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22 RV Parks near Highfield-Cascade, Maryland
We did however find 22 campgrounds within 25 miles of Highfield-Cascade. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Highfield-Cascade in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $33.00
If you are big on non-outdoors amenities this probably isn't your park. No cell signal (except by the dumpster) or wifi. We haven't turned our TV on in years so can't tell you if there were any channels or not. But the sites are big and level and not on top of each other. This is truly camping out in the woods. If you had a really big rig you might have some trouble with some of the sites due to trees, etc. but there were some bigger units in the park that seemed okay. Like most PA State parks there are defined pet/no-pet areas that are enforced. I'm not sure why PA is so adamant about this enforcement but it is definitely a "thing". Plenty of non-pet area though. This may be our new favorite State Park. - Mr October
Jun 2018 - $32.00
We stayed here 5 nights for visiting Gettysburg. Nice site. Pretty level considering location. It gets dark at night here. In the middle of nowhere. Camp store is a 1/4 mile down the road. Halfway point for the Appalachian Trail and a museum there. Go direct to your site if you reserved online. No pets means no pets, even walking. Signs posted so you know. We just walked our dog in the dog loop. We would go back. - bloomis
May 2018 - $32.00
$32 for 30 amp, no water, no sewer. I was reluctant to pay it, but nothing else nearby seemed better. The roads are very, very tight. Many sites long enough for our coach would be impossible to back into due to trees, large rocks and narrow roads. About half the loop is closed to dogs, even dog walking. That really is obnoxious in my view. No ATT, no OTA TV. Sites are all gravel, partially or fully shaded, fairly level. #35 was easy access because the dump station driveway is right across from entrance. Showers were hot but had to press a button every 20 seconds to keep water flowing. Appalachia trail Museum and the camp store were closed during the week; season doesn't start until mid-May. - bobcovey
Jun 2018 - $63.00
We had to camp in overflow area near road due to late arrival. Utilities great. Owner very pleasant. Very close to highway. We were able to refill propane tank. Also a U Haul facility. Good for one night stay near I-81. Pizza place delivered pizza to site. Would stay again if passing through area because it was very convenient. - Andrea W
Apr 2018 - $38.00
Overnight stay in a 40' MH; luckily we were put in one of the upper hill sites which was a pull-thru, on gravel, and fairly level. WiFi was non-existent and cable TV required a box; we could only get 1 channel OTA but since this was for 1 night it was OK. Staff very friendly but entrance to park office was not easy to find and had to drive over a rutted, steep drive. For the accommodations, it was a tad pricey. - Mainiac
Oct 2017 - $37.00
This campground is at the perfect halfway point for us when traveling from NY to/from NC. For us that goes a long way in compensating for the closeness of sites and less than perfect interior roads. They do seem to be in the process of fixing the roads and doing some updates/upgrades. The utilities work well here and the service has always been excellent. We will continue to stay here during our travels. - BounderPounder