Perfect for an overnight stop if traveling the PA Turnpike. Very convenient (1/2) mile from exit, yet very little sound/sight due to heavy woods. This is a very old park, however it is clean. The bathrooms and showers are quite dated, but appeared functional and reasonably clean. I would suggest using your RV facilities. Likewise, the power hook ups were also quite old, however I was able to run my AC and microwave without any issues. There is a decent pool and a very cool, but dated recreation hall with old-school pinball and arcade games as well as table tennis. Sites are gravel and very long, roads are paved. Staff is very helpful. I would stay here again.
It is all about the location! Overall, this is a nice campground in a beautiful natural setting. I think that the term "resort" is a bit of a stretch, though. We chose to pay for a premium sound front site. This was a mistake. The sound side is definitely quieter and less congested, but the closeness of the spaces and vegetation at the waters edge do not afford much of a view to justify the additional expense. There is also a nasty odor coming from the vegetation in the sound that is much stronger based on your proximity to the sound. Be prepared to be nickel and dined for extra people, cable TV. The pads are paved and level as are the roads. The staff was very nice and the pool was nice. I would stay here again.
Nice park. Clean and well maintained. Arrived on a Saturday, park was full. Sites too close for my liking. Park cleared out on Sunday, making the rest of the stay quite nice. Beautiful natural setting. River a bit too shallow to enjoy the tubing, but maybe better at a different time of year. Convenient access from I-81. Plenty of shopping in nearby Staunton. We stayed here as a base camp for touring Shenandoah National Park. This park is located near the Southern gate of the National Park. It was doable, but a campground located nearer the center of the park would have been a better choice.