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Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
Very nice campground behind a large pool open to the public. Stayed 4 days. Back in sites, with plenty of room. The entrance road has a significant dip down then up a steep entry hill to the campground. The road is scared with drag marks. Clean restrooms, washer/dryer worked good, quiet, clean, great views, dog friendly. Only met one employee when we checked in. She was also the pool attendant - professional and helpful. All inquiry calls were answered promptly. Road in is paved, sites are gravel, and security gate separates campers from swimmers. We did not use the pool, no idea if it is included. We were on the lake side so our roof mounted satellite found a signal with no problem (DirecTV); Sprint cell and Mi-Fi worked fine. too. The road in has a significant dip, then hill up into the campground, Once you pull into the driveway you are committed. Not sure I would agree with the "big rig friendly" designation because of the entry road. That dip could be expensive. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $40.00
We stayed one night en route home from a lengthy trip. The RV section is small, but the sites are more than adequate and have full services. The small lake is very picturesque. Unfortunately, cable was out, but we were able to pick-up a number of over-the-air stations. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $40.00
Very nice and friendly managers. Campground is up the hill from the huge swimming pool that is open to the public during summer months. We are backed up to a real nice lake. Free Wi-Fi at your site. Gravel site with grass on the picnic table and BBQ pit side. Very quiet. We stayed here for 2 nights. Would stay here again. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $43.00
Newly paved entrance road. Gravel interior road and sites. Early in season, pool not opened. Utilities are good. Only two washers and dryers that are showing their age. Overall this campground has aged well. Owners take pride and it shows. Upper level for local Marcellus shale workers. Stayed here while visiting family in Pittsburgh. Would stay again. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $40.00
Very nice and friendly managers. Campground is up the hill from the huge swimming pool that is open to the public. No shade trees, looks like they are very young so in a couple years they will be big enough to shade the area. We are backed up to a pond that has a release policy, but our neighbor caught 4 catfish last night, biggest one being 42 inches. Free Wi-Fi at your site. Gravel site with grass on the picnic table and BBQ pit side. Very quiet. We stayed here for 2 nights. Would stay here again, pool is fantastic. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $36.00
Very nice park. Electric voltage was low down to 105 volts. Fairly new campground with plenty of space for large RVs. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $38.00
Stopped here two years ago and liked the place. Returned this year and was not disappointed. The campground has aged gracefully. The large pool is a bonus for children and grandkids. Owners aim to please and are readily available. Only drawback was the failure to get on the Internet from our site. Also a complaint of our neighbor. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $50.00
This place looks great on the surface, but we had non-stop problems. Don't make the mistake of using a computerized map service to get here-the street address routed us to a narrow residential cul-de-sac. If Lat and Long were given on the campground's website, this wouldn't happen. See previous reviews-we're not alone. We were assigned to an occupied site, and when we called to ask what to do, we got voicemail. Normally no big deal, but the parking lot is jammed full of pool customers and it's a long walk from the campground to the office. But the real problem here, and the reason we won't return is the erratic electrical current that caused our surge suppressor to stop our air conditioner from running. Read the older reviews--this is not a new problem here, and no solution was offered. More issues here, but these are the main ones. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $45.00
Due to the poor electrical service at this park, I can unfortunately not recommend it. During the heat of a weekday, when the park was not full, our voltage was 104.5 V with ONLY the air conditioner running on low. The fridge and water heater had to be run on gas. Even when the sun went down, the voltage was less than 109 V with the fridge and air conditioning. We also tried the 50 Amp plug with no improvement. Voltage did get better at night, but not enough to run the water heater. There is really no point in commenting on the nice amenities, like the pool, since the utilities are of most importance to us when choosing a park. This is one of the few times that the previous reviews have lead us astray- though we realize most folks probably don't monitor voltage so closely. Also, expect to be nickel-and-dimed for kids and pets. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $32.00
Overall a pleasant park. Large water park at the entrance with the RV park above. The RV park isn't that large with the sites across from each other. All gravel and semi leveled (our front drivers side wheel is about 4" off the ground). There is a small lake adjacent to the sites with a small fountain. Very little tree coverage...look to be mostly young trees. The laundry faculties (2 washers and 2 dryers) are clean and work fine. The bathhouse is large and clean with a couple of showers and a few toilets for both sexes. The wireless connection is excellent and cable is good. The downside, the pool is packed 7 days a week, the picnic area on the day we arrived had an obnoxiously loud party going on so you could hear hip-hop blaring throughout the park with management doing nothing about it. Also, this place seems mostly interested in catering only to those with children. We wanted to extend our stay but were told they were booked with "families" and are trying to keep the "resort" open for the locals with "children". I did notice a lot of travelers staying only one night. Amenities like grocery stores and gas stations are a 2 mile drive away in Bentleyville. We wont be staying here again as it is a bit out of the way from anything and the owners are a bit discriminating against anyone that doesn't have children. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2010 - $30.00
We stayed here as an overnight layover. It was the halfway point on our trip to Washington DC. The grounds were excellent, the gravel pads were pretty close to level, did not require raising either side. This is a newer addition to the true business which is the pool and water play area. Since it is new, the trees are very young and provide no shade, but will with age. They are placed rather strangely though as once they get bigger I wonder about the bigger/longer trailers being able to navigate the site. Our rate was only $30/night as the pool was not open until the 29th of May when the price does go up to $45, I believe. That does include full access to the water park though, which for 4 people is a steal in our opinion. The sites were plenty deep and wide enough. We noted several really long 5th wheel Toy Haulers that fit comfortably in the spot with room for the tow vehicle to boot. It was hectic when we were here as the grounds crew were working feverishly to get everything ready for their opening on the 29th. Even though they were all "nose to the grindstone" they all waved and were very pleasant. Bathrooms were clean and adequate sized for the number of lots available. It does look like there is room for 2 more at the end of the rows if they need to squeeze an extra in. We are seriously considering stopping back in for the night on our way back home next week. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $35.00
Newer, small CG. There is only one street, with mostly seasonals on one side. Seasonal s are friendly. In fact, everywhere we went to local towns, everyone was incredibly friendly. The large pool kept my daughter occupied, otherwise there were no activities. Large playground on the other side of the pool. The pool was dated, but decent. Maintenance drives through the CG several times a day, collecting trash, which you leave at the front of your site. There is no camp store, only the pool office, so once its closed, you are on your own. Sites are large and grassy. We would return. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $30.00
This is a good park for a stop over or for just relaxing. It isn't large but is nice. The sites are fairly level and not to close together. It is next to a water park but up the hill and far enough away that noise shouldn't be a problem. The water park was closed when we were there so we are guessing about the noise. There isn't much else there so it would be a tough if you needed entertainment for the children. We would stay again on a short stay. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $34.00
Gravel road and sites that are level in this campground. Each back-in site is roomy, with ample grass space between sites. It has cable selections, and was good for satellite. The RV sites are removed from the beach club (up a hill) and relatively new. A good job in planning these 38 sites in a small area. Wi-Fi only available near the beach club office. Beach club is older, but well-maintained, with water slides. Good for the kids. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $40.00
The sites here were fairly level. They have a large pool that is open to the public. There is no shade. Do not follow the GPS directions into this campground. Go past the pool and turn in. We camped at Pine Cove Beach Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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