The owners allowed two full grown Rottweilers into the park even though the rules indicate the are prohibited. While walking my two miniature schnauzers well across the street from the Rottweilers, the dogs broke loose, knocked me down and tried to get my dogs which were between me and a huge evergreen. After the attack the park insisted it was within its rights to permit these dogs because they were emotional support dogs. They promised to provide me with a report from the owners of the dogs, had the Sheriff deputy come out and talk with me who insinuated I could get a copy of a report. I was given a report number by the sheriff. The dog owners left the park without giving me their information, the sheriff did not file a report and the owners of the park would not provide me with the dog owners names. I will never go to that place again. It is a "good ole boys" outfit. The sheriff told me I will have to file a suit against the park to get reimbursement for any medical needed for me or my dogs. Reminds me of the movie "Deliverance:. You are on your own.…
We arrived about 35 minutes after close in a rain storm, and staff stayed late to guide us to our site. The site was beautiful and large. The whole CG is clean, has a nice pool and is quiet. There are many options for day trips within an hour’s drive. We enjoyed our time here and suggest you stay too
Beautifully kept campground with a number of amenities, especially for the younger kids. Very friendly staff and campers. Our only drawbacks were on us. Clearly smoking is more accepted so there was frequently the smell in the air. Also, there is no late check in. Get there by 8 or you don’t get in. Not an issue for most but we were coming from MA and had a few hiccups along the way. I would love to stay again.
staff is very unprofessional...very people unfriendly..the manager gary there gives the whole campsite a bad name..hes very nasty...and thinks he s god of the campsite...he makes the rules up as he goes along.....so need to get a brochure of campsite rules and regulations...me and my family never had a worst experience before
This is a great place to stay if you want to disconnect from the rest of the world. Other than that, the Wi-Fi is absolutely terrible and the television has a lot of static. I stayed here last year and had the same issue so this will more than likely be my last Stay here.
Terrible management Never again. Ugh. The place looks rundown and staff is very rude. The workers will hound people left and right while being rude about it. It was 9 o’clock and the guys came around a few times reminding us when quit time is. We know when quit time is so stop coming around policing every 5 min.
My family and I stayed for the weekend on 7/31-8/2 and we had an excellent experience. The grounds are very clean, the bathrooms were clean (other than a few spiders) basically every time I went to use them staff was cleaning them. I didn't mind at all! They had lots of free activities, my kids loved the bouncy pillow and the pool. The staff was friendly and very welcoming. They delivered our wood right after were bought it. The other campers were very friendly too, I love the atmosphere everyone was nice, I will certainly be visiting again for the summer ends.
We visit Ramblin Pines at least 4 times year and it is well run, clean, and staff is friendly. Often when we go, we notice something that has been improved or repainted, etc. When we went in June, the campground was following orders carefully to keep campers and staff safe through COVID-19. I want to let them know how much we appreciated the precautions they have taken and enforce, such as requiring masks in the office. Staff was very diligent about keeping any items clean that had been shared by other campers, and we were very impressed with the system they had in place for social distancing in the pool area. Pool staff kept seats clean, chairs were kept at a distance, and a sign up system was in place to reduce crowds. They have created new activities that can be enjoyed in a safe manner. We will most definitely be back several times per year!…
This campground has the most uptight campers. They act like if you’re under 55 your a child There’s permanent seniors at site C5 that complain about everything and watch and yell and say rude things to your children and call them “STUPID” and take photos of you from their kitchen windows until 2am. They will make false complaints, which is why the campsites next to them are always available on holiday weekends. The older men on golf carts are usually grumpy, they wave out of habit and give ya a slight controlling attitude. I’ve been camping 35 years, traveled far and wide and this is THE WORST family campground I’ve ever experienced! I’ve never been at a campground that treated families the way this place does. To add, they lied about sign up times to use the pool(Covid restrictive so I understand) but when they break THEIR OWN RULES I was even more disappointed. 35 years worth of camping experience and I had my first bad camping experience but like I said, it’s the campers they have. The ones that think they’re in a 55 and older community. I recommend looking elsewhere unless you’re in a pinch and don’t want to camp traditionally. Dog park area is okay though. Pond has geese crap everywhere, watch out(not camps fault just be careful) arcade is available but junk, laundry is available but expensive. Really just stayed to visit my sister nearby, I should’ve stayed in her backyard to be honest. No golf carts allowed, no scooters or electric bikes. WiFi is allegedly included but no matter where you go it will not work. Big place with big disappointments. Also, BIG SURPRISE we weren’t informed of until we arrived, gate key is needed if you leave for any reason and return after dark..$40! You don’t have to purchase one, but if you’re after hours tough luck because campers are usually inside trying to sleep by 9pm. Not a place for fun. Never returning. Campground won’t help with terrorists they’re too concerned about harassing a few dog owners nearby and sitting on a golf cart. Below are photos of bully campers-if you want privacy and a good time steer clear of site C5 and this vehicle…
We camped here Labor Day weekend. They had some activities for the adults and kids. The site was very long (at least 50 ft) but it could have been a little more level. This campground is near Baltimore and about half an hour from the Metro station if you want to go into DC. Store was limited. We have 3 people take us to the site and helped us back in. (We didn't really need their help backing in but it was a nice gesture.) Loved being in the woods with lots of trees. The bathrooms were clean but small. I have stayed here a couple times before and I would stay again. I traveled in a 32 ft motorhome.