We had a nice site that backed up to a small creek. Very scenic and laid back campground. Mostly older folks. Very quiet except for the neighbor who rode his quad for hours on end. We went during Corona so no amenities were open. If you just need a place for a quiet weekend, this is it, but I can see how not many would enjoy it. Look at the map when selecting a site. The sites in the center are like a parking lot. Small, no shade and wide open. We prefer the creek side sites.
We really don’t care for RV parks but occasionally, we decide to check one out. We found this place because we were looking for a covered bridge that, it turns out, used to be on the property but had been sold and moved! There was nothing wrong, per se, about this family-owned facility, except that we travel in a small camper van (we tend to live OUT of our van, not IN it) so RV facilities generally don’t appeal to us. The sites are very close together, like parking spaces, and afford no privacy between them. This is typical for an RV park. Sites range from 50 amp W/E/S, to 30 amp W/E. Some sites also have cable. WiFi is available and free for the first seven days of your stay. There is also a non-working mill, a pool, a game room, a camp store, and fishing access on the property. The staff person in the office was very friendly and helpful; if you like RV parks and want to explore Amish country in southern Pennsylvania, this would be an ideal location for you to stay but we decided to move on.
It was small and we felt that our camper was to big for the spot we were in.
Perfwct for the beginner many trails to walk and bike pwt friwndly and maybe you'll see a bear
Adorable little campground! Close to the tourist spots in Lancaster. Great views. Clean, friendly, and would definetly recommend! Clean bathrooms, laundry facilities, full hook ups for RVs, lovely tent sites, great playground for kids.
It is right in Amish country. They have a pool, store and other amenities .