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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…
We love it here!! Even the spaces are a little tight you still get plenty of privacy. This is our 3rd trip and we’ve always been happy!!
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!
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
We camped during Memorial Day weekend and had a blast, even in the rain! The staff were.fantastic and lots of activities to keep us busy. Sites were small so not a ton of privacy. Everything was clean and neat and we felt very comfortable.
On the app it lists RV and tent camping. Contact at office they only have cabins. Please correct this!
Check-in not organized or reliable. We had one spot booked and it was advertised wrong. We then had to move sites. Stay at the Long Pond location so we tried to go to the playgrounds twice and we were told we couldn’t. This site would not be for a family with young kids.
First time camping at this park and it was perfect. Even though it rained all weekend, we explored the area by car, even tried some fishing off the pier and we got to get some much needed rest and relaxation in. D Loop seemed like the best loop (for tent campers such as us). Pretty spacious…
We stayed there for 5 Days. It's a quit Campground. I don't think that we would stay here for a whole week, since there is really nothing going on. Unless you like to hike a lot, then this would ideal. You will have a hard time to find a parking spot for your truck, since most sites are short.…
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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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I booked a single tent spot. The price is wild for how little they give you. You have 0 privacy. Plus the wood is overpriced so bring your own wood.
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…
The tent spots are pretty much on top of each other, not much privacy. It's next to a farm so the sunrise is pretty nice. The deliver firewood to your site, and the staff is friendly. If you are a fan of forced interaction with neighbors than this is your spot. Great spot for a preseason shake out…
"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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