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  • Tracy R
    Brooklyn, NY6 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    I wasn't expecting much, but I had a great time. The food is all affordable and the Pina coladas as well. The only thing I didn't enjoy were the bees. I would go again
    Written 23 August 2023
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  • Emily M
    Albrightsville, PA57 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    There are so many stores here there's definitely something for everyone. There are some stores that everyone knows and loves and then others that are more unique. Despite being an outlet, the prices aren't typically any better, although some stores do better sales than others. For example, the Old Navy is just a regular Old Navy store. Don't expect outlet prices just because it's at an outlet mall. But it's still a fun place to spend a day checking out a bunch of stores and grabbing a bite to eat all in one convenient area.
    Written 6 July 2023
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  • Amy C
    Highgate Center, VT59 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We took the drive up and it was well maintained and easy to maneuver. Picnic areas, bathrooms, and tower viewers were all waiting for us. The weather was not in our favor that day (on and off rain showers) but still made for gorgeous views.
    Written 18 May 2024
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  • Brad McNutt
    4 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A little pricey for what you get. The 1000' zipline and coaster are both fun, but for $24 and $18 respectively, its not a great value. Then on top of that, they hit you for $12 to park. If you got 2 runs on each, that would be a lot more appropriately priced. Whatever you do, don't get the adrenaline trio. The tubing is a waste of time (way way too short of a run) and for the additional $18 you spend for that, you could use that for another run on one of the other two. Would've love to have tried the 4000' zipline, but it was closed.
    Written 1 July 2023
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  • Pema
    New York2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This place is a gem!! We were @ camelback for 2nights and on our leaving day we stopped by this park & kids had blast there exploring the park! It’s huge and fun for kids. My kids fav was zip line :) and they have so many picnic table to sit & rest!!
    Written 26 April 2024
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  • Amy C
    Highgate Center, VT59 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was bigger than expected and nicely laid out. It has a nice booth design and things were easily accessible. Reasonable prices and a large variety of items.
    Written 18 May 2024
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  • Karen K
    New York City, NY4 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Yes, I’m a middle-aged white woman named Karen, so prepare for a long talk-to-the-manager rant, directed at both Camelback itself, and the general way that evolving technology sometimes makes things worse instead of better for the average person.

    I hadn’t been skiing since I moved to South Jersey five years ago, so when my sister invited me to go to Camelback with her family, I was looking forward to testing out my ski legs by going down the slopes a few times, even though I knew that this late in the season, conditions weren’t going to be very good. When we got there, it was obvious that most of the slopes were bare and only a few chair lifts were running, but I got my equipment together and took the shuttle bus from the hotel to the ski lift area, only to find out that the staff there were not allowed to actually sell me a ticket without charging me DOUBLE what it would cost online. Even though I was right there, all ready to have someone swipe my card and print out a ticket, I was told that if I didn’t want to spend twice as much money, I would have to find somewhere to sit down and presumably spend 10 minutes going online, plugging my credit card info into the website, etc., and then wandering over to the kiosk where presumably I’d have to spend another 10 minutes figuring out the instructions, doing something or other with a QR code, etc., and then if I did everything right, maybe finally getting my ticket. The fact that Camelback wanted me to jump through hoops just to give them my money for what I knew would be a fairly lousy ski day was a complete disincentive for me, so I just took my skis back to the hotel. The experience left a really bad taste in my mouth.

    The same goes for the snow tubing. My sister’s husband had already bought their tickets online weeks earlier. I would’ve happily paid money to go along with them for a half an hour, so I went to the counter at the hotel that theoretically should’ve been able to sell me a ticket, with my debit card all ready. But again, I was told that no one at the lodge could actually sell me a ticket—it had to be done online. Even though I’m (obviously) very opposed this in principle, I still might’ve gone online to buy a ticket, except that just then it started raining. Fortunately, the rain cleared up in time for the rest of the group to spend about a half an hour snow tubing, so the money they pre-spent on non-refundable tickets wasn’t completely wasted, but at that point my already tepid interest in going tubing was effectively killed.

    I know Camelback isn’t crying over the $130ish in potential revenue they lost from me that day due to their all-online policy. Presumably, for every person like me who is so annoyed at being forced to jump through hoops to spend money that she storms away in a huff, Camelback gets to collect money from dozens and dozens of other people who might’ve looked at the conditions that day and decided NOT to spend money to slog to the slopes, but who had already had been forced to buy non-refundable tickets in advance. I would imagine that some of those people, like me, leave the resort with a bad taste in their mouths. I understand that, from a profit-driven perspective, Camelback’s policy makes sense. After all, geographically, their winter season is maybe 2½ months long, and of that season there are probably maybe 14 days max that could be considered “good,” with most lifts running. But as a company that is supposed to be in the business of “hospitality,” it seems short-sighted and self-defeating to give their guests a bad experience.

    Admittedly, this was the first time I had been to a ski resort in five years. I hope to god they don’t all operate this way now. I mean, I understand the benefit to the resort of pre-selling tickets, and I could totally understand if online purchases were maybe $10 - $15 cheaper. I would’ve had no problem paying that much extra for the convenience of having someone just take payment from me and give me a ticket so I could go straight to the chair lift without spending 20 minutes figuring out their self-checkout system. But not twice as much, especially on a day with lousy conditions. And, yes, I realize that the online/kiosk process probably isn’t that difficult. Obviously in this day and age I buy things online all the time and use multiple apps for different things. But when I’m on vacation, I just don’t want the stress of trying to figure something out. Not when there are employees right there who should be able to help me.

    It just seems so strange to me to have employees working on site who can’t actually take money from the customers who want to spend money without charging them an exorbitant penalty fee. Thirty years ago I spent a winter working at a ski lodge, which was one of the best experiences of my life, so I can relate to the people working at Camelback and wouldn’t want to blame them—they all seemed lovely. I didn’t want to direct my annoyance at them. Camelback’s all-online policy seems as odd to me as a 1-800 customer service phone line hiring humans to answer calls just to tell those customers that their issues can only be resolved if they press the correct sequence of numbers as they navigate through the automated prompt system they must be patched into. At Camelback, I just wanted to buy a ticket from a human. If it wouldn’t have resulted in me being filmed and going viral as a crazy “Karen,” I might’ve decided to walk up to the ticket kiosk and then smack it over and over while screaming at it “tALk tO A hUmAN!!!!” (I know, I know….dramatic. But that’s not how I want to feel when I’m on vacation. I want things to be easy and hassle-free.)

    Sadly, I know this rant isn’t going to change how Camelback operates. With a large slopeside resort that has the Aquatopia indoor waterpark (which the kids in our group really enjoyed), they have a largely captive audience. As an older woman with no young kids, I know I’m not their target demographic. But since they do have a lot of rooms right on the slopes and the Poconos are the closest resort to where I live, I still would’ve considered going there for a night or two during the height of the season just to try to get my ski legs back. But based on the aggravation involved in simply trying to buy a ski lift ticket, I’ll look for other options next year. I sincerely hope that other resorts offer service to their in-person customers.

    Okay, end rant. 😊
    Written 23 March 2024
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
  • Theresa
    Bartonsville, PA21 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lots of great plants to choose from. Also have great bakery items and produce. Also has some landscaping materials to choose from.
    Written 17 September 2019
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  • Mackenzie K
    8 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    If you are first time player, or even if you've played a bunch, strap on your boots and get ready for a heck of time. They have everything you need for a three hour session of paintball you aren't about to forget.

    AND, we were there for a bachelor party. We didn't pay for a package or ask for special treatment, but the staff had a great sense of humor, putting the groom in a bright orange jump suit, and even set us up for a couple of special games specifically for our group.

    This was three of the most intense hours I've experienced in a long time and I can't wait to go back!
    Written 31 October 2021
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
  • ssaatch
    Port Washington, NY76 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    They have something special going here. But the check in process was horrendous and a lot of misinformation was disseminated. I would return as it seems to be the best option during the winter to get some turns in at the mountain while the kids enjoy themselves.
    Written 31 March 2024
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
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