This place was to crowded. Campsites are way to close to each other. No privacy
Clean bathrooms. Friendly park with events and trails and Great Lake to boat.
Great spot for family camping. My wife and I took our 4 year old son and 6 year old daughter to Muddy Run in late May. Perfect for a 1-2 day trip where you do not feel like leaving the campground. We found that there is plenty to do on the grounds for everyone. Cheap boat rentals, disc golf and soccer golf courses, snack bar with ice cream and to top off the whole thing they even have a observatory on site where you can star gaze. The observatory is open to public once a month, we recommend you plan your trip around this. We watched a movie indoors and then went outside for a family friendly lecture/learning session where we were able to look through the giant telescope. The bathrooms were very clean and the staff was friendly and laid back. Campsites are close together which we did not mind because we were gone most of the day. We will certainly be back. Bonus- check out Pinnacle Overlook if you are close to this area!!
Been coming here for as long as i can remember relaxing little place nice people. Fishing and boating and hiking.
Cons: Bring 50 ft of hose for water hook up and an extension cord with a converter. The water hook ups are randomly placed, ours was 2 sites away. The lake area is COVERED in goose poop. Sites in the 20’s are tiny and hanging off a cliff.
Pros: Shaded, hiking, nice camp store, nice snack bar
Some of the sites are kind of small.
we tent camp and the site was booked over the phone and we got there nd the site was wooded and not enough room for our big tent, but they left us change sites and were very nice
Well I live very close to this one but its a frequent stop on our journeys camped here since I was about 3 years old. Nice lake to boat on, great wildlife experiences, yummy icecream snackbar, and friendly staff who create weekly/monthly activities for kids and families. Nestled in Amish territory Also known as lancaster county.