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Great place and location

The park is located on a beautiful lake. We picked loop A to stay in the woods. Campgrounds are nicely spaced and clean. Cleanest bathrooms I’ve seen at a park. There is a nice little shop at the gate with very friendly staff.

Great time with my VW family

Second time here for the annual “Vanagons in the Valley” event. Water was great, the town is charming, and the hills are beautiful.

Nice place

Brought my 4 year old daughter and we had a great time exploring the many streams and trails.

Loving this brand new campground!

We stumbled upon this brand new campground (was just built this spring) along the Juniata River in Mifflintown PA, fell in love with it, and purchased our first seasonal site! The campground currently has 40 sites but is adding 40 more for 2021. There are water and electric hookups with sewer to be added (currently, a honey wagon comes through to pump out anyone who needs it on Saturdays). Sites are good sized, mostly shaded, and grassy. Campers are friendly, and campground owners are very accommodating. The campground offers direct access to the river for afternoon floats on tubes or kayaks and they’re building a large dock for fishing. Beautiful sunsets on the river! And the campground is literally right next door to a drive-in movie theater! They are talking about adding a splash pad for the kids, and there is a nice children’s playground. No tenting allowed, but a great spot for RV’s, and it’s fun watching things grow and evolve week by week!


By far, the friendliest campground we have visited!  Most of the sites are seasonal and we were placed amongst the seasonals.  We immediately had multiple people offer insight as to how best approach the site.  Our particular site was a bear to park in but once situated we were very happy.  

The store is closed due to covid but the pool is open.  There was a Leibys ice cream truck and food stand open the whole weekend.  There were also planned activities for children and adults.

Very Nice RV Park

Very nice campground with a lot of amenities for kids. Pool, bounce pillow, mini golf, and tubing down the river. You can purchase a wrist band that gets you unlimited access for $20.

Not as rustic as other places or a state park, but still a very enjoyable weekend trip. Staff is super friendly and knowledgeable. For being a large campground with a lot of kids, it was pretty quiet during the evening hours.

Bath houses were clean and private which was a nice plus.

Most sites have electric water and cable hookup.

Will definitely be back.

Fun place, tubing is great!

This campground is very fun. Campground is clean and very well maintained. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable. Tubing down the river is so fun and the highlight of a stay here. Campground does have a wristband system for most activities and amenites, with the exception of pool and playgrounds.
The pool area is nice, safe and clean. There is on site wine and wine slushies to purchase from a local vineyard.


Our first experience was spectacular- we had a site set back from the road surrounded by mountain laurel and ferns. The second site we tried was a tad too close to the road, hence the 4-stars. If you’re looking to escape the noise and crowds of state parks in PA the state forests are the way to go! Research is required: not all sites are suitable for camper trailers and each state forest in PA is different- be prepared with the appropriate questions when you call to reserve sites. All sites are “rustic”- no pit toilets or hookups. We love it!

Getto on the creek trailer park on hill

Sites are small you park on top of your neighbors. Sites are unlevel both front to back and side to side. Sites near creek are getto and sites on hill are in a trailer park. Lots of mobile homes and full time residence. Roads are tight and steep enough to drag bumper. No shade anywhere. Site we were on in section B strong smell of sewer. Cell phone radio and digital TV signal were spotty at best. Only good thing is access to creek. First and last stay.

Tightly spaced sites on a hill

Sites are very close together. Fire rings are very close to campers. Water was rusty in our row came out brown at first then was tan after running through our filter for the entire stay. The site on either side was the same rusty. Unlevel is an understatement we were in E row and every camper there had front end 4 foot off the ground. Many other sites were the same. The walk to pool and all other amenities was not pleasant due to hills. There are alot of full time campers that had a problem with how close we were to their property. Made it a point to call out where there space started and ended. Trying to find a staff member to rent mini golf was almost impossible. There is a number to call that has you select numbers that take you in a loop to endless recordings.