2 Parks near Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Aug 2015 - $58.00
If you're a Thousand Trails member, and have kids, and can put up with the ruts in the roads, you will find lots of stuff to keep you and the kids occupied.
If you're just a traveler looking for a place to park while visiting the area, this one's not for you. The highest price in the area, plus a resort fee, and WiFi is $5.95 per day per device. Cable costs also. Drive very slowly to avoid the ruts (on every road, once you're in the park). - ta96silver
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
May 2016 - $50.00
Really nice park, well maintained and convenient for the many attractions in area. Sites are level, some shaded, Wi-Fi worked well, good signal on our Verizon cell phone. Bathrooms and showers were clean. The entrance (which is thru the Dutch Wonderland amusement park) was being reworked when we were there and had two very tight turns for larger vehicles. Had we known how tight, we would have disconnected before we wound our way thru the (otherwise) empty amusement park parking lot. We will stay there again when we are in the area. - Mom_of_Two
Nov 2015 - $30.00
This is a nice park that sits back off the road. The site was on the hillside making it difficult getting into but the utilities worked well. It's convenient location is close to the outlet stores and attractions but is quiet and feels safe. I would stay again when in the area. - Tammy7
Oct 2015 - $55.00
We camped here for two nights on a weekend. Oct 24 and 25, we were lucky to get a site, as the park was full. The staff is very friendly. The park is well maintained and if far enough off the main road that it is very quiet. It is also very accessible to the Amish area, Smokestack and Intercourse. We have a 43' motor home we were not able to get level without lifting the front wheels off the ground, which we would not. The sites are small and the WiFi did not work very well at all. It is heavily treed which makes it almost impossible to receive satellite TV.
Like I said we were happy to get a walk-in site at this location. They do not offer any FMCA or Good Sam or AAA discounts. I would call for a reservation just to make sure there is space available. - Camping USA