July 1, 3:03pm - reviewed by Anthony W
Clean Campground With Waterpark
Stayed 3 nights in June having never stayed here before. The campgrounds have a 5 person per site limit and a 10pm noise cufew. The park has a waterpark that offers a daily discount to campers. Ice and the basics are offered at a small campshed/store that uses the honor system for payment if nobody's working. We camped at site 123 and though we enjoyed ourselves the site itself sits at a bend on the loop and is squeezed for space with sites 122 and 125, I believe. The site is like a small horshoe and we could actually hear our neighbor snoring. The bathhouse & restroom wasn't to far of a walk even in the middle of the night and was kept very clean by the grounds keeprs. Showers were also clean and looked to have been freshly painted. Our site had one upside, being completely shaded.
October 26, 3:05pm - reviewed by Skip
Great For The Family
Got here at the end of the season, so the water park was closed, as were the boat rentals. Lake level low at the winter level. But it's obviously a well planned out park designed for family summer fun ... nature trails, eagle watching, all of the lake sports, a HUGE pool with water slides. RV sites are 30 amp, no water, no sewer, mostly level. If you have a long rig you may have to hunt a little for a site that'll fit you.
October 24, 10:17am - reviewed by Maow Watson
Great State Park.
Fall foliage traveling to town and found this state park near Gettysburg. Only loop a,b is open during this time of year. Easy to get in during the week but weekend is much busier. Good cell phone signal here with att. Site #52 is deep and wide, near the bathhouse with nice hot shower. We have 30 ft camper and 19ft truck. We backed in with no problem. This park is outdoor heaven!! Something for everyone. Check in/out is 3pm. We got in early, 10 am and the site was ready so they let us in. Friendly staff! Highly recommended!!
September 24, 5:00pm - reviewed by CP84
The campsites are pretty packed in there but you can find some gems. Way more primitive options than electric/rv sites. The lake is beautiful tho. It seems like the rangers don't monitor things too well. Good and bad. 1 site had horrible barking dogs and they were ongoing for 2 days. So nothing was said to them.
August 4, 8:50am - reviewed by William T
Nice But Extra $ To Use Water Park
Campground had choice of forest and open field loops. Tow vehicles and larger trailers tended to migrate to the open field loops. If you like primative camping, there were plenty of those sites too. Water park was a big draw but nonresident fees over $10.
June 19, 5:09am - reviewed by Cbarn29
We had a great time at this park. The staff was friendly and the park was well kept.