Rittenhouse Resort
Ashley R.
Reviewed Aug. 15, 2020

Descent campground

We stayed here in June for a weekend. The campground is pretty congested the roads are small and the sites are very close together but the grounds are clean and you have water and electric hookup throughout. The back of the campground area has lots of shaded areas but the front is directly in the sun it’s basically a open field with hookups. Rittenhouse has a pond for fishing in the back of the park and there is a big swimming pond that cost extra to use in the front. If your camping prices for adults are included for the pond but you have to pay for each child who swims everyday. The bathrooms were clean and well taken care of. They have a playground but it is very dated I would not recommend it. Overall we had a nice weekend there. There is a state park about ten minutes away we went hiking and fishing at. The only real negative we had was we were right next to a group of people who took up four sites and were very loud all night long and kind of rude the whole time. The owners/ workers were very nice and drive around the grounds a lot checking in with people. If your looking for a big fancy campground this is not it but for a little weekend getaway for my family it was nice. FYI if you do decide to go and use the swimming pond be very cautious. The bottom of the pond is very muddy and kind of sucks you down. We repeatedly got stuck so be careful especially if you have kids. Our friend daughter whose 15 got her foot stuck in water that was neck deep. It took two of us to help get her pulled out of the mud once she got stuck.