This place is so pretty, wooded and green and right on the Delaware River, that we wished we could have stayed longer than the five days we did. Nice and helpful staff. The only downsides were lack of sewer hookup (typical for that area - they have a drain service) and grass-on-clay sites. After a rain, the site became so slippery that our 2WD truck got stuck and we had to be towed out. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $52.00
We love it here! Have been coming here since I was younger and have seen it through its many upgrades and improvements. The staff has always been friendly and attentive. They are very strict as far as their 'quiet hours' are concerned. The only problem we have is that we have a very large camping group (8 families) and cannot make reservations for all of them. They only allow reservations for 4 families in a group. The pool area is large and well maintained, and the wading pool is perfect for the little ones. There is always something to do...volley ball, softball, playground, dances, over sized checker/s chess, bake sales, canoeing, tubing, bike riding, and lots to do in the area! The ENORMOUS shady spots are an added bonus. We haven't found another campground with sites as large. The riverbank sites offer a beautiful view as well! I would highly recommend this campground!! We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $55.00
Nice looking campground from the gate but since we went there to look at it on out BMW motorcycle we weren't even allowed to walk through to look at sites as motorcycles aren't even allowed in their parking lot much less allowed to be brought in as a mode of transportation. You have to navigate their web site carefully to see their "NO MOTORCYCLE" policy. If you don't notice it and book a site then show up with your bike you'll be asked to leave. We travel in a Class A toy Hauler and do not pull a car so the MC is how we get around. Fortunately there are many nice campgrounds along the Delaware to choose from. Aside from this the park seemed well situated along the Delaware. The campground map details many river front sites and canoeing. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $50.00
Very nice, very clean. Awesome huge spots by the river. Staff was accommodating and there when you needed them. Only issue is with reservations. They will NOT allow you to pick a certain spot, only allowed to request a "generalized area". Only campground I have ever seen do this. But still, I would go back. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $60.00
We really loved this campground. It is a super spot for kids. They have planned activities, pool volleyball, drifting down the river on tubes, dances, a great store, ice-cream making, etc. Everyone was super friendly, and our kids made friends here very quickly and wanted to stay longer. We had a medical emergency and they were very helpful. The sites are very far apart, shaded and well-groomed. The bathrooms are very clean. There is a lot to do in the area, and it is very beautiful. I would recommend this for any family with kids, and my own are really keen to go back. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $46.00
Although the campground has a great location and has kids activities, I probably will not return as the staff never smiled and spent most of the time harassing the adults about noise, speed limits, where to park bikes and charging for everything including the kids. Unless you don't mind a campground charging you for kids, and plan on going to bed by 10:30, don't bother going. But for those who do, this place will suit you fine. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Travel Trailer.
This was by far our favorite campground so far. Restrooms and showers were modern and well-maintained, although after the Saturday night rush were in need of cleaning. The Delaware River ran right next to the campground with a wide offshoot of it available for tube rides. There was a huge outdoor chess and checkers board that my kids loved. There was a barn dance with a DJ on Saturday night. Our spot was right near the seasonals section but all were tasteful and well-maintained, and our spot was very large and easy to pull into. The pool was very nice with a wading pool right next to it. There was also a large modern playground and a softball field. Security to get into the campground was very tight, and, I was told by one of the seasonals, 'riff-raff' are not tolerated. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Tent Trailer.
We liked this park better than we expected to. Sites, especially the back-ins along the river, are huge (50 feet wide and very long as well); some are heavily shaded, which was much appreciated in hot, muggy weather. Beautiful view of the Delaware River, quiet country surroundings (not even much road noise), friendly and helpful owners and staff. No sewer hookups, and the dump station can be interesting to get into and out of for a big rig, but there is a honey wagon service available if needed. Busy on weekends, lots of families and plenty of folks going on canoe, kayak or tubing trips down the river. Beautiful place, and very peaceful during the week. We would definitely stay again. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Travel Trailer.
This was the nicest campground my family has ever been to. We stayed at a riverbank site. We went in mid-May, opening weekend for the campground. Everything was perfect. The staff was really nice and the bath houses were really clean. They do close them at an odd time in the morning, but the girl cleaning the bath house was nice enough to let my daughter use the bathroom instead of telling her to go to the other bathhouse. The one by the riverbank sites was newer and very nice, the other one was also nice, but not quite as updated. The playground equipment was nice. The pool was not opened yet so I cannot give a review on it, but it looked nice. There is a large chess/checkers game that our family played with the one day. You can rent canoes/kayaks/rafts at the campground and they will transport you up or down river. We did not rent them because we have a baby, but look forward to one day doing so. The only thing I would change about this campground is that you cannot choose your site. You can suggest one, but they will not guarantee that it is yours. If you choose a riverbank site, however, you will get one, you just cannot pick that one you want. Overall, this was a beautiful campground and we will be returning someday... probably in the summer sometime. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $46.00
Friendly Staff. Clean Bathrooms and showers. Large sites along the river. Store is average and not noteworthy. Kids are easily entertained along the riverbank. I'll be back in the summer. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Tent Trailer.
The children and adults enjoyed this campground, especially the site near the river. We went tubing and had fun at the pool. The only drawback was the required length of stay; that may hinder future visits. But it's easy to get to and the tubing is a plus. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very clean campground. When we arrived our fire pit was full of leaves. We went to the front desk, and within minutes someone was there to clean it out. They are very attentive to campers needs. The camp store was very well stocked. They do charge you $2.00/day if you are going to use your fan or a/c at your site. They also charge for children and guests. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $60.00
This is a really nice, open campground with nice large grassy sites. The only thing that we do not like is they charge for everything - kids, heat, air, visitors, etc. and other than scenery, they do not offer much. There are almost no activities for the kids, no bingo, no ceramics, etc. Pool is nice and the river is great for tubing or just wading. We camped at Driftstone on the Delaware in a Fifth Wheel.