We were looking for a place to stay close to Knoebels amusement park and I found this campground online. I called and asked how far away from Knoebels they are and was told about 1/2 hour. Actually it is more like an hour away. We rented the Green Cabin for $120 + tax for a Friday night. The road to this cabin was in very poor shape. And it is not a cabin, it is an old house with very old disgustingly stained and dirty carpets all over. No air conditioning. Small TV with an antenna, not any clear channels. Toilet did not flush properly. Shower did not drain properly. Not enough hot water for two people to take a short shower. Water from the sink was brown and full of dirt particles. Furniture was old and it smelled bad. The kitchen was clean. In their restaurant there was just the owner and no menu or prices. We were told we could have spagetti or burgers. Without any prices on site we decided to look for food elsewhere. We drove 15 miles to find a pizzeria. We looked for fishing poles to rent and owner told us we could borrow some and they were outside by the restaurant before we left out to eat. They were gone (as was the owner!) when we came back. So no fishing. No activities, except nice playground for the kids. (Everything needed to be cleaned and wiped off). Next morning we left around 7am, left the key in the office and rung the bell but nobody answered. Still sleeping I assume. This campground is just for the locals with their own RVs, not for the visitors. Oh yes, public restroom had filthy soaked wet floors. Only nice thing about the cabin was the location, very private with little pond and a creek next to it. Overall very disappointing for the price we paid. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
We stayed here for two nights and would never go back. I was glad I had a camper bathroom because the restrooms were filthy with clogged toilets. Our site was very small though I think all the best sites go to the seasonals because there were nicer ones. The campground allows noisy four wheelers which woke us up driving by at 2am. We got to witness a brawl between some of the campers and their dogs too! There's a reason this place is so cheap. Caveat emptor! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Found this place earlier this year. Hidden off 118 down a long dirt road. Annie the owner was very nice older woman. Most sites are level and on the large size. They have W/E/S sites and down. Two ponds for fishing and swimming. A large pavilion which also has a restaurant that Annie runs. Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 11 am and Dinner Saturday night 5 pm to 8 pm. Good home cooked meals at affordable prices. Great for when you just don't feel like cooking. A couple of play grounds are located in a few spots while not huge playsets my two little ones had a blast. Annie has started to upgrade a lot. New Electric hook ups are going in. More sewer lines and just fixing the place up. Most of the work is done by seasonals who have become like one giant family. My family and a buddy of mines family spent Memorial Day weekend there and fell in love with the place so much we became seasonals. The campground is quiet for the most part. They do allow golf carts, quads, dirt bikes, and scooters with rules about going slow. Annie does make it a point to remind people about the speed restriction. This places is on an upswing and worth the stop. For $26 a night for full hookup you can't beat it. Also Annie doesn't nickel & dime you for each kid or dog like some places. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.