15 RV Parks near Berlin, Pennsylvania
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Berlin. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Berlin in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Very small, unlevel sites on soft ground (mostly grass with a little gravel), 30 amp electric (no 50 amp). Utilities are at the very back of the sites, so you may need extensions. Most of the trailers look like long-term low income housing. Several trailers were empty, rusty and abandoned. Campground is run by a sweet very old lady. It has a small pool that looked clean. We did not use the pool or public restrooms. At $38 a night, we wish we had looked into some of the nearby state parks and campgrounds. Since we were only staying for one night we went ahead and "bit the bullet" and stayed. - lauraslytle
Sep 2012 - $30.00
This is an old run down park with mostly seasonal campers. We made the mistake of paying before seeing the shower house. Previous reviews are a little on the "kind" side for sure. Washrooms and showers were filthy and disgusting. Luckily the elderly woman who runs the place gave us our $30.00 back and we found another campground. - shlemon
Jul 2010 - $30.00
Very basic, no frills little campgrounds. 95% seasonal. The seasonals are friendly enough. A very sweet older lady runs the place by herself. Not the place to go if you want activities, games, etc. Lots of shopping and other things to do in the general area. - blondieemtp
Jul 2017 - $30.00
Tidy campground with a lot of seasonals, but neat, clean and friendly. No pull throughs available for the weekend, so we were assigned back in that sloped off a bit. All roads and sites are gravel. WiFi and Verizon good. Peeked in bathhouse and it was spotless. Beautiful lake, just ok pool. Would be better if regular restroom by pool instead of port-o-let. Woud return. - cincychic
Jun 2017 - $44.00
Very nice facility, our second time staying here as we cross western PA. Kinda far off I76, but a nice stopover nonetheless. Friendly staff. They have a whole section for annuals, and a section for overnighters/weekenders. The latter is all pull-thrus. Used the cable as we caught nothing over the air, but there are no trees in this section to block a satellite setup. - tughawks
May 2017 - $40.00
Nice, quiet area of the park set off from the seasonal section. Golf cart would be useful to get from the site to the office, bath house and swimming pool. - VA Jim and Barbara
Oct 2016 - $47.00
We where staying there with friends who had a motor home. When they pulled in sunk in the mud. Was told the sites had been redone. Obviously had not been packed down well and was all gravel. When made reservations was told pets welcome. When staff knocked on my door acted like my dog was going to attack. It is a lab and wouldn't hurt anyone. He barked when they knocked on the door. Was treated very poorly by staff. We intended to stay 3 nights, we stayed 1. - Theresa L
Aug 2016 - $47.00
Our experience was great... So peaceful, large area for our 33FT travel trailer and room for our large pickup! Host & others very helpful & polite.
Not like KOA & other campgrounds that are so jammed pack with people & campers..
We will be back this year if we can make it. - Mary and Roger
Apr 2009 - $35.00
We left as soon as we saw what the campground was. Manager was going to charge us by the foot since we were over 26 feet but since we had already been quoted a price, the manager stuck with the original price. This is no place for a big rig or RV. I wouldn't recommend anything over 30 FOOT - the sites are shallow and is more set up for seasonal than for weekend camping. The transient spaces are not well defined or well kept. We couldn't find a decent place to set up so we had to scramble and find a near by state park and didn't stay. The owner charged us for a full night anyway even though we didn't stay and we couldn't fit the way we needed. The only good thing about the whole experience is that the lady was nice. Although charging us a full night was a little bit much. I'd say $10 would have been sufficient for the trouble. Again this is not for large RVs and is very tight - visual surroundings not very stimulating either. WE DID NOT STAY. - receveur
Oct 2016 - $45.00
We came to this park during the last week they were open for the season, actually we left the day they closed. Everything was pretty much closed down but we rarely use these services anyway so we were not affected.
Our site was way in the back and very quiet but no one else was around us. The area around the site was very large and completly covered in grass, a really nice setting. The only problem we had was trying to get the camper entirely on the gravel, it was kind of narrow but still a nice site.
We did have a problem with the cable hookup but it was fixed by maintenance within 15 minutes. Great service.
You could see that a vast majority of the sites are full timers because of all the decks and other fixtures around the campers plus the camper storage area was packed. We would surely stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Sep 2016 - $50.00
We stayed here twice in 2016. I believe our sites were 106 and 13. 106 is way in the back of the campground and 13 is near the pool. Both site were on a slight grade. 106 was a bit trickier to set up on. There is plenty to do on site and in the area. Laurel Hill State Park is a short drive as is Somerset PA. At the campground, the hiking trails are hilly, but secluded so a nice place to walk my dogs as was the rest of the campground. Mini-golf was nice as was the pool. And they have a nice fenced in off leash dog area. You have to buy a permit daily to fish in the ponds. I think it was $7 and you are not allowed to fish past 8 PM so that was a negative. - JillaRoo
Jun 2016 - $50.00
The site was very easy to access and was large enough for our 40' RV pulling a 16' bike trailer. Nice grassy area between campers with some shade trees. If you like to fish, they have 3 ponds for that plus paddle boats to rent. It was very clean and lots of staff on hand if you needed anything. The wifi was pretty scketchy though. - AudiG
Apr 2017 - $26.00
We stayed in the dog loop, which was mostly full and the rest of the park empty. When will PA change??? #81 & 80 were the best sites. Full service was at the bottom of the hill and the pull thru sites not too level or shady. Might go back in the fall? - 2labsacamping
Sep 2016 - $22.00
We spent 3-nights here at the end of Sept, 2016. It's a large state park that's very forested and pretty. We had reserved a lovely Full-Hookup site at the top of the hill bordering a huge grassy field. But try as we might we could not get level - front to back or side to side. Others that arrived at the same time had similar issues so we all worked together to find other available camp sites to get level.
When we arrived on a Sunday all the park offices and check-in shack were closed.
The bathrooms here are older cinder block buildings that had been through some rough rains recently with lots of dirt and water deposited inside.
So, to us this State Park is a mixed bag. It is very pretty and in a nice part of Pennsylvania and seems to be a very popular park for people living nearby. Our experience wasn't that pleasant.
As a plus, the Flight 93 memorial is only about 30-mins away and is a must see. - Creativepart
Aug 2016 - $31.00
We stopped here without a reservation. It happened to be a weekend when they were having a Bluegrass festival. This campground has a loop for those traveling with pets. We were fortunate to get the last site available. It wasn't the best site. It was not level. It was grass and only had electric.
This state park is the most dog friendly park we have been in. You could walk your dog on many acres of park land and even down to the water in some areas. The pet loop has a very large area in the center to walk you dog also.
They have two dump stations and drinking water available at that location. The park appeared to be very well maintained.
The park is family oriented with a playground, beach, volleyball, kayak rentals, fishing picnic areas and more.
The day we were to leave it was raining. I was unable to pull our trailer off the site as the wheels spun on the wet grass. Park rangers came and hooked onto my truck and assisted me in pulling out. Great service. - petendoll
Jun 2017 - $35.00
I agree that some of the older reviews are scary, and I was really worried about staying here, but the park isn't that bad. I will, however, say that we were placed in a permanent site, that the previous owner had left some cables, lights, a shed type building, and hoses. So this wasn't great for us. The site did have new gravel added, which I expect was because of our arrival. The site was pretty run down, but it did have water, electric, and sewer that all worked fine. We were across from the bath house, which my husband used. He said it was old but was clean, but it also did not have any soap, towels, or hand dryers. When we check in, the staff was pleasant enough, but did not tell us anything about the park or activities. They had a DJ Friday night, which we could hear the music from our site, and also bingo in a big hall they have, that we only found out from walking around, and just happening upon it. I have no idea if they had anything else scheduled for the weekend. A lot of the locals do have the golf carts and are driving around a lot. They had a few lakes, but the water all looked very green. We did not have a problem with any of the local residents, though we did feel a bit out of place camping in the permanent area. But they did come out to help another camper (not local), who was pulling in right during a rain storm and their truck got stuck in the mud. The local guys came out and hooked up their own truck to the camper to help get it in the site level. This is a very large park, which mostly seemed to be permanent sites (as we were put in that area), and the 'weekender' section seemed small. The roads are very tight in this campground, and a bit confusing to navigate at first. We had a bit of trouble finding our site. We also did not have a picnic table. The place was OK, but I probably would not stay here again. - Camper_Girl
Oct 2015 - $35.00
This is a very nice campground. Mostly permanent campers with a few passing through. Over the last 2 years the campground has been cleaned up and updated by the owners. The Management has really step up to the plate to get away from the bad reputation this campground had and is doing a great job of cleaning it out and up! Many new activities have been offered and campground also offer co-pay for lots of out of park activities which is wonderful if you have children! There are a lot of negative comments on other sites that are years old. I can tell you as of September 2015 this place has really pulled it together! - Turtleman
Jun 2014 - $35.00
We've camped here in the past and this year, we see a great improvement in the campground and staff. They are cleaner, friendly, more helpful. The kids activity are great! The pool is clean and the great area in primative where you can fish. The golf carts are not as bad as it use to be. I recommend this campground! - Turtleman
Jul 2016 - $32.00
This is a small campground with not many sites. This was my second trip to this campground and sadly not as enjoyable as the first time. The sites are very close together and open, but the the campground was not full midweek. We stopped here for one night while driving through and I think a truck rest stop would have had less road noise. Even small vehicle seem to be right outside the camper. The camp host were friendly. Biggest positive note, the dump station had easy access and a fresh water fill hose. - JGS
May 2015 - $25.00
This is a small state park 41 total sites (4 full hook-up) including cabins. There are maybe 5 sites that don't look like a ski jump in full sun. You are either badly tilted side to side or very badly front to back. Bring a lot of leveling blocks. There is a long one lane road in and out of the park - make sure no one else is on it if you are towing 4 down -the only pull off is the dump station half way down the road. Bathrooms and showers were well maintained with a washer and dryer available at $1.25 and double sink for doing dishes. TV and satellite are hit and miss based on site. Not much to do in the park except relax and have a campfire. There is a shallow stream (4" to 6" deep) along the low side of the park - I didn't see any fish or wildlife in it. - Grayhound
May 2015 - $29.00
The setting is beautiful, reminiscent of some of the state parks in Colorado. Campground is small but pleasant. Sites are gravel, reasonably level. There are four full hookup sites in the campground, all pull-through and closer together. Other sites have electricity only and are widely spaced. Utilities worked well; no Wi-Fi. Plenty of hiking trails in the area, along with a beautiful lake. Forbes State Forest is within an easy walk. Flush toilets and laundry available. This is not the type of place that you would like if you want an RV resort with all the facilities, but it is much more like camping with hookups. The only negative is the road noise. - Dashonthedash
Jun 2017 - $28.00
Nice park campsites that are a little close for some and a lot of space for others. Loops are marked on a map and some signs along the road to help you find your way. Our spot was very good, level grass area with enough room for a smaller trailer and a large truck. There were the average fire rings with a grill on one side. Fire wood for sale but there were plenty of fallen branches dry and ready for a fire. The bathrooms were clean but quite old looking. Showers were not so good, press button for a short bit of water. Handicapped shower was raised up on the floor for wheel chairs but water from that stall would run under to the other stalls. The dump station is among one of the cleanest and best, - boosie
Jun 2017 - $41.00
This review is of the new full hook up sites, Loop B, numbered in the 300's. 13 sites on a moderate hillside opened this season (2017) and are very nice. Although there are mature trees in the section, they are not lush with leaves and other trees in the section are dead and need removed, so most all sites are full sun with sparse shade on some sites. Our site was at least 100 ft long. Although not overly spacious, the grass area between sites was roomy enough (estimated 25-30 ft) as to not feel we were too close to neighbors. The pad and small patio are of fine gravel and it was very level. It had a picnic table and fire ring. One of the seating boards on the new picnic table was already beginning to warp. The fire ring was so new, it was still shiny and had no rust. My observation: the fire ring is too close to the side of the RV. With our awning fully extended, the edge of it was over the fire ring. The sites are near the edge of the park boundary and, as such, turnpike noise is more noticeable during the quiet of night than in the interior/more treed sites. Although once inside our coach, it was not heard. These sites are a nice addition to what is already a popular state park. - leaf peeper
Jun 2017 - $42.00
We spent one night here in a Class A towing a car. We picked a pull thru site. The staff was concerned whether or not we would fit. We are 55' long towing, and their computer says the longest site was 47'. I don't know what they are measuring but we fit with at least 25' to spare. The site is brand new. It was very level and the utilities were in the proper place. Navigating to the site was easy. It's a great, quiet place to stay about 10 miles off the turnpike. It would be a nice place to spend several days. We would come back. - Tammy7
Jul 2016 - $43.00
We stay here every year for a family reunion. It's secluded but close enough to Rocky Cap Casino and the city of Cumberland, MD. New owners have taken over this year and we already noticed improvements as soon as we drove in. They are campers themselves and are living onsite. I am looking forward to our next visit to see the changes. - jltreadwell
May 2012 - $35.00
I guess that they call it Hidden Springs because the water table must be just below the ground as the area was extremely wet. The bath houses were run down as were some of the permanent sites. With another campground just down the road, this campground should just close. We will not stay here again. - tonymaldonado
Aug 2010 - $33.00
Sites very unlevel. Luckily we have boards left over from our trip to Canada with us that we did not use and could use them to level the motorhome. The air system tried to level it, but no way even with the board, it was still out of level some. Kids all over with no supervision, I almost hit one when he pulled out in front of me on a bike with his parents right there. Sites close together and the fire rings which were used, and made it smoky. Lots of trees kept the smoke in. Why do people have to have fires, they stink and you smell like them until you bath. Also there are noisy radios even though CG rules say no. We could not believe 50AMP. Dump was hard to get to: had to drive around the CG to get to it. NO DISCOUNTS. - Sherib
May 2017 - $27.00
We camped at Rocky Gap for 10 days with friends. We've stayed here at least once a year for the past 9 years. We love going to Rocky Gap. The sites are well spaced out and provide plenty of trees, foliage, etc. Surprisingly we didn't see the Camp Host this trip, but the Park Maintenance crew were readily on hand if you needed any assistance. Although we experienced a lot of rain this trip, Rocky Gap had a lot of activities available for the kids in our group. The bathhouses in the Ironwood loop were redone about 10 years and are still holding up fairly well. The Maintenance crews were cleaning the bathhouse at least 2-3 times per day which was nice, especially with the amount of rain and mud. They do offer a dump site which is located just outside of the entrance. I do agree with other reviewers that it can be difficult to use it prior to entering the campground. We have a 30 ft travel trailer and the u-turn area to make it to the dump station prior to entering is very difficult. We stayed in site 252 on the Ironwood loop and there were no hookups. Both the bathhouse and water spigot were fairly close and easily accessible. Campsites vary in size but again are well maintained for a State Park. The only negative was trying to back into our site, which had a very tight turn but other sites were more open. Our loop was the closest to the Casino and on Saturday night, we enjoyed listening to the concert being held at the Casino. It wasn't too loud either. - Bebe and Pat
Oct 2015 - $33.00
Confusing signs. When you get off exit, DO NOT follow signs to State Park. Follow signs to Campground instead. Otherwise you will end up in State Park instead of campground.
No warning signs. DO NOT try to use the dump station before entering gate. The u-turn is too tight for big rigs!
Our surge protector said that there were slight grounding and reverse polarity issues at our power pedestal.
Checkout is 1 PM. Strong AT&T signal. Do not arrive at dark, no lights.
Something for everyone, lodge, spa, dining, casino, golf, hunting, hiking, beach, etc. Great park for friends to get together. - univmd
Sep 2015 - $19.00
This was our first trip in Maryland's Western Mountains and we found it quite beautiful. This State Park also includes a large casino resort hotel, but this was far away from the campsites and not noisy. We did agree with others that the signs for the campgrounds needed more signs. Coming down the hill, toward the resort, the campgrounds are to the right. As you travel to the end of the lake, there's a neighborhood up ahead, and a large parking lot by the lake. They need another sign telling you to keep driving into the housing area. The campground turnoff is further down. We were looking all over the parking lot for it before I disconnected the car and discovered it. Although we saw a few big rigs, we wouldn't recommend this for a large rig. We had a 40 footer, and in the Ash loop, space 9 was a great one, and we were in 15 which took everything we could do to get in and out safely. Lots of room once in the pull out. Very dark and heavy trees all through this camping area. With the beautiful lake nearby, but not visible, I wish they had some nice open campsites with the big views that can be had in this valley. Trash is deposited at the gate in huge dumpsters with stairs that climb up to the door, that compress the garbage and require you to turn a key to unlock the doors. Don't know what kind of bears they have here, that merits such a fortress dumpster. - elduque