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20 RV Parks near Wilson-Conococheague, Maryland
We did however find 20 campgrounds within 25 miles of Wilson-Conococheague. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Wilson-Conococheague in the left hand column.
Sites: 106 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 29 Reviews
Aug 2018 - $18.00
This is almost the perfect park, beautiful wooded campgrounds, large camp spots, plenty to do. The camp spots were level and very clean. We stayed in site 15 for 5 nights and 18 for 1 night in the Addison run section the only electric section with pets allowed (1 old cat) electric only, water was close by. So level we didn't need to do anything. We booked on line and when we checked in the agent at the gate asked how old we were and then promptly gave us a Maryland Park Service Golden Age pass holders ($10) and refunded us 71 from our booked reservation, 1/2 price camping for 62+ Sunday thru Thursday. ATT did not work at the camp ground section we were in, but we went 1/2 mile up the hill to another section, took lunch with us and was able to get cell service. The antenna TV was also pretty bad, so plan on outside time. The hiking is great, swimming, fishing and canoeing, lots to do. At the front entrance is a book exchange. The only downside are the conditions of the bathhouse in the Addison run loop, and they are pretty bad. Enough for me to take 1 star off for this perfect park. A razor and garbage stayed in one shower stall for 3 days. A broom to knock down cobwebs and other debris would help, mop the floors or clean with a hose, just to mention a few things. - hiker13
Aug 2018 - $14.00
The site we stayed in "#25" was very level and had a water spigot right next to it. There are lots of trails to hike in and around the park. A very nice hike down to the falls (a couple of steep and rocky parts, but very doable for us 70 year old, out of shape) . Wear good shoes and you will be in good shape. Hiking poles come in handy as well. A very nice setting provided a great spot to play during a heavy rainstorm. There was a lot of activity down at the lake during the weekend, but things quieted down nicely during the week. There was a "Teardrop" rendezvous going on while we were there. Great folks who seemed to really enjoy their little trailers.
The roads were easy to navigate, but that is in reference to our rig of 28'. The road in was curvy and narrow (highway 77) and the road up to the campground loop (Addison) was pretty steep. I wouldn't recommend it for a big 5th wheel although there were a couple of large motorhomes there - they did unhook their cars before they came in . - Capt Gerry
Jul 2018 - $30.00
What a beautiful park! We stayed in Addison Run Loop pet-friendly with electric, site #15. Fully shaded, quiet, very secluded, level, clean and NO bugs. The weather was cool so we could leave our camper doors open..until the torrential rains came on Saturday afternoon...about 3" worth! Wonderful hiking trails down to the Falls and the Lake, a little difficult so glad we had hiking shoes and poles. Didn't use bathroom facilities this trip but peaked inside and they looked clean with nice shower stalls. We have a 21' Class B campervan so size was not an issue at our site, however, I could see that larger rigs may have trouble with site size. Our loop had more tent campers than RVs, and with the rains I was reminded how nice it is to be warm and dry hunkered inside our camper! The park is quite hilly with lush old growth forest and rocky outcroppings. We also hiked part of the Catoctin Run trail, crossing mountain streams which swelled with the heavy rain. We will definitely be back to this lovely place. NOTE: One of the tent campers took a plastic tub filled with firewood from our site while we were out sightseeing in the van. When we found the tub missing and went to retrieve it, the thief said "Sorry dude, I thought you were gone." We usually leave miscellaneous items out when we daytrip, never anything of value, to let folks know the site is occupied. - Debbie Collison
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Choices for campgrounds in this area are few. Needed a place for one night and this fit the bill. Campground is a bit of a drive from the highway thru town. Check in at the office, which is near the house and barn, was easy and the man at the desk friendly. Our site was in an open grass field that looked liked it was used more for rallies. Utilities at this site were on the wrong side which made for a awkward parking position. There are sites along the river that have trees and are more like a campground. Lots of families and kids having fun in that section. Restrooms and showers are basic and could have been cleaner. Okay place for a night stay. As I said before choices in this area are few. Would probably continue on or stop earlier somewhere else next time. - 21fbrs
Jun 2018 - $35.00
This is a beautiful retreat from busy city RV parks. More like a state campground than an independent, which is far better. Plenty of space between sites. Privacy guaranteed. Not sure why the one person complained about WiFi; if you're camping, that should not be a priority, and if that's what prevents you from returning to the park, you should probably just stay home; why travel out of your "comfort zone"? - TNorton
Sep 2016 - $34.00
We only spent one night here and it was a long way from the highway--through the town of Chambersburg--not easy to get to! The owner was very accommodating and gave us our pick of pull through sites on a large treeless grassy field. (No sewer; 30 amp.) There was a creek and wooded area near our site. The wifi was awful and there was no cable TV. I doubt we'd return. - Lyn T
Sites: 31 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 3 Reviews
Feb 2018 - $18.00
We camped here in February and there was only one other camper. It was quiet except for the faint noise from the highway. The sites are pretty big, and they have a fire pit, picnic table and a little bit of a workbench for some reason. We paid $18 through self registration when we arrived by using the provided envelopes. A Ranger checked in with us A few minutes later to see how everything was going. Lots of hiking trails here but not much else to do in the winter. We stayed at site 20 which was very close to the Porta John that we used since the bathroom facilities are closed during winter. - The Bees
Dec 2017 - $18.00
I used this campground for a quick overnight stay. This campground recently reopened after a long closure following heavy storm damage, and unlike the other campground at Cunningham Falls, is open year round, but with limited winter service, no reservations taken, and a lower fee charged.
Roads are paved and in excellent condition, but are tight, as are most sites. Sites are gravel and mostly level, but many can be a challenge to get into, this is not a big rig friendly campground. Picnic table, fire ring and lantern post are provided. Sites are spaced well, some closer good for groups, but many are spacious and well apart from other sites. Power at my site showed reversed polarity on the 30amp, and the outlet itself was installed upside down. The 20amp was good. No water or sewer hookups, water is available from spigots throughout the campground.
Shower house was closed for the season, a portapot was provided, but I did not use it. Campground was very dark but there was a good deal of road noise from Rt15, which continues all night long, but this was not an issue inside the camper. I saw no staff, and the campground was otherwise empty. It proved to be a good place to overnight with my small travel trailer. - Cyclonic
Jul 2008 - $30.00
We camped in the Manor area which allows pets. While the sites were relatively close to the road - short driveways - they were nice and fairly level with stone dust pads, fire rings, picnic table and lantern posts. I easily fit my Roo 23SS on the site and oitched a tent for my son and still had plenty of room. It was a short drive up to the Falls and lake area. Park people were friendly. - DaGrinch
Jun 2018 - $40.00
We stayed at this park to use the old C&O Rail trail for biking. This trail stretches from Cumberland Maryland to Washington DC about 180 miles long and relatively flat. The trail was nice however we picked one of the hottest day's of the year. The camp sites 30 amp service could not keep both our ACs running and the first day I had to use the on board generator to cool off our RV. The camp sites cell service is very poor and we lost the cable the 2nd night after a storm rolled through. Our site was not very level and entry into the campsite is poor. The road is narrow but not too bad but the road leading into the camp ground is very rough. The pool was OK and this campsite appears to be mainly seasonal sites. I would most likely find another campsite if I return to the area. - Ronheb
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Let me start by saying that the campground itself if beautiful and the staff was accommodating and friendly. However, there seems to be no "quiet time" even after midnight at this campground. We were tenting so we were more sensitive to the noise. There was a very vigorous volleyball game and loud party going on way past midnight. It was very hard to get any rest. Most campgrounds have a quiet time (11 pm or midnight). I realize it was a holiday, but it was excessively loud and made it hard to get any rest. I felt sorry for the people camping closer to the partiers.
The showers were difficult to use (had to pull a string to keep the water flowing) and also the tenting sites were not level. I would not return to this campground without a camper with thick walls!!! - Stacynpaul
Aug 2014 - $38.00
I'm glad that we stayed in our small camper and didn't bring our 39-foot 5th wheel because the sites available to those who are not seasonal campers are small and unlevel, and tree branches are low. I watched one 5th wheel break a small branch off a tree. Be prepared to be out of service for outside communication. Cell service is very poor, and my phone's data service wasn't strong enough to pull in the Internet. The park has Wi-Fi for $3.95/day, but I was not able to connect. One of the seasonals told us that it doesn't work well. They do have cable TV. The speed limit is 5 MPH. Cars were going much faster than that. There's a trail that connects to the Western Maryland Trail about a mile away. Walk your bikes on it! It is full of ruts and rocks and is very muddy if there has been any rain. We took the road to the trail. However, it's a long hilly ride back up to the campground. The store is well stocked, but it is open only until 5. The staff is friendly. Be prepared to pay extra for miniature golf. (We weren't interested in playing it, just mentioning this FYI.) I don't know whether or not there is a charge for the pool. It was not open when were there. They were draining it, I guess for some sort of repair, and the water was running down the road. People there were friendly. It was okay to stay a couple nights so that we could ride our bikes on the trails in the area. However, I would not return. - bhg
Jun 2016 - $30.00
We stayed at this campground for an overnight stop on our way home. The campground is located in a forest, with paved roads and gravel sites. Sites are large, well separated, shaded, and private. RV/trailer sites have electric hook-up only. Water is available at a number of locations in the campground. OTA TV is limited, Verizon signal is good, and there is no WiFi. Restrooms and showers are clean and well maintained. There is no traffic noise. A dump station is located near the campground entrance. We would stay here again. - tnyankee
Jun 2013 - $30.00
Nice State Park in Maryland! Pleasantly small camping area, with only 34 sites. It was an enjoyable 5 night stay! The weekend nights were busier, which apparently had the drive by female campground supervisor needing to check on every site very often. A few comments and suggestions were a little unnecessary. The weeknights were a bit better with the male drive by campground supervisor(s) simply driving by and waving! The camp host was convenient and helpful when needed for information. Pet friendly park and campground! Shower/Restroom facilities were well lit, clean and in easy access for all campsites! Beautiful shaded campsites! Each site has a large well built picnic table and fire ring with grill insert and 2 lamp posts which were quite handy! All roadways in very good condition! Lots of wildlife everywhere you look, helping to make our camping trip an enjoyable one! - patti&charlie
Jun 2012 - $30.00
A great little campground. It is centrally located to many historic areas and Maryland State Parks. There is a small pond to fish in and trails to hike within the park. The only sad part was that the park host is leaving this year and she not only kept the entire park clean, but assured that it was safe and quiet. - electrician549
Oct 2018 - $58.00
A large KOA campground next to Harpers Ferry National Historic Park. There are lots of amenities: large pool, mini-golf, camp store, cable TV, large laundry, fenced dog area, etc. Sites vary, from small gravel sites in the trees, to large pull-throughs. We have a large rig, so chose a premium site; $58 reflects "buy 2 nights, get 1 free" price. Even so, the site was difficult to pull into, with narrow roads and tight turns. There were deep tire tracks in the nicely landscaped area where others also had difficulty making the turns. This is a nice park in a convenient location, if you don't mind maneuvering your rig around the tight turns. - FranM
Sep 2018 - $74.00
Cable TV reception is poor, very snowy, only 14 channels. Nightly fee is very high compared to other parks. Not a good value. WI-fi signal comes and goes, not reliable and weak. Interior roads are gravel and washed out from rain erosion, lots of ruts. Laundry room is spacious but double the price of other parks. Camp store is well stocked with lots of RV supplies and a movie theater. - Mnolasco
Aug 2018 - $74.00
Nice, but pricey KOA. There are a bunch of big rig sites up front and if you can get one of those you will be fine in a big rig. Otherwise, the sites are more wooded and narrow and suitable for smaller trailers. We found the wifi useless and the pancake lady surly. There is a well-provisioned store, nice pool, minigolf, play areas, and they offer Civil War tours on the grounds and for nearby Murphy's farm. They are also the best base for exploring Harpers Ferry. They are too expensive and charge a $10 resort fee to add insult to injury. We found our gravel site large enough and the grounds comfortable, but can't justify the price gouging. - darwinmoore
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Out of the way - 9 miles off I-81. Very quiet at this time of year. Friendly, small town privately owned park. Appear to be developing to family focused group camps. Converted farmland. - pwaygood
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We were the only campers in this gem overnight stay. The campsites are in a huge grassy field with water and electricity hook-ups. Dump and dumpster at the entrance. We spent part of our evening under a covered patio type protection attached to a huge old (1800) barn, because of a tornado alert and then a thunderstorm alert. We were able to pull our Class B RV in under shelter in case of hail (there was none, but a huge rain).
The showers have plush carpets in front of the stalls. Spotless washrooms. And the campground is on a creek. - skidiver
Jun 2015 - $36.00
This is a very hard campground to rate. It is very rustic and beautiful, however the interior roads are minimal and the majority of the sites are grass only, without any stone. We were concerned that we would not be able to get our motor home out without getting stuck if it rained. They have three full hookups sites that are basically in a circle with PVC pipe cobbled together to one sewer hole. On the up side, the water pressure was good and the 50 amp electric reliable. The owners were friendly and helpful. We were visiting friends who live in the area and this was the closest option near their home. Due to the size and weight of our 40 foot motor home, we would probably try another campground further away if visiting the area again. - D&K
Sep 2018 - $28.00
Pennsylvania state parks really are hidden gems. Stayed 4 days over Labor Day. Very quiet campground. Sites are nicely spaced but larger rigs may have issues on some sites. Lots of tents and pop-ups. Lots of hiking, biking, kayaking/canoeing, swimming. Bath houses were some of the best I have ever seen. Great place for families. No water or sewer but water spigots are usually close by and there is a dump station with room for 2 rigs. No cell service on Sprint. - Tonyb1515
Aug 2018 - $30.00
We made reservations online for site 78 that is shown to accommodate an RV up to 70 feet long. We got there and because of the narrow roads, trees and drainage ditch were not able to swing out 43 foot 5th wheel into the site. I looked at other sites, tried another site but had the same problem. The interior roads were narrow on that loop and turns getting out were very tight. The rangers were very good about refunding our money and the park is very pretty, wish we could have stayed. I see another review where a 40 foot 5th wheel was comfortable in a site in the loop around the lake so I'll not say that big rigs can't get in, but the site and loop we were on did not work for us. We did not stay. - Juandering
Sep 2016 - $21.00
Stayed in a popup camper on site 120. All gravel, site was VERY level. In the sun, backs up to a hiking trail so you do have visitors cutting through your site. Quiet area because there is no through traffic. It is in a culdesac.
Plenty of room in the park, even on Labor Day weekend. People were all pleasant and answered questions. They have wood available for $8.00 per 60lbs at the store. I would stay again. - ThePouncingCats