Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $35.00
CG roads are gravel and are muddy if it has rained. Many trees so it's not Sat friendly. This CG does not have Cable TV as listed on rvparkreviews.com. They have not converted to digital, so if you want Catv you must notify the cable co for a box. I'm not sure if you are charged for the box, or if they would even provide for one night. The turn to exit going south on I-81 is a bit tight. We probably will use another CG in the future. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Fifth Wheel.
If you have alternatives in this area DO NOT choose this campground. To be fair, the staff are extremely helpful, and the showers and restrooms are very clean. That being said, we were shown to a site that was very, very testy to get a 40' motorhome into. The site we were given did not have sewer and they don't have a dump station. When I asked the gentleman that showed us to the site, he stated that all the full-timers had taken all the full-hookup sites and they had no dump station. He said there was someone that comes on Tuesday's that will drain your tanks, but didn't say whether there was an extra charge for that. This campground is a collage of multi-level campsites fitted together with little thought to easy in easy out. Definitely will not stay here again. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $34.00
For one night I guess it's OK, but make sure you are the first to get in their pull-through, because they're double sites and if you're the second in you'll have to back up to get out early. Easy in from I-81. The sites aren't really leveled, they're graveled. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $37.00
We stayed here a couple years ago and did not give it a good review at that time. This review will be no different. After waiting for about 10 minutes for the manager to stop talking to his friends we were finally waited on. We received no receipt, no site map, no cable listing. Since we paid cash one might wonder about the transaction. It is not a satellite friendly park. Cable was a different setup. Lots of trees and tight sites. We had some U-haul trucks that made leaving more difficult than it. I think it may have changed owners. I'm pretty sure this was our last time here. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $35.00
This park is reasonably close to the Interstate but requires a double back in the other direction when leaving. In other words, you end up wasting time going the wrong way just to get started in the morning. Sadly, there is also significant road noise from the local road and sounds of hunters all day which makes this anything but a relaxing place to stay. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $38.00
Called ahead to make a reservation in their new area. Was told they weren't needed, just come in. There was only 1 spot left when we showed up. We were in the new area. Open field, gravel spots. Full hookups. They are close to level but not really. One front tire almost off the ground. Would hate to be in this spot when it rains, as the gravel was getting real thin in areas with only dirt showing. No Wi-Fi signal in this area but real good cable. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $39.00
No sites with sewer connection available in the green and shady part of the park, so camped in one of the pull-throughs down by Hwy 11, as we had a backlog of laundry to catch up on. Lots of road noise. One big gravel “parking lot” with 8 pull through sites. Easy satellite connection and cable TV worked well. Wi-Fi is free via a third party provider, which is good because the service wasn't worth a dime. Hardly worked at all. Constantly dropping the signal. More aggravating than useful. Would look elsewhere next time. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
Good Sam rate. Basically a pleasant campground. The upper sites are drive through but limited. Lower campground is very tight and sites are crammed together nose to tailgate. When it rains the lower campground is really muddy and nasty. Cable TV is good, lots of channels, phone signal & Wi-Fi terrible. Campground host escorted us to the site. Gravel pit across the highway with dump trucks coming and going all day long but not into the night. Civil War battlefields and historic sites are easily accessed from the campground. There apparently isn't a curfew and vehicles also drive thru on the way to the storage facility on the edge of the upper part of the campgroudd at all hours. Overall, if you can get a site in the upper level campground it isn't too bad and we would return. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
Nice park for an overnight stop. It is near I-81 and near Hagerstown and Martinsburg. Park is divided into two parts. The main section is hilly and has many trees. The other section is down the road a little bit and is made up of 8 pull-through spaces that are out in the open. We stayed in these pull-through sites so we could use our satellite (they do have cable). Site was nothing special and had significant road noise, which also impacts the main section of the park. The road is very busy. Sites and roads are gravel with grass in between. Our site was level, long and had adequate space between the next site. Wi-Fi is free, but we were not able to use it in the section we were in, so I cannot tell you if the speed is good. We just needed a spot to stop for a couple of nights and this fit the bill, otherwise it is nothing special. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Fifth Wheel.
Great overnight stop close to interstate. Long, level pull through. Clean restrooms. Nice shade by the creek. Good power, water, and Wi-Fi. Very friendly owners. We would stay again We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Motorhome.
This is the perfect place for visiting Hagerstown, MD for us. No frills. No pool, no playground just good spaces to stay for awhile. Also, a decent price with lots of pull thrus. Owners were very friendly and helpful. All the utilities worked well and getting in and out was easy. We would definitely stay here again. Best campground in the Hagerstown area. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Motorhome.
Conveniently located for an overnight stop. The pull-through sites stacked up behind each other, though, so getting there first would be important if you wanted to leave early. The attendant was busy with yard work and left us feeling a little less than welcome, like we were imposing. We had stayed here several years ago, when the atmosphere was friendly and inviting: don't know if we would again. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $35.00
Falling Waters is a good overnight stop, and would even be good for a few days of R&R. We were escorted to our site by the friendly staff, and the hook ups were convenient and easy to reach. The sites pull-through sites are two sites in line, and if you're in the rear site, getting out may be difficult until the front site occupant leaves. We mentioned we would be leaving early in the morning, so they made sure we had a front site. The free Wi-Fi was pretty good, but the Verizon cell signal was roaming at 1x speeds, even with our external antenna connected. We will stop here again. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Motorhome.
A very pleasant surprise for an overnight. Nice shade down by the creek. 50 amp and water was requested and worked fine. Our pull through site was a piggy back with another RV, but they assured us they were leaving very early. We get some channels on the antenna, and they have cable TV, but it requires a special adapter, which we declined. Easy in and easy out. We would stop here again for overnight. We camped at Falling Waters Campsite in a Motorhome.