Pros: Location. We were there visiting with friends who have a house in the area. Clean and quiet. The sites were long enough (just) but we could fit the truck next to the trailer since it was wide. Grass and gravel sites. Slow or non existent Wi-Fi. Cell service fine. Utilities were OK (we only hooked up our water and electric). We found out the sewer connection was stuck on departure. They had a guy come out to fix it. But we decided not to dump the tanks after all. Cons: Windy roads inside the campground. But we were able to get around. No dog run, but there is a big grassy field. Can't say much else about it since most of the day we were visiting our friends. I think I would go back. People who we did meet were very friendly. Good location. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Fifth Wheel.
Cleanest bathrooms I have ever seen camping, cleaner than some people's homes! Lots of trees/shade, roomy sites with picnic tables like new and freshly emptied fire pits. Lots of camp goodies/gear in the store plus a little ice cream shop that was delicious! Drinking allowed at campsites only. Pool locked at all times, must ask staff to enter. Playground was old fashioned see-saw, swings and merry-go-round, but very well kept, with a fresh coat of paint. Children under 6 must be supervised at all times at camp site, in restrooms, in store, at pool and playground. Very quiet, well run facility. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Motorhome.
Sites seemed to be on the small side, and the ones in the area we were in weren't very level. Most sites are shaded. The escort to our site was unexpected and greatly appreciated, as there are some very sharp turns and the escort showed us the best path to take through them. Overall, campground was well maintained. Campground owners and employees were all very friendly - we had a lot of fun kidding around with them. As others have mentioned, the campground was very quiet and peaceful, even though our site was very close to most of the activities. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Motorhome.
Initially we had a small problem finding the park. Either I misread the on-line map or it really was backwards. Anyway. QUIET! Absolutely the quietest park we've ever been to. Some kids around, but no noise. Amazing. Clean, well maintained. Both the staff and the seasonals. were very friendly. An older park, built on a hillside. Yes, the roads inside the CG are kind of narrow, but we had no problem. We HAD problems with leveling, had to ask for a site change, (no problem) but all worked out OK. Electric (50AMP) was OK, water was OK and cable had 74 channels! Nice pool, too. We only stayed 2 days, but will be back. Hopefully next summer for a month. We liked it that much. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Motorhome.
Nice quiet park. With it being fourth of July weekend, we thought it would be very crowded, but it was not at all. The entire campground was well kept. Very clean pool, grounds, bathrooms, and showers. We had a nice shady back in site which had a rock wall in back of us. When sitting at the campfire, it felt nice and secluded. Staff is very nice and the other campers were very nice as well. The only thing that would make it better is if it was sitting on a lake or some other body of water. However...this was perfect for us. Will visit again for sure. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Travel Trailer.
Park was clean and well landscaped. Shopping close by. Our 40 foot RV did fit in pull through, but it was tough to get in there and get level. The space was in the front of the park but you have to drive through most of the park to get to it which includes lots of trees, tight turns and rocks sticking out. Office not clearly marked. Large sections of the park are permanent residents. Overpriced for what you get. Just stayed one night and moved on. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice campground. The passcode card is a nice touch to come and go when you want. The staff is very polite and helpful. We stayed with a wagon train and we got a pull through site with our pop-up. The pool clean a well kept. There is lots to do in the area and it has some interesting site for explorers on foot. If you are in a pop-up I recommend not getting a pull through site. The pop-up sites and tent sites offer you more privacy and are great! All in all we had an awesome time and this was our second visit here. Our first was in a tent. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Tent Trailer.
Campground and sites were very clean. Site was large and level. No complaints regarding electric, water, sewerage and TV cable. Very quiet with few campers while we were here. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $39.00
Great campground! Have stayed here several times on our way down south to Texas. Staff and owners are friendly, helpful and respectful. Park is clean, quiet and well maintained. Will stay here again. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean and quiet campground. Mostly seasonal campers. No pre-planned activities for children or adults. However they have a nice pool, play ground, ball field and horseshoes. Camp store was well stocked and had firewood available. The place just needs a little fun. We will camp here again as it's close to home. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Travel Trailer.
The money hungry attitude of the owners ruined our stay. We paid to stay for a month, but left 10 days early as we were miserable being unable to even bring a grandchild on the property to spend the night without paying the $8 fee. And the grandchild was not using any of the facilities arriving after 10pm and leaving before 8am. After talking to the owner who also informed us when we could and could not enter with the child we decided that if was not worth staying there any longer. Take your purse if you plan on going there. Money hungry owners! We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Motorhome.
Very tightly run campground, but is 98% long-term residents here. We were the only transient camper here during 3 night stay. If you want very strict regulations, this is your place. It worked out ok for us, but I didn't stay at the CG very much either. The campground is not well marked off any road; we had to call to get exact directions. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Motorhome.
The campground is very neat and clean. The restrooms are immaculate in their cleanliness. Those are the pluses for this campground. The negatives is there is nothing to do here. There is nothing for the kids to do they have no game room and they have one planned activity for the entire weekend. The only activity that they had was Bingo on a Saturday night and they almost didn't have that because they didn't think they would have enough people. There are amusement parks such as Camelbeach and Shawnee Mountain in the area but we feel when you're paying $48 a night to camp you should at least have activities for the kids to do. This was the first and the last time we will stay at this campground. The reason we gave this campground even a five was for it's cleanliness. If you are looking for a place with peace and quiet and nothing to do but sit at the fire and watch TV this is the campground for you! If not then we'd advise you to look into other campgrounds in the area. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Motorhome.
This park was well-maintained by the owners. Quite a few seasonals, but unlike some rundown units that we've seen, there was pride of ownership here. Nice pool, large ball field, small rec area and planned activities. Camelback Beach Area was about 15 minutes away. Huge outlet mall within 5 minute drive. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Not a huge RV park, but adequate. Only drawback was a 50 mile drive (one way) to Bushkill Falls. Would stay here again if I didn't want to visit the falls. We camped at Four Seasons Campgrounds in a Travel Trailer.