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Foxwood Family Campground
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Reviewed 20 June 2012

I have been going to Foxwoods for a while now. Infact, I am now a seasonal. I have reviewed Foxwoods before. I am not the owner. I would like to point out somethings:
1. The owner is working very hard to improve the grounds. This is not going to happen over night. The campground is over 75 acres.
2. I have been spending time with the owner and have gone with him to a camper with a problem. He fixed thier problem right away. If he can not remedy the problem he moves the camper to another site.
3. As for the abandon trailers, if a trailer owner lets his unit fall into disrepair it is not easy to have that trailer removed. There are laws to protect renters. These laws protect renters who take care of their property and renters who do not. There is a secluded section in the campground that has a lot of these units stored for disposal. Also, yes there are still some trailers on sites but they are being worked on everyweek. If they are not being worked on they will be removed as soon as possible.
4. As for the electric problems, again there are over 200 sites. Sure there are some hook ups that need repair. There were a lot of sites repaired and readied for this season and then 4 weeks ago the campground got hit with a severe lightning storm. The grounds were struck in a couple different places knocking out the power.
5. As for the store, it is open on the weekends out of season and 7 days during the summer. In the off season it is hard to keep perishable items in stock.
6. As for checking on campers and their families, again during the summer there is routine checks. In the off season there are more checks than one may think. Besides, you are trying to get away for a good time. Do you want someone breathing down your neck telling you what to do? Do something wrong or get too rowdy and you will see security
7. As for the Rec Center, it is closed at this time. The junk you are refering to are materials for renovations.
8. The water in the campground is supplied by wells with electric pumps. Guess what, sometimes these pumps kick out. For the record sometimes well water has a sulfur smell to it. The sulfur smell does not make the water bad.
9. As for the dumpster, There is a lot of different species of wildlife that reside in the Poconos. And believe it or not tend to enjoy eating at the dumpster. I can tell you this first hand that they hit the dumpster every night and they do not have the best of manners. The dumpster gets cleaned as soon as possible.
10. There are a number of seasonal campers that have been there for many years and this year there are a lot more first year seasonals. The owner has regular seasonal meetings and we discuss all of these items listed. Many of the seasonals pitch in thier time to help out with repairs and security of campers. If anyone has a problem in the campground and the store is not open, if you see someone at a camper that seems approachable feel free to go up and ask for help. Every seasonal can get in touch with the owner or someone who can render you assistance.
In closing, it would be easy for me to ignore this bad review and let others think this place is bad, but it is not. It is better every weekend (unless Mother Nature reeks havoc) and in no time Foxwoods is going to be the place to be. Again, I AM NOT THE OWNER but I do know him and I try to help out anyway I can. He is working hard to make Foxwood a first rate campground.
A tip for all, if you are going camping bring some essentials with you. A pot or fry pan. Some bottled water, milk, food. creature comfort items. As for not being checked on, believe me someone knows you are there. If this review doesn't help, perhaps a nice stay in a motel will suit you better. One of those places leaves a light on for you. GOD BLESS AMERICA AND THE PEOPLE THAT PROTECT US.

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank skiffman
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Reviewed 18 June 2012

I have read some pretty bad reviews on this campground and in my opinion find them not to be quite accurate. Foxwood Campground is not a luxury resort by any means and if that is what you are looking for then you need to move on.....perhaps going to a hotel would be more to your taste or one of the more expensive "Camping Resorts" in the area. This place is not Disney World or Otter Lake nor does it claim to be and nor does it even come close to charging what they do. It's a campground plain and simple. Our family has camped here for the past few years, first going to Foxwood because we were looking for a campground close to the Delaware River. It's very convenient if you want to go tubing, canoeing, or rafting. We have wanted to do seasonal camping for a long time but the prices of other campgrounds in the area were way more than our budget would allow, especially when other campground fees only included 2 adults and then charged extra per child. We were looking at well over $4000 and that wasn't year round. There are plenty of activities for all who want to participate and there is a theme every weekend. The store is well stocked with food, gifts, and camping supplies. There is karaoke in the pavillion on Saturday nights in the summer and hay/fire truck rides every Saturday afternoon. We have found the other seasonal campers here are very friendly and welcoming to new comers. Always willing to help out any of the campground visitors to make their stay an enjoyable and memorable experience.

One recent reviewer mentions no one checking on them to see if they were alive. Campers and their privacy are a tricky balance. Most people want to be left alone while at basecamp to enjoy their camping experince with their family. Just because no one rolls up in your site wanting to check your pulse doesn't mean people are not on the lookout for your well being. This same reviewer also mentions not seeing anyone working during his stay. Well the property spans about 80 acres and efforts are made to perform maintenance tasks away and out of ear shot of guests when possible. I would agree with his assessment of the older trailers scattered around the property. They are of no danger to anyone and are an eyesore at the very worst. However, these are slowly but surely being removed.

Your stay here is what you make of it. There is nothing within reason the owner wouldn't do to make your stay a pleasurable one, just ask. This campground is a diamond in the rough. I'm confident one day this place will shine!!

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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3  Thank MK Y
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Reviewed 12 June 2012

We have been RVing for 16 years. We have had great success picking campgrounds from the internet. One low average visit in all of that time until now. The pictures on the internet do not portray the deplorable conditions that we found in the campground. First the positives: The location of the campground was great, easy access from the Highway and a terrific piece of property. Its too bad that the owners don't care. There was no staff that we saw just two workers in the "store' that did not even have milk for sale. We stayed for 4 nights because we were in a section of the grounds called the D loop and were the only ones there in an area that could accomodate at least a 50-75 campers. Not once in the 5 days did any staff come to see if we were alive. We saw no one working during those 5 days. There were exposes and faulty wiring everywhere we looked. The was about 50 abandoned RV's through out, many with doors open weeds growing up and in some bedding hanging out windows. There is a stream by the store that smelled vaguely of sewage. The "foxes den" i guess the adult lounge had holes in the ceiling, junk piled up, and broken equipment everywhere. The recreation center was close, looked abandoned and full of what appeared to be junk, I have a thirty amp rv and the breaker on our pole kept tripping, We woke up the first morning with no water until about 10 am. We asked and were told later the well broke, no warning not to drink the water or flush the lines. The well water actually curdled the non dairy creamer in our coffee. The rest rooms we looked in were filthy, the arcade at most of the kids money, the dumpsters where we had to bring our trash (only one place in the entire camp, looked like it hadnt been cleaned in a while. The landscaping was broken (land scape lights lying in the road) zero lighting at night, need I go on. Foxwood campground needs to be owned by someone who cares. There was one fellow on a site who said that that was they way the place was run for the last 20 years. Needs a good shake down from the board of health, the building inspectors and any other state agency in Pennsylvainia that counts.

Room Tip: the KOA in the area looked OK no live sewer hook up, they have a pump out fee, 5 dollars per service. Otter lake was very nice not easily accessible though.
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank Tom C
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Reviewed 25 March 2012

I don't understand these complaints at all, it's called camping people, you are not staying in a hotel! yes you will be on a mountain (pocono mountains! lol) and yes it will be buggy and yes you might smell things from time to time, helloooo you are outside! the pool is older because of years of family fun! are you going to buy a new pool everytime you see some wear and tear on it? my family was there labor day 2011 and the kids had a blast, they had things for the kids to do all weekend (hayrides, candy bingo, small crafts, dj with karaoke). we liked it so much that we ended up buying a trailer and now we will be seasonals there this yr. the seasonals all seem to work together to help get things ready for the upcoming season and thats how it should be, we are looking forward to a great summer at foxwoods!

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank Dawn R
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Reviewed 4 March 2012

My family and I have gone to this campground for the past five years.We allways have good time, and if the kids are happy then the parent's are happy. Plenty of things to do there for both children and adults eg: playgrounds,swimming pool,basketball court,volleyball,baseball field,firetruck rides, hayrides, horseshoe's and the minature golf course. Thev'e really made huge improvements including an updated store,remodeled restrooms,landscaped grounds,freindly and efficient staff and a well stocked store for all your camping needs. The improvements their making will WOW you. They have gone above and beyond to make your camping experience the most memorible one so you can enjoy year after year. WAY TO GO FOXWOOD FAMILY CAMPGROUND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

Room Tip: Quiet and peaceful. great place for a family vacation. close enough to ammenities but far enough to relax. enjoy the outdoors and fresh air. freindly staff. family atmosphere
  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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