This is a beautiful Corps of Engineers park on the lake. We chose a beach front site, without sewer hook up, (no. 60), which provided a wonderful view of the lake. However, the site was so difficult to back into, I cannot recommend it for a forty foot motorhome. Also, the park was not very well maintained trash wise, which is most unusual for a C of E operation. We paid the senior pass rate. We would stay here again.
Although it is not the easiest drive form I-70 to the park, it is not a problem for a 40 foot motorhome towing. The park is on top of a hill with magnificent views for an RV park. The sites are level enough and spacious. We had a nice pull through (39). There is a very nice clean salt water pool, basketball court, and pavilion next to the pool. Therefore it is great for kids. We highly recommend this park for an overnight stay.
This is a very nice park about fifteen minutes from Mammoth Cave National Park. The owners are very friendly and accommodating. Our site was spacious. There is some noise form the interstate and a nearby train, but it was not a problem. We would stay here again.
We stayed at this park with two grand children. We had a very nice level site and did not feel at all cramped in. There is a lovely lake which was great for swimming and also for the small kayaks we had with us. We recommend this park and would stay here again.
This campground is relatively new and rather large. It is easily reached from I95 but far enough away not to have highway noise. You can hear train whistles on occasion but the noise was acceptable. The sites are long pull throughs and there is no need to disconnect. The staff is extremely friendly and accommodating. This is a very good park for an overnight stay if you are travelling I95.
The sites are grass and dirt, and ours was not very private. It was however level. We did have a nice view of the lake. We had an issue with our water faucet, but the owner was extremely responsive and fixed the problem quickly. We had a long pull through site and did not have to detach the toad. If you are travelling on I95 this campground is very convenient. However, there is a dirt road which forms the entry to the park and is also used day and night by lumber trucks.
This is a beautiful location for a campground, surrounded by water no matter what site you are in. The sites are not too close together and they are level. The campground is very well maintained and the staff rotates; ours was very friendly and helpful, especially when we had to extend our stay because of a tornado warning on our route north. The only negative is the lack of sewer hook ups which is not a factor to us on a short stay. If being on a river surrounded by many species of water fowl including eagles is something you enjoy, this campground is worth the trip.
This is a nice friendly park and perfect for an overnight stay. We had a pull through site and did not have to disconnect the toad. The park is clean and the staff was very helpful with a battery problem we had. The new sites were nice for an additional $15.00.
This is a nice Campground located near Lancaster and close to many attractions. We had one of the newer upper sites bordering a cow pasture. The pool was very clean. We recommend nearby trips to Indian Echo Caverns in Hummelstown, The Hershey Chocolate Works, and The Science Factory in Lancaster. You can also get great pizza delivered from Paradiso Pizza in nearby Paradise.
This is a beautiful COE park located on a lake constructed by the Corps. It is set amid the mountains of upstate Pennsylvania. The sites are spacious although not pull throughs. The park is immaculate as a result of all of the volunteers who work daily maintaining the grounds. The lake is perfect for kayaking, and the grounds provide ample roads for running and walking. There are also many interesting places to visit nearby such as Pennsylvania's "Little" Grand canyon and Wellsboro.
The only positive aspect of this park is that it is located very close to the Jersey Shore and not very far from the Brigantine National Wildlife preserve. Otherwise it is unattractive, unkempt and the sites are extremely difficult to get into with bushes and trees impinging on the access roads. The park appears to be a haven for long term rentals and is an embarrassing member of the Thousand Trails organization.
This is a beautiful park. We stopped here on our way to southwest Florida since it is not very far from I-10 and I-75. It is situated amongst live oaks full of Spanish moss. The sites are extremely private and the park is very quiet. The park is excellent for walking and is on the banks of the Suwanee River which is a very popular kayaking spot. We had a long pull through site and there was no need to disconnect the toad.