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Campground was nice but, spot are very close together.
I am a full timer and have been staying here on/off for past two months. I have found the staff to be accommodating. They offer 30/50 amp sites, also have full hook ups and some primitive sites. They have a well stocked store with grocery necessities, camping necessities, snacks and Hersey ice…
Worlds End is one of my favorite parks. I love staying in a cabin for Christmas. Park is very clean, nice bathrooms. Lots of trees for privacy and great trails. If you have never been this one should definitely be on your list. Almost all the cabins are right next to the stream. Falling asleep to…
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We lucked out and grabbed a spot for a night on 4th of July.
No fireworks to speak of (just a few friendly neighbors with sparklers), but it was perfect for exploring the gorge.
The hike down to the river was steep but manageable (could be trickier after a heavy rain).
Wish we would've brought…
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Initially we booked site 97. Upon arrival we found out that 97 is no longer a camp site. We were moved to site 14 thankfully they had one spot available for a fully booked weekend.
Our site 14 was nice and large had some shade from trees. The camp ground had trash cans available in multiple…
Stayed for the weekend at site 25 at the lower campground. Site was next to the bathrooms but no problems noise. Nice and quiet overall. Bathrooms were very clean with nice hot water in the showers. There are pit toilets but they are well maintained and there was no smell even though it was hot…
I enjoyed our stay. Electric only, so be prepared to transport water from available spigots. Lots of things to do from paddling and fishing to hiking trails or learning about the dam. There is an observation deck and ball fields available.
Loyalsock SF is amazing with tons of FREE sites (just need a permit from the office). This site was right off the road and close to a cabin, but otherwise very pleasant. Comes with a fire ring and that’s it. No water source nearby, but you are parking right where you camp. Old Loggers Path is close…
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The campground was in a good location minutes from Watkins Glen and many, many wineries. It was clean, the staff was polite and the bathrooms were fine. So basically it hits all the must haves. My only issue was that it is basically a parking lot with a whole lotta RV’s crammed into it. I guess I…
Clean restrooms, quiet park with electric hookups. VERY glad we visited
On my 1st trip to Watkins Glen campground it was very crowded because it was summer time and in my opinion it felt like there were a lot of city folk who brought the city with them with, a lot of barking dogs and a lot of horns constantly going off but otherwise the campground was fairly decent
Nice lively campground. Open field between some sites where people were playing frisbee. Bathrooms were quite clean with really nice showers.
The actual gorge itself is astoundingly beautiful. Definitely go and do the gorge walk, it's worth it.
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An interesting experience. All it takes is a permit and you can camp at a number of sites with fire rings. It is close to the Loyalsock Creek and the Loyalsock trail runs nearby so there are good hiking opportunities. The swimming and fishing at Haystacks is also fun and only a short hike.
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All campers respected fellow campers. Accommodations were fine.... We're camping!
This was a nice campground to stay at when in the Williamsport area. Only issue I had was the sites next to the parking lot are a little too close together and the parking lot itself gets over run by cars coming into the restaurant. Was a little difficult pulling out with the trailer to leave on a…