Date of Stay: October, 2011
A wonderful park and campground. It was not very crowded since it is later in the season. I can see how the single shower house could get overwhelmed during a busy holiday weekend. We truly enjoyed the stay, and the falls hike is a must. The Glen is a gem of the PA woods. It rivals Watkins Glen, in my opinion.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
This is a wonderful, small state park on the east rim of the Grand Canyon of PA. Pine Creek Gorge is a 5 minute walk from the campsites. 2/3 of the sites are non-electric, and 1/3 of the sites have 20/30/50Amp service. Water standpipes are numerous, but none are dedicated to any one site. Bath house was clean, and cleaned daily, but only 3 showers total. The scenery is fantastic and the sites are level and large.
Date of Stay: April, 2009
We stayed here early in the season. We were in D loop with no hookups. Our site was on a steep slope. Although the pad was level for the camper, there was a steep drop off just past our doorstep. Overall the campground was good, but the bath house is old. It was kept reasonably clean. There is nice hiking throughout the park, and the lake is very pretty.
Date of Stay: August, 2008
This is a gem of a State Park. The sites are wide, with large trees throughout the area. Some site are in full sun, but most have some shade during the day. Many have privacy evergreen shrubs separating the sites. It is an excellent base point for visiting Niagara Falls, which is what we did. No water at the sites, but the stands were numerous throughout the 200 loop we stayed on. Dump station was clean and easy access. We had a site on Lake Ontario. We will be back.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
Very nice little campground in the Blue Ridge Mountains. We stayed on site #19, which is "on" the lake, but also under trees. The grounds were well groomed, but the small lake was kind of green. There is a small beach, but we did not swim. Everyone respected quiet hours, and the atmosphere was friendly. The owner/operator was very polite and helpful. Dump station was immaculate! The pull through sites were a little close together for our taste, but there are plenty of other sites with more room. Bathrooms were a little dated, but were clean and kept clean througout our three night stay.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
Very pleasant campground. Wooded, with a nice amount of room between sites. Electric only at the site (Mohawk Village), but plenty of water spigots around the loop road. There is a large recreation area with a rec building, too. If you are going to hike the Gorge, this is the place to stay.