The campground was very nice and green with good size sites. This is really the country there are no cell phones in this area except when you are in the town of Wellsboro. Actually, there isn't even a TV never mind cable. Don't forget your fishing pole the pond is stocked. I caught a 13" bass. Ask for a site by the lake. Oh, this is really important. Don't trust your GPS on the last 5 miles or so or you will end up on a road with your trailer that will scare you. I'm still trembling. I met the nicest campers here. The residents of Wellsboro were just OK.There is some decent hiking in the area but not much more than that. If we were to return to this area I would stay here again. This area is changing because they are finding natural gas here. So go now while the place is still pretty!
This place was well run and the people seemed to care. There is also plenty to do in the area if you like the beach. My only complaint was that the sites were really tight. So tight that the kids next door had no where to play that they were hitting our RV with their whiffle bat.
We had a good time here. Plenty to do in the area. Near the casinos. Nice sites. We stayed here Memorial Day weekend. I have never seen so many kids. My only complaint is that I did not see Julia Roberts at Mystic Pizza, it must have been her day off. The KOA manager was really nice too.
This was our first KOA experience and it was pretty much what I expected, except I thought the incoming road would be in better shape. The electric and water connections were located in the very front of the site. I never saw this before and I did have extension cords, but they did offer to loan them to me if my connections were short. I thought that was a nice gesture. Also, I thought the sites were a little cramped, but I would return. By the way, there is nice Italian restaurant a couple of miles away called Elianos.
I took of 1 star for the attitude of the girl in the office when I first called to make the reservation. She seemed to think her time was more important then mine. The roads were pretty bad. Nothing is paved. The place was too much of a dust bowl for my wife. There was pretty much no grass at all. Also, we had a tree that was rotted out, I guess because of termites. I was actually concerned it would fall on my trailer if the winds kicked up. We were there while they were talking about a possible hurricane. When I brought it the attention of the office they said that they knew about it but they were not concerned that it would fall on my trailer. If I wanted, I could leave (with no refund). Make sure you use a filter on the water supply. When I disconnected it I could actually see rust and debris. I suspect it is well water. They gave us a key because the gate closes at 10pm. We came back at least 4 nights after 10pm and it was never locked. On the positive side, sites were big and pretty heavily wooded, especially for that area of the Cape. Other campers that we spoke to were very nice.
The campground is exactly as advertised. No amenities, but a nice and quiet place for adults only. Nice views, very relaxing. It was a treat for us to wake up every morning by a rooster. You can hear the Amish horses on the roads and see animals roaming around on the neighboring farm. This place is in the heart of Amish country. The owners had literature of things to do and helped us plan our day each morning and they gave us the heads up that everything was pretty much closed on Sunday. This helped us plan accordingly. We did not use the bathrooms but our neighbors in a pop-up said that they were amongst the cleanest they have ever seen. I don't have a lot to compare it to because this was only our second trip, but I took off one star because I felt the sites were small for a place surrounded by huge farmlands, however, we would go back again if we could pick our site.