http://www.harpersferrykoa.com/ 200+ sites, with various hookup levels, plus cabins. Primitive, Water/Elec, and Full hookups all offered. Back-in and pull-through sites available. Pets are allowed everywhere except cabins, inside buildings, and pool area. Stayed here in July of 2016 Site Details: We stayed in Water/Elec site #101. Site was not level at all, very tight, and oddly-shaped. However, it was definitely one of the more spacious RV sites in the campground. The bugs (mainly gnats, a few mosquitoes) were horrendous while we were setting up. After a few hours of burning citronella and mosquito coils, they were tolerable. Facilities/Overall Park: This campground was huge, and very crowded. We were there in the days leading up to 4th of July, and there was not a single empty site. Our section had mostly pop-ups and mid-size travel trailers, so the sites were all grassy. However, the area with pull-through sites for big rigs was just a huge RV parking lot. All roads were very narrow and winding. We did fine with the pup, but cant imagine trying to navigate a large motorhome through there. Crowding/space issues aside, this is a really nice (albeit expensive) campground. Everything, from the grounds, to rec halls, to pool and laundry, was sparkling clean and beautifully maintained. Staff was very friendly, as well. Tons of stuff to do here, especially for families: arts & crafts, indoor movie theatre, games, civil war reenactments, wine tastings, etc. We were certainly never bored, and the kids thought they had died and gone to heaven. Bathrooms were very clean as well, and there was surprisingly never a wait for the showers. Free daily pancake breakfast is included during the on-season, which was nice. Surrounding Area/Attractions: Harpers Ferry Natl Historic Park is right next door, which is really neat. There are also a ton of outdoor recreation opportunities nearby, from white water rafting to hiking to river tubing. We didnt take advantage of any of these, since we had our dog with us, and the kids are still a little too young for some of the extreme activities. Overall, this is a really nice place, but much more of a resort than a campground in my opinion. The kids loved it, but Ill always prefer the wooded seclusion of a state or national park. However, if I was looking for a more action-packed, activities-filled glamping experience, I wouldnt hesitate to return.