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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…
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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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.
We pulled in to camp for the weekend, nice location right on the creek. I work online so service is a must. Initial thoughts were, clean quiet, not very secluded, if we didn’t need phone service it would have been perfect place to camp
We called the campground around 5:30, we were an hour away. She said no big deal just give me a call when you get here. We arrive and she takes care of us and sells us a nice bundle of firewood. The campground has excellent service, I work online so that was a relief. Full bars on at&t and…
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"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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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.
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?!?!
This state park is incredibly beautiful. Tail pine and hemlock trees separate the spacious campsites. Bathrooms are spotless clean. Friend Friendly park staff. Swimming, hiking, MTB trail.
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…
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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