We stayed here over race weekend and for a campground that is 2 miles from the track it should have been packed, but it was not full at all. We had to move to a different site because the one we were in was uneven and the auto level for the motorhome wouldn't level us. The second site wasn't much better but we leveled. The site itself was tight and we had no space on the side to set up chairs. With only 20 amp service you can't run electric water heater and a/c without blowing a fuse. We were only able to get 3 channels on TV via the antenna.The roads are narrow and to exit our site to leave campground I had to back up twice in order to make the turn. The interior roads are in need of some repairs.Some people who were registered guests had to leave their car in parking lot and walk to there site because there was no one to let them in when they returned from race at 7 o'clock. The campground made no arrangements to get these people in. The mini golf course is poorly maintained and not worth the money to play. If you are going to the race and do not have to spend to much time in the campground, this place will be OK, otherwise I would find someplace else. We camped at WT Family Camping in a Motorhome.
Campsites were extremely difficult to get into, very tight. Campsites were also very small and were enclosed with stone walls; not much room for chairs and grills and such. There was only one hiking trail and it led to a lookout tower that had been closed for safety reasons so we couldn't go up it. It was also very steep, rough and short. The campground was gated and not always staffed so sometimes you had to wait for someone to show up to let you in. We had a couple come down to visit us and the park charged each a $7 "visitors fee". The also issued wrist bands so they could check to make sure you weren't sneaking in although how you would do that with the gate system I don't know. I couldn't figure out why they needed that kind of security and to be charged for day visitors seemed really excessive. One of our group had a broken sewer line so he couldn't use it (most of the lines were above ground) and although he reported it, they never fixed it so he couldn't use his sewer hook up. Ours was hidden under a rock and at a 45' angle and up against another large rock so none of our fittings would work although we could pump out if we held the hose into the sewer line. I didn't care for the campground and will most likely not be returning. We camped at WT Family Camping in a Travel Trailer.
We just arrived home from our camping trip in the Poconos. We had a great time at the campground. The bathrooms were super clean and the staff were very friendly. I love going to a campground that has trees and is not a field. This was a true campground and allowed us to really enjoy nature. We even saw some deer, lots of chipmunks, turkeys, and rabbits during our stay. The sites can be tight if you do not know how to back in and it did take us a couple tries to get into our site, but it was very worth it. Our site had a beautiful rock wall and fire pit. My kids had a great time too. We hiked up to the tower and once you get up there, there are so many hiking trails to take. The swimming pool is only open for the afternoon, but the weather isn't really warm enough to go in the evening or morning. We had a great time and we booked another weekend for August. I would recommend this campground to anyone! We camped at WT Family Camping in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2009 - $35.00
We stayed here 2 nights on our way to Gettysburg. It was very cold and we did see flurries the day we were leaving, therefore there was no water at the site. We were told in advance that the water would probably not be on when we arrived. Our site was D 11, which was fairly level with 20 amp electric, sewer, and water in warmer weather. All the fire places were made of the pinkish colored stone from the mountain. Many of the site were outlined with the same stone made into small walls. The few seasonal sites were very neat and clean. The showers and bathrooms were spotless. We loved the wooded sites and the hiking trails up to the fire lookout tower. We like quiet peaceful campgrounds and this fit the bill perfectly. The roads were a little rough in spots, but if you went slow, it was OK. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We stopped over for one night on our return trip. We hope to visit the WT Family Campground again during race season. We camped at WT Family Camping in a Motorhome.
This has to be one of the nicest campgrounds in the area. We arrived having just had a bad experience in Bloomsburg, Pa., so were ready to settle for an "okay" campground. We were pleased to find this gem of a campground which has one of the cleanest and roomiest rest/shower rooms we've seen, as well as ample and private campsites. This provided a very welcome and restful end to a 30-day road trip. We didn't use the pool but checked it out and found it to be larger than many campground pools and very pristine. I would recommend this to any camper, from tent to big-rig RVs. It's in a beautiful area of Pennsylvania and there would be a lot of nice side trips. We camped at WT Family Camping in a Motorhome.
We camped in a travel trailer Memorial weekend. We had a wonderful private campsite. The owners were very pleasant. Seasonal sites and owners were very friendly. The campground doesn't have many activities for children but campground is very quiet and private. We are hoping to go back during a race weekend next year. We camped at WT Family Camping in a Travel Trailer.
A very basic campground. Here's a quick rundown: - Low water pressure - Short pool hours - Staff sometimes rude or 'waiting to be angered' - Terrible roads - Not enough electric to run my A/C - Not much in the way of supplies at the camp store I can tolerate many disappointments, but an unexplainable rude staff will ruin your weekend or vacation. We camped at WT Family Camping in a Motorhome.