We had 4 couples in 4 rooms. For the price there was no WOW factor. Lodge rooms are run down and out of date. The furniture was worn out with multiple repairs. Wallpaper was pealing off the walls. There is no access to the lake unless you drive to the marina or camping area, and that was small. The restaurants at the marina, which you had to drive to, had limited selections, and were not great for the high price. Double check the cancelation and refund policy, it should be a red flag that this is not a great place to stay. Rented a pontoon boat for half a day, which was new and very nice, but was limited to what part of the lake we could use. Didn't see as much of the lake as we wanted. I would rate the lodge a three, no better than a medium priced hotel.
On the up side what we saw of the lake was geogous, this part of PA is hilly and beautiful. I will retun to see more of this country but not at this 'RESORT'.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you're looking for family fun in a naturally gorgeous location, no need to look further. Lake Raystown Resort is Central Pennsylvania's top destination. With 400 acres of waterfront property, endless activities and top-rated accommodations for any budget, this is the type of vacation that will leave you feeling surprised and refreshed. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Lake Raystown Hotel Entriken