The lots were roomy, and wooded. TV cable was available. No sewer but water and electricity. Beautiful pool, and nice mini golf and clubhouse. We would gladly return if in the area. Rate was for C2C. We camped at Roaring Run Resort in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
We visited Flight 93 Memorial, and Johnstown Flood Museum.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $1.00
Private membership RV resort. Sites long, wide and level gravel parking area with grass and table and enough room to park truck or toad. Most of the sites have large trees and only a few with good satellite signal. Park well maintained. Strong Wi-Fi signal at sites for $. Free cable TV. Only 30 amps and no sewer at sites. Honey truck $$. Rec room, pool, several kids playgrounds and pavilion. 10 miles to town/Walmart. Staff friendly and helpful. Will stay there again. Rate for ROD, also accepts C2C and AOR. We camped at Roaring Run Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $8.00
I don't know what the deal is with these negative reviews. The new owners, who took over the place over a decade ago, turned the resort into a second-rate facility into a first-class campground. My experience has been very good. My husband and I joined as members recently. You have to register as a member or come with someone who is already a member in order to stay here, so maybe some of the negative reviewers tried to camp and weren't members. I do know that the staff takes the rules seriously. I completely support this. You don't have drunkenness or rowdiness; you get family people, and you can relax without any worries. What do I dislike about it? I wish there was more food available. I try to limit my cooking while I'm on vacation. If they had more nights where prep food was available, I would very much like that. We camped at Roaring Run Resort in a Campground Cabin.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $10.00
The advertised "teen center" does not exist, nor is it being worked on. The store isn't bad although somewhat under stocked. The pool is great and there are lots of hiking trails adjacent to the park. There is Wi-Fi available for a charge, and cable TV available, although it doesn't work well in every site. Be VERY, very careful to obey ALL the rules, even if they are not clear. "Adult" supervision is age 21, not 18, especially in the pool area. Also, do not speed, even if you see others get by with it. They will actually fine you here. Agree with earlier post: always pay cash, do NOT let them put it on your bill. Stay with your kids under 12 all the time or they'd better be the most perfect kids in the world. (Thank heavens mine are all grown and gone, they'd never have survived this park!) We camped at Roaring Run Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $10.00
Very nice park although sites are a little out of level. Did not have full hookups, just water and 30 amp, but that was OK for me. Plenty for kids to do, nice pool. Easy to visit falling waters and Ohiopyle from here. Restrooms and showers I would rate 7 of 10. We camped at Roaring Run Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $1.00
We stayed here through ROD, so no charge. This is an okay park, but we only stayed overnight. The roads are pretty rough, with large dips. They need to trim the trees. We could not get into the first site assigned to us, site 7. Unable to get satellite TV due to the trees. Verizon Mifi worked well. Dogs are allowed but there were restrictions on where they could be walked and we were warned about the waste patrol; not an issue for us as we pick up after our pets. Our site, 10, was flat, but the electric and water were on the wrong side of the motorhome. There is no sewer hook-ups; only 30 amp. No WiFi, no cable TV. Staff were friendly and helpful. Doubt that we will stay here again. We camped at Roaring Run Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $10.00
Not a bad park for a few days. Interior roads a little rough. 30 amp only, no Wi-Fi at site # 88. Biggest drawback, no sewer hookup. AT&T data and voice not real good. We stayed here under C2C so the $10 rate. We camped at Roaring Run Resort in a Motorhome.
Well maintained park, had nice big spaces with lots of trees. Was dissapointed that they did not have sewer. They have a honey wagon, but they wanted $12 and that seemed high. They have activities on the weekend. Nice area, great golf nearby. We camped at Roaring Run Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $10.00
This is a very nice membership park. We stayed here using our ROD membership. The roads in the park need some work due to the recent rains. There are no sewer hookups but they do have a dump station and honey wagon service. Wi-Fi is now available in the Cedar Lodge. Staff is very friendly and helpful. We will definitely stay here again. We camped at Roaring Run Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Roads are rutted, but useable. Some sites are up steep roads, making them difficult for some vehicles to park their trailers. Mini-golf is great, much more entertaining than you'd expect. The pool was pretty cold, even in summer. They have games and movies available and a book swap which was well stocked. For the most part: camp personnel are helpful and nice, but never, ever tell them to "put it on your bill." Pay for it, right then. From what I've observed first hand and also been told by several other campers, accounting seems to be a bit of a problem, although not in favor of the camper. We camped at Roaring Run Resort in a Motorhome.
This is a membership campground that we were able to stay at with our RPI membership. Located less than 5 miles off the Pennsylvania Turnpike in the Laurel Highlands area of Pennsylvania, this is a very nice campground. Interior roads are gravel and rather rough after the seasons rains. Sites are all back ins and gravel. They are mostly level. Sites offer 30 amp, water and cable hookups. There is a dump station on the way out of the park. The entire area is heavily treed but we managed to get satellite reception with our free standing dish. Our Verizon air card also worked well here. Pittsburgh is less than an hour away and there are several state and National parks in close proximity. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Roaring Run Resort in a Motorhome.