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These park Rangers are brown shirts.

The park rangers at Hibernia regularly use means of threats and intimidation for those who visit the park. They are not friendly, and are looking to give out infractions and make people pay fines. Even when laws, regulations, ordinances and or stated rules are not being broken. They will twist their observations to suite a narrative to provide themselves with due cause to intimidate and fabricate a reason to complicate your life. Thus ultimately ruining the experience. I would recommend this park if Chester County could hire non-draconian park rangers who goose step with pride.

These park Rangers are brown shirts.

The park rangers at Hibernia regularly use means of threats and intimidation for those who visit the park. They are not friendly, and are looking to give out infractions and make people pay fines. Even when laws, regulations, ordinances and or stated rules are not being broken. They will twist their observations to suite a narrative to provide themselves with due cause to intimidate and fabricate a reason to complicate your life. Thus ultimately ruining the experience. I would recommend this park if Chester County could hire non-draconian park rangers who goose step with pride.

Relaxing, Friendly, and Spacious!

 We had a great family camping weekend at Starlight and will definitely return in the future. Yes, it is quite hilly throughout the campground, but the individual sites are very level to park the camper with almost no blocks needed. 

We had two sites this trip with water and electric, but they do have quite a few full hook-up sites. Overall the sites were large, with trees between, providing additional privacy. Except for the Plateau sites, which have the amazing view, the rest of the campground had a great tree cover! Too often private campgrounds attempt to squeeze as many sites as possible and end up with campers on top of their neighbors, but at Starlight, the sites felt very secluded. Water pressure and electric were both great throughout the stay. There is no internet, but we had good cell phone service. 

The employees in the camp store are amazing and go out of their way to make you feel welcome! I felt everyone went above and beyond to help me from the reservation process through check-in. The camp store is well stocked and also serves hand-dipped ice cream. 

Starlight is a nice campground to relax or explore central Pennsylvania.

Great little campground

Fantastic weekend with family. Large campsites at the Lake Loop. Map is a little deceiving- the sites are farther from the lake than I expected and there are no running water bathrooms. Very clean and wooded sites. Walking/hiking trails and the lake were super peaceful.

Nice quiet walking trails. In Chester County, near Coatesville, Honeybrook.

Quiet. Occasional planned activities. Rented pavilions for renunions, birthdays, seasonal gatherings, etc.

Great, clean family run resort

This is a great family run campground. The store is nice, bathhouses are clean and private. Owners are super nice. There is also a great view of the surrounding countryside because it’s up on a big hill. If you’re hauling a big camper you’ll need power for the hills.

One of the best!

Been coming for years, clean and spacious sites. Family operated. Located between Hershey and all of the PA Dutch Lancaster County attractions.

Beautiful scenery

I love this place! Large sites, clean bathrooms, lots of hiking trails

Nice!

Nice place, not a campground

Permanently closed

This campground is closed