park your camper for the night. First, the site fee only covers the first two persons and anyone else is an additional $6 per day. There isn't an "resort" fee per se because there isn't anything there that might justify the fee. The pet area is a 15'x30' or so fenced in area only suitable if your dog needs to be off the leash to be able to "poop". Plus you can't even let the kids walk the dog because one of their MANY rules is you have to be at least 16 to have the dog outside of your site. There are only 2 showers for the entire campground but they weren't that busy while we were there. The showers are large with plastic grates over the obviously stained tile and have a push button auto-off system (about 1 minute per push) there are no temperature controls. The site we had for our trailer was toward the back in the wooded section, it was a tight back in not because of the width of the site; which was rather spacious, but maneuvering the tow vehicle around the large rocks and concrete pipes sticking out the ground made it a bit difficult. It also could have been a bit more level, I had to run out the tongue jack all the way out even with an extra 4x4 wood block underneath. You are not allowed to use ez-ups, screened rooms, or hang anything from the trees. Laundry facilities were adequate, 3 washers 3 dryers. $2 per machine cycle. Bring your own quarters since there isn't a change machine on site and the Office is rarely open. I have seen many complaints about the owners, I can't say anything about them because after check-in I didn't have any further contact with them. The Office doesn't open before 2 PM. DO NOT ARRIVE BEFORE 2 PM, you will not be allowed in. - Gracieandherpeople
Apr 2017 - $150.00
There was a problem checking in the first RV, since the woman working the desk didn't know how to handle a monthly transaction. 10 people waited in line as she was on the phone 20 minutes resolving it. She should have let the monthly customer get set up, taken care of the weekend customers, and then fixed the problem. She was rude to each and every customer in line. Someone had booked 2 sites on 1 reservation and was scolded for that. Their many, many, many rules were communicated to each person in a patronizing and aggressive manner. Even when the words themselves were not offensive, the rude delivery made them so. My husband was waiting in the car and told us that every single person coming out of the office was complaining about her, but from reading other negative reviews, it seems to be par for the course for this woman. The cabin was new and pretty nice, but not worth the $150 charged for it. The sheets were threadbare and the elastic did not hold the fitted sheet on the bed. Worse yet, there was a heavy plastic cover under the sheet, so we ended up sleeping directly on it. In addition, there were also noisy, cheap, plastic covers on the pillowcases under the pillowcases, which rustled at night. There are much better ways of protecting the mattress and pillows, which require only a modest investment. We were given only 1 wash cloth, 1 hand towel and 2 bath towels for the two of us and the rules posted on the wall in BOLD letters said that you had to pay $6 if you wanted another towel/wash cloth. Further, we had to take the trash up to the dumpster or be charged $15. The campground is clean and quiet, but amenities are minimal: no pool, game room, or camp store, very small playground and dog park. Most annoying, the office is only open from 2-5 pm, conveniently after check-out time, so that there is no chance to voice concerns at check-out. I guess their attitude is take it or leave it. - Susan Traylor
Sep 2015 - $46.00
The check-in process was very painful/slow - it is clear they cater to seasonal site folks, and do not have many (if any) weekenders. 98% of the campground is seasonals - some are OK, most are very dirty, run-down, and trailer-park-ish, very few are nice. Their cancellation policy is the worst I have ever seen - basically forcing you to lose money if you need to cancel. Kids activities were OK, folks running them were rude, and you could tell they cater to seasonal folks. I would not go back. - Lspajm
Apr 2013 - $44.00
Arrived after office closed - no instructions for late arrivals but all 'visitor' sites empty (site seems to be mainly residential)so no trouble setting up. All sites have sewer connections despite some being marked 'water & electric only'. Very old shower block: cold and drafty. Showers have to be held on constantly to get water. Wi-fi might be available but password required at additional charge! $44/nt for very basic provision. There are better, smarter RV Parks in the area - better positioned for exploring Amish country. - UK RV'ers
Sep 2012 - $50.00
Spent Labor Day weekend here and had a very nice time, they are slowly fixing the place up still some rough looking seasonals that need some cleaning up and the bath house is not that large they could really use an upgrade there but things take time. They did upgrade some of their sites with upgraded electric and also sewer and also graded some other sites so in time I am sure things will improve. We will return. - DBLR
Jun 2017 - $65.00
We try to do at least one weekend a year here. The lower sites are more open and energetic, close to the office, camp store, and activities building. the upper sites, up the mountain, are quieter, almost totally tree covered with lots of seasonals. Most of the seasonal people are nice with clean and neat setups. The upper pool was clean and busy. Cable TV had plenty of channels. On the down side, everything was expensive in the camp store. WiFi was extra. Cell phone reception was never more than 2 bars. Miniature golf was $3.00. - DebDon
Jun 2017 - $60.00
The park is beautiful! The spots are spacious and well maintained. There are many planned activities available, but there are numerous things to do on your own. With two pools, a fishing pond, a swimming pond, mini golf, fitness center, spa, and dance barn there is a lot to keep everyone busy. We can't wait to go back! - K Frame
Apr 2017 - $63.00
I reviewed this campground a few years ago, but thought I should review it again due to the changes I have noticed. Over the years, most of the seasonal campers have turned their sites into trashy looking winter wonderland light displays and have added all sorts of figurines and other tacky yard ornaments, signs and things that spin when the wind blows. There are solar walkway lights, not on walkways, but everywhere. They come on and stay on every night, whether somebody is there or not. It is very annoying and unnatural. String lights are hanging from trees on many sites to seemingly mark the seasonal campers' territory. It's just a shame that such a nice campground could be ruined by this junk. Some needed improvements have been made since my first review, but nothing has been added and the advertised game room is nonexistent. I am saddened by the decline of the attractiveness and sense of being in the woods at Spring Gulch RV Resort due mainly to the seasonal sites. If they clean up these sites, I will be back and write another review. - Nomad297
Jun 2017 - $50.00
This was the 8th State on our travels. Intercourse is the heart of Amish country and very cool place to see. Many Amish shops nearby. Sites 2, 3, and 4 are probably the best and shadiest. Sites are fairly small. Friendly staff, friendly campers, definitely would stay here again. - Katy621
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Excellent park-albeit a bit expensive. Immaculate, landscaped grounds, level sites that can be a bit of a challenge to get into with larger rigs. We stayed on a beautiful site at the top of the park. Great views of nearby Amish farms and lots of large shade trees. Extremely peaceful and relaxing. Made a perfect base for two days of exploring the nearby countryside. - MissouriBird
May 2017 - $45.00
Nice, right in the middle of all the activity if that's what you're after. It's tight, about 15' between our door and our neighbor's utilities. But there was a small fence section with a rhododendron in front of it, so unobtrusive. The view behind our rig was pretty, rolling hills and horses. It was nice to sit in the dog run and watch the people and buggies go by. Coffee to buy and DVD's to borrow in the office, and books and magazines in the very clean laundry room. - janci
Jul 2017 - $50.00
The park was immaculate and the power and water strong. I had a 30 amp back in site and our new coach was 29.5 feet long and fit just fine with plenty of room to park the Jeep next to it. There is a biter of road noise but it is not bad. We were in the section with a great deal of trees and shade. Had cable TV so that was great. The other two sections where the big rigs were had little shade though we did have a cook out with our friends who were staying up there and the trees did give us some shade to sit under. - John S.
Jun 2017 - $50.00
This was our first stay at Country Acres. The park is well-groomed and immaculately clean - facilities & grounds. Staff business-like but courteous & professional. Sites in the #900 loop are for big rigs and there is no shade there. Sites from #801 through #820 border a trailer sales & service business; the noise from that was a bit bothersome at times as was road noise from Rt. 30 (primarily at night). There was NO noise from other campers! There are no planned activities and very little in the way of things to do for children outside of a small playground with swings, see-saws and a wooden train. This is an excellent base from which to tour the Lancaster County area rather than a destination campground. Most sites are level and all are in good condition with a healthy layer of crushed limestone. Interior roads the same. Campground store is small and stocked with mostly essentials and souvenir items. My only recommendation to management there would be to arrange for mowing and other maintenance to be done while sites are VACANT. The guy cutting grass came dangerously close to my power cord and insisted in cutting the grass in our site while we were sitting outside in it. Same thing was done to our neighbors. We will stay here again but will request a site away from the commercial zone. - RamWagon
Jun 2017 - $60.00
One of the cleanest parks that I have been to. Large sites. - jrhaze
May 2017 - $79.00
Once again we were not disappointed in staying at Yogi Quarryville. We have a large group that camp at Quarryville for Mother's Day for many years now, and each year we come back they have improved the campground somehow; it is nice to see that they care about the conditions of the park and keep it immaculate. Verizon signal was good, no satellite available in site due to tree cover. 2 pools were open (1 heated), water park was still closed. - SJEAGLES609
Aug 2016 - $111.00
We stayed in the buddy site along side of my parents camper. We spent a total of $1326.00 for the week for both campers. Site 5I and 5IA. I complained 3 times to staff concerning the freezing cold water in the shower house. Water pressure consisted of a little stream of water, not even enough to wash the soap out of your hair. My family did not get even a warm shower all week, even after complaining. The staff are all teenagers and need some training on customer satisfaction. A lot of campers the past week was complaining about the water in the shower house. The lower shower house had hot water that was scolding the children as other parents was stating. The bounce pillow was always full of bigger children and our two daughters could not even play on it. Very disappointed and will not be returning to this Jellystone Campground. Question is: How were they voted 2015 Campground of the Year? Activities was very repetitive for the week. Waterpark..staff were not helpful and again very young..water guns not working..Just have to be honest here, have stayed at a lot of Jellystone Campgrounds and would say this is the worst for the price!! - Chad5134
Jul 2016 - $82.00
Stayed on Site 13. Nice large site with blue stone. Had to bring the front of my motorhome up about 8 to 10 inches to get level. Side to side was okay. All ground cover behind site was poison ivy so be careful. Our dog kept trying to walk through it. Some TV channels had no sound and some were fuzzy. Nice pool and water park. Lots of things for the kids to do. $60 per night for golf cart rental. - enfd7
Nov 2016 - $40.00
We came for 1 week and ended up staying 2 months. Very quite park. Close to everything. Located in beautiful farmland. The staff has been amazing to us. We will differently come back. We found a great church to attend. Very peaceful here. - tanya mitchell
Aug 2016 - $42.00
This was our second trip to this campground. First one was unsatisfactory but gave it another try. Office staff was courteous but not real friendly.
New pool was nice but deepest point was 4 feet only. Center of pool had volleyball net and also had a basket ball net. Made actual swimming impossible.
Site were EXTREMELY narrow. Campers literally on top of each other. Sitting out you were able to look into the windows of the next camper.
We were with friends and we did have an end site, #16. Unsatisfactory site along with the others even though it was on the end. Couldn't sit outside of the trailer under the awning because the ground sloped down and felt like you were sliding out of your chairs. Had to sit at the back end of the trailer almost in the bushes to have a level site to sit, and even that sloped down. Didn't use picnic table because of slope.
Check out time was noon. RIDICULOUIS!. All other campgrounds check out usually after 1 p.m. We left the campground on a Sunday. Church services were at 10 a.m. Unable to attend church because we needed to get packed up and hooked up to meet the NOON CHECKOUT time.
Will NEVER use this campground again. Gave two chances and failed at both.
On the plus side, we had a beautiful view of the farm land. Unfortunately this was the only positive I could comment on.
I gave it a 3 star but my gut says its only a 2 star facility. - SandraAlethea
Aug 2016 - $40.00
We used to enjoy staying at White Oak Campground. On our past trip, we were very displeased. While the staff is very friendly and helpful, we found the other campers there to be very rude. We had a fire going, and the neighbor told me that it was offending him. I'm sorry, but I paid for my site, and I'm going to have a fire. You don't run the campground! With the rally going on, people were walking on our site like crazy. The one plus to the campground is the location and the pool. Sites very tight and unlevel. We will not be returning! PS: Shared water connections! - Chieftain1986