26 Parks near Pequea, Pennsylvania
Jul 2015 - $28.00
This is place is a "residential RV camper park" - it is dirty, run down, ducks everywhere (and their droppings), the staff was not nice at all. There are many "permanent" sites that clearly people live in all year and they are deplorable. The swing sets were covered in rust and barely work, there is a bridge over the pond that is ready to sink any minute. Go anywhere else than this place. Not impressed, and will never return. - Lspajm
Jun 2016 - $46.00
We stayed with our Good Sam club membership for a couple of days. The registration was a breeze and the service was exemplary. The roads were gravel but kept up well. The pool was nice but not heated. The site was off-level by two inches. - Forrest Woods
May 2016 - $46.00
A nicely laid-out park with beautifully maintained lawns. The restrooms were spotless and the amenities plentiful. Several sites abutted directly onto an Amish field and we had the good fortune to arrive just as the farmer was raking his hay behind two beautiful horses. Really memorable and we would definitely return. - BP106
Dec 2015 - $41.00
Yup, we returned to Country Acres. It is a nice campground, close to Lancaster attractions, but this time we were in the area to help my sister move over the weekend.
The campground is the same as last time, clean, well maintained, nice sites that are fairly level. I reserved a W/E site, but they upgraded me to a full hook-up for free as the W/E sites were shut down for the year.
Campground is in very good condition, very clean and well kept, with very friendly staff. Site was level and had plenty of space, though sites further down the row were pretty close together. We are in the area often and will stay here again. - Cyclonic
Sep 2015 - $30.00
We stayed at Muddy Run for a weekend. It is close to the Buck in Lancaster County. It is easily accessible from Route 372. The roads within the park are tight and windy. Most sites are not level. At all. The sites are tight and difficult to back into. Many sites are very short. The water and electric connections are shared with other sites. You need extension cords to access connections. There are no sewer connections and no honeywagon service. The only options for emptying tanks are to have a portable container, to call a local service for $30, or to hook up and go to the dump station. We didn't understand why people would stay there for more than a few days. The bathrooms were not clean. You will get charged if you park your car in a neighboring site, even if the campground is empty. There is a large lake but swimming is prohibited. There is no pool. There was a nice nature trail. There is a restaurant on site where we had breakfast, which wasn't bad. - Lori and Larry
Aug 2015 - $27.00
The park is very spacious, with a large lake. Sites with electric & water are limited, so call ahead to see what is available. we stayed in site 57, but also like 120. ask how far connections are, they could be 60 to 70 ft. away because they are located to service a couple site. Other than that this a very nice park. Large grocery store about 10 min. away. About 30 min. to Lancaster. - vince/chestertown
Jun 2014 - $30.00
Built in the late 1960s, this is a very spacious campground with tight, short campsites. Big rigs can fit in an overflow area with electric and communal water. Water outlets in short supply, so bring several hoses - when we registered, the office told us how far we were from the nearest faucet, so we were ready. Campstore well stocked. Great place for biking, boating and hiking, as the park contains a 100-acre lake surrounded by 700 acres of wood and field areas. Has a boat launch with electric and rowboats available. The campground's snackbar serves excellent meals and ice cream at reasonable prices. Over the years, the campground has allowed more seasonal campers, some of which are either trashy or own dogs that bark incessantly. Further incentive to go hiking, biking or boating... - Lancaster Camper
Jul 2016 - $44.00
Tight campground in the heart of Amish Country. Kind caretakers who were helpful. The hosts provided me a site where I could back in my fifth wheel easily. Some sites might be tough to back in due to the set up of the campground, nonetheless; I can highly recommend due to the location and price. Intercourse is the perfect jumping off point to gain the "Amish" experience. - Tim101
Jun 2016 - $38.00
Stayed here two weeks in June 2016 and found it to be an excellent place from which to tour Lancaster County and surrounding areas. Reasonably close to places such as Longwood Gardens; even Philadelphia for a day trip is not out of the question depending upon your feelings about using a "home base" from which to tour. However, we mostly toured the Amish area. The campground was well-kept, service was excellent and the owners were very friendly and responsive. It is quiet; getting into certain spaces can be a bit tight. We would absolutely stay here again if in the area. - Edistobob
Apr 2016 - $42.00
We stayed here for one night on the way home from Washington DC. Very nice small campground with good access and within walking distance to the village of intercourse. The campground sits on a hill overlooking a working Amish farm across the road. The service was great, very nice people, reasonable rates, very clean facilities. We were sitting by the fire at dusk when the amish people passed by on their buggies not 20 feet away and gave you a nod, a smile, and a wave as they passed by.
We were in the upper section with our 31' motor home. There was some shade on our site. The sites were tight as stated in previous reviews but doable. I would most definitely recommend staying here if you're in the area and would stay here again if we were to return. - Banditoman60
Jul 2016 - $55.00
This is a very clean park. The facilities are some of the best we have seen. Heated in winter, a/c in summer.
The rates are high....although the campground is very well maintained and has excellent bathhouse/facilities and many of them. They don't offer anything...it's all about location. It's JUST a well maintained campground with a game room and a small playground. If you plan to go to Dutch Wonderland this is the place to camp. It's a 5 minute walk from the campground. The staff was friendly this year. We will stay here again...despite the high rates. - User3758
Jul 2016 - $55.00
This is a little gem hiding behind the Dutch Wonderland attraction. Dutch Wonderland and the park are now owned by an investment firm, but the campground has not suffered from it. FHU site was amazingly level. All utilities worked properly. Bath houses are tiled floor and walls. They were kept super clean. We only stayed over night, and we were well rested in the morning. - moderate camper
Jul 2016 - $55.00
We have stayed in this park many times over the last 10 years and it is still one of our favorites. The location is great for visiting Lancaster and the surrounding areas. The faculties are clean and the staff friendly. The WiFi worked well, but the TV had a little interference.
The entrance to the park has changed. You now enter thru Dutch Wonderland. The access road is OK, with several sweeping turn, but you can negotiate it with your toad connected. Stay in the right lane to enter the campground. I am sure this is for safety reasons as getting out onto Route 30 can be challenging due to the high amount of traffic.
I didn't rate the park as high as I have previously for the following reasons: Rates have continued to climb, while some services have eroded, such as: now having to take your garbage to a dumpster rather than curbside pickup. This requires all campers to negotiate thru the park with kids on the streets-very unsafe. Also, getting into the park when east bound on Route 30 is challenging due to the short left turn green arrow. Getting out of the park you have to got thru the parking lot and stop at a crosswalk with many people trying to cross to enter the theme park. When you finally get to the stop light it's posted "No Turn on Red," which doesn't make sense as the lanes are wide open when traffic is entering the park on left arrow off of Route 30. Overall, the traffic pattern doesn't seem well thought out. - Darrshe
May 2016 - $30.00
Although the staff was courteous and helpful, and we appreciated the escort to our site, the campground itself was a disappointment. A dilapidated permanent park model was the first thing we saw on our way in. The sewer hookup at our site appeared to be missing a piece that would have allowed our connection to be screwed in, so we had to hold our hose in place with several large rocks that were "handily" placed next to it. The site was very steep and we were unable to ever get the trailer level. Once we were settled in, we were startled the next morning by the sound of gunfire, which was from a private gun club that sounded very close to us. Adding to the noise was the fact that directly adjacent to our site several pieces of construction equipment were being used to clear a site for more trailers. Also, there was a constant low hum from the interstate highway directly below us, which by itself, would not have been too much of a bother. Had we not intended to spend most of the days with local friends, we would have left after the first night. In addition, although it was advertised as a gated community, the gate was up two of the three days we stayed. Despite the friendliness of the staff, we would not stay there again. Note to Garmin GPS users- our Garmin directed us PAST Exit 266 (Lancaster-Lebanon) as we came from the east on I-76W/PA Turnpike and onto a nearby unmarked access road. This road would have led directly into the campground but for the fact that it is for emergency vehicles only and is chained off. The next exit is seventeen miles (and seventeen miles back) to take exit 266- and to pay the toll twice! - Momcat49
Apr 2016 - $35.00
As some have said before the showers are very tight. Sites were good but you do get noise from the Pa Turnpike and the gun range next door. Staff very helpful and see they are adding new sites behind the store, looks to be all pull-through. - DBLR
Oct 2015 - $24.00
We stayed at this campground for a month while manning booths at the Hershey PA RV Show and holding an advanced RV Inspector training class at this facility. The staff and management were very accommodating! The maintenance guys were also very helpful!
The sites are mostly level, electrical service was fine, sewer service was located appropriately and had no issues with it, and water was okay, but pressure could be low depending on the time of day. They are on a well system. If you want a good shower just have water in your tank and give the pressure a boost with your water tank's pump.
There is significant noise from the tollway which is adjacent to the park. Not too big a deal but bring ear plugs if you are a light sleeper. It least it's not train whistles!
Also, there is a gun club next door that you will hear. Starting at 9 AM and continuing towards evening there may be periodic gunfire.
There is plenty of room to navigate this park as long as others there do not have their vehicles parked on the road. Most of the time you will be escorted to your site so there is assistance in getting you parked. - Howard Jaros
354 Springville Road New Holland, Pennsylvania 17557 (map) | (717) 354-7926
Sites: 85 | Latest Rate: $63.00 | 63 Reviews
Jun 2016 - $63.00
Though now listed as a KOA, they continue to be an outstanding CG. Yes - rules etc but that is one of the items I like. Now as a KOA - prices are up and kids are showing up even without a pool. Will always continue to come back and enjoy the cycle riding and the view. Lower level great views, roads paved, wide spaces. - Novatz
Jun 2016 - $75.00
This is a very simple campground. No store, game room, pool, etc. They have a very small playground and a small dog park. And the rules here are very restrictive and strict. But the result is complete quiet and peacefulness. We had an executive site overlooking the valley, and it was a wonderful view. The staff were friendly enough, and Bob was especially helpful and outgoing. The place was spotlessly clean and very nicely laid out. The wifi was adequate, so they must have improved it based on prior reviews. Using it right now to write this review. So basically if you follow the rules, you are rewarded with a nice peaceful stay. We traveled with our 14 year old son, and he loved it too. There are a ton of things to do within a half hour of the campground as well. The Strasbourg Railroad was particularly cool, as well as the Rairoad Museum across the street. We will be back here. - Brad K
Jun 2016 - $50.00
This KOA is more or less a transient park, ok for a night or two while visiting Lancaster. This particular KOA does not have a camp store for small odds and ends or minor needed items. There is no Swimming Pool or Game room for older kids or adults. Small playground for kids. Some, be of the Wooded sites can be challenging backing into but the Camp host will assist if needed. The Wooded sites have no access for Sat. TV, but they do have Cable. The wooded sites are nice size with space between sites, the "Open space" sites are a bit closer together. - md_procouple
Jun 2016 - $40.00
We stayed with a family group. Family said the bathrooms should be rebuilt. Water was shut off Sunday afternoon. I think they were repairing the system. Very nice clean pool. New owners, just arrived one month ago. Nice people. I would give them a chance to work on the improvements before I passed judgement. Wifi spotty at camp edge, but otherwise good. Playground. Activities. Remote and scenic. Farms and farm odors nearby. Creek is too shallow for boating or fishing, but the have a nice large pond for kayaks or fishing. - Denial Guru
Apr 2015 - $40.00
Here in off season, park was not crowded, We had lots of space. The sights along the creek are nice but very close together. - doghouse traveler
Jul 2014 - $36.00
Lots to do for the kids. Nice people. Sites can get a little flooded if it rains but it dries pretty quickly. Sites are a good size. we would stay here again. - Lillylil
Jul 2016 - $78.00
We stay at Spring Gulch with friends every year for a long weekend. The sites are classified as "Elite" although I can't imagine why, they are just gravel covered sites with an unremarkable picnic table. The staff is friendly and very helpful. The heavy tree cover helps keep the area cool, but prevents satellite TV reception. We always bring the golf cart, because it's long, long distance to the office. The campground is convenient to all the local tourist attractions. - WMSmith
Jun 2016 - $52.00
The park was very nice and clean. It has two swimming pools, tennis court playground and beautiful spots in the woods. I would recommend this camp ground anytime. - seibertman
Apr 2016 - $19.00
Great really large sites, good hook-ups. No TV and WiFi extra charge. Great staff. Only issue is you have to go up a steep mountain to the sites. - morgan10
Aug 2015 - $54.00
Small family campground. If you make a reservation by phone, you may choose your site and if it's available you get it. Friendly staff, clean restrooms. I had trouble with the cable, and someone came within minutes to help. Pool has many lounges but only one umbrella, so if you like the sun, you're good. Many sites along creek. One area for large RV's is basically in the center of parking lot. Most other sites are under shade trees. One thing to beware of is that next door there is a farm and a few times while there we got the odors of what a farm smells like. I may also depend where your site is, so do your research carefully. On the weekend, you can expect an Amish family to come by with a cart of handmade items for sale. Close to many of Lancaster County's things to do. For me this was a 10 because of our needs. But I try to tell it like it is so that others can decide for themselves. - CapeGreen
Apr 2015 - $53.00
We have been coming here for the past 14 years. The owners are great and the seasonal workers are very pleasant. Plan on staying here a couple of days because there is so much to do. Everything is within a short ride from the campground. They also have a beautiful pool, cabins, a large campground store and is pet friendly. It's great, we love it. - frank kattner
Oct 2014 - $41.00
We decided on a trip to Lancaster in October and this was the only park I could find 4 weeks out with availability. It was our first - and will be our last - visit here. We were in the electric/water only area. This park is like so many other older parks that were designed for 20-25' rigs. Sites are small and crammed in. They even have sites set up in what looks like used to be a large parking lot. Our site (80) had no pad and upon arrival was soggy with water, but it did dry up. Four times on Saturday we lost electric briefly. Once someone else set up on the site behind us, our water pressure dropped to a trickle. The campers on the street behind us had piled up 4 fire rings and literally had a huge bonfire going. The staff, while friendly enough, didn't seem to care. Come 11 PM campers did quiet down and respect the quiet hours. There are a few seasonals there, who fortunately didn't show up for the weekend. We won't go back. - HFW