As everyone has said previously, access roads deplorable, campground roads deplorable. Long way from town or any shopping. Campsites are large, had full hookups. There are many permanent campers. Office, lake, and putt putt area, laundry, etc. are quite a distance from the campsites. No cable, VERY spotty over the air TV, could not connect to Wi-Fi at site. Camped here with a tow vehicle. Camped in 49 states, this is one of the worst. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Definitely shop and get groceries before coming into this park. You will not want to drive in and out on the park or access roads unless you have to.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $19.00
Rate is Passport, tax included. Road incoming is rough, but I believe is a public road, and not subject to park maintenance. Roadways in park are narrow with close-by trees. I'd hate to come in here after dark. Men's toilet room filthy. Our pull thru site required unhooking, it was so out of level. On departure, it will require backing out as roadway in front is so elevated (in relation to site), I'm afraid bed will hit overhang of the RV. So we'll take a round-about-way out. We would not come back as there are better alternatives. Walmart for example. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $21.00
The rate Reflects Pass Port America; I would not pay full price for this place. Very very disappointing, as other reviews have mentioned the road coming in was unbelievably bad, pretty hard on my coach and car. At first the park looked real nice and then when I checked in and saw the camping area it was a disaster. The sites are not level at all, as a matter a fact using my leveling system I had both front wheels about 4-6 inches off the ground. They do have a pool but it is far away from the sites, some rest rooms were fair others I did not want to go into for fear of what it was. The Wifi is useless and there are not sites that would allow my dish to work at least that what I was advised by the staff, it seemed like my asking about dish working was a bother to the staff, they were not a help at all, it looked like there were sites that would have worked with the dish and there was not anyone camping on them all while we were there. I would avoid this place at all cost, In the future I will take to heart the reviews. We WILL NOT return to this place. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Motorhome.
Passport Rate for the stay. Road going in is Very rough for the last 1/2-3/4 miles. Park roads are dusty, twisty, and narrow in spots. Park claims Wi-Fi but I could never get connected to it. Our site was heavily wooded so no satellite. Off-air TV was spotty. Don't know how others missed the pool, but it is there and fully functional. Folks here are very proud that they switched it to salt water to be more environmentally friendly. Same with the new laundry facilities. Lake is nice and clean and our dog took full advantage of it. Lots of seasonals and lots of semi-locals on the weekends. Many golf carts driven by all ages at all hours. We had a teenagers gathering at the pavilion next to our site at 1 AM Sat. night. Much longer and I would have called security. Overall, facilities are adequate and park is probably more likable when it is less full. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $21.00
Rate is FHU with Passport Amer. The main entrance road (Lake Road) is pretty rough. There is no way I would attempt coming in through the town of Vesuvius. Very tough hills and tight turns. The campground has a pool but it looks non-functional. They have a nice sandy beach for swimming at the lake. The water was very clean. There are lakeside sites and near-Lake side sites that rate from very good to average. However, there are a lot of old, run-down permanent rigs on most of the other sites. Too bad they don't make the owners clean up their sites. It makes the whole campground look shabby. Laundry room, Rec room and store was excellent. Mini-golf was worthless. Fishing was wonderful since you can walk all around the lake safely. Streams running through the campground were nice too. Staff is friendly and helpful. The status of the bath houses are a mystery to me. Some are very very very old! Some look brand new but not functional. I would come here again but only because I know what sites to ask for next time. The one we were give was pretty good. I would hate to show up on a busy weekend and get stuck back with the junk. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $21.00
The rate quoted is PA. I do not understand why this is called a resort. I never saw a swimming pool, only a lake. It's a winding way off the interstates that would be difficult if not impossible to find at night. Turning onto Lake Rd to access the park, the road is wide enough but paved only in the middle with dirt and gravel on either side. No foliage to scratch the camper but NOT a campground we would have stayed at if we had seen it in advance. There are only 2 bathhouses for nearly 200 spots. Some of the access roads are dirt and most of the spots are Very unlevel. A travel trailer or 5th wheel with lots of leveling devices might make out OK. We never got level so our refrigerator did not run right and we could not open pocket doors. The staff was very nice and this could be an excellent campground but it is not for a motor home over 30 feet and/or with a toad. We would never stay here again. So, campers beware. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Motorhome.
Call park before you go and get directions. GPS will take you through small town and narrow roads. Road into park is pitted with potholes as well as road to your site. Laundry room was nice and clean with new w/d. We used Coast to Coast points and stayed 4 nights. It was located for easy access to points of interest. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $25.00
With relatively new owners who are doing their best to clean up this formerly dilapidated park, this place has a lot of potential. The scenery is nice and it's really pleasant most of the time. We arrived in time to catch the park's annual haunted house event, which was really a lot of fun and free to campers. Now, if I wanted to nitpick about the park itself, I would say that: 1) There are a lot of long-term residents who really need to clean up their surroundings. 2) The campground can fit larger rigs but there are tight turns, lots of low trees and really poorly designed hookup locations. Our sewer hose barely reached the connector and our overall length is only 26'. 3) The gravel on each site is a real PITA, we had to use 4wd to get enough traction to park. The one thing that really got me down on Stoney Creek was the non-stop leaf blowing and burn piles that went on the entire week we were here. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $50.00
The road into this park off the main road, which is about 1 mile long, is the worst campground approach road I've ever driven on. It's full of pot holes, broken pavement, uneven surfaces and dirt. If you value your springs, shocks, tires and axles, you will not like this road. Check in was easy and quick. The clerk was friendly and helpful. All interior roads in the park are dirt. The park is large, with large sites, and is on a very nice lake. It's heavily wooded and since it was fall, the leaves were beautiful. Our site was very long and wide on the lake. It was easy to back into. This park has lots of amenities and, if it were properly maintained, has a lot to offer. Unfortunately, the maintenance was very poor. For instance, around our site, there was loose garbage, an old broken up deck, and two discarded outdoor carpets left behind by previous tenants. A neighbor told me that she had complained about the carpets but no one had cleaned them up. There were several junk cars at adjoining sites. Most every site, including ours, was covered in weeds and some type of wood fibrous shrub growing out of the site parking. This is unfortunate has the park has a great deal of potential. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Motorhome.
Campground is an OK place to stay for a day or two. It seems that it is more or less geared to permanent sites, complete with "additional sheds and building or tents" on site. We arrived on a Thurs. and requested a lakeside spot. Was informed non were available. We went to our assigned spot set up and low and behold there were spots available. The "Store" was a bit sparse unless you need beer. Those refrigerators were fully stocked. The rest were bare minimum. We will not be returning. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Travel Trailer.
The pool is very small. There are lots of people with loud radios here. Lots of places were very rundown and it looks like people live here full time. Many different kinds of structures up on campsites: fences, outbuildings, etc. Lots of improvement needed. We stayed here as Coast to Coast Members and although it was ok, we would expect our membership to provide for a nicer environment. Just couldn't take the junky sites with falling about campers, junk all around, all kinds of pet fencing, etc. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Motorhome.
Be aware that this campground is WAY off the highway, over narrow, terribly maintained County Roads. We stayed here on Coast-to-Coast points. Interior roads are rough dirt/gravel and there is gated security. The back-in space was level and fairly large, but the surface was muddy and stuck badly to your shoes and to the dog's feet. Most sites are used by seasonal campers and the place was very noisy on a Friday evening (until late). This is too far off of the road for an overnight and we probably will not stay here again. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
It looks like there is some renovation going on, on the small bridges in the park. This place has potential, but needs a lot of work. As others have said the road into the park is a disaster, and the roads inside the park are not much better. The 50 amp service was good. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Motorhome.
The sites near the lake are all permanent, leased to road pavers for the season. Most of the other sites seemed to be seasonal,too. Not a very quiet place and the access road into the park is horrid! The management is working on upgrading the park and assured me that they would be attending to the roads as soon as they finished upgrading the electricity. Management was friendly and helpful. This park is quite a piece from the highway so it might be better for a longer stay than just one night, which was what we did. There is no cable, but there is a weak, but usable over-the-air signal for TV. Wi-Fi was okay. There was a decent Verizon 3G signal. We stayed under Passport America. We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Motorhome.
Our rate is for Passport America, regular rate $44. Don't think I would pay that anytime. Experience similar to others. I agree, "RESORT" is a vague term sometimes used VERY loosely. Tends to imply high-end, luxury, etc., and that is not the case here. Road in is pretty rough, but it is a county road, and of course, the county / government doesn't care a thing about a tax-paying campground business trying to make it. Stoney Creek "resort" is on a very pretty (but small) lake and there are lots of playgrounds, pool, kiddie-golf, and other activities for kids. Lots of kids on bikes here! So obviously it's a great place for families. We did see long term campers, all pretty neat spots, and we've no problem with that. The lake-front spaces were all full while we were here, don't know it they are long-term or not. Only real problem we had was our first site wasn't level and was too tight for awning due to trees. (Not a bad thing!) So the office girl (really, really, sweet), let us move to an adjoining site. After that we had no problems. They are making improvements here: some new water spigots and new electrical boxes. They were also building a new bathhouse. Pretty nice place, if you have kids. Check their schedule for special events though. This coming weekend there is a motorcycle rally here. We're fine with that (former Harley riders ourselves) and will love it, but you, the wife and kids maybe not so much! We camped at Stoney Creek Resort in a Motorhome.