Our diner opens March 23, 2018* and closes November 11, 2018*. We serve Friday and Saturday night dinners and Saturday and Sunday morning breakfasts. Sunday thru Thursday pizza, wings and ice cream. Call ahead to order! dates and menus subject to change*
RV/Tent: 48 Hours-To cancel you RV/Tent reservation; CALL us by 4 pm at least 2 days prior to scheduled arrival date. A $10.00 cancellation fee will apply. Camping Cabin: 7 days-To cancel your Camping Cabin CALL us by 4 pm at least 1 week prior to your arrival. A $10.00 cancellation fee will apply. Deluxe Cabin (Lodge), call us 1 month before arrival, a $25.00 cancellation fee will apply. After the 1 month it will be NO refund. NO REFUNDS Memorial Day, Labor Day and all Halloween Weekends Sept 29 thru Oct 28th, 2018
We all love our pets but some campers do not ! Remember to keep your 4 legged family member under control at all times. A 6 foot leash or less on them is a must at all times. Barking dogs will NOT BE tolerated, remember will NOT BE tolerated, some folks come to relax and sleep. 4 legged family members left unattended at their campsite is a big no no! No 4 legged family members are allowed to stay in a cabin or lodge unattended. See the General Store if you need a sitter.
Check in times for sites and Cabins after 1:00 p.m. Check out times for sites 1:00, Cabins and lodges due out at noon
YOU must have your visitor register at the General Store, you may come up and register for them before they arrive. Anyone without a car tag will be asked to leave. Visitor hours are 10:00 am until 9:00 pm
Pool hours; 11:00 am until dusk Open Memorial Day Weekend until the weekend after Labor Day. Children under 14 must be with an adult 18 or older. No glass or alcohol in pool area. NO SMOKING ZONE.
We ask that you do NOT bring firewood from out of state due to the Emerald Ash borer beetle infecting the local areas.
PLEASE obey the quiet times...10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. Children must be at their site and not on the playground during these times
There is a peace when sitting on the creek and watching the ducks or fishing
In October at the Hagerstown KOA is the house next door to the campground. The home took the name, "The Terror of Creekside Manor" and it is a fun Halloween activity. "We discovered the haunted nature of the house and decided to turn it into an actual haunted house," said Judi. "It is open for five full weeks in October and is open to campers and the public. We love it."