The property itself was nice although very uneven. For those of you who participate in the activities this might be a good place. However, the store was closed almost all day during the family Olympics so instead of being able to get what I needed on site I had to drive several miles to get it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We really liked this campground the only thing we found is during the week it was dead and not allot of activities going on. I loved the pool but it was not the biggest; they did have a nice little store and playgrounds. I would stay again but I would pick a week when they have more going on. We camped here in a Tent.
This campground is out dated and over run with out dated unkept seasonals. Only place to stay for weekenders is the middle of a field with cramped spaces and no trees. For the 2 day stay I was there the petting zoo was closed. Restrooms were clean, staff was friendly, seasonals were not. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of seasonals and a wide variety of activities. However, even during a summer
weekend, the activities had strict hours - one hour in the afternoon and one hour in the evening for paddleboats, for instance. The bathrooms were not too clean - we were glad to have a sewer site and use our own shower, etc. It was quiet and the people were friendly. If we're in the area, we will return (we'll just get a sewer site again!). The petting zoo and pony rides were nice, along with a new-looking mini golf course. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice state park campground set in a hemlock and white pine forest. Every site is at least partially shaded and most are fully shaded. Most sites are spacious and have reasonably level gravel pads. Tent sites have a tent pad with finer gravel base. The campground has one central shower house, which is relatively new and clean. The park has a small lake with a beach and swimming area and numerous picnic tables. There are hiking trails in the park and connections to other mid-state trail systems. There are many miles of packed gravel forest roads (no winter maintenance) to explore on bike or by vehicle. There are also quite a few other state parks within a 25-30 mile radius to explore. Owners of big rigs would do well to avoid sites 17 to 33, as there is a very tight left-hand turn to navigate when leaving that section of the campground. It can be done, but the bank on the left side shows numerous scars indicating that the bank won! Our only gripe was the vendor-supplied firewood ($7.00/stack) that was obviously cut from long-downed trees and was very punky. There are area residents with roadside signs for camp firewood, though. RB Winter is in a beautiful section of north-central Pennsylvania's mountains and there are some great overlooks from its 2000 ft. elevation. We will definitely camp here again so we can further explore the region. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.