We Stayed at Paradise Stream over Labor Day weekend 2010 with W/E/S hookups and had a wonderful time. They have a great selection of sites (wooded or shaded some over looking the pond, and some back up to a stream) for tents to big rigs which most are level. The campground is very clean and well kept and the staff is very helpful and courteous. The main bath house was clean and the other on Bliss ridge was older but was clean as well. Great Camp store with most of what you need. Don't forget to bring your groceries because you truly in the middle of god's country.
Saturday mornings an Amish family came to the campground in horse and wagon and sold homemade back goods that were very yummy. They also had another Amish family that came down at 2pm on Saturday and sold homemade pretzels and I can honestly say they were the best I have ever had.
If you watch tv while you camp bring movies they do not have cable and we were not able to get any stations through our antenna. But the kids didn't mind because we kept busy at the park and they had lots of activities all weekend. Good fishing in the pond as well as the stocked trout stream and wonderful views of the valley.
We defiantly will be back.
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