Q: How far away is Knoebels Amusement Resort from the campground?
A: We are located 13 miles from Knoebels. The scenic drive to Knoebels typically takes about 15 minutes. (Click on Driving Directions)
Q: Do you have bathrooms, hot showers and laundry facilities?
A: Yes. Flush toilets and hot showers are available at no charge. A coin operated washer and dryer are located in the bath house. As you can see on our campground map, the bath house is centrally located in the campground.
Q: Do you have a playground and swimming pool?
A: We recently purchased playground equipment and have a basketball area. The stream is a great place for the kids to cool down on those hot summer days. There is no swimming pool at the campground, but we highly recommend Knoebels Amusement Resort's olymic size swimming pool with water slides. The Sunbury Youth and Community Center also offers a swimming pool for a small fee.
Q: Do you take credit cards or checks?
A: Only cash payment is accepted on the day you arrive. We do accept checks when you are paying a deposit to reserve a campsite for a future visit. Reservation checks must be received at Irish Valley Campground at least 2 weeks prior to your arrival. We're sorry, we do not accept credit cards.
Q: Must I make a reservation prior to arriving?
A: Reservations are recommended, but not necessary. It's always a good idea to call in advance to let us know that you're coming. By notifying us in advance, we will have your campsite ready for you when you arrive.
Q: Do you sell firewood and ice?
A: Yes, Ice and firewood are available, but we do not offer a fully stocked camp store at this time. We offer a generous supply of firewood for $3.00; or a tractor loader of wood delivered to your site for $20.00. Seasonal campers may purchase a dump truck load of slab wood cut to length and delivered for $100. An 8 pound bag of ice is only $1.75.
Q: Are there convenience stores or supermarkets nearby?
A: Yes, The Augustaville Outpost, located about 4 minutes from the campground on Route 890, offers a small store, diner and carries a local favorite... Maurer's hand dipped ice cream. The Outpost carries items such as milk, bread and rolls, condiments, drinks, and they've added jumbo marshmallows for smores!. Angie's Market is located on Route 225 in Trevorton. Also, there is an A Plus Market, which sells gasoline, just minutes away on Route 225 in Trevorton. There is another A Plus Market with gasoline seven miles away on Route 890, near the junction with Route 61. There is a small supermarket on Route 487 in Elysburg and a large Weis Markets supermarket on North Fourth Street in Sunbury.
Q: What type of electrical service do you have at the campsites?
A: Our campsites are equipped with a 30 amp electrical service. 50 amp electric service is only available on pull-through campsites #9 and #11 at this time. If you require the 50 amp electrical service, please tell us when reserving your campsite. Like most campgrounds, the electrical boxes are located on every other campsite. Depending on the length of your RV's electrical cord, you may want to bring a heavy duty extension cord with you. Electricity on seasonal campsites is metered.
Q: Are we allowed to have visitors come to our campsite?
A: Yes, visitors are welcome provided they follow campground rules. Unlike many campgrounds, we have no daytime visitor fees between the hours of 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. Adult visitors who would like to remain at the campground after 8 p.m. are subject to a $5 visitor fee. The visitor fee for children 6 to 17 is $ 3.00. Children 5 and under are always free. Paying this fee allows the visitor to stay overnight on a registered campers campsite. Visitors may remain after 8 p.m. at no charge provided they are staying to participate in a scheduled campground activity, such as to play bingo or ride on the hayride. When the activity is finished, visitors should depart the campground or pay the visitor fee if they choose to remain at the campground.
Q: Are pets allowed?
A: Yes. Pets must be kept on a leash and never left unattended. Barking or disruptive dogs are very annoying to others and will not be tolerated. Please clean up after your pet.
Q: Do you have cabins to rent?
A: We're sorry, our cabins are not available to rent at this time.
Q: What does it mean when a campground has quiet hours?
A: Campgrounds designate quiet hours so that campers can enjoy a good night's sleep. Show respect for other campers and keep your talking to a whisper during quiet hours. If you're an RV'er, refrain from running your generator. Try to arrive at the campground early enough to set up camp before it gets dark. Our quiet hours are from 11:00 P.M. through 8:00 A.M.