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my first time coming here and everyone and my family were so thrilled and overjoyed that their coming back again before summer ends.. I rented all river sites for about 11-12 groups. although it seemed a bit scary and not safe for children and toddlers...More
From NY and thought about staying local for our vacay. Looked into campgrounds with activities for children near knoebels amusement park and came across splash magic. They had a great deal of one night free with a 3 or more night stay. I spoke to...More
Overall it was a nice experience since have not been there in long time. It was nice to take our dogs along. The cabin in general was clean the bathroom was cleaned nice but there were a lot of dust bunnies all over the top...More
Let's start off with first impressions coming down the road to the campground. There are several storage areas in the wide open that are filled with old unsitely campers that look like they have been sitting for years. We then entered the store to check...More
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Response from Ron B, Owner at Splash Magic CampgroundResponded 1 week ago
When you booked your reservation, the site you were assigned was the only site available. It is a slightly smaller site so it was not the best for your camper but you agreed to take it since it was the last site. We do make...More
This was my family's first time experiencing camping. We're from the city (NYC to be exact) and so this was a new experience for us all.
Dates travelled: Monday 28th August, 2017- Friday 1st September, 2017
Accommodations: Tubby's Village Cabin #5 (sleeps 8 comfortably. 4...More
When camping here we stayed in a log cabin. This provided electricity and running water. The campsites that were visible to us were not shaded at all. There was a way to hook up electricity but for showers and bathrooms... More
When camping here we stayed in a log cabin. This provided electricity and running water. The campsites that were visible to us were not shaded at all. There was a way to hook up electricity but for showers and bathrooms, there was like a ‘port o potty’ version with shower stalls and toilettes. There were also washers and dryers one could use to wash clothes.
As for the activity band.... when we stayed here I think it was just before Labor Day and so I believe it was off peak season so that most of their staff had left already. This left us little to know activities as their were no workers to man the activities.
We spoke to the manager about this and they allowed us to utilize almost all of the activities offered without having to purchase a wrist band.
Plenty of space in the pool. Great fishing. You can rent or use your own bikes. Bumper boats, paddle boats, and rowboats to rent. Arcade is small. Basketball court. Big playground. And of course, access to Susquehanna river... More
Plenty of space in the pool. Great fishing. You can rent or use your own bikes. Bumper boats, paddle boats, and rowboats to rent. Arcade is small. Basketball court. Big playground. And of course, access to Susquehanna river very convenient.