1 Park near Hershey, Pennsylvania
Hershey, Pennsylvania (map) | (717) 534-8995
Sites: 301 | Latest Rate: $75.00 | 152 Reviews
Jul 2015 - $75.00
Stayed in the Carrousel loop near the end, spot 179. Tight for a pull through. The roads are narrow and if someone parks a truck slightly into the road it's tough to get through. Sites were gravel and level, very close to each other. WiFi was spotty (Tengo so expected) and no internet at all Friday night. Wooded sites so no satellite. Cable was good. It looks like the spots up the hill are farther apart. Tent area is in a lower part of the park and close to a stream. Susceptible to flooding in heavy rain. Cabins appear to be very nice. We didn't use the bathhouses so I can't comment about them. Lots of amenities for kids. 3 pools, play room. Free shuttle to Hershey Park and Chocolate World. - DebDon
Jul 2015 - $60.00
Stayed in the Carousel area. Very, very difficult to pull into and then out of our site in our 40 ft Class A Motorhome. This is a campground for families with children wanting to visit Hershey Park. Good discounts on tickets. The pool was always packed with children. Numerous events during the day for children. The closest restrooms and showers were located by the pool and they stayed clean for a short while and then were filthy much of the day due to children usage. In the pure volume of children wildly riding bikes in streets and RV sites, posed noise and in our case, our sewer hose was knocked out. One hot, humid day, many were running their air conditioners. Our motorhome's electrical management system kept shutting off the power to protect our unit (due to low voltage.) A technician came and solved the problem by rewiring various lots to more equally distribute the load. He was wonderful. We stayed here for a family reunion and would never return again. It appears to us that Hershey simply put too many RV sites in a limited area. - Savannah Sam
Jun 2015 - $65.00
What a total zoo! We had the misfortune of staying here during a concert weekend, and the park was quite crowded. The girl at the reception desk gave us terrible directions to our site and we ended up at the dead end maintenance building. A nice young security worker was nice enough to escort us to our site, which was surprisingly small for a pull-through. While other RVs were escorted from the office to their site, we were not. Not sure why not.
There were kids and dogs everywhere, but by 10 PM the park was quiet.
TV cable was OK. Wi-FI was TengoInternet, so we knew it would be terrible.
The roads into the campsite area are very narrow, and too many trucks were parked right out in the road where they did not belong, so navigating our Class A and tow was challenging.
For $60 plus per night, it it not a place we ever plan on re-visiting. The "Sweetest Town on Earth" left a bad taste in our mouths. - dhaney1944