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So fun for our crew of 5 which includes 2 adults, 2 tweens and 1 teen. Clean, family friendly. The kids loved the swing, diving board and high platform. Bonus we could bring in our own food and drinks.
people here are saying it is over priced - but it is a well cared for place with lots of amenities - Kayaks and tubing - deep lake high dive and high rope/metal swing - all the rafts and decking are made of the recycled...More
This lake is so small, especially the roped area . Just a few swimmers and you feel like you have no room . The water looks dirty . There is an odd smell also . It is $19 to get in , what does that...More
1. Its 19 dollars to get in, which is definintly steep for what you get.
2. We went as a group of adult friends and definintly felt out of place, it's mostly families with young children. So, it's definitely a safe environment for families.
I have lived nearby and driven by the lake my entire life, but haven’t ever visited until this year.
The lake “felt” clean. The parts where you can stand are sandy so you don’t feel like you’re standing in lake sludge. The lake water is...More
I have been here many times over the years, especially when I was young. In recent years, however, I have abstained from going to this lake because of the price. It's upsetting because Mt. Gretna Lake is a fun and summery place to go, but...More
This is our second year coming here. The first year I brought my then 12 year old son (just turned 12) with his friend and this year I brought my now 13 and 16 year old sons with the 16 year old bringing a 17...More
Didn't use the actual faciliites at the lake, but we entered the grounds and toured the faciliites. Looks like a great place for swimming, canoeing, and just relaxing and having fun! Was a very clean area with very clean bath house and restrooms!