We stopped here for one night on our way to Gettysburg. As others have mentioned the campground is on a hill but it seemed like the non seasonal sites are on the lower portion of the hill so they are not too bad to get in and out of. We didn't dump our tanks but it looked like it could be a rough trip to the dump station as it was on a steep hill. The only restroom we used was by the office and it looked as though it had not been cleaned all weekend. The showers were in the restroom up the hill which was quite a hike from our site. The pool looked nice and the small fishing pond looked good. An OK place to stop for a night or two but wouldn't want to spend a week here.
This is one of the best kept campgrounds we have ever stayed at. The restrooms were always clean, well maintained and they were even air conditioned which was appreciated when it was a hot and muggy 90 degrees outside. The staff was great and very helpful. The sites were all clean, well shaded and level. A well stocked store with attached laundry room and game room with hours that were camper friendly. I would go back here again.