We have stayed in this campground several times. First in a hybrid and now in a 30ft travel trailer. Our last stay was for seven days. We like sites 1-8. They are behind the inn and a hill that blocks the noise from the trucks on RT-250. We like to visit Amish country. The showers are the nicest we have ever used. Just like at home. The pool is heated in the building and on hot days the roof opens along with screened doors on the sides. There is a keypad with a number you punch in for access to the pool. I have seen parents give the number to their kids so they can swim on their own. Bad idea because there is no lifeguard on duty. We will be back again.
We chose this campground because it was in Amish country. The campground is under the trees and is away from the lake. There is a swimming lake and a paddle boat lake. This is a great park if you have children or grandchildren. There is an Amish couple that came in and sold fresh picked strawberries and fresh baked goods.
We arrived on a Friday for a two night stay. After checking in a man on a golf cart escorted us to our site. He help me back in and warned about the noise from the drag strip that was a mile away. The noise from the cars and motorcycles was annoying. It went on until after midnight. Saturday we were out and came back in the early afternoon. That noise from the drag strip went on all day until after midnight again. This is not the fault of the campground. This has driven a lot of seasonal campers away. The locals would like to shut the racetrack down. We asked for an activity sheet but they were out of them. They had a hay ride, corn roast and pot luck diner that we did not know about. They also had fireworks. This is an older campground and the buildings show it. The restrooms and showers need to be remodeled. The lake is nice for fishing or a small boat. We did not see anyone swimming even though they have an area roped off for swimming.