Passport America and Good Sam discounts work here. The campground is great, very well kept up and comfortable while still feeling like camping. The pool seems new The bathhouse is very nice, one quarter for 8 min of water; used my camper bathroom so I can’t speak to water temperature or pressure. The camp store has some food and games as well as ice and firewood. There is a lovely lake/pond that you can fish in or rent a canoe ($5) and paddle around. Area is lovely and lots of hiking options at Rickets Glen state park, as well as a “beach” at a lake where you can swim. The only negative about the campground is that the fire pits don’t have a cooking grill, so if you prefer to cook over a camp fire you’ll need to bring your own equipment. About half the sites are seasonal/permanent and it’s fun to see all their setups.
June 23, 2017 - reviewed by Rob Graff
Whispering Pines Campground is a small well maintained campground. The staff is great and the amenities are plentiful. Highly recommended.