Hi all, We made last minute plans to attend a family reunion in the Reading area and we managed to luck out in snagging a last-minute cancellation for a full-hook up site at FCSP on a Holiday weekend. Woo hoo! I'm traveling with two boys aged 13 and 15 and just wanted to confirm this is the right choice for us or to see if I should just look around a little bit further. I recall this place with some nostalgia -- I think this is where I first was on a sailboat at about five years old many MANY years ago, and we may or may not have had family picnics here in the past. In looking at reviews though, it seems that this park has become rather worn. The pool that seemed initially a great amenity would cost us close to $30 a day for the three of us to use (NOT included in our $50 per night camping fee!), and being a public pool sounds horrifyingly dirty and overcrowded. Reviews of site size, bathroom cleanliness, etc seem to be a mixed bag. My guys do like camping resort amenities like a good pool, maybe minigolf and/or activities like crafts or bingo. We definitely have done the state park/national park thing too but I know I need to find fun activities in the area in that event so they don't turn on me. LOL. The camping resorts in the area seem to be a mixed bag in terms of reviews as well though. Honestly nothing seems to stand out as a spectacular campground in the area. Some positive reviews at some campgrounds to be sure, but mixed in with a lot of negative reviews as well. Anyhow I know we are truly lucky to have found anything on short notice, but I'm looking for feedback on the following: * Is French Creek SP still reasonably nice or is cleanliness/maintenance an issue? Is the pool horrifying? Any special tips for camping here? * Are there other campgrounds in the Reading area that are recommended and that we should also at least look into for availability? I had been contemplating Lake in Wood and the Adventure Bound resorts but not sure based upon reviews. * What types of activities would you try to do in the area with teenage boys? I'm considering either taking them to Hershey or to Philly. I'm recovering from a broken leg, so walking miles would not be a good thing. I could use a knee scooter if necessary, but not on cobblestones. I appreciate any perspective any of you can provide. Thank you so much!