Date of Stay: October, 2007
This park is nestled in a valley of very tall pine trees next to the Allegheny river. Beautiful fall foliage and very quite. Very few campers (6) when we were there. However, it is a small campground and during the holidays, it's usually full and weekends you may find it difficult to get in. We were there Sunday through Tuesday. If you don't want pine needles all over your rigs, ask to park on the outer edge where there are trees or open field. Low water pressure (20 PSI). Dirt interior roads, and all grass sites. Host's were very friendly and helpful getting to site after dark. We'd go back again, but only during the week and not the weekends.
Date of Stay: September, 2007
Close to interstate 86 (200 yards). 46 sites, RV, cabin, and tents. Quiet, clean, and very nice scenery of mountians. Well kept grounds even though no playground or pool. Very friendly host. Walking distance to restaurant and retail store. Cuba Lake about 2 miles north of the campground.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
Very nice park. We were put into the field area, which didn't sound like we would like it, but it backed up to the pool and miniature golf. The petting farm was great for the kids. They loved every minute of it. Clean, and friendly place to stay. Only negative part were the roads. The painted arrows need to be repainted so you can tell which direction they want you to go. Getting there at 10:00PM wasn't the best time to find your site.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
Well kept park. They are still expanding sites and also expanding their WiFi. Lots of room for kids to run and ride bikes. Owners go out of their way to please you. A great get-a-way.