It was only about an hour from Cherry Hill, but due to traffic, it took us about two hours to arrive at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Check in was an easy process and they had a very nice camp store – not too much in the way of actual camping supplies, but a nice variety of clothing, food and souvenirs.
Here’s something I haven’t seen at a campground before….their own movie theater!!
The sites were fairly spacious with gravel foundation. We had full hook up with no shade. There was a picnic table and fire pit. Each site had a tight entry and exit – a wee bit difficult for a fairly big rig. WiFi and phone were present but very very sketchy – there were so many people in the campground that it was difficult to connect. The campground offered mini golf, a swimming pool, laundry, a coffee house, a game room, playground, and they had a pancake breakfast every morning for $1 (additional for meat and eggs) but Howie and I enjoyed a big breakfast with O.J. for a total of only $9!
They were celebrating Christmas in July but we were shocked to see the extent that some campers decorated their sites.
Cabins were also offered – there were several different models.
And then we saw a few strange things as well…….!? (The middle pic is a 1948 Westfield.)
And once again…..my personal favorite!!
|AMENITIES||CLEANLINESS||HELPFUL & FRIENDLY||SITEFEATURES||PRIVACY||WIFI, TV, PHONE|
|TOTAL SCORE = 2.8||FULL HOOK UP COST PER NIGHT = $77|
All in all….we would go back! HAPPY TRAILS!