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155 Reviews of 33 Pear Tree Village, Pennsylvania Campgrounds
Great camp ground, folks that run it are super nice. Lots of room for the kids to play. WiFi kicked off everyday around 5pm But came back on. Washer and dryer in both men and women’s restrooms. The women’s have the newer of the two. Meat market less than a miles away. Walmart is 15 minutes…
Nice,quiet until a loud alarm by the river and plains started flying around. 20 dollars to put your tent on the ground,no electricity,shower not very clean.
This campground is very tight. We have a 30' travel trailer and it was very tight to get to our spot. On our first night there was loud music and people yelling till 1 am even though quiet time starts at 11.
Worst customer service ever. It’s not even worth it, head to mountain springs campground instead.
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
On the app it lists RV and tent camping. Contact at office they only have cabins. Please correct this!
Wooded and private. Lots of full timers. Playground, picnic tables are a little worn but very clean.
The hike in spot is about 5 minutes from the parking spot. Very secluded, price isn't that bad and the staff is friendly.
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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…
"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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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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Nice place to stay with very friendly and helpful staff. A bit on the expensive side but for an occasional splurge it is wonderful.
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…
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.