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Stayed in two different areas of West Branch State Park while visiting Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Very impressed with large, clean bath houses, including fully private showers. Sites were very large and spread out, visit bing lots of nice privacy. Though we did not take advantage, the park also…
This beautiful campground is host to many music festivals during the camping season. That being said do not go if you're uncomfortable with a lot of partying and loudness! This isn't the place for everybody but if that's what you're looking for you've found it here! If you just want to swim and…
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Stayed in a primitive site. We were the only ones in that area for the weekend. It was away from the in RVs but close enough to the bathrooms.
Tomlinson Run is a small state park situated in the northern panhandle of West Virginia nestled between eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. Plenty of things to do there including but not limited to…. Mini golf, hiking trails, biking, swimming, fishing, paddle boats, parks for the kids, and of…
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OverLl great campground. The sites are a little close together but we still enjoyed our time there. Staff is super friendly and there was plenty for the kids to do, pool, arcade, fishing, and playground. Decent size dog park to let your dogs run and decent trails nearby.
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We have just returned from our first stay at Punderson and have no complaints! Sites are smallish, but clean, mostly level and well kept, as is the camping area in general. There are NO pull-through sites I am aware of. Had a picnic with nearby family at one of the pavilions… again, neat and clean…
Small sites, oddly set up. Our site was an not level cement pad, then a slippery slope down to our fire pit. No cell reception. The lake was very full of algae, no swimming.
We camp at West Branch yearly with our grandsons. This is our second year on site 163. We love the view of the lake. Unfortunately, this year the poison ivy was abundant in the woods surrounding our site, and I was concerned the boys or the dog might get into it. There are raised roots near the pad…
Many many unlevel spots in nonelectric sites. Only one playground in full hookup RV area, hard to get to. Beach access hike is at least 1.7 miles walk from loop C. You have to drive to many of the hikes and beach especially if you have children. Positives are it's very quiet. You don't see many…
No complaints. Flat spot, hook-ups work as they should. Randy quickly responded to our phone calls and was very accommodating upon arrival.
Very nice place. Peaceful and pleasant. Nice moon views and away from hustle and bustle. Only turn off was a man that worked there that kept making sure your outside light were turned off. Annoying
Huge place. Lots of room with plenty of shaded sites. Well maintained with new owners who are very pleasant. Old fashioned camping with fire rings where no one bothers you.
We stay here a couple of times per year and every time it’s a blast. The swimming pond has inflatables and boat rentals. There’s good fishing, and typically lots of activities. The place is clean and friendly with a pretty good selection at the camp store.
Great spot. Only $30 for 2 nights. Has electric hook up but not a water hook up. Does have fresh water in different areas of the campground for use. Would camp here again.
We enjoyed our three-day stay at Raccoon Street State Park in Pennsylvania. We used it as a jumping off point to explore Pittsburgh.
The campground is large and wooded, with good-sized sites. There are five different loops, so campsites are well-spread out throughout the area. One tip: each loop…