River Rock Adventures is a seasonal campsite that offers a retreat to a Primitive Susquehanna River Front Tent Camping Experience. You can expect a large rustic campsite, dry camping with no hook ups or facilities but with enough ammenities to keep your camp trip running smoothly. We want campers to have an enjoyable stay and connect with nature! River Rock Adventures campsite is located along the banks of the mighty Susquehanna River in Bainbridge, Conoy Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. An area rich with historic significance and breath taking scenery. From the rolling hills of Lancaster County, Chickies Rock, the sculpted rock visible at the bottom of Conewago Falls, the White Cliffs of Conoy, and the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail there is no shortage of adventure. Our campsite offers the combination of camping fun and endless variety of recreation and leisure activities. Here at River Rock Adventures we offer an outdoor experience in a large single campsite, that ensures the overwhelming and crowded camping experiences of the past don't have to be part of your future! Camping is our Avocation. Exploring is our Nature. Adventure is our Vision. The Outdoors is our Passion. River Rock Adventures strives to provide campers with a primitive campsite that is both family friendly and versatile, to accommodate your desired camping experience. To be done in a way, that promotes safety, nature, the exploration of local features and history, with the intentions of creating personal connections with nature. Ensuring a unique and positive camping experience immersed in local nature tourism through recreation. You're a Native, Go explore! Reach out to us! We will do our best to accommodate our guests needs!
Stayed here with a bunch of buddies, it seemed pricey at first but ended up being about $20 per person, which wasn’t bad at all! The campsite is huge. We spent our time fishing the river banks right outside our tents and kayaking on the Susquehanna to fish the warm waters. We caught a ton of catfish and carp using live bait. It was a great time at the river!
Our favorite place to put in our kayaks, throw a line in and hang up our hammocks. We usually plan to go camping with 1-2 other families to split the rates for longer stays at the campsite. We bring two 5 gallon collapsible water containers and separate drinking water. When we stay longer we bring a solar shower bag full of water as well for showering.
Think of the campsite like a permanent dispersed camping site and you will be prepared. There are some amenities that make staying here easy, like a camp kitchen area with food prep area separate from the picnic table and solar bag compatible camp shower area but it is a rustic experience overall.