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February 3, 2011
East Berlin, Pennsylvania
March 5, 2005
From the moment you check in, you start feeling that "Disney" magic. We were welcomed at the gate with the words "Welcome home", and for a while, we wished it were our home!
Our kids loved the pool, there was enough space between us and the next campsite to have some privacy (and trees to help), and the bath houses were clean! Boats are available to rent at the marina, so we spent some time enjoying ourselves in Sea Raycers.
Transportation to everywhere Disney is quick and convenient--and not crowded when we were there (February). You can also use the perks of charging everything you eat or buy at the theme parks to your room bill--and having souvenirs delivered to a store at the campground so you can pick it up later and not have to carry it around with you all day.
For those who don't live on farms (as we do), there is a petting farm animal area for the kids, pony rides, and trail rides available, as well as carriage rides.
Every night, a Disney movie is offered, and there is a campfire sing-along. Restaurants are on-site, or you can cook your own--or (our choice) eat at the theme parks.
This campground is quite nice. For Disney, if one has the money for it, we still prefer staying at the deluxe Polynesian Resort, but when one wants to save money and still be on-site, I highly recommend this place.
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