StoneyBrooke Estates is basically a new campground that is being enlarged and reconditioned by new owners. There is a beautiful view and pool/deck area near the office and store. The young new owners are extremely friendly and helpful. But most of the sites are seasonal and it appears the new spacious sites are going to be seasonal also. Need GPS to find the place as there are no signs to direct you to the campground. Close to Jim Thorpe (15 min drive) Wi-Fi is excellent. Not great access for big rigs as roads are in need of repair leading to the campground. Probably would not come back as there are too many seasonals.
Great campground for Big Rigs. Large well graveled sites, no trouble for getting in after dark. Many things to do nearby. Old steam train, farmers market/antique/yard sale complex, Dorney Park, Martin guitar factory/Mueseum tours. Great cable TV. Newly redesigned Miniature Golf course. Rt 78 borders the campground on one side and old RT22 borders it on the other which makes it an excellent overnight stop. Friendly owners! Will camp here again.
I gave this campground a 9 for only 1 reason and that reason is mentioned by others here and that is the sites need to be stoned when it rains it will be very muddy. Yes there are many trees and the roads are a little tight but they can be navigated you just need to pay attention otherwise this is a beautiful and well kept campground and those who are full timers and don't need or want camping atmosphere, go to a Wal-Mart and park for free! Wi-Fi is great no drops strong signal good speed. There are pull thrus that can handle the biggest RVs, great staff and friendly and they escort you to the sites so if you are RV driving challenged as by some of the reviewers here complain about the roads, all you need to do is follow your guide to the site. Great campground to tour Boston.
Beware of this campground. Sites are not level and as another reviewer wrote they are grass and very muddy when it rains. When we pulled out of our site, my rig looked like I had been off road in it! We were given the wrong direction to pull into our pull thru site. The campground is old and in need of repair. A couple from Florida had to back their rig to a point where they could turn around and leave as the site they reserved had somebody else in it. NOT a campground for Big Rigs. Our motorhome is 37' and I would not want to be any longer and still get around in it. And there is NO WI-FI not to mention the low flying Jets landing at the airport just make this campground a DO NOT STAY HERE.
This campground is well maintained and an excellent overnight campground as it is located a very short distance of Route. 104 in Nova Scotia. The sites are very long and the width is decent we had a 37'Motorhome and were towing and did not have to unhitch the car. The bathrooms are super and very clean. They have W/E sites and tent sites near the river/creek. We used it as a base camp to tour Nova Scotia and Cape Breton. But it is a 2 hr drive to the beginning of the Cape so I would not recommend it as a place to tour Cape Breton. But it is close to the Tidal Bore and only an hour away from Halifax. Also it is less than an hour to the ferry to PEI. There is a pool and playground equipment but NO planned activities so kids may get bored here. Very nice quiet campground.