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39 RV Parks near Denver, Pennsylvania
Jun 2018 - $1.00
Price reflects Thousand Trails membership. Campground is slowly making improvements. They are starting to try and control site usage better as in suggesting sites that better fit the size of the unit and needs. They still need to level some sites and trim some trees but, in their defense, sites become filled as fast as they empty. Sometimes it is hard to get a nice transit sites as they are holding sites to become seasonal but, in a pinch, will let transits use them. Small improvement. - DBLR
Apr 2018 - $30.00
Some sites spacious, others crowded, not level but only took couple of boards on one side. WiFi didn't work...said wrong password and staff said " it should work". Not well designed. Host building about 1/2 mile away. Pick your own site. - Marie Hodgdon
Aug 2017 - $1.00
Huge Thousand Trails park on the outskirts of Lancaster. As soon as someone leaves another takes their site day or night.
The site we were in wasn't very level. We were probably half a mile from the highway which is pretty busy for a 2 lane road. The exit is on a hill entering a curve so it is not the best.
Park is pretty quiet considering it is so busy. - mrracechaser
Jun 2017 - $48.00
Back in sites very close together no grass all gravel. Pool nice but bathrooms were from what we could guess were only cleaned once a week. Few activities. Peaceful close to market n turnpike. All in all our stay was okay. Staff always seemed put out. - Rv living_73
Oct 2016 - $42.00
Nice friendly staff, nice small pond, close to many antique shops and flea markets. Only dislike were most sites are stone covered and kind of dusty, grass would have been much nicer for the dogs. - Dan Fong
Aug 2016 - $115.00
We were never informed that the cabins were not equipped with linens or towels. We were pleasantly surprised to have Saturday night entertainment of a Rodeo and also a great ice cream store. We found the camp very well maintained and management very helpful in directing us to near by stores. - lois c
Jun 2009 - $40.00
This campground is overrun by golf carts. If you have kids, beware! Seasonal sites are allowed to have a golf cart. Many of them race around all day and play bumper cars. No beer is allowed off of the campsite. It looked like a golf cart convention blocking the office doors when I went up for firewood. Everyone had a beer and cigarette on their golf cart. Very unsafe to drink and drive. Believe me, these people are juiced up. Kids try to feed the ducks at the pond and the drunks come racing past to scare the ducks away. Roads are very bad with many holes. Many sites get flooded. This owner needs to improve his safety and conditions for this campground. - Jakari
May 2009 - $35.00
Camped here Memorial Day Weekend, 2009. Minimum reservation of 2 nights which is reasonable. Site was not level, but saw that most sites were level. Our site, though not level was creekside and was very private and very beautiful. Overall, the campground was very well maintained. Only two major complaints: during the day we did have some kids playing in the creek behind our site, which was essentially part of our site. Also, the campground is obviously geared toward seasonal campers, and there was NOTHING to do. No trails, nothing. Would be great for families with kids, and the staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. We were very pleased with our experience, just wish there were more activities for adults on the grounds. - KStar1926
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Basic no frills campground. Owners very friendly. We have camped here several times, no problems. Easy access to major routes. Sites are level, crushed stone, large enough. WiFi and cable reception good. - dkiefer
Sep 2016 - $45.00
We stayed 3 nights in site 56. The site is on an outside row. It was near perfect level and had a large fire ring of local stone loosely laid.
Our 30 amp, water, sewer, and cable hookups were fine, however, the wifi was not so good, slow as molasses in January.
This campground is mostly stone, meaning, little vegetation, though the entire campground is under a mature canopy of trees, almost all shaded. There's a little playground to the rear of the grounds. The sites are close together in the interior, and there are numerous rather permanent setups. - majorairhead
Sep 2015 - $34.00
The campground has many trees throughout the park. The roads and sites are gravel. Roads are narrow and there are many obstacles (trees) that make backing into a site not easy. The entire CG is on a slope and the sites are not very level; additional leveling blocks are needed. There are many long term/permanent RVs with the usual over landscaping or excessive junk. It is generally quiet with only an occasional plane or faint train horn. Our first stay (3 years ago) was pleasant, this time was different; Labor Day weekend. Friday afternoon the CG filled up with noisy families looking for their end of summer trip. Management did not patrol the CG to monitor the barking dogs, children running around or make any attempt at enforcing the rules. The campsites are fairly large gravel but it still feels crowded. Picnic table, fire ring and typical 20/30/50 electric. Water quality is good but pressure varied from 60 psi to very low. Basic cable channels from Blue Ridge Communications. Internet is free with strong WiFi signal but connections were slow at best and quite often did not work at all. T-Mobile hot spot did not work. The laundry room is in a basement with two tired looking top loaders; went elsewhere. Single stall showers in poor condition, same for the restrooms. The staff is friendly and competent in the office. The CG has organized events; Labor Day pot luck. This is one of the cheaper CGs in the area. - Wiyndog
Apr 2018 - $48.00
We just returned home from here for the weekend. We won't be returning. It's not terrible, but a few things turned us off. First the site had trash on the ground that I had to clean up. Secondly, it's all wide open (like being in a parking lot). Looks like only the seasonal spots get privacy of trees. And this was the whole park. Third, there is a gate that you must call the office every single time you come in. I understand and appreciate security, but having to call the office each time and being questioned really pissed me off (I have your tag hanging in my window, do I really need to tell you more?). Or give us a key card that we can use. Lastly, I forgot ketchup, so I run down to the little store instead of taking the 20 min ride. Well, I get that they should charge a little for convince but.... ketchup $3.25, dozen eggs $4.80, qt of milk $3.90 a pack of hot dogs $6.99... this is just being greedy and taking advantage of your guests. One more thing.. We lost electricity 3 times while there. It wasn't just our site. We won't be returning. - neff
May 2017 - $6.00
Been going to the camp site for years. Not always the best camp, but reasonable. They just added a new gate to the site, which I would normally be fine with. However, there was other priorities, like renovating the bathrooms and the playgrounds that are falling apart. - chris782
Jul 2015 - $45.00
Read post about here and let's not forget we're camping. Nice big level lot. Plenty to do with a very clean pool. You do have to bring your own chair, not the end of the world. Restroom by us could easily be updated to take care of the negative post but it was clean. We'll be back. - wpagejr
Jun 2016 - $65.00
We stayed here spring 2016. As we pulled in and as we got close the office, you could smell sewer. The smell was really bad all weekend. But that was not the only problem. The price was higher then we wanted. Higher rate for family. 51 base rate but extra for older kids. But I realize that adding for adult kids is normal.
Internet was spotty. Kept kicking us off. The RVs/trailers are packed in like sardines. You have campers very close on 3 sides of you. No privacy at all. We really didn't have any grass. We didn't even have a fire ring, not that we had the space to use it. I don't think you could park a car between the campers--they were too close. We couldn't use our awning.
Also, there is many permanent sites. It seemed as if 75 to 85% (could be much higher)are permanent. Just looked and felt like a trailer court. Doesn't feel like you are camping. The bathrooms were not clean and smelled of mold. There was green algae growing on things--not all things but the propane tank and shed were the worst. The office looked OK. And the people seemed nice.
There was a few 'cabins' that from the outside looked good.
We didn't check out the pool. The campground roads were confusing a bit. We will not go back because of the smell, no privacy, high prices and lack of good atmosphere. - KayG
Mar 2016 - $42.00
Owners of this campground are wonderful. I have never seen owners cooking food and doing pedicure's for mothers day. They are aware of everything in their campground and they want to keep people happy. Nicest people you ever want to meet. Our site is great has lots of room. Game room is very nice. Bathrooms are clean. Pool looks very nice can't wait to swim in it. The pavilion is over the top it is so nice closed in all season pavilion has a bathroom and a kitchen. This is the nicest one I have ever seen. Playground is nice. Store is very cute has a lot of cute things in it. People in campground are all so nice. We love it and plan to camp here for a very long time. Lots of fun activities to do. - NIKKI66
Jul 2013 - $41.00
Nice enough campground. Gravel roads and level gravel sites. Cable TV was good. Internet was very spotty. Very friendly people run the park and their guests are friendly, too. Many permanent campers have been left there by owners who come periodically. They are not kept clean which makes the campground seem a little ratty. But it was quiet and peaceful while we were there. - traveling2s
Jul 2017 - $50.00
The entrance to this campground is on a hill, as are all of the area campgrounds. The owners are very friendly. Upon arrival, we were not completely satisfied with our site as we learned there was no sewer connection, so we were able to change the following morning when a site opened up. The next site was up on the plateau with an amazing overlook! There was no shade, but the view made up for this!! They do not have golf carts, but the amenities are really not that far, just down a hill, where they had paths. The pool was very clean and warm. The hay ride was lots of fun. We loved looking at the exotic animals as well. All the sites are spread out and a good size. We were on the end, could set up a trailer, tarp, and two vehicles with lots of room to spare! Nice and quiet! We will return. - autismmom
Oct 2016 - $44.00
We stayed at Starlite for two nights in September 2007. We were in space 25. There was rain the day before and the forecast was for scattered showers so I think a lot of people cancelled. There are 16 sites on the road where our site was located and a total of 3 were occupied. That was perfect for us! In that area of the campground the sites are very wooded and pretty large. Even if the site in front of us was occupied, it would have been a decent distance. The sites are very close to each other in most other areas of the campground. Our preference is for a little seclusion. The staff was very friendly - the ice cream was very good! Our beagles enjoyed howling at squirrels. We don't participate in campground activities so I can't offer an opinion there. The site was pretty easy to back our 30' trailer into. The roads aren't very wide but they were all manageable. We would go back if we could get a similar site in the same area of the campground. - BeagleDad
Jun 2015 - $48.00
This is a wonderful campground. We camped here last fall, and decided to come back because it was vintage weekend. Since having a vintage motorhome, we drove up. Not too many other vintage campers though. We camped on the mid-plateau area, which is wonderful for its view overlooking the valley, but the only downfall was there is no shade, and it was in the upper 90s all weekend. One of the nicest stocked camp stores I've ever seen. Many seasonal campers, but all were friendly. Nice large sites. The owners and extremely nice as well. One other thing that this campground is in Lancaster County, but it is a distance from the attractions. Yet it is nice and quiet. Unfortunately, we did have to leave a day early due to a family emergency, and the staff was very understanding and helpful. We can't wait to go back! Big rigs- take warning though, the roads are steep and tight coming in. Use low gear! The campground has some steep hills itself, so biking and walking is a good ol' workout. Lastly, there is no description to the view from the plateau sites. One must see for themselves! - Chieftain1986
Aug 2017 - $34.00
Older campground is spacious, shade with water and 30 amp hookups. Monthly folks get sewer spots. Pump truck is 6 bucks. Beautiful creek - we put our lawn chairs in while we watched grandkids play. Nice large swimming pool and playground for kids. Amish ride down road between two sides of park. Wagon ride following Luau Pig Roast. Each Saturday is different them. Some firepits are too close to rigs for comfort. - ThePattersons
Oct 2016 - $41.00
The New owners are turning this place into kiddie city. This used to be a very nice friendly, clean, we'll run campground. Now if your not booking at least 2 nights they hold open sites till the last moment hoping to get someone looking for 2 or more nights, if they cannot get a 2 night reservation they will give up a 1 night . Events every weekend are drawing in the loud drinkers and rowdy types. If you enjoy Wildwood you'll like this place. After spending many weekends here we are done with this place. - Dan Fong
Oct 2016 - $44.00
New owners seem to be un experienced crazy getting site, people in office all mixed up not a smooth process. Sites close all open slots, more like tentville, crazy noisy, was not thrilled will not camp here, no wifi, no sewer, no tv. Definitely better campgrounds to go to in Amish country. - Cbh
Sep 2017 - $68.00
Very nice water park. A lot of the permanent sites are old and trashy. Most of the sites in the upper wood are very nice. Campground doesn't seem to enforce any rules about quiet hours. - Lspajm
Jul 2016 - $52.00
Our site was formerly 2 back-in sites, combined to be a pull- thru. Very steep grade to site & site so narrow we couldn't fully unfold our camp mat.
Campground personnel and other campers very nice and friendly. - dkrk
Oct 2015 - $60.00
We pulled into this park on a rainy, miserable, dark Friday night. They told me to follow the golf cart and he would take me onto the site up on the hill the best way to get in, after asking how long I was, then giving me an expression that left me a bit nervous. He took us downhill on falcon loop 2 and showed us site 225. Certainly would not have picked to come in from that direction. Had site 252 across the road not been vacant I wouldn't have had a chance of getting 37' of trailer into the site with a CCLB truck. Had some nearby seasonals come over with extra lights to help me get in, while the campground fire truck blasted its lights on me and also had the beacon lights and sirens going. Finally had to go over and ask him to turn the lights off so I could see. Site needed more than normal to get the trailer level. Once the ordeal of getting in was over, we enjoyed our stay at this campground. Pool was closed due to the time of year. This was the first time we've ever parked and not left a campground to do anything off site and we never got bored. Our site was only water and electric so we had to use their dump station on the way out. The dump station is uphill from the trailer and had to do some serious blocking up to get the tanks to drain completely. Getting out of the dump station area was again very tight, and I'm no novice. We would go back to this campground again, but would not even consider arriving in the dark again. It's doable but tricky for big rigs. - ferguson65