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Stayed here 2 nights in May, Friday-Sunday. There were a decent amount of people on Friday, but significantly more on Saturday. Park employees and park police drive around through the day. Some big groups of campers got a little rowdy at night. The bathrooms were absolutely disgusting. I thought…
A few of us rode in to the steam mills campsite on motorcycles and took a couple days to enjoy the mountain air and views.
All the positive reviews about this place are accurate! Beautiful, clean, well maintained, lots to do, great value for your $$
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My first time staying at Stokes Stat Forest, December 2020. Chose this campsite based on the photos online, the river right there was a big deal. I knew it would be cold and planned accordingly. The days were a good temperature for hiking, the nights were chilly. Once the fire died down, I snuggled…
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Spring feed pool Always cold...even thou 100 in sun all-day... beware fair skin people.. horse shoes.reck.hall.game room.washer/dryer,shower s clean... family owned.. Bangor best kept secrets
Wooded and private. Lots of full timers. Playground, picnic tables are a little worn but very clean.
"Rocksylvania". According to hikers on the AT, this is what they call Pennsylvania, as they hike through this section of the state. And Blue Rocks Campground doesn't dissapoint.
This campground sits in the woods and rolling hills just below the Appalachian Trail. Nice huge campground. The RV sites…
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I was traveling with my daughter, we did not feel safe! There was no check in and anyone can drive through. The town around the area was very sketchy.
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…
Very expensive for what is offered. No water or electric at tent sites. Off season $36 peak season starting May 1st $40. Bathrooms were a hike from site 120. Pricey for what is offered. I'd only take this camping area again as a last resort as I could've done just as well creating a site on my own…
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Overall I think this campground has a lot to offer if you have a family and are looking to provide them with activities. Fishing in the pond insite, swimming in the pool and lots of family weekends throughout the season.
However, for whatever reason the sites are all covered in stone, and I…
Kicked off my first camp in the US at Jenny Jump. 2nd April 2021, site 34. Plenty of space, car park within 20-30ft. Was a cold night, 24oF. Burrr. Hikes close by. Other campers friendly. Dog friendly on a leash.
Very family friendly and the staff are so nice. Very nice grounds and a lot to do for families. Highly Recommend this location!!
tent camping experience was great untill it down poured, but was worth it, rented row boats and hung out on the lake
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)