Graham D.
Malvern, PA
Joined May 2017
Beautiful and spacious campground

Site came with fire pit, large picnic bench, and lamp stand. Plenty of parking space. Good tree coverage. Only one bathroom, bit of a walk but clean and many ammenities available within.

Great campground/site

Easy distance to Poko-moonshine mountain and several smaller mountains.Beautiful location. Removed from trafficked roads, very quiet. Can be busy in summer. Waterfront access to Long Pond.

Giant campground

Stayed here with 10 other people. We had room for ten tents, fire pit, tons of camp chairs. Right next to hiking trail. Flush toilets, running water, easy to find. Parking spot. Well maintained.

Heavily controlled

Parking spot. Fire pit, picnic table. You may not pick up any wood around your site for preservation purposes. Can only burn wood with a USDA stamp. Heavily regulated. Small camp spot. Running water, flush toilets. Slightly pricey.

Secluded/small site tenting

Stayed two nights at two different sites. Heavily recommend getting campsites in the mid-60s. They come with a little more room and seclusion. Come with fire pit, parking spot, picnic table, flush toilet, running water. Competitive pricing.

Prime primitive camping

Small campground with about 10 sites in around a loop. Backs up to a river so great atmosphere, especially when sleeping. Fire pit, picnic table, lateen holder, and parking spot. Vault toilets, no running water. Fantastic spot to fish too.