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Clean campground with nice lake. Good sized sites with lots of privacy but most are on hill with no pad for level tents. Great hike around lake and fishing. Bonus is if you love chipmunks! There were a lot and they will steal your food!
The site itself was great. $40 for a nonelectric, no water site is not great but alright. The fire pits don't have grills at these sites though so be aware. The river right next to the site is really nice and pretty. About ankle deep and perfect. Bathrooms were very clean as well, though kind of…
Beautiful scenery and awesome hike through the Glens and waterfalls. Disappointed in the bathhouse- showers sprayed directly in the face and no hot water. FYI- no cell reception. Fire wood and ice not sold at campground. Ok to buy wood at gas stations in Red Rock before you make your way up the…
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Wooded and private. Lots of full timers. Playground, picnic tables are a little worn but very clean.
Three years ago, we fell in love with this campground. We knew we had to find an rv and become seasonals. Fast forward, we bought one, went to talk to them... They only allow seasonal campers to be 10 years old or newer. Ours is 13. Very disappointed. But for a weekend away, it's a great place. A…
The boulder field was the highlight of our camping trip. The campground has great playgrounds, several well-marked trails, and functional (if dirty and rustic) restrooms and showers. The visitors center boasts the most modern updates and a truly lovely interactive museum displaying the history and…
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Stayed in a tent site. Wooded areas. Private and quiet. Great, challenging hiking trails with over 1000 feet elevation change. Beautiful views!! Lake is well maintained though no lifeguard was present. Bathrooms were cleaner during the morning hours as this state park gets VERY busy.
We did get a great site by the river, no swimming sadly. The campground is packed and tight sites. They make you choose what site you want to be at, which is kinda cool. The grounds are hard to drive around in, if you have a big camper.
We had the place to ourselves at the top of the hill. On Saturday night, at a synchronized time, the entire campground started howling like wolves. We had a great weekend. Some of the amenities were closed, but our visit was based around Hershey Park, so it wasn’t an issue.
Good location, right on the river. The campground overall is very pretty. A few old, junk trailers around the property need to be hauled off. But the sites are level, grassy, water, sewer and electricity. There are a lot of seasonal and full timers. The bathrooms are “old” but were clean. The…
Clean campground a super friendly staff. Not far from the AT if you’re into that!
Very family friendly and the staff are so nice. Very nice grounds and a lot to do for families. Highly Recommend this location!!
Inaugural trip with travel trailer. Pull-Thru site will all hookups in good working order. Site felt spacious with a nice grass strip. Bath house was immaculate.
The sites were fine and I liked the location. Next to the creek where you can fish trout (don’t forget to buy a license). About 3 miles stroll along the creek to Jim Thorpe. About 3 miles the other way is a lake with the rentals (was closed in May 2020 due to COVID)
Great disc golf course