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We stayed here overnight on a trip to Pittsburgh. Tent sites were nicely spaced apart, but were often on inclines, like ours. We saw deer and turkeys, so be on the lookout for lots of animals! Bathrooms were fairly clean! Fun hiking to mineral springs!
Very nice and secluded campsite, with a very nice view of the pond. You can definitely tell that there’s been some people here before because they’ve left some trash but overall it’s a very nice spot where are you just pull in with your vehicle and set up your own campsite￼￼.
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This is a large state park offering electric only sites
The sites are set amounts the forest and there are several loops to choose from. Loop F is pet friendly. All sites are within walking distance to amenities
Amenities are quite run down but functional
Wildlife is beautiful and its a short…
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Great campground near Pittsburgh. Lots of tent , camper, and cabin sites. Good bathrooms
Very nice, quiet campground, rangers seemed to drive by enough. Fire pits were all clean as were the restrooms… showers however could use some mold removal.
Attendant at the gate got on to us for not stopping each time we traveled through the entrance…. Hiking and kayaking were superb
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I have camped here at least once every year since I discovered Guilford Lake in 2017. The campground is clean (mostly) and quiet. It is dog friendly; all dogs must be leashed.
Quiet. Right on the lake; super easy lake access. Boat ramp. Swimming beach. Convenient (for me anyway).…
We needed a place to crash after traveling all day and knew it was going to be a quick turnaround so we stumbled upon this campsite. It served its purpose as it allowed us to rest for the night. However, I didn’t feel very safe! All through the night there were sketchy cars and trucks in and out of…
This park is huge! There are several areas to pay for camping as well as primitive camp. It’s near the water and they offer several trails. Other than the trails, there is a stone house to view as well as a cave. We explored both and thought they were both interesting. The paid sites are pretty…
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All and All great place to camp, good things; 1) lots of deer, turkeys, racoons, owls etc. 2) close to a farmer's market Jankowski's great place to get fresh food, 3) once you have level camp, all good, 4) has showers and bathrooms located conveniently and 5) dumpster near exit instaef of near…
Tomlinson Run is a nice little state park in the northern panhandle of West Virginia. Has a little store, dump station, most sites are 30amp and they have added a few 50 amp sites. Most sites are gravel/dirt, Handicapped sites are blacktop. State Park has many hiking/biking trails, a swimming…
We fell in love with this little campground. While our site wasn't lakefront, many of the sites are right on the water. We only spent one night there but we're really looking forward to returning with more time to stay so that we can take advantage of the kayak and paddle boat rentals.
This was a Fall camping experience in a cabin as we knew it would be cold in the evenings. We also had a non-camper with us so this was a nice compromise. We had a cozy cabin with 2 bathrooms. We also had a small kitchen where we could cook when we didn't want to cook over the fire. This was…
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The tent only sites were quite sloped. There are several trails to explore, and you can walk down the hill to the lake. Campground had nice showers and was quiet.
Called to make reservations for a weekend of camping and was told they only do seasonal camping.
Awesome little camp spot
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