Just a basic CG. On the plus side, it is right next to a recreational trail that runs from York to the MD line. Gravel roads and pads are in fair condition. And it is quiet. On the minus side, not much for services. Unattended registration (at least on Friday). Very wooded and Not suitable for a tall rig (too many low-hanging branches for my 12.5'). There are only a couple sites with 30A electric and those were filled by what appeared to be long-term campers. The rest of the electric was 20A NEMA 5-15 (household type) outlets. The sewer connections were unusual... coming out of the ground at a 45 degree angle (not sure how I would connect my 90 degree elbow to that). Needless to say, we did not stay there and because there was essentially no 30A service, we will not be returning. If you are tent or TT camping and looking for some quiet, this might be your place. We camped at Indian Rock Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Lovely small private campground. Currently sitting out under the awning listen to the crickets enjoying a glass of whiskey. Quiet and peaceful. Close to York and the sites. Right on the York Heritage Rail Trail...a must do if your into rail trails. Manager recommended riding into downtown York (4 miles) and going to the farmers market and have lunch at White Rose Bar and Grill....both excellent recommendations. Check out the Harley factory tour. Lots of wineries around here so tomorrow we'll be wetting our whistles. Staying here on site 22 with out 36ft pusher, plenty of room and height. 20 amp electric may be a downfall for the novice camper but if you know how to do it there is no problem. Running our rear AC with no issues. Beautiful scenery and peaceful spot...grab some ice cream at the dairy as well. We camped at Indian Rock Campground in a Motorhome.
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No fire ring at site but there is one 25 yards away. Nice don't have to listen to drunk neighbors til 2 amp sitting by a fire at my bedroom window.
We planned on staying here due to access to parks in York. However, after driving through decided to stay in Elizabethtown. The park has several old RVs (not sure if they are occupied). The restrooms are quite old (require security code to use), the connections are quite a distance from the sites. Wouldn't recommend this park. We camped at Indian Rock Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Be sure and bring exact cash for as many nights ($30 per night) as you plan to stay. It's self check in. Drop the money in an envelope and drop in the slot and pick a site-simple as that. I had to ask another camper for the code to the shower room. Showers are nice and clean. I only stayed 2 nights on my way to New England, but found it very peaceful and quiet. It was close to a nature trail which was beautiful, and convenient to the city of York, yet quiet and in a rural setting. I would definitely stay there again. Slept great! I found the 20 amp service adequate. We camped at Indian Rock Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $27.00
Quiet, nice, well kept campground. Friendly owner. Along rail-trail. We were introduced to this park when our Airstream chapter hosted a rally here and have been back several times since with friends; it has become a favorite get away for us. We can ride our bikes from our campsite right onto the rail-trail. 4 miles north we ride into the city of York for restaurants and farmers market. 7 miles south we ride to the Serenity Cafe, a perfect lunch spot right along the trail. The trail continues south into Maryland, an easy ride mostly along the creek, ride through RR tunnels, etc. We camped at Indian Rock Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We love this park. It is quiet, well run and a great place to relax. They don't have activities or a pool which is better for us, (older campers). It is run by a very nice gentlemen who goes out of his way to make sure all the campers are happy. We love it here!!! We camped at Indian Rock Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here overnighting while going on various factory tours in the York area. The campground is rather old and said that they could only accommodate vehicles up to 34'. We were able to comfortably fit our 31' trailer and suburban in the campsite we selected. There were a number of seasonals at the front of the campground. The entrance road and campground road were well graveled. The directions on their website for US-30 Eastbound from Gettysburg were clear, but the roads were narrow and twisty. The road wasn't bad going from the campground to I-83 though. Where we were, adjoining sites used the same electrical box which only had one 30-amp outlet. The gentleman who checked us in was nice and provided suggestions and ideas on areas to visit in York. The campground is fine for an overnight stay, but not a place we would go as a destination or to spend the weekend. We camped at Indian Rock Campground in a Travel Trailer.