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Great family campground, awesome playground and other kid stuff and a nice newer pool. Fishing pond and great store and ice cream shop. Would definitely go back here!
Was planning on camping at Cherry Springs but it was full for the weekend and decided to say here. Great location to camp with family and friends.very quiet campgrounds, clean bathrooms, and the beach at the reservoir makes for a great day of swimming or fishing. About a 10 or 15 minute drive to the observatory field. Highly recommend taking a night to head up there.
We have stayed here with family before and had our first RV stay on our own this fall. Beautiful campground, most sites are wooded. We had a sewer site so I'm not sure how the bathrooms are. Lots to do if you want or it's just as great sitting around the fire relaxing or getting ice cream at the store. Our site was along the main road and we expected a lot of traffic, but it was actually pretty quiet. There is a petting zoo, jump pillow, and regularly scheduled activities. Can't wait to go back next year!
The pool here is top notch and it's good for fishing but the hiking isn't super great. We did have a nice bat spotting walk with a Ranger when we were there and there's an interesting historic mill you can tour. The camping area was pretty hilly and not super large but it gets the job done. I'd recommend visiting the nearby huckleberry natural area to see one of the oldest living plants in the world and Hall's Dairy for excellent ice cream.
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!