Before and after flooding: Timberline ready for Labor Day weekend

By Jillian Marshall

August 29, 2014 Updated Aug 29, 2014 at 6:47 PM EDT

Friendsville, PA (WBNG Binghamton) Last week, a popular vacation spot was flooded with water, threatening the upcoming Labor Day weekend. On Friday, it almost looked like a flood never happened.

Action News headed back to a Susquehanna campground on Friday to see how Timberline Campground was recovering from flooding.

Very little evidence of last week's flood could be seen, despite the fact that water tore out two roads and cluttered the dam with docks, boats and more.

On Friday, everything was clear, with the exception of a few misplaced docks, leaving campers optimistic about their celebration of the "last weekend of summer."

"It feels good because this is finally it for the summer. Some of the water system here may have been compromised, but other than that, the roads are open, the culvert that got washed out here has been repaired and everything seems to be somewhat normal. We're here, that's all that matters," said camper Dan Cullings, from Binghamton.

Cullings said the roads were fixed in just a few days.

Timberline Campground management told Action News the campground is ready for this weekend's visitors, and the only thing left to do is some yard work.