Mom was away so took 3 babies on a trip. Went to Ringing Rocks county park and the kids were having so much fun making music they didn’t want to leave. Made a last minute decision to try out Ringing Rocks Family Campground 2 minutes up the road instead of finding one back in Jersey. Owner was very accommodating. Campground was clean and well layed out. Kids had a blast with hay rides and playground. All other campers were very nice and courteous of noise curfew. Would Definetely go again and plan to next time with the wife as well.
We went on Halloween weekend and they had so much for the kids to do! Friendly staff and clean sites!
Lovely trails and the rocks are something else
Great campground secluded tent sites.
This Campground is set in the beautiful town of Upper Black Eddy. There are many beautiful sights around including the Delaware River, ringing rocks Park, and Nockamixon. The park is clean and well-maintained, the facilities are clean as well. The pool is nice but small and the sites are very close to one another. The owner is not the most friendly, especially if you don't fit into a cookie cutter mold. Other staff there was extremely friendly, other campers were friendly, and overall it was a decent experience.
Great place to just relax. I have spent many weeks here, nice setup and spacious sites. The rocks really do ring when hit with another rock
This is an older campground, laid back and quiet. Great to just relax. Spent many weekends here and met great friends.
First the negatives
Half of this campground is permanent camper site rentals. It was a little to close to each other and not enough privacy, and unfortunately we also had issues with the noise unless it was just the week we went.
Now the positives, its close to nockamixon state park, ringing rocks and the river, route 32 and 611 which all have nice outdoor things to do. Hiking, Frisbee golf, .Fishing, Swimming, etc.
And also very close to ringing rocks, which are a natural rock formation which when hit with a hammer the rocks make a metallic ringing sound hence the name of the park.