Stayed at Timothy Lake South April 8 - April 11. Place was empty since it was out of season. The campground is well maintained except for the bathrooms. The bathrooms are very outdated and need major work. The sites are pretty level, but the pull through sites are pretty narrow. They are all long enough for you to enjoy though. Overall, I liked the campground and plan on going back again this summer. We were in site 26, and that entire row seemed pretty good. Not a lot of shade, so in summer, most sites will be hot. All in all, good place. Would give it a 9 if the bathrooms were half as good.
Nice quiet park. With it being fourth of July weekend, we thought it would be very crowded, but it was not at all. The entire campground was well kept. Very clean pool, grounds, bathrooms, and showers. We had a nice shady back in site which had a rock wall in back of us. When sitting at the campfire, it felt nice and secluded. Staff is very nice and the other campers were very nice as well. The only thing that would make it better is if it was sitting on a lake or some other body of water. However...this was perfect for us. Will visit again for sure.
First time for us at this park and we loved it. Staff was super friendly both in the campground and in the park. Clean showers and very large. Sites were pretty level. We stayed on "Prince Edward Island" and we loved it. Nice that you can walk to the park and don't have to worry about driving or catching a shuttle. Dump station was nicely located and they had two in the same section so you did not feel rushed. Pool is huge and clean. Kids had a blast. We will be making this a yearly visit for sure.
Spring Gulch was great! Park was very clean, and sites were large and level. The whole 1500 loop was great. Not one bad site in the whole loop. Restrooms were clean and showers were also clean. The park made you feel like you were indeed camping in the woods. We will definitely be going back here again. I would recommend this CG to anyone. Great time, great Campground, great Experience.
This campground is very family oriented. Lots of things to do for the kids. The pool was nice and kept clean. The camp store was fully stocked. Our site was a bit narrow but not too small. The campground was surprisingly quiet even though it was packed. It's very close to both Ocean City beach and boardwalk. We stayed here in a Hybrid Travel Trailer and would stay again. The only negative I would say is that it is on the expensive side: but they do have lots of things going on including a nice mini golf and water park.
Campground was very nice. Sites were large and woodsy. Owners and staff were extremely nice and helpfull. Bathrooms and showers were clean and a good size. This campground was a great place to kick back and relax. The only draw for us was there were not many activities for kids. They did have a hay ride, a dirt race car track, pedal boats on a small pond and life size checkers, but if you have small kids, you need to bring something to keep them occupied. They did host bingo and movies at night which was cool. We had a great time and we will visit again when we need some relax time.
The sites at this campground are small and pretty tight together. However, they are level and clean. No matter were you are in this CG, you will hear the freight train or highway noise. This was the bad point for us. We asked for a site not close to the train, but we hear that thing roaring through at all sorts of hours in the morning. Again, the sites were very very close together, but were level and clean. I did not care for the fire pit as it was U shaped pit with low sides. The bathrooms were clean, but very cold in the morning (I guess they are not heated). There were no activities for the kids, although it was early spring and not "prime time". The CG is right down the road from all the Hershey attractions, so this is a selling point. I would probably try and locate another CG close by if I went again. If not, then I would stay here. It was not a bad place, just packed on top of each other like sardines.
Just got back from camping at Otter Lake Camp Resort this past weekend (4/3/09 - 4/5/09). We stayed in lakefront site L28. What a great site! Site was very large and level. Bathrooms and showers were both clean and heated. Very scenic, quiet, and well worth the $48 dollar a night fee. Everyone was very nice and except for the high wind, the trip was great. Would definitely be back here and often. Stay here and you will not be disappointed.
The campgrounds were well taken care of. The sites however were very unlevel. We stayed in site 18 and it was like being on one big hill. As we toured the whole campground it seemed that most of the sites were uneven. There were nice shaded sites here, but the whole campsite was hilly. Bathrooms were large and clean. They had a lot of activities for the kids. The general store was large and well stocked. We stayed here with kids and were not happy with the unlevel site we had. We also did not like the fact that the whole campground was very hilly and nothing but gravel. For the $64 dollars we paid a night, I thought the place would be better. Will probably not go to this campground again because of price. Especially because they just put in a water park (very small park) and during the summer, the price will be about $80 a night.
The campground was nice. We stayed in a pull through site because this was our first time out with our pop up trailer and wanted to be close to the bathrooms and playground. Sites were average size. Not too much cover between you and the next campsite, but it was OK to us. Bathrooms were clean, the general store was well stocked, and the staff were nice. Next time I will stay in a back in site on the river as these sites were larger and had nicer scenery. All in all, besides the fact that they were a little expensive ($56 a night), the park was great.