The campground is made for RV's, it is clean but close together . My husband and friends booked the a tent site as an end of season camping trip. We have an 8 man tent and are used to camping "in nature". They have 5 tent sites, 3 of which are right on the street so headlights, revving engines and noise are a nightly event and 2 of which are literally on the historic Mexico cemetery...creepy! The sites themselves were adequate with a picnic table and a firepit but the location was poor. 99percent of visitors are RV'S so if that is your thing, you will enjoy it as the campground is well maintained. Just don't expect a rustic camping experience if your tenting.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Buttonwood Campground is a family oriented, full-service campground with tons of activities, amenities, and friendly staff to make your visit enjoyable! The RV sites are large, level sites with 30 or 50 amp electric hook up, sewer, water & cable. Camp at a tent site or in one of the lovely cabins as well. Enjoy a float down the Juniata River, do some fishing, then relax around a campfire. Kids and adults can participate in our scheduled activities. The mini-golf, laser tag, water wars, swimming pool, and jumping pillow appeal to the young and young-at-heart alike! Contact Buttonwood Campground for your next camping adventure! ... more less