At arrival, we felt very unwelcome. It is basically a fishing camp. Very rough road in and steep gravel hill to campsite, which was a pull through in basically a lawn. Grass was very high. Mostly older seasonals. We will not return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here Halloween Weekend; cold, windy and raining but we had the river behind us. We did try steelhead fishing but the weather made it impossible. We would stay here again. Site had picnic table and fire ring. No one on either side of us so that was nice, roomy and the place was quiet. Mostly just fisherman so no kids around that I saw. Not much for them to do here. The road into the place is a bit rough and over all the place could be updated but was OK. We only used the electric, brought our own water and used dump station, which was nicely set up for use. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Easy access off I-90. The driveway in is a bit steep and a lot rough but doable for our 37' fiver. We had a pull-thru site right next to the pavilion/bath house and there were some guys hanging around there when we got to our campsite which made me a bit uneasy. However, soon found they were there for some Lake Erie fishing trips and were staying in the dorm-like rooms in the bath house section of the pavilion. Bathrooms were clean but small (3 showers/1 toilet on women's side) and could use a little updating. They are locked at night but you get a key when you check in. The creek was low in August; it seems their good fishing season is fall through spring. You can purchase PA fishing licenses and all your fishing gear at the store which is geared more for fishing than camping. There is a small catch-and-release pond on the grounds and Lake Erie fishing is 15 minutes away. Very quiet; beautiful scenery; swings, jungle gym and slide for the kids; volleyball net. I think the pull-thru sites are rather close together but since we were the only "big rig" there (most were seasonals), we had the whole area to ourselves. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I took a guess at the number of sites however I am not sure. This campground is a bit of a drive off the interstate to get to therefor we will opt for another location closer to the interstate.Many sites are either occupied by fifth wheel units or travel trailers setup for permanent weekend use. As for full hookups there appeared to be only 3 available. We camped here in a Motorhome.