January 19, 2020 - reviewed by Papa Tony
Nice And Nice
Back in 2018 we went camping at Glen Ellis for Mother's Day it was not Primetime camping we how do I cite right next to the river kids enjoyed throwing rocks nice pic sites just need a little more amenities would recommend do any campers tent to Class A
May 27, 2019 - reviewed by Susie
No Dogs Allowed
FYI The Goff family who runs a "family" campground and apparently owns a large Saint Bernard does not consider YOUR dog a part of the family. Nice grounds but prices are steep. My dog is family.
August 26, 2018 - reviewed by Liz
Lots To Do
We brought our grandkids up and had a blast. They loved the pool, the playground and the arcade. There is so much to do in the area. We took advantage of as much as possible. The staff was wonderful, the site was ample, everything was clean. We were at the campsite for the last week in July and there were a couple of very active bears every night. It was quite a sight! Overall, it was an exciting week and we will return.
July 18, 2018 - reviewed by Jessica
Really Nice Place
We camp in a group and have been to Quite a few campgrounds. This is one of the best campgrounds we have been to. It doesn’t have every amenity as some of the other “resort”. However it has the basics and are kept in nicely maintained order. Staff couldn’t of been friendlier. Absolutely amazing customer service. Booked our trip already for next year up here. Kids had an amazing time in the swimming hole is the best feature. Wi-Fi is terrible however you were camping and lucky to even have Wi-Fi.
April 10, 2018 - reviewed by Michel Cote
I Will Pass
Old, outdated, pay for shower, dogs not allowed, expensive for services offered. Many alternatives around.
October 9, 2016 - reviewed by Sean
Place is huge, great for walks with the family. There is a large field to play soccer, baseball, football etc. The game room has about 15 games and half don't work. Only a few sites have full hookups. The WiFi is very weak and hardly works. Staff in the front office is pleasant. Showers cost money. There is a large laundry facility at the main gate if you're staying a while. Lots to do around the area as well. Lots of sites along the river which is peaceful at night to listen to and unwind. NH firewood only is allowed, but you can bring your own. I would stay here again.
October 3, 2016 - reviewed by Allen
Nice, but . . .
This is a nice place, but it is annoying to have to pay for a shower when they charge $47 a night for a 30 amp site.