2 Parks near Kinzers, Pennsylvania
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
Jun 2012 - $40.00
Very small campground appears to be new owners trying to make some changes. Huge sites, definitely not your average site layout. They go everywhere. Switchback road through the campground. Absolutely nothing to do here except what is at your site or in the area. May be better in a few years. - Hammerx4
May 2016 - $54.00
Easy in/out; mix of dirt and gravel roads; pull-through site awkwardly high centered so had to get just right, left-right, to be level. Utilities worked fine but water pressure sometimes dipped low as campground is on a well. WiFi performance fluctuated. Verizon signal and 4g were excellent. Facilities really old and run-down, WAY, way overpriced, thus a 4 rating. Maybe would have given a 5 if not so ridiculously priced. - cwier
Jan 2016 - $14.00
My family have been camping at Roamers for over 6 years. No, it's not an nationally corporate owned fancy campground, but that is why I'm there. We love the small, personal interaction with the owners and staff. The campground is in need of upgrades and the new owners are working on that. New gravel roads are being added, large pull through sites added, new power service to camp sites in the process, new water lines being installed. They have both shaded and open camp sites. With the events next door at the Rough & Tumble Steam Engine & Tractor Museum and the Amish neighbors riding through at night, going door to door selling fresh vegetables and baked good, what else could feel like Lancaster!!! Great place to stay. - R Fox
Oct 2015 - $51.00
Just picked up new MH last weekend and stayed here while trying everything out. Site was gas/dirt and very uneven but within range of hydraulics. Moved the picnic table and fire ring to the driver side in order to make them usable. Fortunately the site was large and the site behind ours was empty.
Water/electric fine. Sewer required suspension of gravity as it was uphill. Did not use the showers but appeared clean.
Staff was friendly. - Dave F