2 Parks near Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Sep 2014 - $1.00
Rate reflects TT member rate. Site not real level, took 3 boards to level, hook ups good,campground well kept. Saw sites that were closed the last time we were here and were repaired and back for use, staff was helpful and very friendly. Will return. - DBLR
Aug 2014 - $58.00
Very expensive park with a multitude of add-on fees e.g. "resort fee" of $3/day, WIFI $5.95/day, cable TV $3/day in addition to their already overpriced site fee of $53/day or in our case $58/day for a holiday. On top of all the fees you will be approached to join Thousand Trails at least once during your visit. Campsites are chosen after you begin the check-in process. They'll tell you to go and pick out a site and return to finalize. Our site was still filthy from the previous tenants, beer cans, cigarette butts, candy wrappers etc. At these prices you would expect much better but you won't get it. Even though the gal in the office stated that Encore Resorts no longer owned the park, the salesperson who tried to sign us up for Thousand Trails stated that the owner has stayed the same. It seems that all the parks in the Lancaster area are owned by the same corp. so the prices are high at all of them. We would not return. This park would have potential if it were run properly but as in much of our experience in RVing, higher prices are not indicative of better parks. - Bob & Stephanie
Jul 2013 - $1.00
TTN rate. Wi-Fi costs by the day. Cable TV costs by the day (way too expensive). HDTV draws 10 or 12 channels including major networks. Ammenites are fairly clean and well maintained. The entry road, from the welcome center into the CG, is a tree covered tunnel but with enough room to clear. "D" section is pretty much open enough to negotiate with a large RV and all sites are back-in. 3-point hookups with 50AMP. Leveling requires the use of some blocks on the low side but it isn't extreme. In "D" section there is plenty of room between sites and most are gravel with tables and campfire rings. The par 3 pitch and putt is okay and the mini-golf is under cover near the pool. Approaching the CG requires some concentration. Don't listen to the GPS for it will try to take you .3 of a mile beyond the entrance and out into the corn fields. Coming in from the north the entrance is clearly marked, but it is on a hill and in a curve so caution is required to make the left turn (almost a U-turn) into the CG. The sites on the Conestoga River are okay, all 2-point hookups (no sewer) but when the river rises after a heavy rain there can be flooding to deal with in some of those sites. We would return if in the area in the future. - SilverBear
Jun 2015 - $40.00
This is a fabulous park! We have stayed here with/without our grandson numerous times and we have also held a rally here. It's near the stream. If you are going to Dutch Wonderland , the location can't get any better. You can walk to the park from the campground. There is a playground and game room for kids. There is a new pavilion/group meeting area. The staff is friendly. They staff comes around to pick up trash so no ugly over flowing dumpsters. The bathrooms are the best we have ever seen. Clean! All campgrounds should model their bathrooms after the ones at Old Mill Stream. Clean, new, heat and a/c. If you need things to do outside the campground there are plenty of restaurants, lots of shopping, Hershey Park isn't far. The Amish Village is a nice stop. We camped here this summer and we are looking forward to coming back in the fall. We have sent many campers here, from small travel trailers to the larger Air Streams, everyone has told us they loved this campground. Friends from Alabama have stayed at least twice when coming to this area.
This is a clean campground in a great location if you want to be near lots of activities. If you are looking for a secluded campground this is probably not for you.
We would highly recommend this campground. - User3758
Jun 2015 - $60.00
Showers/bathrooms were very clean and cleaned regularly. Showers were a good size and water pressure and temp were good. Grounds were pretty much clean, but weeds and grass needed to be cut. Price is a bit high for what you get and sites are close to each other. There was a boxelder bug infestation in and around our site and that was the big turnoff. I am still finding them on the outside of my camper. - acenorm
Apr 2015 - $50.00
We start our camping season here, usually in April. They are next to Dutch Wonderland. It is quiet and peaceful here with a small stream along the back. You can walk to the Tanger Outlets. The camp store is very small but the people are helpful and friendly. Level sites are gravel. On Saturdays an Amish man and wife come through selling baked goods from a pie cart!, - Winnebago Wanderers