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We love going every summer with our family and friends for a lot of Waterpark fun!
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I went with a friend for two nights, and we camped and had a blast. (It rained for one of the days and it was pretty thick tree cover - so it wasn't too bad.) Hiked around the lighthouse, climbed on the rocks, tried crabbing (and failed) and went kayaking around the campground in the bay.
Good fishing and nice trails Nice campsites, some big enough for trailers. Bathrooms were very clean
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Love the place, but their wi-fi is awful.
The G loop for tents is nice and removed from the rv area, though the sites are a little close. There are trails nearby and you can cross the bridge to the canoe/kayak rental area, or launch your own from a dock at the campsite. We had a peaceful night and a fun kayak day!
Of note, there were a…
We decided to stay a weekend at Susquehanna based on the reviews on the Dyrt and it’s closer proximity to home. We arrived and were greeted by super friendly rangers who gave us the lay of the land. We found the rangers to be very knowledgeable about the area and the wildlife, plants, and trees in…
Quite, spacious sites, lots of walking trails and a large pond.
Perfect for families! The pool was kinda small for the amount of campsites. Splash pad was nice, I enjoyed that more so than the pool. I stayed at site 66 in my rooftop tent and loved the proximity to the amenties. My only complaint was a horrible smell throughout the campgrounds. It was like a…
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Our first trip in RV ever. Our dealership has a special deal for new purchasers.
Loved the little farm stand outside of the property on the main road. But you’re not allowed to bring yourself own firewood, even if it’s local, which I think is tacky when your charging a small fortune for a tiny bundle.
Some sites are very grassy and others are very sandy. These sites are right…
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Our tent site was on a slope, and completely flooded the fire ring when it rained. The fire ring was also missing the grilling grate so we couldn’t cook on it. Most of the showers in the bath houses were broken and you have to pay for them so bring your quarters! All the drink machines were busted…
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I personally camped in the back yard in my hammock as my family slept in the camper it was humid in the back near the woods but still nice. Campsites are all right next to each other so you get neighbors no matter where you stay.
Sun outdoors was very quiet. Many full timers.
If you enjoy beautiful sunsets, seeing bald eagles every day, having a nice breeze, not too buggy, well kept campground this is the place to go. Sewer is not there yet, but they have portables just in case you need to remove some instead of moving the entire camper. Due to covid, public…
Had to change spots a few times which was a pain but spot we ended up with was quite spacious. Kids loved the splash pad.