At Robin Hill RV Resort , our goal is to make your stay as comfortable, convenient and fun as possible. Nestled between the Lehigh Valley and Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Robin Hill will quickly fill your days and nights with local area attractions such as the Crayola Factory, Crystal Cave, Hershey Park, Knoebel's Amusement Park, Pat Garret Amphitheater, Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom. Other popular attractions near our RV park in Pennsylvania Dutch Country include Ashland Pioneer Tunnel & Coal Mine, covered bridges, Demolition Derby, rodeos, Hawk Mountain, Cabela's, guided tours, and Roadside America. The location of Robin Hill offers access to so many activities at the RV resort everyone is sure to find something! Whether you are looking for a relaxing camping weekend or want to get out and explore the area, this Lenhartsville area RV park is sure to provide you with an unforgettable family vacation experience in Pennsylvania's Dutch Country.
Robin Hill RV Resort is located just three miles off of I-78 East or West, and is the ultimate family oriented camping destination resort with 270 sites spread out across 38 acres. Our large selection of sites can accommodate any size rig, including the biggest units on the market today. We offer full hook-up, partial hook-up, 30 amp and 50 amp service, and pull thru sites. We have plenty of room for slide-outs, and each site provides a fire ring and picnic table. Don't have an RV? No problem! We also offer premier cottage and rustic cabin rentals that sleep four to eight people and provide all the amenities of home, right from our RV park in Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Here at Robin Hill RV Camping Resort we pride ourselves in superior customer service coupled with a superb family atmosphere. Whatever you are looking for in Pennsylvania family vacation accommodations, you will find it at our resort. Family RV Park in Pennsylvania Dutch Country Whether you're planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at Robin Hill RV Resort & Campground. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.
Pretty campground with cute pool. But they put us right next to the dumpsters and they stunk. We couldn’t find another 50amp and they were closed. Pricy too $70. For the night.
Sites are swampy if they've had rain! Took us over two hours to disconnect because of mushy, muddy site!.. Our Usual disconnect and set up time less than an hour!
Many seasonal or annual sites were trashy and their rigs very dirty!.
Personnel were very nice and considerate but area needs over haul and cleanup!
Not sure about other sites but ours had a big 'tank' that was used for sewer hookup instead of group connection as did all the sites around us
We have always loved this campground. But although it is very clean and nicely located, but the corporation that owns this campground is very greedy. In addition to the daily rate, which is quite high for what you're getting, everything is extra. There is an extra fee every day as a resort fee. If you want internet, you must by it online, it is not provided. They've chopped many sites in half, so on many sites you are right on top of someone else. The only reason we keep coming back is because we like the area.
Lots of sites. Usually have availability. It has declined more and more on each visit. Grass isn't always cut, low voltage throughout the campground, building falling over and roped off with caution tape and that is not an exaggeration, games in arcade are dated and most don't work. Lots of drinking in public areas, such as the arcade and IN the pool. Store has the basics and the ice cream counter is nice. Some of the sites are tight to get in to, especially on the office side of the campground. The price is way too high for this campground. Paying close to $70 a night is outrageous for Robin Hill. Before cooperate bought it, it was a lot cheaper with family friendly pricing and much cleaner. Staff has always been friendly. Wifi is available but daily fee is expensive, and it was slow and intermittent.
Although they do have sites for tents, this seems to be better suited for RVers and renting cabins. Many of the people we met during our stay are regulars. We were here on Mother's Day weekend and the activity director organized a nice continental breakfast, free chair massages, and raffled off manicure and pedicures. They had an art activity for the children, BINGO on Friday night, and a live band on Saturday night. There is an outdoor pool which is open seasonally, an arcade, a playground for children, and a catch and release lake for fishing. It is rather spread out and a lot of the RVers we met had a golf cart that they brought with them. Everyone we met from the other campers to the staff were super nice and friendly.