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11/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
This campground was great for an overnight stop. Close to the highway, but not much noise from it. Sites were long enough not to disconnect our tow vehicle, and pretty level. WiFi worked well in the front of the park, but not in the back. Staff is friendly and accommodating.
10/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice campground and well maintained. Laundry room was clean and washers/dryers worked well. Sites large and level, even though it was all on a hill. We were off-season, so it was pretty quiet. We would stay here again, if in the area.
10/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
This campground was great for an overnight stop. Close to the highway, but not much noise from it. Sites were long enough not to disconnect our tow vehicle, and pretty level. WiFi worked well. Staff is friendly.
09/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
We stayed here twice and both times were in the Fall to visit family. The campground is well maintained, laundry room and bathrooms clean and staff friendly. WiFi was not consistent, but we were able to get it to work. I very HIGHLY recommend getting one of the premier sites, especially if you are in a big rig. The premier sites are large and pretty level. The other section of the campground is very cramped with small sites. Maneuvering a big rig through this area would be difficult. There is also an extra $4/day charge for 50amp service, which we were not made aware of at the time of the reservation.
10/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
This campground is fine for a couple of days and is located right behind the Heartbreak Hotel. Graceland is a short walk, if you want to go there. The sites are cramped, but level, and the staff is very friendly and helpful. There is also a security guard on the premises and we felt safe here. There is a shuttle available at the hotel to take you to/from Beale Street for $10 per person round trip. WiFi was pretty reliable. Our stay here would have been fine, except we were placed next to someone who did not close off their sewer tank and it smelled as a result. Their motorhome was also leaking causing a pool of water in our site and they would run the engine in the morning for about 30 minutes causing fumes in our motorhome. (Their motorhome was pretty old and not maintained well.) We were not able to sit outside our rig, even though the weather was very nice. If we stay at this park again, we will be more careful to check the site location and neighboring rigs before accepting the site.
10/2010
rating [ 6/10 ]
This park is fine for a short stay. We were here three nights. There are very few 50amp sites and the park was pretty full every night, even mid-week the end of October, so you may want to make reservations if you want to guarantee 50 amps. Sites are not big, but level and we were comfortable in our 36-footer which has slides on both sides. Laundry room was clean and restrooms seemed fine, although we didn’t use them much. The WiFi was not consistent and went out frequently. The staff is friendly, depending on the person you speak to. When the WiFi was not working at all, we went to the office to see if there was a problem. When we got there, the girl working in the office was standing outside smoking a cigarette and informed us we were not allowed in the office until she finished smoking her cigarette. We had to wait outside, and for help on the WiFi, until she was done. Apparently, cigarette breaks take priority over paying guests. If we stay in the area again, we may stay here or look at the other two parks on either side of this one.
10/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
We stayed here for a month in the Fall. The area is very scenic and being close to the Delaware Water Gap, there is a lot of recreation in the area. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The laundry room definitely needs to be updated. Our site was up on the hill with woods behind us where most of the monthly/seasonals are located and it was much quieter, away from most of the park. One caveat about being in the woods is the bugs. Everything from spiders to these annoying little hard shell creatures called “stink bugs.” They get all over the coach and even end up inside (crawling under the rubber flap that seals the slides). When we brought in our slides to get ready to leave, there were numerous bugs on the inside of each slide that we had to remove. We were still finding them in our coach a month after leaving here.
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