54 Parks near Stockton, New Jersey
We did however find 54 campgrounds within 50 miles of Stockton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Stockton in the left hand column.
Aug 2015 - $42.00
This park is mostly for seasonal campers. They do have one loop of daily sites available. The sites are mostly level, but getting into them could be quite tricky. Some are only tent friendly. The roads are narrow and not at all big rig friendly in the daily loop. They do have a nice field option that would be for great big rigs.
The bathrooms are dated and the showers were okay. The camp store is packed and the arcade will keep the little guys busy for a little while on a rainy day. The pool is this parks crown jewel. It has a couple of fantastic water slides. It is very well kept.
The Wi-Fi is only available by the office, not throughout the campground. You also need to get the password from the store. It did work, but only if there was not a lot of people using it. It would slow to a crawl. The campground has a gate so you will need to get the card at registration. A/C is a $3.oo add on. - 4njcampers
Aug 2012 - $36.00
We stayed at a corner site that was level, and nice size. It had a good amount of privacy with densely wooded areas on all sides (view at back of site through sparse vegetation: well maintained seasonal site and transient tent/pop-up sites, to the left through thicker vegetation; transient site), directly in front of site playground and rally field. Site was fine stone, campground roads/walking paths rocky terrain (watch out for random ankle breaker sized rocks). Site was nicely wooded with large mature trees that offered shade throughout the day. Nice pool with clean bathrooms and hot showers just a short walk away. Good high efficiency washer and dryer. Mostly seasonals here. No Wi-Fi or Sewer, pump-out service Mondays and Fridays, $3 extra per day for air conditioner and a few extra random charges. No recycling containers-carry out cans/bottles/paper. Staff were somewhat helpful. Seasonal sites hit or miss-a lot of older/ weathered RVs.. Be sure to follow campsite directions, roads in the area are very curvy and narrow. Close drive to nice state parks. - ryjackopher
Jul 2012 - $36.00
Nice, quiet, wooded campground. Sites are are little tight to get in to, but plenty of room once you're set up. The roads leading to the campground are narrow and curvy. Office people are very friendly and helpful. - bgg
Aug 2015 - $49.00
A heavily wooded campground about 60 miles north of Philadelphia, close to the Delaware River and other northern Bucks County attractions. Difficult to find; watch out for narrow roads - plan ahead. Arrived late on a Friday night; "David" thankfully escorted us to the site, which was wide, clean and flat with stones. Permanent sites are separated from transients. Most permanents in good shape. An active campground with organized games throughout Saturday for children and teens. Camp store is well-stocked, with an indoor game area. Large lake for fishing and two pools with water play-features. A high cost for only water and electric - knocked down my rating. Charges $7.50 per adult guest. One dumping station means you'll be lining up to get out on Sunday. Be sure to leave an extra hour. Trash is picked up on site (didn't learn that until we drove around looking for a Dumpster). There's a honeywagon too, but the service isn't available on weekends, or wasn't well advertised. We have friends in the area and will likely visit again. - Lancaster Camper
Aug 2014 - $49.00
This campground is probably wonderful for families. There are lots of activities, a lake and a pool, hayrides, etc. But not so much for old fogies like us, in a big rig. The roads to the campground are 10 miles of narrow, winding country lanes. The driveway into the campground is not quite one lane wide, with obstacles or drop-offs on both sides. There are few places for a small car to pull off to let an RV pass. The site we had (Lake-8) was so steeply sloped that we could not level the coach. It did not have 50-amp service or a sewer at the site. We had no trouble with the Wi-Fi. We found the camping cost to be very expensive – the second most we’ve ever paid anywhere in 15 years of RVing! We would not stay here again. It was my mistake to choose this campground. - SusanRon
May 2014 - $40.00
This is a very different RV park from the ones we've been staying at for this past year on the road. We are used to well manicured, well furnished parks for older folks who are traveling. On the other hand, this very rustic park is family and kid friendly. Over the weekend, the place was crawling with happy children, running around unsupervised and seemingly safe. So, it depends upon what you are looking for. The place is tucked away in the hills and a bit of a challenge to find. Roads are paved and smooth, sites are gravel and fairly level. WiFi worked fairly well, though a bit slow at times. Our biggest gripe as full timers was the lack of sewer hookups. Our large tanks served us for five days before we had to leave. For families with small children, it is perfect. For Geritol Gypsies, it is less so. - Ray Waugh
Aug 2015 - $28.00
Stayed for a month. Restrooms are clean during the week but get trashed during the weekends when the campground fills up and there is only one restroom (mens and womens has 3 toilet stalls and 2 showers each) in the whole place. Owner and staff nice. No sewer hookups, honey dipper service was weekly and additional $. Seasonal people were very nice and friendly and welcoming, they have events for kids every weekend. Pool was nice, got crowded with people and their oversized toys sometimes. No lifeguard. Cute baby pool. Wi-Fi in clubhouse worked well. Location is great and we would stay again. - sbrigga315
Aug 2014 - $42.00
Good for families who want playground and pool and events; pricey and a bit too much activity for full-timers who just want a nice, quiet campsite away from it all. Approach from south, not north, as roads wind and are difficult from north. Restrooms clean enough, but dated. With lots of seasonals and local families with kids staying here, it was not one of our favorite campgrounds. That said, if you want to be in this area, which we did, this will do just fine - just expect a lot of activity in the summertime. - Jolly Out There
Sep 2011 - $34.00
Another good experience here. Sites are shaded and nicely set up. Quiet area, with little traffic on the road running along campground. Owners are welcoming and the bathrooms are clean. A lot of seasonals, and no sewer at the sites, but they do have a dump station. Nice playground, game room and decently stocked store, has pamphlets for area attractions. Rained hard the first night and had minimal puddling. Sites are a mix of gravel, dirt and grass. Will stay here again. - acenorm
Jun 2014 - $40.00
Wow! This was a refreshing twist to RV camping. Way off the beaten path we saw some amazing old houses on our way to this site. Trees and fields, plenty of space for kids to run and play, loads of wildlife including deer, beavers and chipmunks. Bathrooms were shocking clean for such a rustic location. These owners definitely aim to please. Located just outside of Easton this was a great pit stop on our way to Crayola Experience, I only wish we could have stayed longer. Millions of stars and fireflys at night.... No lights anywhere near this camp ground. If your looking to rough it with electric and water this is the place to go! Cash only. - GMC_STRIPES
Jul 2010 - $34.00
Nice quiet park, even on the weekends! This park is VERY out of the way. They do not have a lot of amenities nor activities, but they are close to a lot of attractions. They do not have a pool, but do have a swimming pond. It would be nice if they added just a little bit to their playground area. If your are looking for amenities, this is not for you. If you are looking for peace and quiet, and real camping, then stay here! - grim509
Jun 2010 - $31.00
This is a nice park, actually a farm/campground run by a very friendly family. We had a hard time finding it, but we came in the 'back way'. It would be easy from the direction that we exited. The shower house was dated, but clean. There were a lot of bugs, but that's because we were way back in the trees, very secluded. Overall, a nice park in an area where there aren't many. - Mo_Camper
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Park is located behind trailer sales lot. Convenient to Pa. locations, as well as N.J.
Sites are not level, but electric and water pressure was adequate. Large grassy area for pet's. No dumping at site, but honey wagon comes by (NO CHARGE) to empty your tanks :-)
Staff was extremely helpful and super friendly. I would stay here again. - 8345
May 2013 - $40.00
Office and staff were dirty. Staff looked like they just worked on an engine. Roads were muddy and full of potholes. Electric didn't work on our site, had to plug into the next site (which had a faucet that would not completely shut off). Would have left, but needed the electric for medical equipment and it was getting dark. - elliesaliner
May 2013 - $33.00
Don't trust your GPS! RV's were primarily pipeline workers. Roads were rough. Staff was friendly and helpful. We got on a site adequate for our 40'er. It was early season, so the pool was not open. Close to I-78, no traffic noise. Tenting area made nice trails. Back-in dump was no problem - plenty of space to maneuver. Would stay here again. - Phil&Susan
Sep 2015 - $32.00
We called the ranger from the Interstate and were able to get space for our larger rig near the end of the day. We were warned that we would just be in a parking lot, basically. there is no potable water in the park, no hookups, just parked between lines, for space 1, in the parking lot, which we found unusual. The park was quiet at night, also we noticed the lake, which was hard to see from our location, was down in water level as well.
we used the dump station on the way out in the morning. Also, roads to the park are paved but fairly uneven asphalt. Don't go into the area needing fuel, as there are only two choices, and the main road has a huge concrete New Jersey barrier running up and down the highway, which necessitates doing huge and dangerous U-turns with a rig. We finally had to unhook, just to get into a place. We wouldn't go back to the park again, unless a real emergency for a place to stay. We listed the site satisfactory only because we have no problem dry camping and with the threat of rain, we thought it would be ok to park on pavement. - elduque
Jul 2014 - $20.00
Stayed before the weekend, reservation website will show available sites but must reserve at least two nights in order to book plus Reserve America reservation fee. Weekend most sites were reserved, mixture of grass field and reservoir/lakeside sites. Main roads are paved, roads in campground are gravelly as are the campground parking sites. Sandy beach is a distance walk from campground which make the sites more private. Bathhouses are older and have individual toilet and separate shower units. Most sites are level and well spaced, low hanging tree branches make some campsite roads difficult to maneuver with bigger rigs. No hook-ups but good dump station and water connection by campground entrance. - travelin' guy
Jun 2008 - $20.00
A beautiful park on the Spruce Run Reservoir. The condition of the restrooms were the main reason I could not rate the park as a 10. The facilities are quite worn and, although they were cleaned daily, weekend use was overwhelming and by Saturday night things were pretty grungy. There were 5 stalls and 3 showers (one of each wheelchair accessible)in each of the two bathroom buildings, but one of the buildings had only one shower in use, and one of the men's showers ran cold water only. Weekdays the campground was almost empty. It is primarily a popular weekend place for extended families who are tent-camping; definitely great for kids with the lake, a beach, boat rentals and playgrounds. Our spot was tight for a 32' Fifth-wheel due to overhanging trees. (There is lots of space between sites.)If you have a rig this large the following sites will accommodate you: 7, 8, 9, 16, 17, 21, 24, 33, 39, 61, 67, 70. Note: The park day-use area allows pets, but the campground does not. - Horizons28
Jun 2014 - $35.00
Little Red Barn is really nice. Upper Bucks County can be pretty busy so being out of the way is a good thing with this location. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The sites are roomy and not challenging to get into. There is plenty of open area for family fun and the store and pool are really great. There are a couple of local restaurants that have great food and great service. - ArEfBee
Apr 2012 - $40.00
Chose Little Red Barn because it was on Good Sam list from past years. They've dropped their membership so not on current list. Small, tight roads and turns to get in to transient section of campgrounds. Seasonably are all in the front middle and look like they were allowed to take whatever site they wanted and shape it to their liking years ago. We chose a pull through and once we made it in, felt it OK. Fortunately we were the only one in the pull through area or else our slide and awning might have touched a neighbor's slide and awning. Sewer dump is in front of office/store and you actually have to drive off their property back on to town road to pull back in to dump - then pull back out when you go to leave. Not exactly super service in my book. Lots of tent sites, but lots of black flies, mosquito's and ticks. Had rained the day before we arrived in mid-April and a lot of sites still had standing water in them. They were just installing Wi-Fi around the campground when we were there. - yesmar
Oct 2010 - $35.00
We paid for two nights, but we left after one. The "Pull Thru" had too sharp a turn so we had to back in. Since this campground was in the middle of nowhere, it is easy to get lost and the roads in the area are very winding and narrow. We had to call the campground for directions and they couldn't tell us how to get there when we were actually only 10 miles away. The man at the office acted like he didn't want to be there at all. Our spot was very isolated and pitch dark. Thankfully we got satellite reception. There are many long term and storage spots which makes it an eyesore. Skip this one. - quineey
Aug 2015 - $45.00
Would have helped if someone could have give us directions to by-pass the covered bridge?! Uh, most of your clients are motorhomes, pull-alongs etc. How can you not know how to get a client to your campground? We didn't end up staying. We got their last spot on Oak Drive. It was sandwiched between dirty and sloppy. Dirt road; dirt spot. No way to get into the spot safely. Access to water was a mystery. Couldn't find it and neither could the staff. No one there to help with anything. As we were leaving, we saw some lovely spots with large grass area in the front. They were the seasonals. The spots they have for overnights were not acceptable. Pass on this place. - DrSheilaHereNow
Jun 2015 - $45.00
Majority of the campground is filled with trashy/junky seasonal sites. There is only a small number of sites for weekend rentals - and these sites are not accomodating for long RV's - 30'+ - they are short and cannot park tow vehicle in front of the spots. Most of the sites do not have stone - it rained the entire weekend we camped and our sites turned into a nasty mud pit -- some additional stone would have fixed this. They do have a very nice pool, but the hours are limited. The office staff were nice and helpful. It wa snot a bad place, but for the price and the location, not the best value for the fee they charge. Free wi-fi was available - but it had a very poor signal - worse than the "spotty" ATT and Verizon cell coverage in the area - we could barely make phone calls, and downloading emails/txts was not possible. - Lspajm
Apr 2015 - $25.00
Well defined sites, great staff, peaceful. - wpagejr
Oct 2015 - $30.00
This park has basically no amenities or services. The camping area was a big field with a few trees around the perimeter. There were some Porta potties across the field. Dry camping on a field costs us $30. The park ranger was rude about our camping at night after 7 pm, so we hadn't paid in advance. This left a very bad impression of their state parks. Don't recommend. - stocky
May 2012 - $20.00
We stayed here since we could not get in to the Spruce Run Rec Area campgrounds, This site is about 10 minutes away, up on top of a hill. You must drive up some steep grades to get to the campsite. The sites are "primitive", no water, elecricity, etc. The site itself is pretty enough, with the campsites all bordering a large grassy field. Be warned, there's a fair amount of poison ivy here and there (especially around the small playground, which our 2-year-old was magnetically attracted to). The bath house was fairly disgusting; there are pit toilets and a couple of showers. Lots of paper strewn around, and very unpleasant odors (my wife had to use the men's latrine because the women's was so disgusting). A nice feature (for those so interested) is that the NJ Astronomical Assn's observatory is a short hike away; they tell me it's the largest public telescope (27") in NJ. Attended an open talk there on Sat night, but it was unfortunately too hazy to use the big telescope. Probably would not stay here again if there's space at Spruce Run. - Will Dennis
May 2006 - $20.00
There was virtually no one else here during our visit (midweek prior to school letting out). Park is pretty and wooded, with hiking paths, playgrounds, picnic areas and even an observatory1! Staff exceedingly helpful and pleasant. We had no trouble parking our 35' Fifth Wheel, although there are probably not many sites that we could have used. We were able to set up our Internet dish, but again, few sites from which this would have been possible. Please note that pets and even possession of alcohol are prohibited by park rules. There is a dump, but I think a large rig would have trouble using it. The drive through town to get here includes a 12'6" overpass and somewhat narrow roads. (There is an alternate route around the overpass.) - User51
Apr 2015 - $38.00
This is the second time we stayed here. The sites are back in but easy to negotiate. We used our antenna to get all the major TV channels. They do not have cable service. WiFi is available near the office and worked well. The drive to many of the local attractions is about 40 to 50 minutes. Some nice local mom & pop restaurants and pizza shops. Try Vinny's just down the road 5 minutes. - RVBill1063
Sep 2014 - $38.00
We were so very disapointed. We wanted to tour Valley Forge and found this campground to be too far from the park. The cable did not work, the office was not open, the park is not dog friendly at all. The rate of $38.00 (cash only) was unacceptable. It is a $22.00 park at best. We stayed only one night and left as early as we could get the car hooked up. - bugs53
Apr 2013 - $38.00
This campground is a real gem. Family owned and operated. Staff in the office is very helpful. Sites are perfectly level and gravel covered. Lots to see and do in the area. Very convenient to center city Philadelphia via a 50 minute SEPTA train ride. Just 25 minutes to Dorney Park. This is a nice place for short overnight stay or long term. Very peaceful and quiet and about 6 minutes to PA Turnpike. - RVBill1063
Aug 2014 - $37.00
Very pleasantly surprised. Not far north of Philly. Convenient for us to visit relatives. Excellent interior roads, good power. Nice area, good shopping and restaurants nearby. Cash/check only. Had to mail a check to hold a site. Will stay again when visiting the area. - MissingLinc
Jul 2014 - $34.00
This isn't really an RV park, it's an adult/retirement mobile home community with some vacant lots (paved and level) which are rented out to RVers. That said, the staff was very helpful and the permanent residents were all friendly and we felt welcome there, and the price was right. There's nothing scenic about it since it's not a campground (a couple sites had picnic tables, our didn't), but it worked for our needs (a home base near Philly for a week). The street we were on had four RVs and four mobile homes. There were plenty of residential streets nearby where we could go for long walks with our dogs. The free WiFi worked sometimes often we had to revert to using our hotspot. We'd stay again if our main goal is a place to park for a bit near Philly and we're not looking for an RV park to "camp" in. - LifeRebooted
Aug 2013 - $35.00
Nice mobile home park with transient RV sites. Not much ambiance, but a decent place to stop when visiting Philadelphia. Friendly residents. Sites level and paved, most with easy access. Mix of back in, pull thrus, and what appeared to be "parallel parking" sites. Our site was a back in with the only nit being we couldn't fully extend awning due to power pole. Power, water OK; sewer needs a donut; WiFi decent but they don't guarantee coverage to all sites. We were two sites from the antenna w/67% signal strength. We will stay here again when in the area. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
Aug 2015 - $21.00
Rate is for weekly rate, electricity was extra. The site we had was one of four towards the front was deep and fairly level, a little off side-to-side. The hookups were good, and the cable had a good selection of channels. If you have satellite you'll need one of these front sites due to the trees, our site was open, but those towards the back are heavily forested. The owner is very friendly and very easy going. Plenty of area to walk a dog. The pool was older, but decent. Half of the pool was very shallow, 2ft, which was great for young kids. They have two play areas with swings and other features which were nice. We stayed here to visit our daughter's family who live near Philadelphia, and this was the closest and nicest place we could find for this rate. We would definitely stay here again. - ram53
Jul 2013 - $25.00
This rate is the weekly rate for a 30 amp plus we had to pay electricity for the site. The campground is quiet and the owner is helpful and responsive to problems. However, the campground is in need of maintenance, painting and general clean up work. It does have a run down and tired look about it although flowers have been planted and you can tell some effort has been made to make the campground attractive. The bathrooms are tiny but clean. The cable channels are quite extensive and the WiFi was reliable and quick most of the time. On a few nights it was slow or unavailable. There is a pool which people were using, but I cannot comment on it since we did not use the pool. You are only 15 miles from a train station to catch the SEPTA rail into Philadelphia which was convenient. You are about 20 miles from Valley Forge National Park and King of Prussia Mall. Whether this campground is for you depends on your priorities. For us, the quiet was worth fewer amenities and a few inconveniences. I am not sure if we would stay here again. I would definitely explore options before staying again but I would not rule it out. - cgrubbs
Aug 2012 - $30.00
This is the very best Campground! We have full timed for a year now. Their isn't a bad spot here. I never leave a review but for a great place to relax quietly safely and very cleanly we haven't been to a better place.The feel to this place is just like it's name Homestead with the large spaces when your outside cooking kicking back feel like you own backyard out in the woods.We will be back next fall too! - H G WAYNE
Sep 2015 - $46.00
Found this site on Passport America website. Called to see if they could accommodate 42 ft., was told yes. Drove about 5 hours to get there and then was refused the P.A. discount because the lady said we were too long. She said she only gave PA dqiscount up to 39 or 40 ft. We only took one space and our tow vehicle was still behind the RV. Don't understand how she can advertise as PA and refuse the discount for PA. We were there on a Tuesday night. The park was almost 100% permanent units and was very unkept. Would NOT recommend this campground to any one. - Lenox
Aug 2015 - $45.00
First of all, there is a covered bridge that you probably should not try to use. Unfortunately, no one at the camp knew how to direct us around the bridge. Very nice people and we got the last spot they had. Oak Street! No numbers on spots, no one knew where the running water hook up was, and the area was dirty looking. The best spots are in the center. The restaurant is not operating, camp store very limited, and whole place hilly. Long term rigs filthy. We didn't stay the night. - DrSheilaHereNow
Apr 2015 - $51.00
Streets are in poor condition and speeding is an issue so they put speed bumps in that really rocked our camper. Lots are not really defined so it seems that first one there gets the most area. As stated in other reviews loud music is an issue and we left a day early because of it. - wpagejr
Jun 2012 - $35.00
This is the first time staying at this campground and we were pleasantly surprised. It is tucked away on some back wooded roads and the campground is spread out on two sides of the road. We stayed in a section away from the main campground where the pool and activities were going on, across the road, but we liked it. Very spacious, wooded pull through site. It has a lake for fishing and lots of activities for kids and grown-ups were posted. We walked around to see what the other sites looked like: 90% are permanents, but they have 2 small sections dedicated pretty much to weekend campers. And both sections were shady and set up nicely. We went to Rice's Flea Market on Saturday, which is about a half hour away. The only reason I'm giving a 9: the two wooded sections for weekend campers, do not have any bathhouses. You would need to walk a pretty far distance to use the bathhouses. We were only here for 3 days, so it was ok that they don't have sewer hook-ups at any sites at this campground and we could dump on our way out. We will definitely be coming back here at least one or two more times this season. We just loved that it was tucked away from it all. - pokey
Sep 2009 - $40.00
We stayed here about mid-Sept, and well, didn't get to try the pool (which was closed) but looked nice. The staff were helpful, but the roads and sites were small and rough. It was hard to maneuver our Fifth Wheel into the campground and our lot which is narrow. It's a pretty campground but a rocky mountain. We probably would visit again if in the area. - camp1984
Oct 2006 - $30.00
Our site was small and on large stones, not small gravel. There was a pa system throughout the campground used to announce activities. The first activity we heard was for the 10 pm hayride Friday night. We have younger children and they were already in bed. I think an announcement at 10 pm is too late and loud. Quiet time was announced both nights as well. There were several nice activities for the kids. A large percentage of sites appeared to be seasonal. There also appeared to be young teens running around unsupervised at night. We won't return unless there is no where else to go. - kfosbenner
Jun 2015 - $45.00
This place is so pretty, wooded and green and right on the Delaware River, that we wished we could have stayed longer than the five days we did. Nice and helpful staff. The only downsides were lack of sewer hookup (typical for that area - they have a drain service) and grass-on-clay sites. After a rain, the site became so slippery that our 2WD truck got stuck and we had to be towed out. - Ray Waugh
Sep 2013 - $77.00
Clean, friendly with lovely scenery and a pleasure to stay there. - sistersusa
Jul 2013 - $60.00
Great place for the family and kids; clean, well run campground. Terrific spaces, lots to do, and friendly efficient staff. - FlagSpEd
Jun 2015 - $44.00
This is our third stay here. Being in the Northeast, rates are high. For ten days, it cost us over $440.
The park has a lot of old growth trees, which make it very pleasant. We always reserve the corner space, which is quite roomy.
There are no sewers, but they will pump you out twice a week which works fine.
The office staff is not particularly friendly, which is something they need to work on. Grounds staff is much nicer.
When the office is closed (5 PM on weekdays), you have to have a token to raise the gate to enter the park. These tokens have to be purchased at the office for $1 each. With the rates they charge, they could well afford to simply GIVE you a token for each day you book.
A bigger problem is when you have visitors, they will be charged $8 EACH to enter the park. This is supposedly a fee to cover "use of facilities." The only real facilities are the swimming pool (which is quite nice) and the worn out, filthy, rotting miniature golf course (which costs an ADDITIONAL $1 each to use).
However, since the campground is so close to our daughter and grandkids, it's just too handy a location to pass up. - dhaney1944
Oct 2013 - $40.00
This is a very nice place to stay. The Delaware River is nearby, and the rural setting is quiet and restful.The staff is friendly with the exception of the younger girl who checked us in. Sites are grass, but we found a level area in ours with little effort. The place has a ridiculous number of speed bumps. Pets are supposed to be kept quiet but the owner's dogs could often be heard barking. There are a LOT of picnic tables which people keep moving around while you're out for the day, so we had to move them to get back into our campsite. My biggest negative would be that the gate will not work when the office is closed (5 PM), so you have to buy tokens for $1 each or you can't get in. It just seems like a really cheap thing to do. Why not just GIVE clients one token for every night they book? In spite of that, the place is well run and well organized, and we would stay here again. - Dave the Florida Gator
May 2013 - $45.00
We checked in on Friday afternoon around 1 PM, since we booked weeks ago we paid in full and thought we could drive to the site. Not so lucky, we were greeted at the entrance gate where a staff member asked us our name and wrote some information and then were told to go the the office to check in. So to the office we go, were asked how many kids and adults, I informed them three adults and no kids. Another $24 for your guest please (then accidentally charged us $92). Really? OK, with that done they informed me that the 30 amp service is for lights only. No electric heaters, water heaters or air conditioning. Everything is extra. Check in took about 30 min before we went to our site. Once at the site we hooked up our electric and water, the utilities worked fine over the entire weekend. There are over 50% seasonal campers here. Sites are tight, almost rally like where your awning comes close to touching your neighbors slide. Fire wood is $6 per bundle (6 pieces) you are not allowed to bring your own in, you must buy it from them. The Delaware River is so nice looking there. Oh, make sure you do not get a site up by the road, there are lots of loud motorcycles that drive along Route 46. Sorry but we did not use the bathhouses or showers over the weekend. We were on Oak 57. - bug512
May 2013 - $20.00
This park is mainly privately owned RV lots, with park model units ( they look like log cabins). There are a few RV lots, but most are in disrepair. The developer is presently in a legal battle with the HOA, thus all rents have to be paid to the County Sheriff. Our rate is based on a monthly rate. I would stay away from this park until legal issues are resolved. The wireless worked well; TV is very poor; the cable is just an old fashioned CATV. - BillI
Apr 2013 - $25.00
Laurel Pond is a money making scam! We stayed here in our RV in one of their "Luxury" sites. The website shows beautiful, clean, well maintained sites. In reality you get a dirty, muddy site over grown with bushes. The "president" or "manager" moves you in, collects your money, and is never to be seen or heard from again until he wants more money. There has been a huge amount of problems with our stay at Laurel Pond: 1) Most importantly, the owner did not pay the electric bill for 3 months, therefore causing the office, wifi, and water well pump to shut down. Meaning we were without water for 2 days with no end in sight. The Health Department then came through and shut the campground down and ordered everyone to vacate or pay fines. Some of these people had just paid $1600.00 to stay in the lodge for a month and will not be refunded. We paid $585.00 to rent an RV site for a month and were told to leave with two weeks still left on our rental agreement. 2) The water is nasty! It is untreated well water and will ruin anything porcelain or plastic in your RV! It is a simple fix, but the owner refuses to remedy the situation. 3) The Sheriff's Department showed up with a Writ of Execution stating that the owner owed money, and a lien was placed on the property; therefore all those who are renting will now pay rent to the Sheriff's Department. Shortly after this was served, the owner came by and demanded that we pay him and not the sheriff which is illegal. He was hoping to be paid under the table. 4) There are zero amenities; everything is over grown and not taken care of at all! We did not even have a picnic table at our site which is pretty standard at even the most basic campgrounds. 5) Owner will not answer the phone, even in the event of an emergency on site. 6) Owner tries to intimidate you with legal mumbo jumbo that doesn't make any sense at all to get you to pay him cash instead of doing the legal thing. 7) The lodges are gross! The laundry (linens) is washed inside and hung out to dry, sometimes for weeks or days and placed on the beds with ticks, hair (human and pet) and other gross things on them. The lodges also stink like mold or trash. 8) The owner has horrible record keeping skills and "guesses" the meter readings. Some people were charged $400.00 for one month's electric from the owner's "best guess" at meter reading. We took pictures of ours and wrote it down and our bill was still wrong. I could go on and on, but these are the most important things you need to know. Do not stay here unless you like to give away money! - HappilyUprooted
Jul 2012 - $80.00
Run as fast as you can. They should not even be using the word "Resort" in the title of this place. The website is a total scam. The park doesn't look anything like it does online. Before arriving, we were actually excited about this campground from the website pictures and details. Once we arrived, although the office says open, no one is ever there. A few of the locals, mentioned the owners are going through some legal issues. Everything is overgrown, nothing is maintained or treated. The lake is a swamp and the nearby lakes are all empty. It is right down the street from Six Flags, and it seems quite a few kids live on the property and work at Six Flags during the day and party at night. Someone else told us to watch our credit card for unauthorized charges from the owner. Stay away! - CasillasCampers
Sep 2015 - $45.00
A very large facility North of the charming town of Hope, New Jersey. For a large rig, the roads here are very small country roads and require a lot of caution to negotiate. Coming North from Hope, NJ, there were no signs at the turns and require good planning, as a turnaround on some of the roads would be very difficult.
We were in a site at the top of the hill on a beautiful grass area and the first night there, a Thursday night, was one of the quietest nights we have ever experienced at a park, contrasted with the next night, which was one of the noisest! There are many, many seasonol campers scattered everywhere, and come Friday night, it seemed like they all came out from the city to relax and party. We had a particularly noisy group near us that had all sorts of people come in, cars parked all over, sitting around a fire, and the noise of their talking and laughing was so loud, we slept with our windows closed and air conditioning on, to drown it out. They even brought a lawn mower and were mowing grass in front of their area. I mentioned the noise to one of the staff the next day and got a shrug of the shoulders. I know they like the money from the seasonal rentals, but they should police them more and make sure they abide by the same quiet hours that we have to follow. We would never stay there again on a weekend night because of that. - elduque
Sep 2015 - $45.00
Great place for kids with no supervision...several playgrounds and lots of room to ride bikes. There were masses of children running around having a wonderful time, screaming and yelling with not a parent in sight. Very few transient sites. Ours was pull-thru, roomy, easy to get in and out. No antenna TV reception. No Verizon hotspot or phone. No cable. No wifi. (Did not pay for their wifi thanks to a previous reviewer's advice.) The worst thing was a live DJ show for three hours Saturday night with music so loud it shook our RV for the entire time. There was no way to get away from it. We received no warning of this event so we were stuck with it. This is an attractive place but not one suited to retirees who detest loud noise. We will definitely not return. - all4pets
Jul 2015 - $43.00
We stayed here two weeks for a family wedding in nearby Stroudsburg, PA. Good location in that it is far from the highway, so it is very quiet at night. Lots and lots of seasonals. Our neighbors were from Florida and Arizona. The parks charges for WiFi, which was basically $5 per day. We opted not to get that because that is a total rip-off, and one of our neighbors said that it wasn't worth it because the signal is very weak. The park also charges $8 PER PERSON PER DAY for visitors, which is also a total rip-off. We were told if they didn't stay longer than an hour they wouldn't charge.
Other than that, the park is kept clean and the pool was nice. The "adult" pool had a couple of tables with umbrellas, but the "family" pool had nothing. I had to ask one of the workers to bring an umbrella for me, as I am recovering from cancer and can't sit in the direct sun for long while watching my grandson in the pool. They were very nice and rigged something up for me.
We used the laundry facilities a couple of times. The room is not air conditioned but fairly clean. They keep it open 12/7, which is nice.
Not sure if we will stay here again if there is another option. We didn't know the area, being from Colorado, but now we have a better idea of where we might want to stay next time. - thecampbells
Aug 2008 - $20.00
There are not many sites for an RV. Ours is 28' with no slideouts. I would say 30' would be the limit. We had site #26. The only other sites we would have considered are #28 and #20. You had to back 100' up a slight hill. If you are not good at maneuvering your camper this place is not for you. There are some inclines to haul up also. The privacy is great and the views on top of the mountain are awesome also. Staff was very friendly and helpful. - Jodee
Oct 2015 - $28.00
We stayed in this park 1 night. The campground was clean, if a little run-down. The campground spreads around a pretty little lake. It seemed like it was mostly seasonal campers, with a few sites set us aside for those of us passing through. We were there during October, and many of the campsites were really decorated for Halloween. This is a Passport America campground. - ShoreXplorers
Sep 2015 - $27.00
Somewhat off the beaten path in the country in the woods only a few miles off the freeway and just down the road from Six Flags. The roadway through this older park is pretty rough and the sites are packed sand and not very level. They have a picnic table. They also have fire pits but fires were not allowed when we there due to the high fire danger. There a a lot of amenities; swimming pool, spa, miniture golf and a playground. They are on a small lake with fishing docks. This is an older park and could use some tender loving care. Even with the PA rate, it is still overpriced. - Michael Kibler
Aug 2015 - $26.00
This was an OK stay. Just one night. Huge pool. Bathroom clean. No laundry. Run down and seemed to be lots of full time people. Was fine for passing through. Overheard people asking to move because of snakes at their site. Not sure I'd stay there more than a night though. - kiwitravelers
Oct 2015 - $45.00
Fla-Net is a campground to avoid. GPS location is incorrect - it took us to a dead-end road. So we had to unhitch our towed vehicle to get turned around. The manager said they keep meaning to correct that. The campground was a mix of hills and valleys. It was the most uneven campground I've ever seen. The first spot they sent me to was way too narrow with overhanging trees that scraped my roof. After complaining they gave me the adjacent site. Thankfully I had a good surge protector. It caught the fact that the electric had no "ground" and the polarity was reversed. This could have fried my camper's electrical system. Had to add an extender to my electric cable to hook up to the next site over. This place is a wreck! - Vince & Charlette
Jul 2015 - $48.00
Extremely tight spots. Some tough terrain to drive through to get to park and even more to get to your spot. The operator is nice enough and fairly helpful and provides a 10% discount just for asking while not officially part of a discount program.
The amenities seem quite nice though we didn't have an opportunity to use them. It seems popular as it was pretty full.
30A with water was $38/night. 30A with water and sewer was $43/night. 50A with water and sewer was $48, which we paid $43, discounted. In my opinion a little steep for such a cramped, fairly basic space. $10 less across the board and I'd up my rating for value. - Outlaw Pilots
Jul 2014 - $29.00
A transition is about. I rolled through here last summer and found a lot of the same things others were complaining about. But the one brother seems to be working vigilantly to bring the park up to par. He may not be there just yet, but it is coming along. Recently, a load of road millings were delivered to help shore up the roads, there are 2 new washer machines, the playground and pool areas are painted and improved, the grass is cut on a regular basis and it looks like a majority of the long-term worker residents have left. Perhaps half a dozen are left. The problem I have is the lack of enforcement with the leash law/rule. The long-termers come home from work and drink beer while their dogs are running around until 10 at night - weekends are worse. If you are a responsible dog owner, you constantly have fend off the loose ones. The other thing is the Internet. It took a while for someone to come out and kick the Wi-Fi unit in the rear end to get it to work. I'll be here next year - scarpacci
Jun 2013 - $34.00
It is a resort campground. The ponds and swimming areas are across a country road from the RV park which is off the road and into the trees. It is a little tight with the trees and shrubs. It seems to have a lot of RV's set in place for the season and some a lot longer. Had small laundry, but big kids arcade room. Great for families. - dumbodog
Aug 2011 - $35.00
I would not recommend to anyone. The access roads to the sites are very very tiny. There are no activities for children other than a run down game room and a basketball court "on grass". - pokey
Jul 2010 - $37.00
We were not happy with this park. It was supposed have access for big rigs but the roads were not wide enough for longer rigs to get around. There are lots of trees, great for shade but, hard to maneuver around and limbs are trimmed 2-3 ft from the trunk and trimmed too low. They also had cable TV wires hanging too low(12 ft), which scraped the top of our rig and pulled off our satellite dish, and the park refused to pay for any damages. These cables actually laid upon the roofs of resident trailers. Sewer lines were above ground level and cracked. I would not stay there again. Poorly maintained park! - vshank
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Paved roads, gravel sites. It is on a hill and the sites are terraced. The first spot we were put into was a bit unlevel and we had a hard time trying to get level. We asked to be moved and the camp manager was very pleasant and found a better spot for us. We were here 5 nights, very quiet park for the most part. The rules are strict, but for the betterment of the park and provided a quiet pleasant stay. One neighbor had a noisy dog and when we called the park manager, she told us that a few other campers had also called her and she was on her way to check things out. Problem resolved. We were on the top of the hill and had a beautiful view of the area around us. No pool, playground or other amenities. The laundry facilities that are clean. There is a car race track somewhere in the area, so Saturday evening was a bit noisy. Nothing they can do about that. We will stay here again when in the area. - esta34950
May 2015 - $36.00
We stayed here at the beginning of the season so there were few other occupied sites. We chose to stay in the lower part of the park, off the hill. Had a site with water and electric. The sites on the hill were mostly filled with seasonal/year round occupants. They also had amenities likw sewer that we didn't need. It is an excellent park and I would stay here again if the opportunity arose. - DXRFLYER
May 2013 - $46.00
The owner told us to park in any unoccupied site but made us move the rig after we parked it. Charged extra for two of my kids. Not family friendly as advertised. However, it is friendly to long-term campers. Nothing to do. Couldn't find the play ground nor stream as shown on the website. No WiFi at our site. The owner didn't seem happy to have a family of five staying for only one night. - tdrager
Aug 2015 - $50.00
I've seen actual trailer parks that were better. Owners act as though they are doing you a favor letting you stay in their park. A laundry list of rule in small print, which they do not enforce for their 'special' friends. Costly compared with the other parks in the area, 750$/mth. New internet system which crashes frequently, and when it is up it is lousy. No cable connection and the park is covered in tree, preventing ANY satellite signal (don't let the dishes you see fool you, they don't work). Run down facilities that feel dingy. Everything needs at least some paint and repairs. If you complain about anything the owner will be banging on your door asking why you are being unreasonable, even if your complain is back be 3 other people around you. None of the utility connections are in standard places. Bring ALOT of hose to make RV connections. None of sewer pipes screw in so they have no seal. All over horrible place that caters to noisy offensive guests. Stayed here until my month was out and moved down the street. Every place in the area is better.When I checked out they charged me 170$ for a month of electricity, even though I turn everything, AC included, off during the day while I am at work; and I was away for 2 of the weekends. They did not have an accurate starting reading on the meter and took the last reading from whomever was in the slot before me, which was 2 months prior to my arrival. - Alex Spencer
Jul 2012 - $42.00
This is a "resort" in name only. It has seen its best days a long, long time ago. Mostly seasonal sites, poorly maintained roads, trash and old camper parts, awnings, covers, etc., left where they fell. Store stuffed with junk, crowded and un-organized. Saw only one or two other non-seasonal RV's. Had our choice of 5-6 different sights, chose the best of the bunch and had a tough time backing in between the trees, junk, and other obstacles. We could not get into another nearby campground and had to settle for this. Luckily we were staying with friends and only had to sleep here 2 nights out of 7. - Ron & Pat
Aug 2009 - $40.00
This resort is the "last resort" and we had no other choices in the area. This was as close as we could get to McGuire Air Force Base, where my son is stationed. The sites were long, but nowhere near level. Lots and lots of sand and rocks. Picnic tables covered with mold. Everything was old and falling apart. The whole place looked like a junk yard for old RVs. They had lots of unfriendly rules. For example, if I wanted to have my military son and his wife over for dinner, the "resort" wanted to charge them $10 each to enter the park. It was so patriotic I wanted to puke. Every Wal-Mart parking lot I've ever stayed in beat this place, hands down. I'll never stay there again. I gave this place a rating of 2 only because the site was long enough and the hookups worked. - azcartys
Aug 2015 - $60.00
$60 per night was for a level concrete-all-around site with full hookups. There are only three full hookup sites (the first site is kept unoccupied to be used as a dump station); the remaining sites have water and electric. All sites are first come, first served. This parking lot (many hospital employees park here) campground is located about one mile from many of the Philadelphia medical facilities including the VA Medical Center and UPENN Hospitals. In addition, all the amenities are close by. It's not much for looks (there are trees along the border fence) but if you're looking for a convenient-to-everything-place to camp and you're going to be out all day, this is the perfect location. Free shuttles are offered to the hospitals and bus stops. The dispatchers, who are the go to people, were very helpful and full of information. AT&T and Verizon cell service were full bars of 4G LTE. We used our Verizon jetpack for internet access as the campground Wi-Fi didn't provide enough speed for our needs. We received 43 over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
May 2015 - $52.00
Couldn't get into a real campground, even 6 weeks in advance, so came here knowing it was a parking lot with full hookups. Points for security, nearness to downtown, strong Verizon and over-the-air TV signals, and offering a free shuttle to public transit. Demerits for short, tight spaces that are hard to get into; noise (next to the train switching yard and 3 hospitals, so lots of clanging and sirens); sewer connection (a foot off the ground, so had to drain uphill); refusal to make reservations (which we thought we had after calling, then told on arrival that we didn't); and pricing practices. Their Good Sam ad, signage and web site all said $30/night, but they charge up to $20 more if you're over 29' (even though all the spaces are the same size) plus $12 for a towed or towing vehicle. I complained and they corrected the web site info. - Keeping up with the Joneses
May 2015 - $30.00
Yes this is not a campground but it is a great deal if you travel by RV and want to visit Philadelphia. Restrooms and shower are just OK. Been in worse and been in better. Bring flip flops.
Free transport to Hospital area where you can catch the #42 bus ( $2.25 each way exact as no change provided) and you are dropped off right at Independence Hall. Phila streets are very narrow and I can't imagine driving an RV downtown. Even a car will be tight and parking would be $$$$
We stayed 2 nites and would definitely stay again. Note not all sites have sewer hookup so be sure to ask for an appropriate site. Really only one site that appears to be lower than my RV dump pipe but we didn't need it so don't know how well it would have worked. Train noise wasn't a bother for us. - Tireman9
Oct 2015 - $39.00
Camp Taylor is a very nice place to stay IF you like this type of CG. Looking for a Resort with all sorts of fancy stuff? DO you NEED a concrete pad, 100 channels of TV, High speed Internet, 47-11 things to do carefully orchestrated for you? Then you probably won't like this CG. If on the other hand, you like a somewhat rustic place, no street lights, no highway noise, trees, nature? Then you will like this CG. From here you can take hikes up onto the Appalachian trail and a few other feeder trails. You are in a Rural Area, it is not a 5 minute drive to Walmart! However there are a number of places nearby to visit, farm stores, flea markets, a few antiques stores. AND there is the Lakota Wolf reserve on the premises. This is a MUST SEE.
The CG itself, the sites are spacious, you are mostly shielded from the site immediately next to you. There is a stone fire ring, not an old rusty truck tire rim. There is water with decent pressure and 30 Amp electric at your site. You can back in far enough that you and your car are not hanging out in the road ways. We stay in the 'circle' area, on a clear night you can set up a telescope and see the universe! no light pollution here!
Some times the wolves will start to howl! An awesome sound. Yes there are Bears in the area, we didn't see any.
Do follow the directions on the website and not your GPS to get here. Your GPS will take you up some REALLY steep roads. Camp Taylor is worth the trip. The people running the Campground are very nice, yes they have some rules, if you don't like their rules, you probably have issues any place you go. They are not onerous and anyone that can't grasp the importance is likely someone you don't want to camp near! - blues traveler
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Close to several hiking trails accessible from the campground- ask for map at desk... the site we stayed in was large... utilities worked well and the internet was fairly useful (and free). This campground is a great location for mild to serious hiking in the Water Gap and the Lakota Wolf Preserve is interesting as well... great place to stop for a rest / showers and recoup' if your hiking the AT. Campground is about 2 miles from the AT accessible via established trails.
No pool but there's a nice swimming pond that was very clean and refreshing. Great place to introduce kids to hiking or embark on a very serious one for yourself / experienced. Ask for free hiking maps at front counter. (Elevation / colored trails... excellent) My kid loved the trinkets and "gift shop stuff" a good hike deserves a reward! - Jim and Ben
Oct 2014 - $50.00
This was an average park that could use some updating. Staff was friendly and helpful. The setting in the woods was nice and peaceful and management enforces quiet hours which we like to see. For the hiker, there are many opportunities. Bathrooms and showers are adequate but dated and cleanliness varied from day to day. It is a long walk to the showers and flush toilets from parts of the campground. There are portable toilets scattered about but this campground really needs at least two additional modern bathhouses on the back side for its size. Very few sites are suitable for larger rigs and access roads are tight. This campground is also expensive for what it is and there are lots of add-on costs. With a little updating and some improvements this could be a first class location (and worth the higher cost) but as it stands now its just average....not great....not bad. The main attraction here is the wolf preserve. - jrwalkerpa1
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Another return trip to our favorite campground in New Jersey. Spectacular, large, wooded sites. Many wonderful trails. Rangers are friendly and helpful and pick up your garbage and recycling daily from your site. Only negative is no sewer. This park is a gem. - susie-q
Oct 2015 - $40.00
This is the most densely forested campground we've stayed in yet. This meant quite a bit of privacy between most sites, but also meant it was challenging driving our 37' motorhome through the campground. The road weaves back and forth the entire way (not straight) with trees and branches very close to the road. We managed it but I can't picture trying it in a much bigger rig. Our camping area was very large, with a picnic table and fire ring. There's a trash can and recycle can at every site which was nice. Our site was mostly hard packed sand (not gravel), so we were constantly tracking it into the rig. We needed 75' of hose to reach the water spigot at our site, but still it was nice having water available, as many county/state parks don't have it at sites. It was a very short drive to Six Flags (our reason for visiting) which was convenient. Being a county park there were lots of trails (and a lake) for walking our dog. The campground was practically deserted during the week but was completely full during the weekend with local campers. There was quite a bit of noise and campfire smoke when the campground was full, but it didn't bother us. Verizon and AT&T both worked great. It rained a lot one day, and some sites looked a bit flooded, but ours was fine. The price seems a little high for a county park, but everything in this area is expensive, so this is on par or even a little cheaper. We'd return here in the future. - LifeRebooted
Jul 2015 - $39.00
This county park is an excellent place. We have been camping here for the last 21 years every Memorial Day and Labor Day. All sites are pull-thrus and very large for lots of privacy. Totally love this place. - Kelly M
Jul 2013 - $24.00
This is a large destination campground with lots to do. It is well staffed by friendly people who know their business. Its the first time I've actually seen the pool, hot tub and beach staffed with lifeguards at a private resort. Most of the interior roads are dirt with some paved roads with heavier traffic. It is an older campground that shows its age but most of the campgrounds in the north east are no better. The common grounds are well maintained but management could do a better job of getting some of the seasonals to clean their sites a little better. We stayed here for a month at the rate of $725 in season but the daily rate is over $40. The electric is only 30 amps which was a problem during the summer. The voltage tended to drop off during days with high heat. Cable TV in an internal analog only system with a poor signal on the lower channels. The Wi-Fi is a hot spot at a pavilion. The maintenance people indicated the owner is thinking of upgrading a portion of his park to 50 amps. If he does he will be one of the few parks in the area that would accommodate class A's with two A/C's. - D in Davie
Apr 2013 - $45.00
Okay for a night or two. Staff was friendly and helpful. Park is more for park models/seasonal and tents. Price is for W/E only. - Minden Mike
Oct 2011 - $42.00
Panther Lake is a well maintained but old facility a nice wooded park like setting with level sites. WiFi is only available at the pavilion. We stayed as fulltimers from April - October 2011 this was our first campground. The staff is helpful, friendly and responsive to requests. During the week campground is quiet but at weekends gets busy with lots of activities for guests. We enjoyed our stay here and will stop by again. - limey84
Nov 2015 - $56.00
This is a nice campground with helpful hosts. Roads are narrow in places and some turns will be tight for big rigs. Sites are gravel, back in, and there are a lot of trees throughout the park. A nice store, but no book exchange. Our water filter was quite dirty after three days, so you may want to be sure to filter your water. Watch for the park entrance (340 Georgia Road), our GPS tried to take us to Love Lane which does not access the park. Watch carefully for the signs when coming from Jackson Mills Road; they are not easy to see and you can pass them up easily! We didn't use the restrooms or laundry. - DiplomatTraveler
Jun 2015 - $50.00
My husband and I recently stayed at Pine Cone and had a great time! There was a beautiful well kept pool, spotless bathrooms, great water pressure, clean laundry facilities, well maintained grounds and we found the office staff to be quite engaging! We would definitely stay there again, the only thing to make it better would be a snack bar. - paz
May 2015 - $51.00
This is by no means a "resort". The roads are only dirt and sand....no pavement anywhere. The laundry facility was horrible, dirty, and unkempt. The washers and dryers cost $3.25 each to use but the machines would not accept my coins and there was no one around to help or any signage to explain the problem with their use. The cable TV was down at first and, when we asked about it, we were told to go and try it the next day. The manner in which we were told was very rude and unfriendly and no on from the office offered to come to our site to check out the problem. In fairness, I will say that our site was spacious and the water pressure was good. But for the price we paid per night we feel we should have been made to feel more satisfied. We will never stay here again nor will we recommend this park to other RVers. - fidel85
Newton, New Jersey (map) | (973) 383-4026
Sites: 270 | Latest Rate: $48.00 | 9 Reviews
Sep 2014 - $48.00
The entrance to get in is only wide enough for 1 vehicle never mind 2 trucks pulling campers. The interior roads are a shambles, potholes, ruts and steep hills and super narrow. The electrical system is outdated with only 30 amp. The voltage was fluctuating the entire length of my stay. I had to shut down the pwr management system so the power would stay on. The water was on one side of the site and the electrical on the other. The cable TV wire was up in a tree and I had to search for it. The sites were a nice size but need serious amounts of gravel to level them out. We would not go back to this campground. - jambro
Aug 2014 - $52.00
Overall the campground was good. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The roads are in poor shape, they are narrow and have with many pot holes and loose gravel on the up and down hill parts which makes pulling large heavy campers precarious when meeting oncoming traffic in blind areas. I will not stay here again. - Zinger Travels
Jul 2014 - $62.00
Excellent friendly staff made the stay great. Pool is a good size and clean. Bathrooms were small, but clean. I did not use the showers, but did look at them and they seemed clean. The campsites have good room and a good mix of out in the open and tucked away in the shade. The weekend we stayed was a Christmas in July weekend so we figured it would be packed and out of control, but it was well run and even the campers were polite. We had a great time. The only downside if any is that the campground is very hilly and mostly unpaved (crushed gravel). If you camp way in the back (M section), you are going to want to have a bike or something because the walk is a nice one to the front were all the activities are. We stayed in the M section and loved it. We stayed here hoping to find a seasonal site for the future and we are seriously thinking about making this our seasonal home next year. We camped here in a 34' rig and had plenty of room. - ever1ast15
Jul 2015 - $40.00
Watch out for kids running a muck on electric golf cars. If you complain in the office about it, you get blown away. There is no interest. Many of the sites are very narrow and a seasonal site person can take up 2-3 sites leaving you with no room, not even to park your car. The security guard, in the guard house at the entrance, old man with white hair, is very nasty, like he owns the place. - been around
Aug 2014 - $30.00
Great little park. Mostly permanent residents, but staff, residents and campers were friendly. Some shade, easy pull-through sites. - Casper2011
Apr 2014 - $38.00
We stayed here for a night. They have a Good Sam discount. The park is close to US-209 but the access is along a windy and very narrow with a slight uphill grade secondary road making it difficult to remain in the lane of travel especially around the tight corners. The turn into park leads to a short (steep) uphill climb into the park on a gravel road. The interior roads and sites are gravel. The roads were narrow but there was sufficient room to maneuver. The pull through sites were long enough for our 40’ RV with the toad attached. The sites were generally level but some of them in the short stay section have a significant slope requiring extensive blocking to get level. No privacy between the sites. They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50 AMP), & sewer connection that were generally midway along the side of the site. There was an outside table. No fire pits but that didn’t stop anyone as there were burn marks scattered around the campsites where others have had a fire. There seem to be a lot of long term residents. There are a few trees around the park so there could be some obstructions to the sky for satellite reception. Our Verizon hotspot reception was good. There was really no designated pet area but there was a large grassy field and sufficient interior roads to walk dogs. There were no bag dispensers and the garbage collection was the dumpster at the front of the park. For being in a potentially hazardous/severe weather area, there was no underground storm shelter. None of the structures in the park were identified as a severe weather shelter. We would not stay here again if in the area. - bsb814
Sep 2013 - $41.00
Great location in the Poconos. Terrific office staff. Older showers, but clean, with strong water pressure and a large heated bath house. Verizon Mi-Fi worked well, and cable was good. - User3773
Sep 2013 - $24.00
One of the few RV parks within traveling distance to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area. For a small park, there are nice amenities. The pool (both indoor & outdoor) are spotless. Nice snack bar with breakfast on weekends. Sites are close together, but OK. Only issue is water pressure was horrible. Barely enough to rinse dishes with. We would stay here again when in the area. - laurly
Jul 2013 - $48.00
This our second time in two years staying at this campground. Just to let you know there isn't much in New Jersey, east Pennsylvania or south New York for full hook up CGs with CATV and WiFi. My GPS wasn't picking up on Silver Valley "Ct." I was here on a NASCAR weekend and it was nearly full. It looks like the owner is re-grading the roads (widen, fill-in, drainage) with quarry process. He also added a new building made from trees taken off the property. I say it is OK. However, the internet ran slow half the time. - scarpacci
Aug 2015 - $62.00
This park was a pleasant surprise. We needed a two night stop to visit relatives in area. Our site was very large #48. The common areas were well maintained. Has a gorgeous pool (although we had no time to use) hours 10 am - 6 pm. Bathrooms very clean. Camp store well stocked w/camping as well as groceries. We camped in our 40' fifth wheel and could manuever through park even with mature trees. We would definitely stay here again- not fancy, just right. - Southern Snow
Jun 2015 - $59.00
Campground is very quiet. Also very empty. I do not know if this is normal or if it picks up in the summer months. Campsites are very small but private with greenery in between. They do not have very many planned activities for the kids and the pool hours are very short 10a-6p. We stay here annually because of its close proximity to the raceway but we would not stay here if we were looking for a regular camping weekend. - JudiP
May 2015 - $52.00
Clean park and kept up very well. It has seasonals and that scares us away from some parks but these were clean and well kept. Not a bunch of bling on display. The site we had was tight to back in with the trees and obstacles. I was alone at the time so a nice challenge. Nice set up for kids with a playground and hay ride. Water pressure was low during our stay. - wfmdfm
Aug 2014 - $35.00
OK, I will admit, this isn't the best looking campground around. But the people are very friendly and the owners and the seasonal residents are working on improving things a little bit each year. We have been coming here for 6 years, with others in our group for 9 years. The group gets the sunrise retreat cabins. These are actually trailers. They aren't the cleanest things around, but you're camping, do you expect it to look like the Marriott? The price is right though, and it includes a bathroom, two separate bedrooms, one with a full size bed and one with a bunk bed, and a kitchen/living room combo with a futon, a full size fridge and an apartment sized oven. The cabins are arranged in a circle around a big field, and when we book all the cabins we get the field for free. We use this to sit around the campfire together, to cook and serve food, and to play volleyball, football and soccer. It is a very large area. We actually camped on a water/electric site this year with our popup, and it was a nice large and level site with a picnic table and fire ring across from the field. The roads are gravel, but we made it up them fine. The employees go out of their way to accommodate our group, bringing us folding tables to use, and even taking our whole group on a private fire truck ride around the campground. There are a lot of seasonals and some are run down, but this is slowly improving. Also, they redid the bathrooms a couple years ago and now they are kept clean. The pool can sometimes be dirty and I wish this would improve. There are multiple playgrounds and the kids in our group enjoy playing on them. Overall, we've had many great experiences here. It is by no means the best campground out there, but I will be back, hopefully for many years to come. - kristy29
Jun 2009 - $35.00
We wanted to go to a local campground to try out our new TT. For some reason someone in our group of 4 travel units picked this place. We all agreed we would never be back. Our sites were located in the first section (just right of the entrance). All gravel sites -- all only 8 ft wide. Most were covered with weeds & grass had not been cut in 3-4 weeks. Several sites had poison ivy right at the water hook up. We did drive around and check the rest of the CG out. Mostly permanents - not even seasonals. All interior roads are in desperate need of repair -- full of bumps and gullies - barely passable in a truck, let alone pulling a 5th wheel or TT. LOTS of run down trailers in the CG -- some looked like they had not seen use in 10 years. Full of leaves, garbage, furniture tossed about the insides, etc. Rental units old and not maintained. Huge junkyard of trailers within site of interior roads. Dumpsters were jam packed and garbage was laying all over the ground - don't think they had pick-up within 2 months. Store had lots of stuff in it but not the basics - they did not have tea or sugar. Minigolf course was not maintained and unplayable. No activities. The pool was clean and there were a few people in it. I did not venture into the bathrooms. Overall I would say that this is the worst of campgrounds. Would ABSOLUTELY encourage everyone to find another campground. - jeanette b
Jul 2008 - $90.00
We rented one of their trailers. It was falling apart, dirty and full of bugs. I had to have them come clean it again and I still used a whole jar of lysol. I could not bring any food in because black ants were everywhere. The water was very smelly. The toilets didn't work well and we had to clean up overflows and when we called them they just gave us a plunger. We wanted our money back because the whole place is so run down with trailers just left to rot away. They advertise a canopy in the pool area and it is a tarp thrown over metal poles. The pool could have used a coat of paint. The owners are very nasty. I would never go back and would not recommend it to anyone. - MHelm
Oct 2015 - $52.00
This is an average KOA, enjoyable for families with young kids. There is plenty of room for kids to ride bikes around and play in a stream. For non-kid campers it is an ordinary CG on a pretty piece of land. Some of the sites are extremely close together (along the stream). The hook-ups work well but the wi-fi is terrible and there is limited cell service (one bar).
There is a row of seasonals adjacent to the main part of the CG which includes some very poorly maintained sites with old tires, pieces of old tarps, dead plants, etc. It was an ok place for one night but I wasn't eager to stay. - virginianola
Aug 2015 - $49.00
The entry top the campground off of PA100 is well marked but use great caution. It is at the bottom of a steep hill. Likewise be careful when entering PA100 on departur cats come around the corner fast. This is a lovely wooded campground of cabins and sites along a small stream. Very clean bathrooms though showers under the office are smaller than the 2 in the outside building. Two play grounds, minigolf, banana trikes for rent, nice pool, super staff and owners who really care for the place and their guests. Well stocked camp store, nice arcade area, laundry, some seasonals. Very popular weekend so phone ahead if you can. We arrived a day early and they found a comfortable temporary spot for us to overnight despite being fully booked. This is the first time we've stayed in the campground the whole time rather than going out to putto nd things do and we've camped 40+ years. Very nice for families, couples, groups, singles. The only negative is the narrow sites and having to share the space between with your neighbors. - khorne
Jul 2015 - $49.00
Overnight stay as we traveled into eastern New York. Our site was level and of proper length. All hook ups worked properly. Verizon cell phone service and data pretty much non- existent. ATT marginal phone, no data. Owner and staff very friendly and accommodating. - moderate camper
Sep 2015 - $36.00
A really nice campsite, lots of amenities for families and groups/rallies and very nice pool. Very friendly helpful owners. Limited restrooms and showers for the size site but very clean. Our site rather narrow, no free wifi or cable. Great views and location for a peaceful retreat. We would recommend. - Harris England
May 2014 - $35.00
If you have a Rand GPS, put in the physical address, do not rely on the stored info in the Rand. Very nice staff and a beautiful setting. There was no cable in the area we were in. WiFi requires a fee and registration. Hookups were very good. Our area had double/buddy style sites and they might be tight if the place was full. We would stay here again, if in the area. - demoon
Jul 2013 - $30.00
Rolling well-tended grassy fields surround this campground, which has wooded sites, mostly seasonally occupied, and open field campsites for short term stays. Located off US 209 south of I-80. Well maintained pool is small and adjacent to a playground. A few more lounge chairs would be welcome. Well stocked store, cafe, and office with a large pavilion with clean showers are at the entrance to the campground. Friendly helpful staff made this an enjoyable stay. Weekend activities during the summer. - travelin' guy
Jul 2013 - $59.00
This is a good park, for the area. It is hard to find a decent park in the area (resort style). My main con here is the price and some things connected to the price ($59). I was pretty much forced by management to pay for 50 amp even though I have 30 amp, he said because I am using both ACs. I tried to explain that many RVs use 30 amp and run both ACs. Finally, I realized I was beating my head against a wall. Also, after you pay your high price, if you want to do laundry it is 2 bucks a pop, I feel this is high. The showers are pay showers. The bathroom area is tight with no AC, not that big a deal, but lets the bugs in since door always open. I also extended one more day to make it a full week and was not given the weekly rate. Also, there are many junky old rundown moldy trailers in here. I don't mind full timers at all, I almost am one, but wow, keep things in a semi state of clean/repair. The pros, #1 Big Sites! Nice Shade. Pretty clean. Better than average WIFI, but not great. We had a tent set up for the kids, so they let you do that, nice. Good pool area, would be nice if they had a hot tub for the price. - queeksdraw
Jul 2013 - $59.00
We have no idea how this campground got so many great reviews. Pros – woman in office is very, very nice. Now the cons – sites are tight – yes, they are wide, but not deep. Roads are tough to maneuver with a big rig as well. Sites are dirt, not grass. Sites are incredibly close together – so close that we are 5-feet from five different rigs – can’t believe this passes fire code. Lots of seasonals and their sites illustrate such. Lots of people very loud late into the evening – quiet hours do not start until 10:45. HUGE piles of bagged garbage in and around dumpsters that have not moved in days. Lots of rules – i.e. – no use of personal washers and dryers. Our favorite (note sarcasm) – dogs cannot be walked off ones site. What? Yes, that’s right. You can walk your dog in your dirt site, but not on any road. The owner offered that we can drive the ½ mile to her house, park, and walk the dog there, but seriously – we can’t even walk out the gate!?! When we asked why, we were told that there were too many “dog issues” and this is what her insurance company said to do. She wants to still be considered “dog friendly” since so many people travel with dogs, therefore they technically allow dogs, but you just can’t walk them in the campground. So basically, it’s a financial decision, as she’d have to turn away too many people who travel with their dogs. In three years of fulltiming, this is one of the few campgrounds that we would not stay in again – even if it wasn’t for their bizarre dog policy. Finally, a very “trailer park” feel, not campground. - campingandtravels.blogspot.com
Apr 2013 - $18.00
The owners are very friendly and go out of their way to help make you feel welcome. The park is a quiet, family friendly campground close to lots of attractions. It is clean and well kept and I will definitely return. - SteveAZ
Nov 2015 - $85.00
We traveled here once again for Labor Day Weekend. The staff was helpful, getting us to our site in a timely manner. Be forewarned before you travel here, once off the main road, the backroads to the campgrounds are narrow and tricky to maneuver. Our site was great, large and quiet, giving us the feeling of being isolated from the rest of the area. The one negative is there is a limited sewer system and we were not able to hook up, having to get the honey wagon to pull up each day. The campgrounds were crowded as they always are this time of year, and there were lines at the washrooms not having enough to accommodate the crowd they had on hand. We were close to the activities we had planned, the Garlic Festival and the river so this was an ideal location. I would stay here again as this is still a better campground than a couple others we stayed at in the area. We camped at Delaware Water Gap / Pocono Mountain KOA for 3 nights in a Travel Trailer. - alkurta
Oct 2015 - $57.00
For us this was a stopover on our way from Virginia to New Hampshire. It was a good, although pricey, overnight stop. It was very quiet and very convenient to the highway. The staff was friendly and helpful. Our pull-through site was easy enter and exit, also level. Fuel, shopping, and restaurants are close by. We would definitely stay here again. I suspect it would be quite busy on the weekends as there is a lot to do in this area. - SchnoodleCamp
Aug 2015 - $60.00
Very clean park. Camped in a 35' Class A towing a car on a dolly, and still had plenty of room in front in my pull through site. I needed a few blocks under the front jacks to level. All sites are gravel, although some had as much grass as gravel. WiFi was fine, all hookups were clean and easy to get to. The pool looked very clean. The dog run was also clean with a few agility obstacles to play with. Very nice, large play area for the kids, and a well kept miniature golf course ($). The cabins appeared to be renovated and/or new. Office staff, hosts and volunteers were all friendly and helpful. On the minus side, quiet hours weren't enforced very well. We will stay here again. - DebDon
Oct 2015 - $48.00
This is an absolutely beautiful location but I would not stay here again. The drive into the park and the registration parking was on a very dangerous hill, not good if you don't have very good brakes. The site was again in a beautiful location but it was very unlevel. I have an automatic leveling system and it would not level the RV. I had to use it in the manual mode and still didn't get it right but acceptable for one night. The price, given the time of the year, was ridiculous. The hookups were not well placed, I had to move way forward to even think about hooking up to electricity. The water pressure was so low, I think if I had used a pressure regulator, it would have helped not hindered. I would have hated to have been here in the height of their season; there would have been no water. The road around the sites was very tight, if someone with little to no experience with tight places would have ruined their RV. The site was dirt with a little stone thrown in for the tourists. - Jack&Wanda
Jul 2015 - $45.00
A clean, well-maintained park in a hilly area. Slight slope to most sites but easy to level. Good hookups, sewer old style non-threaded requiring rubber doughnut. Good cable, local channels plus NY and Philly sports teams. Gravel roads but not dusty. Lots of activities for kids, including fishing pond and panning for "gold". Moderate sized very clean pool. Small store with basics, bread/milk etc. Easy check in, friendly staff. Nature/fitness trail a plus. Only saw one other couple besides us without at least one dog. The RV across from us had five dogs in an outside pen, but the owners were attentive to quieting them when necessary. During the day we could almost always hear barking from one location or another in the park, but it was just background noise and not a deal breaker. CG is extremely quiet at night and we were there over a weekend. Heavy rain did not stop numerous campfire lovers from trying to burn wet wood. Enough smoke that we closed our windows and went with air conditioning the second night. A decent breeze and dry weather would have eliminated the issue. Overall this was a pleasant camping experience and we would certainly return. - valandmichaele
Jun 2015 - $45.00
Shaded park with tight spaces. Lots of trees which makes maneuvering through campground tricky. Like most northern campground we've been to, it's pack em and stack em. The better sites have long stay campers. Sites are not level. Could be a nicer park if they got rid of every other site. - southernsky
Sep 2015 - $48.00
Easy off/on to I-78. Neat and clean campground. Sites are
not huge, but adequate with gravel sites and grass between
each. Long, level sites, nice shade trees. Very pretty views
out to pastures with horses. As to the noise, not any
issue to us, we simply run an A/C unit for "white noise"
to cover it up. The Wi-Fi was horrible, and Wi-Fi in these
times is another utility that is a must have, like the
other utilities. Good overnight stop. - macandphyl
Sep 2015 - $48.00
Pros: The park is very neat and very well maintained. Our site was level. The sites are well enough spaced. Cons: There was a lot of continuous road noise and it is loud! They either need more visible signs or more specific directions to the campground on their website. The Wifi was nonexistent, would not stay connected and was horribly slow what few minutes we could stay connected. Could only recommend for overnight stay and only if you didn't need wifi. - virginia camper
Sep 2015 - $45.00
Fine campground except for one thing: There is a "corn hopper" at the south end of the field. It ran the whole time we were there and it is very loud. If you come to the campground, ask to be put as close to the office as possible. - LarryJohnston
Aug 2015 - $20.00
We really enjoyed our overnight here. Gorgeous tree sheltered sites. Quiet. Warned about bears but didn't see any, that would've been fun. Showers were individual rooms with decent hot water. Very peaceful. Our site was flat and fairly private. Water and electric but no sewer which was fine for a night. Happy to stay again. Would be beautiful in Autumn. - kiwitravelers
Jun 2015 - $18.00
We stayed in the RV campground as opposed to the tent site campground.
Heavily wooded area with lots of trails. Downside was lots of bugs (gypsy moth caterpillars and millipedes) up in the trees munching the leaves and dropping a LOT of stuff all over the site and RV etc.
Electric and water hookups only with a dump station. The sites all have asphalt driveways. Water hose reels are provided between sites so you can pull them about 60 feet (avg) over to your site.
About the water...
Bring bottled water with you! There is an issue here with the potable water. Abnormally high levels of nitrates and they have signs posted everywhere about not giving it to babies.
We had no problem with radio reception but there's no Wi-Fi.
The RV sites have no fire rings and no fires are allowed. This was a little disappointing but not a deal killer for us. There is a separate tent camping site that DOES have fire rings.
A black bear did wander pretty close to our site but ran away when our fearless Jack Russell terrier barked at it. Just the same, we were glad to be in a trailer and not a tent at night.
There are rangers that come around every hour or so.
Small issues aside, this is still a GREAT place to stay if you're in the area and need a budget-friendly and spacious site to stay in. - kalm_in_nj
Sep 2013 - $20.00
This heavily wooded park has paved interior roads and sites but can be difficult for big rigs. Many sites are short or not level, roads are narrow and trees crowd both roads and sites. Electric was good, water is awkwardly placed and requires long hoses at most sites. The park is very quiet and sites offer good privacy. AT&T phone and data service was good. - never settled
Oct 2015 - $42.00
We chose this park because of the proximity to Philadelphia. It was a very easy drive and we made it often as we didn't see much to do in the area of the park. We did enjoy touring the USS New Jersey which is near by, however.
The park is located close enough to I295 that we could get to anything that we wanted (Shopping, Entertainment, Restaurants). It was secluded enough, however, that we could walk our dogs down the road without worrying about a lot of traffic. However steer clear of the neighborhood up the road as they have big signs prohibiting dog walking.
Our site was very narrow. So narrow that we didn't feel that we could use the fire ring or picnic table. In fact our neighbors had to move their picnic table under our slide just to get into their space. I had to re-position our rig several times and still had to use blocks to get it level. Our space had a tree in the way of our awnings that would drop acorns on our roof day and night for the whole time we were there. We noticed it happening on a lot of the sites.
The staff wasn't rude but I wouldn't call them friendly either. They were almost always busy as this park seems to have quite a few people coming and going every day. However, when we needed to extend our stay they were very accommodating.
I must say that if we were traveling back this way we would think twice about staying here again but from reviews of other parks in the area we would most likely end up here anyway.
At $42 per night, it just seemed a little expensive for the amenities. - Frisco Wolffman
Oct 2015 - $40.00
We stayed here mainly as a base to visit Philadelphia, and it was a pretty fast and easy drive into the city. Our only complaint is that some of the sites, and ours in particular, are extremely narrow. Our neighbor's open awning was literally a few inches from our window. Our pull-through was very long, but the sewer hookup was at the back corner of the site so we couldn't pull up very far into the site. There are a fair number of full-time/seasonal RVs there but their sites were tidy. The campground was dog-friendly, and we regularly walked the entire campground including through their large field and around the fishing pond. Since the campground was small we tried to walk our dog in a nearby housing development but they had a big "no dog walking" sign at the entrance. AT&T and Verizon worked well. The campground offers pay-to-use WiFi through a 3rd party company, or you can go to the campground office to use the office WiFi for free (we didn't try either). Given the proximity to Philly, we were OK with the narrowness of the sites, but if it wasn't the "closest campground to Philly", the site size likely would have cost an extra point. - LifeRebooted
Sep 2015 - $42.00
We stayed 5 nights to see the area. There isn't much to choose from in the area. They DO NOT respond to email inquiries so call. Once you've made reservations, they do communicate by email.
The park has easy access from Northbound Interstate 295 but is a little bit of an adventure from Southbound Interstate 295.
The interior roads were paved. The roads were very narrow with tight 90 degree turns that were encumbered with posts at the corners. The sites were gravel, narrow but generally level. The sites were very close to each other so there wasn't much privacy. The utility connections were about mid way down or towards the end of the sites which required some long runs. It seemed most of the sites had an outside table and fire pit.
There appeared to be A LOT of long term residents. They seemed to be spread out all over the park.
The trees in and around the park made satellite reception hit and miss depending on site assignment and your dish configuration. The park brochure showed 9 broadcast channels. There was an extensive list of cable channels.
WiFi reception was only available in the office. Paid WiFi reception was available around the park.
The designated pet area was an open field near the front entrance. There was a bag dispenser and can to collect waste. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park roads and in other open fields around the park. There were no bag dispensers around the park to pick up waste and only one dumpster for garbage which was located near the front of the park on the way out.
For being in a hazardous/severe weather area, there was no underground storm shelter. None of the structures in the park were identified as a severe weather shelter.
Would only stay here again if traveling through or visiting the area for a short duration. - bsb814
Aug 2015 - $48.00
This is my second weekend stay here and I will be back. I took advantage of the new "virtual full hook-up" and it worked well. I was able to use a site that did not have sewer, which expanded my possibilities. They do not have a lot of sites with sewer hook-ups, I imagine because the place is built on rock. They come around daily to take gray water and on Sunday to empty both gray and black tanks. This went off without a hitch.
The campground is in the woods. The sites were decent size and gravel. Hook-ups were well-placed. There is no WiFi, but I had no trouble using 3G, and in fact is was as quick as the WiFi in my house for my usual Internet surfing. The site and campground in general were quite clean. It is fairly quiet and relaxing.
The only con was the shower, which is very low flow and makes showering quite lengthy and unenjoyable. Attention campgrounds! It takes a certain amount of water to rinse. You can low flow it or you can low pressure it, you can have faucets that constantly need to be turned back on throughout the shower, but it's still going to take the same amount of water to rinse my hair!!!
I will be returning here. - Driver25
Aug 2015 - $45.00
This CG has the friendliest owners and seasonal campers of any private CG we've ever been to. It's the only private CG we go to. It's a peaceful happy place that we hate to leave. Everyone you see says hi. It's sites are wooded on stone roads it has a small pond for fishing and a large pool staffed with a lifeguard. Ice cream at the store is awesome. There's a couple trails including one that is about 2 miles to St. Peter's where you can play old pinball machines in a retro pinball arcade. - iamcorky
Jun 2015 - $34.00
Warwick Woods is certainly in the woods. The sites are scattered up and down a hill that is in the woods. We had to have a lead car take us to our site in order to find it. The desk clerk gave us hints about the tight turns and trees so we got through without any problems. Fortunately, the site was very level and all the hookups worked just fine.
The campground was very busy on the weekend but there was never any noise or loss of privacy. We were there for six nights so we could see the differences from mid-week to the weekend. - Pennimanman
Sep 2015 - $28.00
There are four loops that are available, only one loop is available for those with pets. It appeared some loops were better maintained (restrooms and landscaping, etc) than the other loops. We stayed in C and it looked a little sloppy as the grass was long and not mowed. There is not a separate area for tent campers and during our stay, over 60% of the spots were occupied by tents. The park itself is nice with two lakes, beach area, pool, frisbee golf, boat rentals, hiking trails, etc. - TheRestlessYoungs
Jun 2015 - $32.00
This park has three loops, one of which is for hookups. We stayed in the for hookup site. It was pretty quiet, so, even when the loop was full. The staff was always helpful. We could not get Internet or cell phone service. - Nibot
Apr 2014 - $35.00
Don't plan on ever going back. We spent 10 days there with noise, rain, ticks making the stay miserable. Getting there was a treat in itself with the back roads & turns not to mention the pot holes. - John & Carol Dunn
Sep 2015 - $1.00
Outstanding customer service! Park is heavily tree'd, so satellite reception was difficult in many sites. Paved roads, with Gravel or grass sites. Major shopping 5-7 miles away. Close to Pa. state line.
Would definitely stay here again!
Visited with 42' motorhome + toad. - 8345
Jun 2015 - $3.00
We had an excellent site by the restrooms. The Activity Center was inside the office/store area, so was inaccessible after hours, which is when we wanted to watch TV. There are many seasonal campers here but most keep the sites well maintained. Smoke from other campsites were sometimes a problem but only when air was still. Restrooms were cleaned regularly but not very thoroughly. - dldw1954
Oct 2014 - $1.00
Very nice campground, great staff, nice sites but some could be wider, tree trimming would be nice to help a lot of sites. All hook ups worked great, place very clean, looks like rules enforced. One of the better TT Outdoor World parks I have been to, must be a popular one. No tv but cable available ($). Some sites out in the open good for folks needing satellite viewing, on a clear night the view of the stars was wonderful. Maybe this staff should give lessons to the other parks in the TT system on how to run a campground, they do a wonderful job here, will return. - DBLR
Sep 2014 - $35.00
If you are wondering why you cannot find any reviews on this "worst campground" in the USA, read on. This was our first time in the New Jersey area. Since we live out of state, we searched for hours online to find an rv park within reasonable proximity to the New York City area. We did a Google search and found Sun Air Campground. We phoned the owner to ask if he could accommodate a large motorhome, if it was easy to get to New York City by mass transit and what amenities they had. I was led to believe that everything was fine; no sewer, but good electric and water hookups, a dump station and fishing just steps away with a nice view of the lake. We believed we would be staying in a nice country setting with good access and modern amenities. So here is what we saw upon arriving in town. Without a GPS we never would have found this place. No directions were given on the website. When we turned onto Cozy Lake Rd, it was a very narrow road in a residential neighborhood with low overhanging trees. There were no signs along the road to provide direction until we finally came upon a small weathered sign nailed to a tree by a driveway. This was our first clue. The driveway entrance was rutted and rocky with pot holes, heavily wooded and very narrow. We pulled into a turn around area and straight ahead was a rundown modular residence with a little sign "Office" above the door. I knocked on the door (9:15 am) - no answer. My wife and I walked down the road into the campground only to be met by a vicious barking boxer, luckily on a chain in front of what looked to be a permanent trailer residence. The available sites were uneven, difficult to get into and covered in leaves and tree limbs. All occupied spots looked like permanent residents. We immediately decided this campground would not even rate a negative one star rating. There is a reason why there are no photos of the campground on the website. Cut-out areas in a heavily wooded area does not make a decent rv campground. We knew we were taking a chance on this place with so little information online, but we thought we'd check it out. Couldn't see any satellite images on Google maps because the area is so overgrown and the buildings are trashy and in horrible shape. In our 20+ years of motorhome travels, this is truly the worst place we have ever seen. Needless to say we drove on down the road. - cal corvette
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Family owned, people are nice. Gravel roads that are not maintained, gravel sites, ours was not level even with the use of leveling blocks. We parked by the lake, which was full of algae. There had been a boat dock at one time, now the area is roped off with "do not enter" signs. There is only one bath house for showers that is in very poor condition. You have to pay to use the shower. There is another bathroom that is in even worse condition. Neither were clean. There is a dump station, but no sewer hook up. The majority of the sites are seasonal renters in run down trailers. This place only takes cash. - esta34950
Jun 2015 - $39.00
Stayed here over Father's Day weekend. Wanted something close by and not one of the more expensive/extensive campgrounds we have recently stayed at.
Well cared for sites, crushed stone, ours was not too level (back wheels off ground), stone roadways. Had food for everyone there at an event on Saturday - very nice. Quiet campground - not many activities for the kids - and not a lot of kids there. Very nice pool area, horseshoes, basketball hoop, bean bag toss. No lake. Great place to relax. Staff was very nice, and friendly seasonals. No rule list - no need for one. Very easy going - on check in times, pool hours, check out...
Enjoyed our stay, and plan to stay again. We did not venture into the surrounding area, but Jim Thorpe tends to be a nice area to explore. - T.Butter
Sep 2014 - $32.00
This park is primarily seasonal occupied. There are 16 spots for non-permanent camping, most with some shade and roomy. Campground is very clean and the permanent sites were well kept. Everyone was friendly. Small office, not much of a store. Bath & showers were clean. About 6 miles from attractions and stores. Good hookups,water pressure good, TV cable good. We will return to explore the area again. Also sites were level gravel. - vince/chestertown
Jul 2014 - $40.00
This a a campground on the up-swing. Pictures from 5 years ago show a lot of improvements. Trees are newer so they do not offer much shade for the transient sites. Sites are good sized and level. The orientation of the mostly seasonal sites mean you will not have much privacy from the camper to your side and you will probably have a view of the back of the camper in front of you. The store/office is only open a few days a week. That caused some confusion when I arrived and no one was there to greet me. The on-site manager was looking out for us but another camper told us where her site was before she saw us. This is not a destination campground in my estimation but we will go back the next time we are visiting Jim Thorpe. - Bandguy
Jun 2015 - $1.00
Litter not picked up, dumpsters overflowing, grass needs mowing, camping sites need police call, roads need repair, tree branches need to be picked up. Maintenance people driving around in golf carts and sitting in them doing nothing. Management not supervising the workers, and there seems to be no standards that have to be meet. Buildings smell musty. Will not be returning. - gafidler
May 2013 - $40.00
Timothy Lake Campground is composed of two different areas. I stayed in the North Campground. I used the campground over Memorial weekend. There are 2 bath houses. One (near us) was out of order with no signs posted. We figured it was out of order when there was no water in the toilets, debris all over the sinks and tile and fixtures falling in the showers. When we used the other bath house, there was no water pressure. We ended up doing a sponge bath and just didn't wash our hair. We went to use the indoor pool first thing in the morning and found debris floating in it. We checked the pool bathrooms and my son discovered all the urinals were taken down and both toilets were clogged. Sites have some slope to them, but none of them would be difficult to level. My site had the fire ring on the wrong side and after 2 days of several requests, they never moved it. When we arrived we discovered the putt putt golf was closed as was the boats. If we were only staying one night, used our own shower and never left our trailer I would say the campground is a 4 instead of a 3. I recommend avoiding the campground. - Meenan Monsters
Jun 2011 - $20.00
Upon arrival, no workers were available to check us in. Luckily a worker from Timothy Lake North was there and was able to assist us. We had reservations so that really surprised me that no one was available. My husband and I both used the bathrooms and found them to be dirty and unkept condition. We will not be using the showers! Sites were OK, but in need of yard care and tree trimming. Very disappointed! - 1st time fulltimer
Jul 2014 - $40.00
Pros: Location. We were there visiting with friends who have a house in the area. Clean and quiet. The sites were long enough (just) but we could fit the truck next to the trailer since it was wide. Grass and gravel sites. Slow or non existent Wi-Fi. Cell service fine. Utilities were OK (we only hooked up our water and electric). We found out the sewer connection was stuck on departure. They had a guy come out to fix it. But we decided not to dump the tanks after all. Cons: Windy roads inside the campground. But we were able to get around. No dog run, but there is a big grassy field. Can't say much else about it since most of the day we were visiting our friends. I think I would go back. People who we did meet were very friendly. Good location. - jcpjane
Jun 2014 - $40.00
Cleanest bathrooms I have ever seen camping, cleaner than some people's homes! Lots of trees/shade, roomy sites with picnic tables like new and freshly emptied fire pits. Lots of camp goodies/gear in the store plus a little ice cream shop that was delicious! Drinking allowed at campsites only. Pool locked at all times, must ask staff to enter. Playground was old fashioned see-saw, swings and merry-go-round, but very well kept, with a fresh coat of paint. Children under 6 must be supervised at all times at camp site, in restrooms, in store, at pool and playground. Very quiet, well run facility. - GMC_STRIPES
Jun 2013 - $50.00
Sites seemed to be on the small side, and the ones in the area we were in weren't very level. Most sites are shaded. The escort to our site was unexpected and greatly appreciated, as there are some very sharp turns and the escort showed us the best path to take through them. Overall, campground was well maintained. Campground owners and employees were all very friendly - we had a lot of fun kidding around with them. As others have mentioned, the campground was very quiet and peaceful, even though our site was very close to most of the activities. - tanstaafl
Jul 2012 - $56.00
Good enough. Nice shade. Looks like a lot of resident trailers and not at all like a Luxury Resort. Good laundry. Nice & quiet. - Sally S
Aug 2009 - $56.00
It is an older park. The staff is very nice and some of the campers are too. Great location for a home base summer vacation. The beaches (20 mins) and other attractions (Six Flags 35 mins) are nearby. - Gonzo
Oct 2015 - $54.00
Very nice for seasonal stays. Just OK for short stays.
Bath-house cleanliness is very important to us. Restrooms on the hill are not clean with lots of cobwebs and hit or miss toilet function. Restroom near the office was a little better. All in all, the Bath Houses need an upgrade.
Sites around the perimeter are gorgeous with stunning views. Interior sites are patchy grass, some shade, with some sites not particularly level front to back. But, then again, leveling is what we RVers do. Lots of activities and things to do. The seasonal residents seem to love it there and it is definitely kid friendly with enough solitude for folks who prefer quiet get-aways. Your enjoyment at Robin Hill will depend heavily upon site selection. - rvparkreviews_cc
Sep 2013 - $49.00
Campground workers did not seam very concerned with your site issues or concerns that you brought to there attention. Was put on a seasonal site which was not occupied at the time. Found grass to be needing a good clipping, no rain in a while so I saw not excuses for poor landscaping. A bit hilly so not good for a walk unless you are in good shape. In speaking to some of the seasonal campers, they stated it was much better run 5 or 6 years back when it was owned by a local church. I would not recommend for a long stay. If your traveling it would be acceptable. - Not a very Happy Camper
Jun 2013 - $28.00
Rate was PA rate. Campground roads are very hilly, and several of the roads within campground are dead ends. Wi-Fi is probably good, if you want to pay for it. Laundry room was neat and clean with several books available for swapping out. Lots of permanents, but they seem to keep their sites neat. People who evidently camp here a lot during the summer, ride in their golf carts with kids hanging off of them and don't obey the 5 mph speed limit. Ladies in office were there, but seemed as if they were preoccupied and could care less if guests were in office/camp store. It is an ENCORE campground, and is probably failing just as the ones in Florida are. If I was in area again, I would probably search for another campground, due to hilly terrain. - butch&brenda
Aug 2015 - $45.00
Beautiful campground, well maintained. Most spaces are filled with full time campers. Very nice and quiet. Road into campground is very narrow and curvy. Difficult turn in into campground. Owner is pleasant and easy to work with. No outside lighting makes it hard to get around at night. Not far from transit, Amtrak. - Glendaj
Aug 2014 - $45.00
Nice park. We arrived on Saturday night, looked like bathrooms and laundry room had not been cleaned for several active days. Pull-through site, overlooking stream. Had pool and playground, no store or other facilities that we saw. Thought it was a little expensive at $45; no AAA, AARP, military, Good Sam or other discounts available. - Casper2011
Jul 2012 - $45.00
This was our second stay at this park in 2 years. How quickly it has gone downhill. The good: WiFi and clean bathrooms. The bad: well the list is too long. The owner/manager seems to think travelers are too much trouble as this park caters to the seasonals. When I went to office to complain about no cable, I was first blamed for having an old analog TV. (It works fine at all other cg's.) Then told Comcast had fixed everything weeks ago. (Hello, I'm a cable contractor, you don't have cable!) Apparently they have Verizon TV at the house and others will have to make do. Second, when your laundry equipment won't shut to run, the problem is yours, not mine. Was told to keep slamming the door and it should work. Third, when told of being stung by wasps at the dumpster, manager acknowledged they had an issue with them, but no concern about my welfare as I stand there (hand swollen). This should be a $20 park and go stop at best. From Florida to Maine: this was the park where I got the least for the most $$$. We have spent our last penny with these Yahoos. Get out of the business if you don't care about your travelers. We definitely won't be back. - phnz1
Nov 2015 - $48.00
This is my favorite Poconos campground by far. It's a little more expensive . But, we have stayed in more expensive parks that simply do not compare to Otter Lake. Wooded with good size lots. There is a lot to do here and the lake is beautiful.
Open year round and they keep the water on a long as the weather holds. The water was on 2nd weekend of November. Call ahead and be prepared.
Our neighbors were first time winter campers, planning to snowmobile. Reportedly there are trails nearby.
Very clean restrooms and showers.
Backing your camper into a spot can be tricky, with so many trees and large buried boulders about. Ask the front desk what is the best direction to approach your site for easier maneuvering.
Sites are level with small gravel. There are seasonals. All appear well kept and Otter Lake does not feel like a trailer park. It feels like the resort campground that it is supposed to be.
We didn't use it, but the heated indoor pool (open year-round) looks really nice.
There is actually cell phone service (2 bars-Verizon LTE) and their WiFi is free and is the best that we have experienced. It just works without any annoying passwords or pop-ups. - rvparkreviews_cc
Sep 2015 - $54.00
It is a lovely park with great facilities. However, most sites we have stayed on over the years allowed 4 people per site in the cost. They charge for over 2 people which I could not find on their website. We also had a very bad experience with the sewer. When we arrived we heard a camper complain that their tank was full. We didn't think much of it until the 3rd day of our 5 day stay. We noticed a bad odor when we used the water. On the 4th day we noticed that water was "bubbling up" under the camper whenever we ran the water, so my husband took the cap off the sewer and it was clear to the top. We left a day early. I stopped at the office on the way out and told them of the issue and we were offered another site, but by that point our rug and everything we had stored under the camper was covered in sewer water and we just wanted to get home and clean everything. Re-setting back up was not an attractive alternative. We were never offered any sort of refund. - almar4evr
Aug 2015 - $54.00
The road in to this campground is narrow, windy, and straight up for 7 miles. I honestly didn't think we were going to make it. There is no shoulder so we couldn't even pull over to disconnect the car or let all of the vehicles behind us pass. When we checked in, I commented to the staff that they should tell people when they are booking motorhome sites that the road in is not motorhome friendly. I was informed that there was a better route than what comes up on GPS. We traveled that road for the few days we were there and it was much better. Why wouldn't you alert people to this either on the website or when someone books a site. Lesson learned though - I will always ask when booking a site at any campground if there are any travel concerns or GPS warnings. Once there, we had trouble getting to our site because of unattended children on bikes purposely riding in front of us and even leaving a bike in the middle of the road. This is a nice campground with large sites, but could use some updating. If we decide to go back to the area, I think we will choose a different campground. - Bonnie66