We had a fantastic experience here! I think we had the best sites in the campground. We had large pull-through level sites with an amazing view of the lake. However, read the site descriptions on the web site carefully. The majority of the sites are a level pad with a drop to the picnic/fire area. Everyone was friendly. Security and garbage pickup made their rounds several times per day (and provided free garbage bags). 9 stars rather than 10 because I think a campground that offers "premium" sites would have sewer hook-up. My fault for not reading the fine print. The honey wagon did come around daily (sign up for this service at the trading post in the morning) but it was an additional $8 and after they left I checked the gauges and our tank still registered at 3/4 full. Overall, we had had a great time and will be back again next year.
I will start by saying that this was a very convenient location for those traveling on I-95. Easy on/off and big rig access with large, level pull-through sites. Unfortunately,that was about the only plus we had during our experience. When we arrived the electric was out due to a storm the previous night. Obviously, this was no fault of the campground but we were not offered any sort of discount even though we payed for full hook-up. We had to pay cash since the credit card machines were down (luckily we had some left after our trip)! Since there was no electric, the pool and laundry facilities were also closed. The office closed at 6 PM. We booked two sites together three months in advance and verified those sites one week before arrival. However, when we arrived we weren't even in the same row. Wi-Fi was supposed to be available but that also wouldn't connect. The unoccupied camper next to us had a broken sewer line from the storm and the office dumped a ton of bleach all over their line to counteract the smell. No air conditioner in June means open windows so that's what we smelled. Lots of rules, including no fires so make sure you have a fully enclosed grill along. I personally think a lot of the problems were due to the storm the night before, but I would not choose to stay here again. If you are only staying overnight to take a break from the road (like we were) it may be worth taking the chance because of the convenient location.
This is the campground that I will now compare all other campgrounds to. We loved it! We booked a premium site and it was just that. Large, private, shady, and perfectly level, fully concreted sites. Each had a grill, hose, recycling collection unit and trash barrel. The loop system is wonderful, it kept all the traffic on the main roads and away from the sites. The only "busy" area of the campground was the bus stop. We stayed in the 1300 loop and I would highly recommend it. There was a "private to our loop" facility building with bathrooms, laundry and ice machine. Transportation is available to anywhere within Disney that you may want to go (either by bus or ferry). We did have a snafu one morning trying to get to an early breakfast with 2 scooters in tow (we made it, but late). We explained our situation to the campground concierge and we were provided with a private bus for our next breakfast reservation. We were so busy at the parks that we missed the campground activities but we did get to visit the pool and snack bar. Both were wonderful. Amazing service that you would expect from Disney! Yes, it was pricey, but you get what you pay for!! Can't wait to come back again.
We stopped here to take a break while driving I-95. Very easy and convenient location. Sites were just long enough to leave a 40' 5th wheel hooked to our truck. Nice dock and beautiful view of the lake within walking distance of our site. Nice, quiet campground that we would definitely stay at again if we find ourselves heading south. the only reason I gave 9 stars instead of 10 is that there was heavy rain when we arrived and the site immediately flooded (about 6" water). However, as soon as the rain stopped the water receded into the sandy soil and all was well again.
Nice quiet, family run campground. Large sites and a huge playground. Friendly staff that greeted me by name before we even registered! Easy hiking trail that leads directly canyon. Would stay here again.
I can't say enough how much we love this campground! Large, shaded, quiet sites. Free private boat dock. Large parking lot for the boat trailer. Friendly staff and a nice lodge with a sitting area, laundry, etc. Playground could use a little sprucing up but with the lake who needs a playground? This is our go to spot for our annual vacation. I have recommended to everyone and will have a larger group to camp with us next year.
LOVED this campground. Tons of stuff for the kids to do both in the camp and in the area. We did just about every activity available: mini golf, mining, pool, slides, jump pillows, playground, paddle boats. The kids had a blast! Busy campground, but we had plenty of room. Will definitely be staying at more Yogi Bear campgrounds!
Everyone very friendly and welcoming. Activities for the kids available. Nice playground. Spot was a little tight for our camper but we squeezed in! The roads could have been marked better. The arrow was rubbed off the sign and we had to back the whole way down the road because there was no turn-around. Picnic table was also broken. Otherwise, no complaints and we would camp there again.
Great park for kids. Lots of activities. Nice shaded sites, hard to get into, but roomy. Water park was a blast for all ages. For the price they could have included admission to the Western Park, too. Well stocked camp store and the best ice cream! Convenient shuttle to Ocean City runs every hour or so. A LOT of traffic...golf carts, bicycles, cars everywhere! If you're taking your boat talk to the locals before you head out. There are practically no channel markers and no warning from the office that there is a huge sandbar. Would camp here again but leave the boat on the trailer and dock somewhere else.