Stayed here for a week and received Good Sam's discount (before 6/21 when high season kicks in). Not sure what the rates are during 'high' season. This is a nice, quiet campground, but no resort. Hosts seem eager to please by bending the pet rule and the pool access hours a little. The mosquitoes are large and blood-thirsty. Would stay here again.
We requested 50 Amp with water and sewer. Campground has only two 50 amp sites which are pull-throughs, in the middle of the campground, with no shade and only side-by-side hookups. Plenty long enough for our MH and tow but in the full sun. In addition to the daily base rate, there is an additional $3 per day fee if the AC compressor kicks on and an additional $1 per day amenities fee (don't know what this was for), plus prohibited from using your own washer/dryer as the septic is plastic and can't handle it. Campground location is central to lots of activities and hosts are friendly and knowledgeable. Lots of seasonals in the campground who love to mind your business. Campground is for adults only. Next time we'll look for alternative campgrounds in the area.
We arrived just after the Americade motorcycle rally cleared out. Campground staff was friendly and knowledgeable. We have 36 ft motorhome with tow and should have been advised to unhitch tow at the office. We had a nice size, shaded pull-through site. Be careful of the deep dips in the paved roads to the sites as they will jar everything loose. Also, the site was sand and the jacks sank pretty deep. WiFi hotspot is at office and not available at sites. Would stay here again.
We came here for a week, but are staying a few days longer. Beacon Hill Campground is centrally located for touring Amish country and lots of other activities. The owners are very friendly and helpful. When we had a problem with our awning they came over and helped fix it. Rates are $32 per night but $3 extra for 50 AMP service. WiFi signal is very strong, however there is a tree at our site that blocks the rooftop satellite dish on our MH. On regular TV we get Lancaster Channel 8 clear, but that's about all. The sites are small and staggered down the side of hill which means our picnic table is not level and we have a clear view of our neighbor's septic hose, but otherwise a wonderful park. They allow pets but NO children. Would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here as a stopover night on the way to our destination. The staff was very friendly. We were in a pull-thru site which was not very level and almost impossible to level the MH. Low hanging trees and lots of shade, so TV reception was poor. Campground was okay for a stopover with easy off/easy on the Interstate, but too pricey for a lengthy stay. We didn't use any of the amenities and only stayed one night.