Spring Gulch Campground and RV Resort is not just a campground—it's a full-amenity outdoor lifestyle RV experience nestled on 115 acres in the Amish Farmlands and Welsh Mountains of Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Our RV park in Pennsylvania Dutch Country provides a relaxing and exciting RV vacation complete with activities and themed weekends for all ages, information provided for historic tours & sightseeing, bicycling through the scenic Amish Farmlands, and full facilities designed for your enjoyment and convenience.
Spring Gulch RV Resort offers lots of water fun with two Olympic-size heated swimming pools, a stocked fishing lake, and a spring-fed lake with a white sandy beach where children build sandcastles. At this RV park in Pennsylvania Dutch Country , some visitors stay for a week's vacation, some for a weekend break, and others enjoy our consecutive weekend package or remain on a premier seasonal site. One thing is certainyou'll return year after year to Spring Gulch RV Resort! RV park in Pennsylvania Dutch Country with an outdoor lifestyle 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 Spring Gulch RV 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.
We loved it here. Clean, well managed, lots of great amenities, tons to do. This place is run by a publicly traded company that seems to have their systems in place to make things work. We had a great time.
Overview: nice quiet campground with a variety of campsites and a pretty good camp store.
Site: this review is of the campsite and cabin we stayed in. Most of the campsite options are fairly level, but are very rocky, so this is something to keep in mind if you are tent camping. We have heavy duty solid steel pegs and still had trouble pegging everything down. Some of the cabins were recently added and are super clean inside. The one we stayed in had a set of bunk beds, a queen bed, and a fold out couch. It also had a bathroom with shower /tub and everything you would need except linens.
Bathroom: the bathhouse had individual bathrooms and showers. Each was pretty clean and spacious.
Amenities: Campsite with $5 firewood, coffee and ice cream. Mini golf Fishing pond Pool
PROS: Quiet campground Pool open seasonally Nice staff
CONS: No walking trails
Have stayed here before and will stay here again.
This campground was very nice. They had a live band one evening. Activities though the day were fun. Clean bath houses and staff was friendly. I would go back again to this campground even though it's close to home.
Mostly an RV campground, but does have a few campsites and cabins. Campsites can be on top of each other and can be very rocky or muddy. We actually broke quite a few tent stakes just trying to get our footprint down.
The campsites available are primitive or have water and electric and bathhouses / restrooms are located in a few spots around the park.
Fire rings are at each site, but appear to get moved a lot.
The camp store sells firewood for $5 per cord and has other necessities, including coffee.
Some cabins, like those in my photos, are brand new and have everything you would need to set up house minus linens, towels, toilet paper , paper goods and toiletries.
Would definitely revisit.
We camped here over Memorial Day weekend and it was full. Miniature golf course could use some upkeep as there was trash strewn throughout the course. There was a pond for swimming and there were dead fish. There was a craft show in the barn which was nice. Only two dump stations for a pretty large park. We would camp here again but not over a holiday.
Very well kept camp ground. The Prime Sites are very spacious. Fishing pond is a joke and near by Gun Range can be annoying and tough on pets. But, over all, this place is pretty nice.