Anyway, here are a bunch of pictures from both campgrounds:
The stay at Prince Gallitzin was great. We were there for 3 nights. We got there much later than planned the first night, thanks to a missed exit on the good ol' Pennsylvania Turnpike, and we had to set the tent up in the dark. We finally laid down for the night, and were
Our last night of camping was at Pinchot:
For the first time camping with all of the kids, they really did great. They had a lot of fun and didn't argue and bicker too terribly much. They got bored at times and wanted to go run around, but we didn't have a lot of time so they didn't get to do too much other than hang out with us, but they seemed to enjoy it. They didn't even complain too much about having to sleep on the ground (ok, they had sleeping bags, so they weren't on the ground, but you know what I mean) and they all said that they would like to do it again. We're talking about camping again next year when we do TMOART:13 so we'll see what happens when that time comes!