October 22, 6:43am - reviewed by Pete D
Grounds are clean and neat, sites are large, stoned and flat, hookups are solid and well located, access is good for larger rigs even with a tow behind. Bath and laundry facilities are well maintained and heated (already a little chilly up here), staff is friendly and helpful.
October 5, 3:16pm - reviewed by Keith
It is a nice campground,clean,nice staff ,you pay for everything and no golf carts unless you rent theirs.(I have back problems and struggle to walk at times) other than that it is nice.
July 30, 12:15am - reviewed by Andy
Little expensive but Worth it
If you have younger kids they will love the water park. Clean level sites, clean facilities. Large RV friendly. Plenty of activities for kids. If your children have training wheels on their bikes they will have problems due to loose gravel in spots, but manageable. Each site has a nice firepit and charcoal grill. Can't wait to take the kids back.
July 23, 6:55am - reviewed by Lauren
I couldn't find the one in Louisiana that we went to, I apologize, we did not go to Maryland
September 24, 8:37pm - reviewed by Boo Boo Buddy--Rocky
First Time Visit
First time to Jellystone Williamsport, MD. Greeted by very friendly staff, campground is very clean and all buildings are well maintained. Our site was a very nice pull through with a hard scaped patio. Power, water and sewage was reliable.
Everything you need on the campground is available. From a canteen, fully stocked camp store and plenty of activities for kids. Water slides, pool, zip line, soccer field, basketball courts, horse shoes, volleyball and mini golf. Great activities every weekend.
My only complaint is the number of golf carts running after dark. It kind of kills the relaxed fire experience.
I will come back.
August 18, 10:07pm - reviewed by Happy Camper
This campground was nice overall... some sites were pretty tight. We were quite disappointed when our half of the campground lost power at 6pm on a Saturday night. We ended up leaving the next morning because of the need to keep medications refrigerated. We were initially told power would be back on "in a few hours" but it was still out at 11am the next morning. For the price, I don't think we'll be going back. It was nice for the kids to have the pools and waterslides, pedal cars, lasertag (extra $) and scheduled activities, but I certainly don't feel like it was worth the $$ especially considering the loss of electricity. Live and learn...