Good for overnight: easy from I-95. Sites are level. All are pull throughs with full hookups and cement pads. Sites were fine. Bathrooms were mopped daily, but it seemed that dirt was just pushed around. I chose not to use showers. Staff was friendly, but "resort" was, overall, a disappointment, and the extra "resort fee" of over $13 daily was the highest we ever paid. We did have cable, but reception not especially good, and I never was able to access the WiFi. We camped there using our Coast to Coast membership.
Easy park to get to from I-95 or US 1. For some reason, we were put in a back in site rather than pull-through, with dozens of PTs available...but easy enough to back in. Campground has a security gate and full hookups. No cable, and wi-fi did not work for us. Bath houses were not close..we didn't use them. This is strictly for overnight, and good for that, but the campground does not seem as well maintained as when we stopped a few years ago. However, most of the businesses in the area have been abandoned and are in sad disrepair. We would return if in that area and needed an overnight stay.
Full hookups are only available to resort members. There are two dump stations. TV reception (antenna) was fair. Wi-Fi was available at the clubhouse. Still, this is a very nice campground. Lovely swimming pool and nice windowed room in clubhouse to sit and snack, or use Wi-Fi. Great showers. Park is well maintained. New sites since our last stay were more level. Lots of kids when we were there and outside movies for them some nights. This campground is in the heart of the battlefield, on the outskirts of Gettysburg. Easy to get to. We stayed there with our Coast to Coast membership, and will definitely go back.
My first impression of a campground is reflected by how clean and well-maintained it is. The drive into this campground was muddy, dirt with some gravel, pot holed. Positives: the site was level and had full hookups. There were no amenities, no cable or Wi-Fi. The “bathhouse” was the worst I’ve seen. Price reflects Passport America discount. We stayed one night and would not return.
Nicely maintained small campground behind a small motel, on rte 9, on the outskirts of Lake George. Bathrooms are clean and the showers are in separate, individual rooms. There is a pool. Even though it is by the road, the campground is surrounded by woods. Campground roads are well graveled. The sites are on grass and level. There is cable. Only a few sites have sewer, but there is a dump site. Wi-Fi is available near the office. We would return to this campground if ever in the area, but not likely to be. We did have to leave due to a health emergency and asked if any refund might be available (we had paid 3 nights and stayed 1). The owners policy is to give credit for one free night if you return.
Fairly large campground. About two-thirds appeared to be permanent, with most temporary campsites in the back, grassy section. Park seemed well maintained. Bathrooms were clean, in spite of our being there at a very busy time, with lots of kids/teens, apparently on a school or church trip. They were chaperoned and well behaved. There is a nice pool. Site was easily accessible and level. Electric and water. No sewer or dump site. A honey wagon is available for an added price. We were there one night and didn’t need it. Price reflects Passport America, plus $4 supplemental charge, plus $3 cable. There is a store, with limited supplies, with the office. We would return.
We were very pleased to find this fairly new park right on Lake Erie. Small campground has few amenities, but they aren’t needed with the setting. Paved road and sites, which are easy back-ins and all level. Laundry room, and clean bathroom/showers. No sewer, but three dump sites. No Wi-Fi or cable, but good TV reception. Weekends are $35. We would definitely return.
Nice country setting near Indiana, PA. Small campground is very well maintained by owners, who are always nearby and helpful. Grassy fields by the campsites are kept mowed and especially nice for walking pets. Sites are level, on the grass. Full hookups. Bathrooms/showers not new, but well maintained and clean. No pool, but a nice stream by the campground and paddle boats available. No cable, and TV reception not worth putting up the antenna. Wi-Fi available near the office. When we arrived, we thought there were a lot of RVers. However, most of the units were permanent or seasonal. Price reflects Passport America discount. We would definitely return.
We came in late, nearing dark and had a hard time finding this remote campground. Owners very nice and helpful with directions (had to call 3 times on the way). We only stayed overnight and left early, so had little experience, but were told the sites were level. The owner said set up anywhere we wanted, and the site we picked looked as level as others, but it was terribly out of level. However, too late and dark to put any levels under wheels at that point. Otherwise, when you find the park, it is very nice and seems well maintained. We would likely not return, because we wouldn't be staying in the area, and it is too complicated to find from the interstate for just an overnight. We didn't have cell phone service, but surprisingly good TV reception with just our antenna. We paid $30 for just electric/water.
Owners very pleasant and busy with "community pool" and snack bar which they run in addition to campground and its pool. Campground is old, basic, and may not be too well maintained. We had been there only about a half hour, turned on a/c and blew a fuse in our RV. It had not been a problem elsewhere. With no one there to fix it, and a need to be able to run a/c, we left. The owner did refund half of our fee. We likely would not stay there again.
It is a state park, without the amenities that resort parks would have, but decent sites. It was quite full when we were there, and a very rainy day. The cement and gravel sites kept it from being a sea of mud. Sites are not long, but wide enough, and seem well maintained. We would stay there again if in the area.
We love the area, and were pleased to find this campground as part of the Lake Junaluska Conference Center. Older reviews give good description of campground. We did not find traffic noise a problem. It is steady through the day, but very little traffic at night (and we were in the front, right by the street). Wi-Fi worked well on our site. We cannot speak about the sites up the hill, except that they are nice and woodsy (also hilly). The laundry machines worked well. The bathroom was very rustic and could have been cleaner, but all else was nicely maintained. We will definitely use this campground again.
This campground is right on a busy street, but adjacent to a state park and set up to feel as though we are in the woods. Thick tree areas in front and between site rows. Very clean bathrooms, showers, laundry and pools. Sites well maintained. Cement roads and sites, with grassy areas between are roomy enough between sites, but this older campground was not built to accommodate some of the extra long RVs of today. They advertise 35' sites, and even that would almost put the RV on the roadway, but not in jeopardy. Vehicles go slow and careful in the park. Regular TV is good, but limited. Wi-Fi is sporadic...good when it works. Sites are pull-through, some with E/W and some with full hookup. Good dump station on the way out. We like this park and will definitely use it again when in the area. It doesn't have the amenities some have, but probably the best RV campground bargain this near Washington.
Easy from I-81. Everything clean and well-maintained. Sites level. Good cement drives and gravel sites. Nicely mowed areas for pet walking. Country setting by farms, but very convenient for travel stopping, or staying in area. Lovely pool. Full hookups, all pull throughs, cable and Wi-Fi. Definitely will stay here again if coming through the area.
Windy mountain road to get there, but so worth the trip. Not a setting for anyone wanting shopping convenience and good TV, but very nicely maintained resort and sites (good gravel), beautiful mountain horse ranch setting and well cleaned bathrooms. Wi-Fi is available at laundry rooms adjacent to nearby bathhouses. We were there as Coast to Coast members and would definitely return.
This is our home resort, covered under our Coast to Coast membership. We used to look forward to staying here on our trips north and south on I75. We have been disappointed in the past couple years at the lack of maintenance. There is a pool, but not usable when we were there. In the middle of summer, it is filled with leaves. The restrooms, with only a few campers on the side that use it, had dead bugs and cigarette butts all over the floor, and trash was overflowing. The sites are not level and, in any rain, there are puddles around the sites and roads. Wi-Fi is only available at the clubhouse. We have enjoyed the social activities and pancake breakfasts and may stay there again, but only overnight. We hope this campground will be spruced up.
Sorry last reviewer had a bad experience. Yes, this is an old park and the sites are close together and most are back ins. However, they are certainly adequate and most are long enough to stay hooked for overnights if needed. The lake is small and manmade, but nice, and streets paved...good for walking and biking. Park and restrooms are well maintained. Activities and friendliness of staff make it a pleasant RV experience. Only misleading info is about cable and Wi-Fi services. Both are available if you pay extra through an outside vendor. However, free Wi-Fi connection is available if you sit at the office (small adjacent room). We camped there in a travel trailer. It's not our first time and we will return.
Good overnight park, near I-95. Easy in and out. Old, Wi-Fi available, but not always reliable. Limited amenities, but not important to overnight. Grass/dirt sites that are good when dry and sloshy when wet. We camped under Coast to Coast and will use again.