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17 RV Parks near Audubon, Pennsylvania
We did however find 17 campgrounds within 25 miles of Audubon. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Audubon in the left hand column.
Oct 2017 - $40.00
Rate of $40.00 per night for full hookups, no discounts offered. Camping/parking here is akin to parking in a Walmart parking lot with hookups. Office hours are limited. Staff is friendly and willing to accommodate. As previously posted, all roads and sites are paved and level. Parking is parallel to the road and can offer a challenge to get into depending on the site and other units. Ambiance does not lend itself to outdoor activities such as sitting outside under the awning or BBQ'ing, although some did, zero privacy. All utilities worked as intended except the water was extremely murky, the color of weak ice tea. Maintenance had to come and purge the line. Every morning I had to run the water several minutes to get clear water. Although a convenient location, I would seriously explore other options before returning here. - ECM1
Sep 2017 - $40.00
As the names says, a mobile home park with some sites for RVs. Sites are arranged so you must parallel park the RV. Our site was next to Koffel Road and had constant loud traffic noise. Had to sleep with ear plugs. The site was paved and level. They have a small laundry with 5 washing machines that take quarters only, $ 1.25 per load and 2 dryers. No change machine, you must go to the office for change. Really strange and old electric connection . No cable or other amenities, such as table, pool, playground, dog park, etc. The park is set up for permanent residents not travelers. Wi-Fi is advertised, but we could not get connected. We could not find any other good choice for visiting the city, but we would try somewhere else next time. - starwind
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
Jul 2017 - $40.00
The woodsy environment in this park makes it a pleasant place to stay. Staff very friendly and helpful. A very nice place for an extended stay or overnight. - Roger H.
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
Oct 2010 - $1.00
This is not a campground but has full hookup sites for people coming for service, trades and purchases. We traded our Country Coach for a Tiffin Allegro Bus. We stayed in their campground while our coach was getting additional items put on. So if you need good honest service for your coach, this is a good place. - Russell and Stephen
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Clientele is made up by mostly seasonal campers - their sites are bit junky. Grounds are well kept, swimming pool looked clean and inviting. The camp host are friendly and very helpful. This is our second time and probably not our last - as we have friends close by. The Brandywine Creek is of a historical interest to some and beautiful woodlands surround the park. oWater pressure is on the low side but do-a-ble. - bobbodean
May 2018 - $45.00
Many seasonal campers, but also room for travelers. Nice location along the Brandywine Creek. I saw ducks, geese, and blue herons during my stay. - Woody48
Jul 2017 - $45.00
The park has a beautiful country setting next to a creek. The owners are very friendly and helpful. The sites are pretty level. If you go absolutely follow the owners suggested route. You will still encounter many hills but not windy roads. Bathrooms had many dead bugs. - Esse
Oct 2016 - $38.00
The road leading to the campground is narrow, but we were able to drive our 32' motorcoach to the campground with little problem. The campground is aptly named. Sites are wide with a gravel base and lots of boulders and trees. Sewer is not available for non-seasonal stays, but there are dump stations available and there is also a honey dipper service available for a fee. The campground offers different activities on the weekends and made announcements over a loud speaker about them occasionally, including when the quiet hours started at 11:00pm. It was noisy with children playing in the area we camped in (site 15).
One feature this campground offers is a deli that is open on Fridays from 4:00-9:00pm that offers dinner (this weekend was meatloaf - ask when making a reservation). This could be helpful when arriving in the early evening for a possible meal solution.
The owners are very helpful even with repairs, which we found out when one of our sliders stopped functioning. We appreciated Bill taking a look at it for us and helping us get it back in. - JC06
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
Jul 2018 - $54.00
We chose this park for the Passport America discount and proximity to a couple of day trips we wanted to take. Check-in was easy and quick; we were escorted to our site. All sites and roads are gravel. Our site (P2) was quite level, mostly shaded and close to the bathhouse. Two showers and several stalls in each. Bathhouse is quite tired and could use updating. This park offers a pool and laundry, but we didn't use either. Our pull-through site did not have sewer but there is a honey wagon available (+$2 per day), which we declined. There is a dump station near the entrance. There are a large number of seasonal campers here; most of these units were in fair to good condition. Free wifi worked well, AT&T cell coverage was strong, a number of TV channels available on the antenna. Elverson is a small town but there is good shopping 10-12 miles away. Overall, the park could use some updating to earn the regular rate they charge. P.A. discount made this a reasonable stay. - MangoandJune
Sep 2017 - $49.00
This is a very nice campground. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Upon booking I was told that I should make sure that I had at least 50 feet of fresh water hose because the hook up was a good distance from the campsite where we were booked. Upon arrival at the campground we checked and was then escorted to our campsite. It was after sunset so that was greatly appreciated. I don't think I would have found my campsite without the help. The staff also brought up a 50 foot fresh water hose and it's a good thing too as my two 25 foot hoses together would have been three feet short. the campsite itself was pretty deep and very wide. One of the nice things about their website is if you click on the campsite it will show you the actual campsite, usually several pictures. My campsite was all gravel, the size of the gravel was on the smaller size. The campsite was no very level from side to side, it was a challenge leveling. There were many seasonals there, but they were well maintained. The store was not well stocked but that might be because it was approaching the end of the season. The campground was very wooded so the campground name fits. Water pressure seemed a bit low. Electricity worked fine, no apparent line sags. The last thing is the interior roads were very tight, trees close to the road edge making traversing them a little difficult. There were also several rocks near the edge of the roadways. - Tim W
May 2017 - $24.00
The electric and sewer hook ups were centrally located. the water was located between sites, so one person used about 10' of hose while the other needed at least 45'. The sites were level. the water pressure was very low (28#'s). This is an older park with a lot of overhanging branches and very tight turns for larger rigs. - Al and Anne-Marie
Sep 2018 - $61.00
This park is Urban Camping at it's best. It is super close to all of fun and historical things to do in Philadelphia. Campus Park & Ride is essentially a commuter parking lot next to a warehouse that has electric and water connections at each site. It is a no frills place to safely connect your RV, camp and enjoy one of the best cities on the East Coast. Their staff is SUPER friendly and helpful with directions and recommendations. - ETCTA
Jul 2018 - $63.00
Great option if you want to explore Philadelphia. Helpful, friendly staff. Free shuttle to bus stop. We felt safe and comfortable and will stay again! - mac2school
Jul 2018 - $65.00
This is a hard place to review because it's not really a campground. On the way you'll notice it's in what appears to be a sketchy area, but once there I felt everything was secure. It's actually a warehouse complex fenced in with chain link fence and barbed wire. A portion even has electric fence and you need a key card to enter the gate. The staff was friendly and available 24 hours a day. Each site is backed up against a loading dock and has electricity and water. The sites are concrete and level. There is an area by the office to back up to for a dump station. I didn't use the restrooms or shower but did check them out. They are nothing fancy but were clean and functional. There is a shuttle that will take you near downtown so you can catch a city bus to the Independence Square area. You call the shuttle and they come to near where they dropped you off to bring you back. The shuttle drivers are very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The sites are close together and there is no grass or anything between sites, but you need to remember where you are and why your there. We would stay here again. - Blu1e
Aug 2017 - $40.00
The most friendly owners of any campground we have ever visited in 18 years of camping. You can actually talk to them without getting sales pitch. Just plain friendly, human. Great facilities. Nothing fancy, just practical and useful. Will go back next time through the area. - Tom Romito
Aug 2017 - $25.00
Friendly owner. Good service. 2 women running the campground and there's a lot of work here. Things could use upgrading. Pool could use some chairs and new deck. Irregular sites. Stuff sitting around. This is a older campground, not a resort. If you are in a small trailer or popup the wooded sites would be great. Nice playground. Bathhouses old, but ok. Rate quoted in review is weekly rate plus Electric which was metered and charged separately. Road in was narrow, including a one lane bridge, not Big Rig friendly. - cincychic
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Rustic style camping. Nice staff.
Would stay here again.
Quiet. Good for families as well. - Sir_Charles395
May 2018 - $36.00
We camped here because it was close to our family. When we booked our site we didn't understand that there are 2 separate areas in this campground. We did know it was water/electric only. When you check in you need to go to the main campground up the road and then turn around and go back to the lower section. They did escort us our site from the main office. They do have a dump station but it is up the road at the main part of the campground. No cable or wifi in the lower section. Our site was close to the road but it was level and grassy. This section is very close to Rt 100 and near a intersection where 3 roads meet so you did hear the traffic when sitting outside. We didn't use the bath house or laundry. We would stay here again if we could get a site in the main part of the campground. - joinpa
Mar 2018 - $40.00
Stayed here 3 nights due to need to be close to a family function. Other parks in area were full. Older park with mostly permanent residents. Staff was friendly and reasonably helpful, but the park itself needs vast improvements. Here to attend family matters in Philadelphia, did not do any leisure activities. Lower section of park was only half full, so parking for toad off my site wasn't a problem. Trash dumpster stayed full and campers left bags on top of or around it. Based on overall conditions of park, we did not use bath facilitijes or look for laundry facilities. - Movgfwd
Oct 2016 - $35.00
This is a difficult campground to review. There are things I really like about it, but their website is also a little misleading and their bathhouse is just terrible.
Start with the good, we were camped in the lower portion of the campground on a water/electric site. The sites are in a great location, well spaced, level, with large trees and a picturesque fishing pond. Water and electric were both in good working order. There is some light and road noise from nearby Rt 100, but it died down in the evening. The downside of the location, and what the map and website don't explain, is that these sites are on a different property, even in a different municipality, and more then ½mile from the bath house and the rest of the campground. There was a port-a-pot there, but you had to drive to take a shower.
The bath house was the other downer. It had nice showers that seemed to be recently renovated, but one of the toilets was clogged all weekend and the whole place smelled due to poor ventilation. There were no mirrors above the sinks, and it finally it was a struggle to work the lock to the ladies room, we could not open it at all the first night we were there.
We never ran into the crazy owner and in fact we only saw one staff member who checked us in when we arrived. She was wonderful, leading us to a site of our choosing and bringing down a large load of firewood which she helped unload.
In all I would return, but only if they resolved the bath house situation. - Cyclonic
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Stayed with a group of friends last weekend, and we had ~8 sights in loop C. No instructions at entrance kiosk for folks with reservation nor was there someone consistently at kiosk during the stay to ask questions to. The only instructions were for people who didn't have a reservation which was very odd. Restroom in the loop had not been cleaned in some time, and when I went to use it next morning, there was a yellow "being cleaned" sign on door with no one in sight and door was locked. Roads and trails had debris on them and look to have been not consistently maintained. On first evening, campers at one site were outrageously noisy all through the night, and the campground host two sites over did nothing to address the issue. The next day, yelling, screaming, and men/men and men/women fist fights ensued and it hours before campground management ejected the campers. Fire pits had not been cleaned our of debris in weeks. I would think twice about ever going to this campground again. - burkhall
Jun 2018 - $41.00
First campground we stayed in at start of our full-time RV life adventure. Nice campground at top of a hill in the park (which means Verizon users can actually get 1-2 bars of signal service, as compared to virtually no service down in the state park main use area.) Paved roads and sites in the pet-friendly C-loop, most looked pretty level but there were a few exceptions. Decent spacing between sites, and most were shaded with mature trees. Adequate road clearance for big rigs. Bathroom showers had good hot water, but the one in C-loop was not cleaned for 3 days, until day we left, probably due to camp host being absent for first 3 days of our stay. Lots of activities possible in park, from hiking to kayak and canoe rentals, orienteering, disc golf course, and a big swimming pool (that you have to drive to from the campground). No Wifi, as typical for a state park. We would stay again if in area. - We Roamed and Rambled
May 2018 - $41.00
We enjoyed our 2 days we stayed at French Creek. The facility is beginning to show it's age but still has the charm of a very peaceful state campground. We booked our stay on line and thought the "service Fee" charge ($7) was a little excessive. Our 5th wheel was 30 ft and our tow vehicle was a F-250 Crew Cab w/ 8 ft bed. The site was a little tight with our total length of almost 50 ft. When we disconnected we parked sort of across the asphalt pad. They have upgraded some of the full service sites and they appear to be very nice and are longer in overall length. - DpGraham727