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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.
We had a great time despite cold wet weather. Our site was probably one of the worst in the place but we were able to scope out others that we would prefer for our next visit. We didn’t have a view of the lake, instead we were in someone’s back yard lol. It wasn’t a big deal. The site was well…
Like being at a 1980’s meth lab in a campground. Pool is unswimmable, accommodations are ramshackle and beyond terrible. Stay was mildly courteous but doesn’t take away from the incredible seedy nature or the campground. Whoever gave it 5 stars must have been visiting the tweakers. We
All the positive reviews about this place are accurate! Beautiful, clean, well maintained, lots to do, great value for your $$
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My first time staying at Stokes Stat Forest, December 2020. Chose this campsite based on the photos online, the river right there was a big deal. I knew it would be cold and planned accordingly. The days were a good temperature for hiking, the nights were chilly. Once the fire died down, I snuggled…
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My first trip to this campground was September 2020. We wanted to get out of the house, but stay clear of other campers during the pandemic. This campsite, CS52, was in the woods and we were able to get the illusion of privacy by parking the cars along the road as a makeshift wall and pitching our…
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This was my second time camping at Swartswood State Park. I got one of the last available campsites and it was okay, but not one I would have normally chosen. This campsite was in the open grass area and not very private, but that was okay for this trip as I spent the days hiking around lakes and…
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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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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.
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.
Kicked off my first camp in the US at Jenny Jump. 2nd April 2021, site 34. Plenty of space, car park within 20-30ft. Was a cold night, 24oF. Burrr. Hikes close by. Other campers friendly. Dog friendly on a leash.
Very family friendly and the staff are so nice. Very nice grounds and a lot to do for families. Highly Recommend this location!!
tent camping experience was great untill it down poured, but was worth it, rented row boats and hung out on the lake
The sites were fine and I liked the location. Next to the creek where you can fish trout (don’t forget to buy a license). About 3 miles stroll along the creek to Jim Thorpe. About 3 miles the other way is a lake with the rentals (was closed in May 2020 due to COVID)
This campground is one of the best we’ve ever visited as a family. We stayed there for four nights. Pickerel Point campground is on a peninsula. So you are close to the water wherever you are on the campground. The bathrooms and showers were pristine. It is hard to believe, but the showers were…