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Mill Bridge Village & Campresort
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Reviewed 11 July 2013

We stayed for an extended weekend in July 2013. We have a 30 foot toy-hauler with 2 slides.The site we had was very small (we had a pull-thru site) and the electric hook-up was on the passenger side. Everything seemed well-kept. The check-in process was good. They have a small pool which seemed well-kept. The game room was nice and they had bingo which the kids liked very much! This is a good campground to use as a "base camp" while visiting the Lancaster area. We probably won't return as we like more space and privacy. When something is called a "resort"..... this campground would not come to mind!

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Teresa1569
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Reviewed 1 July 2013

We visited Mill Bridge during the middle of the week and enjoyed our stay. Some of the pull-through sites are very close together, but getting a site that backs up to the creek allowed for the privacy that we wanted.
The mill on the property from the 1700's is very nice and is set up like a museum. The antiques there and in the game room are a very nice touch.
The pool is small, but was welcomed on the hot days we were there.
I would return to this campground without hesitation.

Room Tip: Get a campsite that backs up to the creek!
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 18 June 2013

We traveled to Mill Bridge Village in September 2012. This was our first camping stay there. I had driven through the campground years ago but just never stayed there. We decided to give it a try. There were 3 couples in our group and we were able to get 3 sites side by side. Our site was very nice. Enough room for our 36 ft. motorhome and we all of our hook ups were on the drivers side where they should have been. The other two couples had to split hook ups so it was a little more challenging for them.

The campground was quiet except for the occasional farm animal noises. The check in process was smooth. The campground wasn't busy or crowded. We enjoyed our stay that weekend and then booked for a weekend in October 2012. We had to cancel that reservation for a number of reasons and they were very willing to credit our account our deposit for our stay in 2013.

I have read through many of the reviews and I am surprised at some of the peoples complaints of the campground. Some people need to realize that campgrounds were built many years ago when recreational vehicles were smaller and not mansions on wheels. They didn't have multiple slides on both sides and many people didn't require full hook ups, cable & wifi.

Something that may be helpful is letting people know that hook ups maybe split on the site that you may be on. This would be helpful when making a reservation, so that you are prepared for it upon your arrival.

A story that we will tell over and over is the Amish (working farm) next door to the campground have milk cattle and horses. Down near the TeePee site in the campground on Saturday evening one of the cows got out of the pasture and into the campground. While she didn't stray far from the herd, we were close enough to see her wandering around. Oh an just so everyone is aware, when you are near cows & horses, yes it will smell like a farm in the campground. It's nature. Your camping.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 29 April 2013

We camped at the Mill Bridge Campground in April with our new 26ft camper. The registration process was efficient and quite pleasant. Being rookies, the staff were helpful getting us settled in our campsite. It was beautiful!! The creek ran right behind us and during the day Amish buggies went up and down the road right on the other side of the creek and the Amish children walked up and back on their way to and from school. The showers and restrooms were adequate and the store offered a wide array of items that might have been needed. On-site were a covered bridge and a grist mill that we were able to walk through and the property was adjacent to a farm. This location is just perfect for touring Amish country, the farmers market, and lots of shopping at outlets. Bring your camera because it is just beautiful here!!

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank dherr55
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Reviewed 22 October 2012

We stayed here during the week, our purpose was to try out a recently purchased 5th wheel camper. Because this camper is larger than our previous one we asked for a pull through site in the parking area. The sites are close together, but it was what we asked for when making the reservation. Each site had two sets of full 50 amp cable/water/sewer hook ups all being on the same side of the trailer which was really nice depending on where your hook ups were located. Everything, including the Wi-fi worked great. We walked the grounds and found some spots along the creek which we will try to book for the next time. You can walk into the historic old mill which is beautiful and full of history. I thought the campground was very quiet and yet it is close to Route 30 and the shopping and tourist areas. Pool looked new and was covered for the winter. The gift shop was nice and the employee that worked there and checked us in was very friendly. We received the Good Sam discount. We will return for sure.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank 2854retiree
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