8 RV Parks near Austin, Pennsylvania
May 2014 - $25.00
A nice family oriented facility located one mile down a narrow dirt road. The sites are close together and there are lots of seasonals. The staff was friendly and while the campground was nearly deserted on the weekday we were there the weekends are reported to be very crowded and reservations are recommended. - Desert Captain
Apr 2008 - $25.00
From what we understand, new owners took over here a few yrs ago. Its a modest little CG in the middle of "God's country". The owners are SUPER friendly, and obviously try very hard to keep it up. Although it doesn't have a pool or a lot of on site activities, there are various family friendly activities on weekends. There is not a lot to do in the general vicinity, and there is no cell service for miles, so this is the place to go and get away from it all, literally. We were reluctant not to having sewage hookups, but the "honey wagon" came anytime you needed it. - blondieemtp
Aug 2015 - $21.00
Went to area to see elk and we were not disappointed. Campground had minimal services (electric only) but knew that going in. Site was gravel/grass and level with nice spacing between sites. Bathrooms were very clean and campground host pleasant and helpful. Park staff at visitor center were eager to provide information about wildlife, hiking trails, etc. A bonus were the clear, dark skies.
Really isolated with no internet or cell service available. - Dave F
Jun 2013 - $27.00
Everything we hoped for and more. Took a pontoon boat nature ride out on the lake with rangers speaking on wildlife. The new nature center is wonderful. Would recommend to all our family and friends! - Naturelvr
Jun 2010 - $26.00
This is a small, quiet, out-of-the-way State Park in a very scenic section of the state. The entrance to the campground is steep, but easily accessible, and relatively flat once you get in. Some sites are back in the tall pines, others are in partial shade. Many of the sites are at odd angles to the access road and might require turning around to back in, but once you get onto the overall layout, it isn't a problem. Roads in the campground are a mixture of stone, gravel or asphalt. There isn't much room to get moving too fast, so it's pretty quiet as State Parks go. The bath house has only one shower for each gender, but is clean and modern. The dump station is a tight squeeze for bigger rigs, but easily doable. This park may use up your rig's turning radius, but it's not so tight you can't maneuver. There cannot be enough said about the opportunities for outdoor adventure in this park. There are some great trails and one is flat and fine gravel which goes on for miles and takes you out to a wildlife viewing area where you may see elk, deer, bear, and almost anything else you can think of. You will not have phone or tv service unless you have a satellite hookup. There is a land line phone in the park at the kiosk which you can dial out on (9 for an outside line) and a store just down the main road with pay phone. We have camped here twice so far and look forward to going again. Great little park! - mosseater
Jul 2011 - $23.00
Our rate was based on stay of eight nights. We stayed over July 4th weekend. Level site, plenty long for our 60' rig and wide due to trees separating our site (not all sites as wide). The site we had allowed us to get our satellite dish aimed but we had very little Verizon access for our phones or internet (air card). The only downside for us was the dust...being a holiday weekend, the park was packed...with ATVers and the amount of dust from them was staggering. Would have been nice to have the road watered daily to help out. Would have been a nine rating then. Great location for exploring the area...we ride motorcycles and we never lacked for good riding. - Froggi Donna
Apr 2010 - $22.00
Very nice park. There was only one other couple staying here this weekend. Looked like they were seasonal. Very quiet of course, and the bathrooms and shower rooms were VERY clean and spacious. A friend recommended this CG, and I am glad they did. We will stay here again. On another note: we checked in about 5pm, the owners were gone for the night and left a note to check-in tomorrow. We never did hook up. When we got home, they finally called and we paid for our site. I was a little worried, but they weren't. Very nice lady. Lots were spacious, room between the sites and they had nice picnic tables and fire rings. We only used the water/electric sites, but they do offer full hookups and there was easy access to a pump station: which is always appreciated. - Ohiojude
Oct 2007 - $25.00
This park is right across the road from a restraurant. The park is neat and clean. The owners are friendly. There is a snowmobile/ATV trail adjacent to the park. The park rents ATV's. There is no Cingular cell phone service. You have to go to the center of Coudersport to obtain a cell phone signal. We have stayed in this park several times. - JoeGin2
Oct 2016 - $40.00
We stayed in mid-October for 3 days. The site was a back in with easy access for my 47" rig.
The site was all grass, well manicured and kept. We put down some plywood under the levelling jacks and enjoyed the peace and quiet.
I would definitely stay here again. - BHam
Oct 2016 - $40.00
We were looking for a campground near Couredersport, PA. This was the most fully equipped park near the town. It is about 8 miles west of town along the Allegheny River. The campground is on the river, and you can fish or tube the river right from the campground property. It is a family owned park, and the owners take a lot of pride in keeping the facilities in good shape. There is tons of grass in the campground, but the owners mow at least twice a week and it always looks sharp. The RV pads themselves could use a healthy dose of fresh gravel though. The gravel is a bit sparse, so the grass is taking over most of the parking pads. There is a dirt/gravel area next to the sites that would be a patio area, but it too needs some more gravel. Curiously the 50 amp full hook up sites are at the front of the park near the road, and there is 10-12 of them. Most of the rest of the sites are W/E only, and are accessed through a remote control gate that are closer to the river. Even many of the seasonal's which are close to the river have no sewer access. There is a decent size pool that looks to be new up by the 50 amp sites. The restrooms are clean and handicapped accessible. I needed to raise the antenna mast to get a usable signal for the WiFi to work well. The campground does offer free WiFi for general surfing and email. We paid $40 a night, which was a bit pricey for the amenities offered. One interesting note though. When we were on Highway 6 about a mile from the campground a black bear about 200 pounds darted from the opposite side of the street running full speed. It cut directly across our path and disappeared into the brush. So yes, there are bears in the area of the campground. - SargeW
Aug 2016 - $36.00
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we have visited. This park is very well maintained. It offers a pool, putt putt golf, special weekend events throughout the summer, fishing, tubing, playground and pet area where pets run free. They have camping cabins and campsites along the Allegheny River which flows through the property. They are restoring vintage campers to place in an area for rental also. This place is a great weekend getaway for the family. It is also a nice overnight stop.
Some sites are gravel. Most are grass. Each has a picnic table and fire ring. They have full hookup, electric and water sites and tent sites. Price varies with services and location. We were right on the river. It was very pleasant and relaxing after driving all day.
They have two dump stations for those not on full hookups.
The owners are very friendly and experienced campground owners. We would stay here again.
The only negative I heard from anyone was the highway traffic noise. I thought it was very minimal as the highway is lightly traveled. Other than a passing truck occasionally, I didn't notice it at all. Very quiet at night. - petendoll
Jun 2017 - $34.00
This state park allows you to get away from everything, especially since there isn't any Verizon cell phone/internet service, only one radio station (at least on scan), or television channels. It is located in a valley with lots of hiking trails and a great beach area on the man-made lake (lots of canoeing).
There are two parks: Lower Campground (sites 20+) is closer to the entrance, on the right, and Daggart Run Campground (sites 1-19) is further back by the beach. Many of the sites will accommodate smaller travel trailers or pop-ups. There are a couple drive-through. Campground entrances are fairly steep and longer trailers may drag, say over 30'. Overall it is very quiet and very dark and perfect for getting the kids away from everything (except the ATVs that are very active within the park). Sites can have tree cover or not depending on site. Sites only have electric (ours had 50/30/20 amp), no water, no sewer. Dump site is only at Lower Campground. There is a potable water spout near the dump site and around the campgrounds. Office staff are very friendly and helpful. Rangers cruised the park on a regular basis. - Next Mission
Jun 2017 - $30.00
We have a big 5th wheel 40 ft, and it was longer because we had our rack down with kayaks. We were in the lower loop, site #20, which is a pull through, and that worked well. The upper loop, Daggett, is not for larger trailers at all; mostly tents and pop-up size sites. Those sites are closer together as well compared to the lower loop which offers more privacy for more sites. On the lower loop, at the end, sites 30, 31, 32 will accommodate larger rigs, as well. There are a couple of other pull-throughs, but they are very close to the road so we didn't think they offered much privacy. The restrooms and shower were very clean and roomy. But, there were no outdoor sinks for tenters to wash their dishes, but they have them at Daggett. This area is really peaceful and remote. Down the road is Cherry Springs State Park, which is where astronomy enthusiasts can set up and really enjoy the darkest night sky in Pennsylvania. Lyman Run is a great base to use to camp, and then just head 5 miles down the road to Cherry Springs and take in the stars. The Lyman Run reservoir is really nice, electric motors only. We enjoyed kayaking. Rentals are available as is mooring of your boat. Lots of fishing (crappies, bass, blue gills, trout) in the reservoir, along the spillway, and the run itself. The beach is very sandy and nice for families, as is the concession stand with reasonable prices for food, ice, and camp wood. Off the grid, so forget about Internet and cell coverage is spotty--but really, isn't that why we come to places like this? - LibraryMom
Nov 2015 - $28.00
We stayed here to visit the observation field at Cherry Springs. This park helped because the ranger station at the park is the same one for cherry springs so we got weather updates and visibility reports. There is No cell service or TV signal in this park which made the ranger station that much more useful when planning our nightly trip to stargaze. The bathrooms were clean and the ranger was helpful. We will definitely stay here again. Even though the sites are small we had no issue maneuvering around the campground or setting up in the site. - Grant7890
Jun 2014 - $28.00
We were here on business. The campground itself is clean and well maintained. Unfortunately, upon arrival we found that the park has zero cell reception...I mean zero for all mobile carriers. You have to travel 30 minutes into town to get any type of even a roaming signal. That wouldn't be a big deal if the "wifi" they claim they have actually works. Now, if you're here to just take in wildlife, escape and be "off the grid" to all family and friends - then this is your place! But, if you want to be able to stay in touch with family, etc... Forget it. There's NOTHING to keep you connected with the world. I found the owners to be very nice and accommodating (other than the internet). The sites are all grass and can get a little muddy with lots of rain, but for the most part they are level and the grass is well maintained. The park was quiet during the week, a little more rowdy on the weekends, especially with the festivals going on. The view of the PA Hyner Mountains are GORGEOUS and almost make up for the lack of contact with the outside world, almost... - jlgpipe
Apr 2012 - $22.00
This is a beautiful campground, family owned and operated. We came here for work, owners are very nice and really go out of their way to make your stay everything you want it to be. While we were there they had a Blue Grass Festival, a motocross race and we are looking forward to KC Music Festival in august. This campground is clean and very well maintained, clean bathrooms and showers. It is in the boonies and you probably won't have cell service, but do you want to be bothered with the phone when your camping? There is all kinds of wildlife from deer, bear, fox and all the normal little cute critters. I love this place and would absolutely stay here again, I have found PA to be the most beautiful state and Quiet Oaks Campground has captured its beauty so all can enjoy it. So if you hate green grass, beautiful trees and the quiet relaxing camping, stay away cause all that and more is here. - gypsysoul
Jun 2010 - $30.00
This park is a great place if you like being in the wilderness. It is surrounded by the 262,415 acre Susquehannock State Forest. There is a lot of wildlife in the area such as Bear, Elk, and Bobcat. Both camping loops have electric sites in them, with loop 2 being a more shaded area than loop 1. A cold mountain stream runs through the middle of the park and there is a swimming area with a sandy beach. Both the restrooms and the showers are spotless. Trout fishing in the area is said to be very good. Racoons are regular visiters at night. Will camp here again for sure. It is a nice place and a lot of fun too. - GDM
Jul 2009 - $24.00
Nice state park campground with recently upgraded rest rooms and shower facilities. About half the sites have electric. There is a swimming area in the creek with a sand beach. Water comes from mountain streams, so it is quite cold. Great for hot days, but not too good for cooler days. It was in the 70s while we were there, so going in the water was not an option. Only made it in to my knees before I turned around. This park is set in a beautiful forested valley with lots of wildlife and mountain trails. Kettle Creek is known for some of the best trout fishing in the state. There is no cellular service or TV reception. I wouldn't bet on a satellite dish doing much for you either. Sites are gravel, and fairly level. Crew does a good job of maintaining the park. This place is Pennsylvania wilderness at it's best. - divot