Otter Creek is a beautiful park that is being managed by two unstable people that contradict eachother and do not abide by their own rules.
Eventhough she has a countertop full of brochures, pamphlets,the rules seem to change daily. Request a copy of all registration documents/forms and record any conversations that you should have with either of the managers, Kevin or Paula, should you decide to stay there.
Chances are you will need them for proof when she calls the state police on you with ficticious charges that will be read to you by her phony security guard that is actually a weekend camper.
We never complained about the park owner's huge Lab, Blue Heeler, and St. Bernard (that they dog-sat.) were never on a leash and plundered through our trash and interrupted our outdoor meals.
The office was always closed. If you needed to talk to them about anything you would have to chase Paula down then put up with her complaining and listen to the slander against the other campers. She complained about campers to the others and seemed to fabricate lies on most of the workers that stayed at the park. She called the welders union to try to garnish campers paychecks for non payment of utilities, which she first said were included in the rent.
She also tried to collect utilities from campers that did not have a meter. She also contacted the Construction Company and supposedly showed up at the office trying to garnish wages of workers that thought they had left here on good terms. She accused on of our men of being gay because he was sharing a camper with another gentlemen simply because they were out of town working on the same job together. Both men are married, although it is none of the park owner's business what anyone' sexual orientation is, I believe that is discrimination.
She accused the married men in the park of having girlfriends. She claimed they confided in her and begged her not to tell their wives when the wives visited the park. She also stated that running the park was like running a daycare and the campers were like kids that she had to manage.
Such a shame.....this is truly a beautiful place and so many of us "out of towners" have had a horrible experience in York County thanks to Otter Creek. I sincerely hope that the park will be overtaken by some wonderful locals with pride in York County and people skills.