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Always love camping here. Lake to kayak. Playground for the kids. Plenty of trails and road to walk. A beach to swim at. Or my favorite, sit around the fire and look at the lake.
FYI tent campers get site 280. The view is amazing.
Worst customer service ever. It’s not even worth it, head to mountain springs campground instead.
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…
We camped right up against the lazy River, the campground was pretty open because it was a weekday. Spots are kind of close, no trees or anything to separate spots. We’re used to that now haha. It had really nice bathrooms and showers. The washers and dryers work awesome, grateful for that! We paid…
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Kicked out for asking why no amenities were open. Was told they didn’t want “unhappy folks here”
The place is beautiful. They advertise all of their activities, none of which are ever open, including the pool. Owners are crazy, we got yelled at by the only staff member we could find (no one was ever really around, office was always closed, no one to contact) because we asked why the pool was…
Our go to State Park for camping as it is pretty close to home. Standard State Park with all the amenities you need. We are tent campers/ non electric (no pets/ no kids). So we don’t need much other than some privacy. Some sites are closer together than others though. Decent bathhouses. Town of…
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Wooded and private. Lots of full timers. Playground, picnic tables are a little worn but very clean.
We got a spot for two nights in the pet area. We were shaded by trees, but the spots weren’t very private. Bathroom facilities are nice. We were right next to the big field and playground in spot 140.
"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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We loved the lake campground. My kids are age 3-12. There’s running water available, porta potties are very clean and don’t smell and are lit with a street lamp. Very quiet at night. The park ranger this weekend was the nicest and very helpful with directions to walk to the playground and indoor…
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We were surprised to find this nice little spot next to the creek right outside of town. There’s a spot right next to it but was unoccupied while we were there so we were all alone. The road noise is kind of annoying but the area is beautiful. We had shade all day at our spot, but spent a lot of…
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.
Nice sized spots,wooded,paved roads beautiful lake. Not a garbage can to be found park wide! Dumpster at either end that's it. Camp sink says to not leave food in sink, where exactly are you supposed to throw it away?!?!
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.