6 RV Parks near Ardmore, Pennsylvania
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Ardmore. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Ardmore in the left hand column.
Jun 2017 - $60.00
Campus Park & Ride in Philadelphia is the ONLY place to park an RV in the city. Shuttles run 24/7 to the University District hospitals as well as SEPTA bus, subway, trolley, and train systems. If you're traveling by car, you are 10 minutes from Center City in one direction and the Airport in the other. Rates are $30 to $60 nightly depending on size. Buy 6 nights at once and the 7th night is free. This is a retired trucking terminal with lots of flat pavement and hookups (electricity and water, but separate dump station) situated in an urban environment with lots of cameras and high fences. If you're looking for grass and trees, um... keep looking. They're not here. If you want easy access to and from multiple freeways and minutes from everything while being secure, you're in the right spot! In exchange for the close proximity to the City, there are noises like trains, trucks, planes, helicopters, police, fire... you name it, you get it. It's the City! I'm here now and I've found that parking up to the left in the middle of the U shaped building is a better place to be protected from the noise. As for the cleanliness rating above, it's lots of concrete in the city and trash blows around. It's a fact in Philly! :) - blang56
Oct 2016 - $64.00
This is an old truck depot with an attached parking lot. RVs back up to the old loading bays. It sounds unappealing, but it's actually pretty nice. The sites are flat, paved, and easy to back in. Power and water are convieniently located. No trees so satellite works very well. No sewer but dump station nearby. Your neighbor might be 3 feet slide out to slide out if the place is busy. The area is fenced with a security gate and 24x7 shuttle drivers. The parking lot is an overflow lot for the U of P Hospital. Around 6:30am cars start showing up and you will hear some doors slamming and horn honking when the cars lock. A train yard is close by and you will hear trains too. But, a free shuttle to the hospital and a $2.25 bus (#42) gets you to all the downtown sites. Being in Philly as opposed to a long drive outside the city is great! Staff are super friendly and helpful. Price is a little high but when the location is considered it's fair. Keep in mind tow vehicle is an extra charge. - Bryanmsi
Sep 2016 - $36.00
If I were touring downtown PHL, I would stay here again!
Good service, very unique. Shuttle to U of P Hosp complex. Take the 42 bus to Historic area, $2.25 per ride.
Only negatives were traffic noises from nearby train and highway system. This is a former truck transfer warehouse, thus the location. Felt very secure with fencing and shuttle drivers on duty 24/7.
Good job! - Sir_Charles395
117 Timberlane Rd Clarksboro, New Jersey 08020 (map) | (856) 423-6677
Sites: 104 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 118 Reviews
Jun 2017 - $60.00
Adequate facilities, rude staff. not expected from KOA; definitely expected from previous employees. Many, many full-time seasonal residents. funny as NJ says no full timers in rv parks. When you see trailers with extra large propane tanks and skirting, one wonders how cold the summers really are. yes, it is convenient to Philly. we've tried this place twice (2016 non-KOA; 2017 KOA). don't like rude staff. - Avanti3106
Jun 2017 - $35.00
We booked a pull through for an overnight for our 43ft. MH and tow vehicle. There is no way we could have gotten into our site without unhooking our tow vehicle and then because if the trees that block your turn into the site, I ended up backing into our site. There are a LOT of full time residents here and lots of junk outside. First impression when you pull in is junky and dirty. We stayed in the back section, which seemed a little bit better. There is a nice pond and some grassy areas for walking the dogs and the dog park is big enough for the dogs to run and chase a ball or frisbee (if you know how to throw is to keep it in the fence) but it's a nice grassy dog park and our dogs enjoyed it. So, for the dog walking it rates high, but just be aware of the other issues. It just turned into a KOA, so maybe they are making some changes for the better now.....although lately, I'm not sure what is up with the KOAs that we have stayed at. They have all been pretty rough, so much so, we are now trying to avoid them if we can. Which is sad, you used to be able to count on the for some standards, but not so much anymore. - scubajoe
May 2017 - $62.00
Stayed four days while visiting Philly. Close to Philly, so you pay the price as I considered it to be high. If you are headed north on NJTP, take exit 18. My GPS had me get off at exit 17. Check in was easy and the staff was very friendly and helpful. Will stay again. - bkboren
Dec 2016 - $40.00
Easy in and out for 32 foot motorhome. Utilities easy to access. No cable TV. A bit of road noise if you are parked too close to the road which runs all night. Would avail ourselves of this park again. - Forest Woods
Sep 2016 - $38.00
A quiet mobile home park with some RV sites. No ambiance, but a decent location for the Philadelphia metro area.
Asphalt access roads (main road good size, secondary roads relatively narrow, but "one-way" - not always paid attention to). Asphalt sites, mostly level and very narrow. Some sites can be somewhat challenging for a big rig. No picnic table or fire ring. Minimal to no shade.
Power, water, sewer ok, wifi rather sluggish, Verizon good signal and speed, Tmobile good signal and speed. Satellite access ok.
No recycle on site. Ok bike riding around the campground, no adjacent bike trails.
We'd stay here again when in the area. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
Jul 2016 - $50.00
This is a mobile home park, with sites set up on pavement for transients. No shade. Parallel parking. Power was good, water fine. Wifi was pretty good. Really nice large grassy areas for dog walking. Nicely located to explore Philly about an hour or more away. Valley Forge was a nice trip also. - Motorhome girl
Jul 2016 - $14.00
The rate I noted is based on monthly. This is my second summer at Oak Grove; I call it "my little hamlet". It is a mobile home community with a large area for RVs in the front. Most of the RV spots are full timers or seasonal but if you are lucky you might just get a spot for the season or however long you choose to stay. It is nestled in an old oak grove--thus the name-- with pasture land on two sides of it. The park itself is well maintained--extremely well maintained. Several maintenance crew members are working five days a week supervised by the park owner. It is close to shopping and more shopping and dining and the post office or anything else you might want. Super clean restrooms and showers and the same for the laundry room with plenty of washers and dryers and bargain prices. There is a sparking clean swimming pool. My only complaint and it of course does not reflect on the park or its management, are the bugs--I hate bugs. But what can you expect in a humid grove of trees? They happen to be in abundance in my spot--other residents tell me they have no problems. The cool of the evening is the best time to sit outside but it is mosquito time so I do not spend much time doing that. But it does have great streets for bicycle riding so bring your bike. And of course, with the bugs come birds--song birds in abundance in early summer. If one is parked by the road the street traffic could be a problem but my spot is three rows in and it is generally not an issue. Site is reasonably level but I had to level a little on one side--utilities easy to access and cable is available. You will need cable for internet as they no longer offer wifi. Of course Verizon wifi works well here. People come back here season after season. It is a lovely, lovely park. Make your reservation early. - nanzhere
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
May 2017 - $20.00
This campground has a nice location along the creek, with well spaced sites, good hookups and clean bathrooms. Convenient location to Marsh Creek SP for fishing, hiking and running. Property has fishing available in the creek and a separate pond. They have a pool, but was not open when we stayed. Good mix of seasonal campers and shorter term. All sites were well maintained. - Breezy-N-Wheezy
May 2017 - $45.00
Do not trust your GPS, take a look at the website for directions, before driving to the park. There is a very nice creek running along side of the campground. About three TV Stations are available "over the air", if you aim the antennae the correct angle. Sewer connection is a little different. The sewer pipe is horizontal at site 45 with a 90 elbow. The bathrooms are individual bathroom/showers. Good camping ambiance. The WiFi is free. There are two locations in the park. WiFi is good enough. The GPS issue might be that the internet has the town as Glenmoore but the receipt shows the town as Lyndell - Joe O
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
Apr 2017 - $45.00
When arriving at night there should be better lighting, signs for numbered areas and numbers on the electric post, not on arbitrary trees. We had to get out of the car (rainy night) and shine a flashlight on many sites to find ours. Roads are in poor shape, rutted and narrow. Sites not level and are hard pack which is messy and gritty when wet. There were many other available sites but we were given a deeply forested back-in site swarming with TICKS! My husband took a shower which was never more than barely warm and the showers are not connected to the bathroom. It appears to have nice facilities and great for kids but I would never stay here again for the amount we paid including our KOA membership which I am beginning to question. - Dc22
Apr 2017 - $54.00
Site was not level and had to back in to get into it. WiFi was very strong. Good Verizon connection also. Cable also available, but station selection was poor (not the full range of major networks, and no MSNBC, but did have some local stations). Pricing varies based on whether there is sewer hookup at the site, which we didn't have, or just water, electrical and cable. - OlderGoat
Sep 2016 - $52.00
very nice KOA, but sites are tight together, ours was up on hill behind store, which was great for WIFI but it was just dirt..no grass or gravel on doorway side..so tracked in a lot of dirt and mud going in and out. our awning was 3 inches away from next sites awning. staff was very nice. stream at bottom of campground , but no fish were caught. the new patio sites are very nice....but way too expensive. road going in was tight, but we had 25' so no issues. - yorky