All I can say about Harbor Town is We Love It! It’s what we measure all others against. We’ve been there about 6 times over the last two years. It also helps that it’s close, I’m not a good car traveler. (Who would think? I buy a camper and I hate to ride in the truck)
What brings us back is the staff. They are so friendly, hard-working and keep the place in shape. Crazy Christie keeps the kids busy, there’s usually Pizza and Cotton Candy on Fridays, to go along with games in the clubhouse. Saturday they start early around 10am and keep the kids busy all day. (Field sports, dunk tanks, candy bar bingo, magic shows, balloon animals, clowns, games, and let’s not forget the chocolate slip and slide. And if they don’t like any of that, there’s a great heated pool, playground, and family fun center next door with complete with go karts. We usually hit those a few times, now that my son can drive one on his own, we must race. My daughter just giggles at every turn, and it just makes me laugh so hard.
Saturdays nights are my favorite, so many people out walking around, chatting with others, and Christie is the DJ in the pavilion with a variety of music. If you’re a gambling man, there’s even a 50/50 raffle to spice things up. My mother-in-law did win once and it’s usually a pretty good amount.
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The only thing on my wish list there, is the need for more trees. If your camper is parked East/West you get sun all day and night. We try to get site 141 which faces north/south so you get some shade in the afternoon. You can see more and make reservations at their site here. If you do go, please let me know what you think of the place. I have heard their Halloween weekend are great too!
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