Elysburg, PA - Knoebels Campground http://www.knoebels.com/stay/knoebels-park-campground Hundreds of sites, all with electric. Most have 30 amp, but a few have 50 amp. No water or sewer hookups, but there are several water filling stations and a dump station near the campground entrance. Pets are allowed everywhere except cabins, inside buildings, and pool area. Stayed here in September of 2016 Site Details: We stayed in Kentucky, site 18 (the campground is divided into sections with US State and Canadian Province names). The site was plenty spacious for our pup and TV, but was not level at all. In fact, none of the surrounding sites looked very level. We were right next to the bath house, which was great for being able to send our 6 year-old by herself, but pretty obnoxious as far as foot traffic was concerned. We had to ask several groups of kids not to walk through our site on the way to the bathroom. Facilities/Overall Park: This campground was huge, and very crowded on the weekends. We arrived on a Thursday night, and pretty much had the whole place to ourselves. We were out and about during the day on Friday, and when we came back in the evening, it was packed. The place pretty much empties out during the day, as almost everyone walks over to the amusement park.Lots of families with small kids (makes sense with the amusement park), and everyone was very friendly and considerate. Only problem we had was people walking right through our campsite to get to the bathroom, as mentioned above. There is a pool, camp store and small playground on-site. Sites are well-shaded by tall pines, but very close together and not private at all. Roads are very narrow. Bath house was clean, but old. Toilets are very low to the ground. There were additional sinks with mirrors outside the bath house for hand washing/teeth brushing, as well as a nice deep dish washing sink. Surrounding Area/Attractions: Obviously, the main draw for this campground is the amusement park on site, which boasts free admission and parking (you pay for rides with tickets). We loved it! It was very clean, beautifully maintained, with friendly staff and great food options. Was surprisingly inexpensive, too (Im used to paying an arm and a leg at Six Flags). Since the park was closed on our first full day there, we drove around and ended up in nearby Bloomsburg. Took the kids to the childrens museum (which was awesome), then the Bloomsburg Fair. Its supposedly the largest fair on the East Coast, and boy, was it huge. The amount of vendors, rides, games and food options is simply dizzying. We were there on Preview Day, so many of the main attractions werent open yet, but there was still plenty to see and do. We even got a little custom-carved family sign for our campsite, cut in the shape of a pop-up camper Highly recommend checking it out if youre in the area. Overall, this is a great place for families, and the convenience of the amusement park cant be beat. If youre looking for a quiet getaway in the woods, you may want to look elsewhere.