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Always a great time in Promised Land!
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Site 132, it's the hardest to get with good reason! Secluded, dog friendly, and you have your very own nature trail to the lake. Wonderful place, we love coming here!
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Arrived on Labor Day weekend’ Place was pretty busy,.. Everyone was friendly and kept to there space’.. A tree fell 10-15ft away from our tent’😬😮💨! I will revisit to explore the trails, Well kept camp grounds’ Loved it!
This place could have been halfway decent if the people running it showed the slightest bit of interest. The campsites are mostly good. The bathrooms need to be clean and they rarely were, especially when two of the three stalls were covered in vomit. The staff is astoundingly rude, and I’m told…
have not stayed here but this is listed as pet friendly on thedyrt.com but if you go to the park's website, pets are not allowed.
Easy to reserve, find and stay at the Promised Land State Park, PA.
We went straight to the campsite, saw my name was added at the campsite number so that was reassuring. It was very clean, although there were gravels, we could camp at a little moist area but we had a perfect good night's sleep.…
Stayed at site 44, it was a great time! Do the falls trail and do it early. Campsites are a little stacked but that’s okay for how nice it is and how close you are to the trailhead. Bathrooms are nice and well maintained.
Side note: absolutely no service for AT&T
We had 3 families and sites (2 campers & 1 tent) all sites were decent sizes. We had lake front access to put kayaks in and fish which was awesome. Great walking path around lake for kids to ride bikes to parks or beach. Beach area was nice. Only downside to our trip was poured every night and…
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I stayed at the Beechwood location at the Promised Land state park and despite the constant rain, it was quiet and peaceful. You could only ever hear the wildlife . The RV pads were spaced put perfectly and we all had our own picnic table and fire pit. 10/10 would visit again.
Sites are extremely difficult to get here, with less than half being able to be booked online. No pull through sites and no sites with full hookups. More than half don’t even have electric. Most can only accommodate small rigs.
Facilities need a major upgrade, and hikes are very crowded on the…
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Very hard to get a good site in this park. But if you get the right one, you can launch your kayaks right from the site. The sites are very crowded together, some you can’t tell where one begins and the next one ends. But the park is beautiful. Avoid going on the weekends if you can help it. SO…
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The campground has mostly seasonal sites. There are only a few transient sites. The owners are wonderful and provided many suggestions for things to do. There is a pool and there are planned activities every weekend with a band every Saturday night.
This was our first time staying here and we really enjoyed it! The kids loved playing and fishing in the river and swimming in the pool. The restaurant on site had good food! They had bands on Friday and Sat night. They have a few nightly waterfront sites! Some of the sites can be tight. Ours was…
In theory, this is a nice place to stay. However, a large and noisy group of young people did not obey the 10p quiet time and there is no management enforcing rules.
We enjoyed staying at Keen lake resort. Loved the lake and glamping.
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