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Most lots are gravel with the exception of the handicapped spots. Tomlinson Run has added a few 50amp spots this year 2021. Sites are electric only 30amp with a few 50amp. Plenty of hiking, fishing, paddle boating, mini golf, and swimming in the public pool.
This beautifully tree-filled campground is a bit off the beaten path, but definitely quiet, warm, and friendly. They have many seasonal sites that are well maintained, and several open spaces for short-term stays. Bathrooms/showers are clean, sites are gravel and level, and there is much shade to…
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Beautiful water, amazing folks, great food vendors, wonderful concerts, Swimming, Cliff Diving, very free and fun!
Relax, breath, and camp. Perfect spot.
This Campground is quiet, full of fun, for families or older people.
Many pull through lots, with patios. 50. 30. Full hookup, (sewer and Electric) back in, pull through, tent sites, cabins, teepees. Swimming pool, private bathrooms and…
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Our first visit to this campground and we actually found from using this website! We wanted a secluded site and close to Pittsburgh.
We arrived around 7pm and there was no check in, we drove around for a while trying to find a spot with a fire ring per some helpful campers. There are two…
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Kozy Rest was our first stop with our new TT. It was a wonderful first experience! Employees were happy to help and just to chat. Great camp store and super clean bathrooms and recreation hall. LOVE!
We loved our stay! We definitely lucked out with one of the best campsites; we were right next to the creek, it was super spacious and super private. There’s rough terrain so typically these sites are walk in but there wasn’t many people so they allowed us to take our truck which was very…
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We stayed here for a quick overnight stop. We have a 40’class A and flat tow a Jeep. We use both the RV Garmin 890 & RV Trip Wizard and both had us doing some crazy side roads to get into the KOA. Be sure to use the park’s directions for an easier drive in. Totally fine when we left using their…
I think the above description written by Katie was a very authentic and eloquent way to describe the ledges quarry park separated from the actual state park. To me the ledges quarry is heaven on earth, anyone is family and all are welcome.. ✌✌also they hold AA meetings there on tues at 6p. 😊
Nice quiet weekend, nice amenities. Will surely Camp this park again.
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Good location for outdoor and city experiences, along with a relaxing getaway. Workers and permanent campers are very friendly with all the amenities necessary on site, including nice dog park. A small campground that didn’t have many kids for ours to play with during our visit. In addition, hill…
Close to where we live so it's an easy drive and a great start to the season to shake out anything that may not be working since bringing de-winterizing our camper.
Large open campground with plenty of stuff to do for everyone and plenty of activities throughout the summer months as well.
We have a large group that has stayed there for the last 6 years..always a great time and friendly people.. mostly fair goer's...best tent sites around.. looking forward to this year.
This campground is not free. It was $28 for a non-electric site and I believe I was told it was almost $40 for a site with an electric hookup. There's a picnic table and fire ring at each site, and mine had a hammock post, but I'm not sure if they all do. There are trails and fishing so plenty to…
The Sioux sites at Raccoon are open year round. No electricity but there is a water pump and the pit toilets are clean and well (solar) lit 24 hrs. Four sites, each offers some privacy though we had the place to ourselves in early March.
The nearby hiking is great. Try the Wetlands trail for a…