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We travel here from PA every year for their Halloween weekend and returned one summer to enjoy the other options for activities. They have tons of things for Children including a waterpark, a jumping pillow, ziplining, trick or treating, haunted trails, etc. The options are endless.
After you get here, theres no reason to leave because they have a store on site as well as an icecream shop!
These campsites are accessible by boat ONLY! They are in an area of the lake that has a lot of boat traffic, the waterfront spots usually book a few weeks in advance and are in a wake zone. There is mooring along both sides of the campground. Some weekend get slightly loud because of college kids, but most are mindful of younger children if you ask them to keep it down
We stayed here as a last resort site for a spur of the moment camping trip. Over all we had a blast! The campsites sit on slight inclines but aren't overbearing. They provided shaded area and are accessible to the shoreline! We could not see any of our neighbors, but could still hear them(which isnt a problem for us) they are 100% electricity free, so you have to bring a generator if you want electricity. They have vault toilets available and water from a hand pump for camper use!
Rocky Gap has a large number of water activities available (boating, fishing, swimming) and two beaches. There are approximately 35 miles of mountain biking/hiking trails around the lake and on the surrounding hills.
If camping is not to the liking of everyone in your party there is a golf course and casino on one side of the lake. Something for a lot of tastes.
Only down side is that even on a Tuesday the camp and beaches were quite busy, so a little on the noisy side.
We had a really nice camping experience here. Tent camping at an electrical site. We were on the outside edge of the pet loop so there was some nice shade there. Everyone was friendly. And what a lovely state park. The beaches were great. We went canoeing on the lake. And had fun just hiking around a bit. No luck fishing, but there was one fella who found a good spot. Note: sites can be a bit small or awkward for campers. Our neighbor had a bit of a rough time accessing our shared electric box and we had to put our tent right on the edge because the rest of the campsite was a little muddy and there were roots sticking up—minor issues! Some of the sites were on an incline or i the middle of a field—which is good for some. Just make sure you check the pictures so you know what you’re getting!
One of the best quiet campgrounds in western PA! Located close to Yellowcreek State Park! The facilities here are absolutely delightful! One of the cleanest I have ever been to! The grounds are well kept and the campers are friendly and always willing to help in a time of need! Don’t hesitate to stop by this slice of heaven for sure!
We have camped at the que family rec for several years. We always loved and enjoyed our stay there. Ken and his staff do a wonderful job with the park and great customer service also. Whenever we had any requests or any complaints Ken and his crew always took care of it. They are always polite and respectful. It's very peaceful and Serene. Beautiful scenery. As usual you have those few campers who are very disrespectful and don't care about the area that they're in or anyone around them. The staff also is very good at taking care of those problems also. Keep up the great work Ken and staff.