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rtaylor0830

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Posted: 03/10/12 09:59am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I will be taking my family to lake raystown resort in june we will be in the birch area any comments on the campground and if it is well suited for young children are appreciated

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We are interested in your post too. We are booked for a trip there this summer too. Thanks for the post.





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Been there many times. The main activity of the resort is of course boating and water sports. The sites are nice, but just water and electric hookups. Bathouses are fairly clean. There is a nice restaurant and marina area in the park-also located here is river boat "Proud Mary" which you can cruise the river on if you want. They used to rent boats from the marina-I think they still do (we have our own), so not sure if they still do. There is also a water park, pool and rec area near the main check in area. You will need to drive to most activities in the park because it is very spread out. The lake is absolutely beautiful. We truely love going to this campground.

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Have never stayed there, but have spent some time at the resort and driven through all the loops. The main lodge has a good restaurant and other facilities. There is the normal activities for kids, but everything is spread out a long way from end to end. IMO, Seven Points Rec Area is a lot more kid and family friendly, with all the different camp grounds, marina and visitors center.


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Very nice place jusy water & electric hook ups, it gets very crowded there on the weekends like most places but mostly with the boaters. Not sure where you are in campground but if you are lakeside of course they are the best sites. Have a great time.


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Scratch that. I misunderstood the question. I'm talking about the COE campground not the resort. I've never been there.

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