Reviews for Four Seasons Campground

| Quiet and good situation

By user-6727976... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-03-24 to 2016-03-28

We spent 4 night during the Easter week-end here. The campground is well located since it's about 1 hour of Philadelphia, Atlantic City and Cape May. Our pull-through site was a bit short for our 26' travel trailer. Very good communication with the staff for reservation. I would definitely recommend this campground and I would not hesitate to come back.

| CALL Ahead before 3PM!

By user-5804063... on 2017-10-23.

The office is not open after 3PM! Call ahead. Was here 9/1, went to Oldman's nearby which is not in RVParky

| Trailer park

By user-5871543... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-04-24 to 2015-04-26

This place needs to clean house! Enforce a speed limit. It's actually an trailer park people live here.

| Decent campground

By user-5831634... on 2018-03-14.

We stayed here for a few months. Nice large space, very large dog park. HUGE campground. They're building an in-ground pool (open summer 2018?). Only downfall is the terrible location. It is far from everything! 30 minutes to WalMart, and any major shopping areas. No good restaurants near by, town grocery store is very pricey. We'd stay again, just prepare ourselves for a long drive to do shopping. * electric was for monthly came out to be very expensive. We were not able to get detailed bill.

| Just ok....

By user-5795278... on 2018-07-06.

The park is full of run down campers and obvious people who live here. The pull-through sites are actually not pull through as in you get a long sight and then if you want to pull through to leave you literally have to hope you're not going to sink into the grass that's at the end of it because there's no road. When we got here it had rained for a few days and in order to straighten our camper I had to put on the four wheel drive and even then we were sinking in mud on the camper and on the dually. Also in an effort for them to save money they put side by side hookups in one spot instead of splitting them so every other camper is facing the opposite direction which means your door is facing your neighbor's door with maybe 15 feet between you (not a comfortable set up unless you are together) . If you want Wi-Fi you must buy it and if you want cable even after you hook up to the outside connection you must go to the office and get a box then disconnect your cables in the camper and put this box in between. It doesn't come with instructions on what to do then so you have to figure it out or call someone to come down. They have apparently corrected there speed issues mentioned in a previous review with a ridiculous amount of huge speed bumps on entry into the campground. If you stay for a week you pay electric and we have seen reports of abuse with that so take a pic of the meter on arrival. To sum it up. .. If you are just passing through and are desperate for a place to stay this will work.