11 Parks near Belleville, Pennsylvania
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Belleville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Belleville in the left hand column.
Jul 2016 - $73.00
Beautiful park, shaded sites; electric hookups only. Drinking water available. Pricey nightly rates for only electric hookups. Our site was not very level but was large, as were most of the sites we saw. Restrooms were clean, showers private. Playground for children. Very nice swimming area with sand bottom across the road from camping area with a snack bar, which was open only on weekends. Many hiking trails. - rvnutzrwhat
Oct 2011 - $31.00
This is a really nice, remote park. Some of the sites are larger than others, and the campground map depicts site size very well. All are wooded. There are some nice hiking trails, and a little lake. The playground is not in the campground, and is across a busy road, which could be a problem if you have children. - pamvanw
May 2010 - $26.00
We love this park! We already have next year booked. This is our second visit in as many years and have had no problems, other than finding the entrance to the campground the first visit. It should be marked better. The whole campground is wooded and nicely laid out on a hillside. The gravel sites are mostly flat, and this year, they had the campground loop road paved. It changes the whole feel of the park for the better. It's quieter, no dust, and the kids can ride scooters and bikes will ease. Sidewalk chalk has become popular, too. The dump station has been upgraded as well, though it could have been laid out with more room. Still, it's very serviceable as it is. he bathhouses were revamped several years ago and remain in very good condition. There are some good hiking trails to explore, as well as lots of great history waiting for campers to uncover, so don't miss the programs at the other park facilities on site which bring alive the history of the iron industry in early America. There is very little to complain about at this park, other than the missing full hookups that all PA State Parks share. We will be back many times! - mosseater
Oct 2013 - $38.00
Waterside the campground, very aptly named, we camped beside the river, two days pouring rain. Hook-ups not user friendly and here's the reason why. Water 30 feet away, sewer capped to high. Cable at first was fuzzy, then came in crystal clear. Cell phone signal strong, WiFii not good here. We didn't use the bath house. Room for transients yes, but definitely a "seasonal's" park. Some sites really run down, others nicely done. On the battle between nature and "chachkas", the latter clearly won. If you enjoy the sound of trains, and hearing whistles blow, be advised it is constant, know this before you go. Not a family run campground, but employees are very nice. We had a "Good Sam" discount, but still a bit high priced. The Riverwalk was scenic, the Canal was just okay. They have a pool, reasonably sized, and a place for kids to play. Also, a picnic table and fire ring. It was a fairly roomy site so to me a score of "7" for Waterside seems just right. - prose4those
Aug 2013 - $32.00
There were eight of us and a dog in a cabin (shed) and two RV sites. My RV site had a large bright light over it, so it was like daylight all night long, thus my trailer has an abundance of bugs that came home with me. Sites were nice size, grass and gravel, but grass needed cut. Everything drained pretty fast, as the rain poured while we were setting up, so we hid under our awnings. Many seasonals with golf carts would cut between my RV site and the cabin, even after we put up a screen room. I understand there were many rules to sign off on at registration, but we had no problems. The cabin was pet friendly and had AC, so that was a plus. Most seasonals were friendly. Canal was across street, for fishing, more like fish feeding for me, little fish and big hooks = entertainment. Pool was small, but nice, bring your own chair. We missed tubing as the staff was working the carnival activity after 2:00. The tubing run we discovered was only from the upper end to the lower end of the campground, on the Juniata river. Canoe and kayak rentals available, however, no livery service. Very reasonable Good Sam rate for an overall pretty good experience. - foor
Aug 2013 - $38.00
Good hookup facilities. Large grassy sites. Gravel pads. Very level. Staff helpful. 2 washers and 2 dryers in the back laundry. Very clean. Would come again. - SunnybrookJim
Oct 2015 - $35.00
The campground has some nice features. The bathrooms were a little old but very clean with pleasant touches and toasty warm with the cold temps outside. I would have rated the campground much higher, but for location. Our site was about 40 feet from a highway and we were in a hybrid trailer. The truck traffic on the highway was nonstop all night and unbearable. At times the camper actually vibrated from the noise. I suspect the noise would be dampened if you were in a hard walled RV, but I would still suggest asking to stay as far from the road as possible. We left after one night. As for other aspects, the sight was wide, almost level so not much correction needed. As for the look of the campground, it looks nice, lots of tree, pine needles etc. - TBrams
Apr 2013 - $38.00
We used this CG as an overnight, and it was all we needed! It was simple, nothing fancy, but a level site, quiet and a decent shower house. Would not come here to vacation, but as a one night stop you couldn't ask for more. Even had a host take us right to our site! - Spmalloy
Sep 2010 - $40.00
My rating would be a point or two higher if our group had been clearly told what to expect when we made our reservations. We were told there are 50a sites with full hookups. There are, but VERY few w/sewer and even fewer w/50a. "Sewer service" (ie. honey wagon provided as needed) is OK, but it is NOT the same as having a sewer connection. Most sites cannot receive satellite TV due to heavy tree cover, local OTA TV is extremely limited and the campground is wired for CATV but CATV is not available. Water pressure was extremely low. We have a 40' motorhome and were parked on an unlevel tent site requiring significant blocking up on one corner. Our 30a electrical outlet had barely usable voltage around 108-109v most of the time, low enough to cause possible damage to electronics, AC, etc. I understand the campground is under new ownership and the couple on site was very friendly and helpful face to face. But this campground was far below what we were led to expect would be available to us. In addition to the problems with RV sites, we had to hold our meetings off-site in Centre Hall because the available "meeting space" was a small open air pavilion, not at all usable for other than small social activities. All said and done, we paid a premium price for marginal facilities. I doubt any of our group will be back. - AFChap
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Huge grassy area, we picked our spot, basically all alone, we had electric and water, but we only stayed two nights so that was fine. There is a dump station, but a fee of $20 to use it. Very close to State College and a few other attractions. Staff was very relaxed, brought a garbage pail close to us when I asked where I should throw out the dog waste bags. Also asked us if we wanted the lights on or out where we were, made sure we were okay before they left for the night. This is not a resort, there are no amenities, no frills, no picnic tables or fire rings, just a place to park with water and electric. We loved it and would go back again. - dorcol
Sep 2012 - $25.00
I had a rally here. Some of our coaches were 45 feet. We all parked on the grass and had 50 amp hookups with water. There is a dump on the fairgrounds. Area wonderful for site seeing and Nittany Inn super for dinner. Management and maintenance very helpful and cooperative. We stayed 3 nights. - Peter K
Sep 2010 - $25.00
We were here with a group, but they do take individual RVers also. There are limited full-hookup sites, but there is a dump station. Typical fairground amenities w/grass sites, etc. Excellent voltage on 30 amp outlets. VERY HIGH water pressure (110psi on my gauge) and many of our folks experience water hose blow-outs. They do have bath houses but not close to the area where they would normally park over-nighters. Easy access and small town environment. We would return if in the area. - AFChap
Jun 2016 - $46.00
While 130 sites is an estimate for this campground north of Raystown Lake, all but seven sites are dedicated to seasonal campers. If you're lucky enough to snag one of their overnight RV sites, you'll find fairly sizable lots with adequate shade. Cabins and primitive tent sites are also available.
The seasonal rigs are well-maintained, large and modern. The campground's owners are quite friendly and presented us with a goodie bag for our dog upon arrival (with his name written on the outside and biscuits and a tennis ball on the inside. Very nice. We purchased wood at the camp office, which was delivered to our site.
The campground is the closest RV park to the town of Huntingdon and Route 22. Ignore advice on how to get there from Google Maps and instead follow directions outlined on the campground's website. Get lost on the narrow, winding roads around the Lake and you'll be sorry. - Lancaster Camper
Aug 2016 - $51.00
This is a very nice, well maintained, family-friendly RV park. The sites and access roads are gravel and our site was pretty unlevel from side to side (I needed several blocks to level things up for the driver's side of our fifth wheel). With that being said, our hookups were excellent, we had a fire ring and picnic table, and there was a nice swimming pool on the grounds. The WiFi was fair to very good--fair during the weekend when the RV park was near capacity and very good when most everyone left on Monday. The only recycling on site was for aluminum cans. An RV park this large should provide more on site recycling. We would definitely come back if we were in the area. - Byron Bailey
Aug 2016 - $63.00
WIFI was very weak, or none existent, which was fine because that means I couldn't do any work. Spotless. Very friendly and helpful staff. Very busy on weekends but the staff handled it in stride and the store had everything you need and plenty of souvenirs. Tubing is available via shuttle from the campground which is great. They also run Juniata River Adventures which offers kayak and canoe rentals and shuttles right from your site and back. All utilities were great except wifi. Plenty of activities for kids. Therre are lots of sites in full sun but our section had mosly shade. We will return again. - Mike Jh
Jun 2016 - $63.00
Absolutely great facilities and very friendly employees! We have camped here several times and have not had a bad experience yet. We love camping here as a family! - Diffycamper22
May 2015 - $76.00
Great, peaceful location. Owners and staff were very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed the mini golf, fishing, and scheduled activities. We had site 114 on Bliss Ridge overlooking the lake. Site was roomy, level, and had the nicest fire pit we've seen. The only negative about this campground is the lack of facilities in way of bathrooms, showers, and laundry. The existing bathhouses and laundry are clean and nice but there were not nearly enough toilets, showers, washers and dryers for the size of the campground. Otherwise, a great place. - jrwalkerpa1
Apr 2015 - $57.00
We camped her last weekend on site 19. Awesome campground. Sites are spacious and clean. They do have some seasonal sites and they have to be the best kept seasonal sites we have seen in a long time. We will be going back for a week next year. The only con is they don't have cable and the wifi was ok. - Happy Campers - MD
Aug 2014 - $49.00
This is a well kept and well landscaped campground. The sites were very level and nicely spaced. There is no cable and we could only pull in 1 TV station, the religious channel. Wi-Fi was spotty. The water and electric were both good. The arcade was very old and only very young children would like it. The pool was small for a campground this size. They charged us 7$ a person for mini golf, which I thought should have been free to campers. This campground is far from any stores or restaurants, we drove 27 miles to eat out one night. We will probably not stay again, just for the fact that it is quite a distance from our home, and not near any attractions. - mahill526
Jun 2016 - $27.00
We were camping in Senoia. There is a huge hill and we were at the very top of that. It's a good location if you want to be away from other people but very difficult to walk anywhere around the park or to the lake with such a hill to walk up. There was a skunk at our site. There were chipmunks everywhere getting into things, climbing on other campers, etc. The weeds are very very overgrown. We had to park our boat (which no-one ever explained to us) at the bottom of the bank and go through other people's campsites after we docked. The poison around this place is awful, I came home with a bad rash. There was poison all over the sides of the sites, and all over the banks. The bathrooms are push button so you have to push a button every 15 seconds to get a shower. They are painted in black so you cannot see of any stains or dirt. (Yes, I'm a germaphobe and like to know what I'm touching). Poorly maintained. The mirrors at the sink are disgusting and scratched everywhere. Every time you leave your site you basically have to drive. Drive to the marina, drive to your boat (depending on where you stay), drive to the beach... and it's a 1 way at the bottom so that was kind of annoying to me as well. The trails are not easily accessed. No clear signs to point where to go. There was basically a non-existent "store". On the day of check-in, the lady didn't explain we had to put a paper up at our pole in front of our site. Maybe this place is better for the more experienced camper. This was one of our 1st bigger trips camping. We had 2 kids (14, 9). The lake is beautiful though. Didn't really catch any fish. Overall, I think it's an OK campground if you are into very primitive type camping and are a little more experienced with it and do not mind overgrown weeds, push button showers, and having to drive everywhere you go. The only activity worth while for the kids were the playground and the beach/lake/boating. Not a very interactive place. - danigurl570
Jun 2016 - $12.00
Seven Points is a large CG with a huge beach area, an on-premises restaurant, marina, visitor center and six different camping areas. In general the sites throughout the CG are large and well maintained gravel, but some are spaced closer than others. The six areas are: Ridge Camp - a little crowded on the top end but wider spaced at the loop end. Most sites are partially shaded. The sites at the loop end (10-19) are spaced wider than the top end. Meadow Camp - sites are spaced tighter and in the sun. Valley Camp - most sites are shorter and in the sun. Point Camp - a half of the sites are on the water, sites are more crowded. Bay Camp - sites are spaced tighter, not much shade. Senoia Camp - Many water sites, most are high above the water level, pretty views. The roads in the camp are more narrow with quicker turns. It would be hard for big rigs to maneuver them easily. Most sites are tightly spaced. The Hillside Nature Trail is in need of maintenance because of poison ivy, briars and high weeds. However, look for the wild blackberries near the end of the trail on the left side. There is a VERY nice walking/running trail that meanders for a couple of miles throughout the CG made of a soft "rubberized" material. Ask about any special events being held at the Visitor Center; it is not posted anywhere and the information is not volunteered at check-in. The dump station has a water nozzle for clean-up, but does not have a connection for a black tank flush. There is no TV reception at Seven Points. Verizon coverage = 3/5. There is not a heavy tree canopy, so satellite reception is probable, depending on the site. - Bama Camper
Oct 2015 - $14.00
There are really six different campgrounds in this large recreation area, each with their own restrooms/ showers and 'flavor'. (Point, Valley and Bay CG were closed during our visit.)
We stayed near the water in Senoia Camp with 30A power because we wanted the water view.
Excellent sized sites, most with plenty of room for our three slide-outs.
No water hookups at any sites in the CG. But we were able to put two hoses together and refill our fresh water tank without having to move the trailer.
Absolute no cell service - ATT or Verizon. No local TV. We were able to hit a hole in the trees and get Dish.
Great hiking trails all around the rec area. Nice looking swim beach - which we didn't use in October in low-40s temps. - PawPaw
Jul 2016 - $49.00
I gave a 9 rating and would have made it a 10 but for one thing: the WIFI. It was useless most of the 2 days we were at the park. We have a Verizon hotspot but those gigabytes go fast. With better WIFI, this would be a nice place to spend a few days. RV parks don't seem to understand how important WIFI is. We don't use any of rv park facilities like swimming pool or restrooms/showers and would gladly trade them for good WIFI.
Other than that, its a very nice park with spacious sites and nice landscaping. It was very hot or I'd have taken a long walk with the dog. Very nice management. Location is very good, only about a mile from Rte 80 and easy roads to get to the camp. Everything but the WIFI worked well. - UllaPool
Aug 2015 - $57.00
This could be one of the best campgrounds around PA. It's big, has nice treed areas to camp, fire rings, lots of places to walk, pet friendly ,
They are a little too laid back for our liking, when we arrived, the office was closed( early afternoon) a sign on the door said. Call this number, we did.. 4 times, goes to voice mail.. After driving around and walking around looking for someone to check us in, we decided to just pick a site and get settled. We did have a reservation for a one week stay. 2 hours later a lady shows up at our door and we eventually got checked in.
If you have trouble walking, do not stay here, the rv sites are on hilled terraces; very pretty, but hard to walk up and down the hills to the office.
The camp ground offers free mini golf and a water splash area, neither in good shape.
They keep horses ( no riding), rabbits, and a play ground. But, it all needs some tender love and lots of care; the owners are really trying to get it all together, and with time and a lot of work they might do it.
They have been trying to get a "store" up and running for the past three years, but there is still no store.
Overall, we would stay at Gram and Paps Fort Bellemonte again. The people are very nice. - Audrey Dunton
Jul 2015 - $48.00
Called for reservations and asked for a level pull thru long enough to hold our 45' motorhome. Was told they would put us in site 69 that will be fine--nice and level and would not require us to unhook our car. When we got there we got there given sight 65 which was plenty long enough but had a severe slope toward the front. Had to use 4" of blocks to get level and had to unhook the car to do that. Water connection was on the wrong side of the site and the electric box had a big posting that said to not shut off the circuit breaker. Not what we expected for the price. - DaDoSA