21 RV Parks near Greentown, Pennsylvania
Apr 2017 - $35.00
Promised Land State Park, Greenfield, PA This state park is located about 5 miles south of route 84 east of Scranton. There are about 8 sites of the Pickerel Point section of the park open in the winter with electric hookups. This park is huge with different sections on the lake. We have stayed here two times before but not in the Pickerel Point section. This is a no smoking campground of the park and it had full hookups, walk in sites, tent sites, electric sites and cabins with a small beach at the end of the inlet. There are two bathhouses and a third one with showers. Very clean and showers were hot. Most of the sites look out to either the west or east parts of the lake. Some of the walk in tent sites are right down on the water. We stayed there for one night on April 1. It was 32 degrees with piles of snow from a previous storm still there. Ice was still on the lake but starting to break up. It was cold but we would return to this section of this state park. Follow the directions from the park not your GPS directions. - gsnakehill
Oct 2016 - $32.00
We stayed here the 3rd weekend of October. The spot was a perfect choice. For someone needing a large pull thru this was the best choice. It was easy to get in and out even with a 39' 5th wheel. Power was reliable and no issues with pedestal. It is far from the public showers and bathrooms but that was never a concern for me. The spot had a nice large table and a clean fire ring. Water was easy to obtain at the ranger office prior to driving to the campground. The park is beautiful with a lot of hiking trails. - SmoothSilver
Aug 2016 - $40.00
We stayed 4 nights here but actually stayed in 3 different sites in the Pickerel Point loop. When we first arrived, we looked at the campsite we had booked (#112, electric only for $22 per night) and noticed it was extremely un-level. We went to the office and were able to switch to #107. That site was much more level and we liked it, but we had some neighbors that we weren't crazy about. We checked the campground's availability and saw that, if we were willing to move, we could get a full hook up site. So, the second and third nights, we stayed in FHU site #136. This site backed up right to the lake and was really beautiful and spacious. However, it was very unlevel. We had to use every one of our leveling jacks to get level. The last night, we moved to space FHU Site #133. This was even MORE un-level. We tried everything we could and were still seriously sloped.
The sites themselves are really nice and have a decent amount of separation and privacy. The lake is beautiful, the hiking trails in the park are well marked, the roads are great, the rangers were friendly and helpful. I just wish they would level all of the sites. It's probably not a big deal for a smaller rig, but for big motorhomes, it can be a real issue. - LGRV
May 2005 - $30.00
This is a very small campground taken over by a new owner with ambitious plans. He also recently purchased waterfront property (Lake Mocatek) to expand the 45 sites to 100+. The very friendly owner greeted us as we entered the campground and told us to drive around and pick an open site. He very patiently and with humor put up with me changing my mind not once but several times, even after I had him cut down a limb in a site that we ended up not using. All this before we even settled the bill. The campground was friendly and it was quiet. During this Memorial Weekend, we saw the owner working hard on several different projects. We used this campground as a base to visit a relative and we noted other campers using it as a base as they used the local recreational facilities (Lake Wallenpaupack). There were also seasonal campers here. We look forward to returning to this campground to witness its growth and changes and we wish the owner success in this endeavor. - Tulirose
Sep 2016 - $42.00
This was stop 19 for us and 3 other rigs that have been on the road touring the New England area since July 6th. The women at the office and the owners were very friendly and helpful. The new swimming pool is unbelievable. It is by far the nicest pool we have seen during this trip. The seasonal sites were well kept. Our site, 22, was next to 2 of the seasonal sites. (I will try to post photos.) We had a large site with grass and was at least 60' long. The laundry was spotless and all the machines looked new. The owners honored their commitment to put the 4 of us together. A few of the other parks we have stopped at did not, even though the reservations were made last year. Clayton Park now accepts credit cards and does not add a surcharge.
The last park we were at charged 5% extra if you used a credit card. We have run into other RV Parks on this trip that only take cash or check. This may be more prevalent in this part of the country than elsewhere. This park is out in the country, thus cell service is week, wifi is slow, and there is no cable TV. The sites we were in had no problem getting satellite service and you can receive several stations off the air. The restrooms were spotless and each site in our area had a picnic table and fire ring. - johnwadams
Sep 2016 - $46.00
This was our second visit here, and enjoyed it more than our first. We had a beautiful shady site. Both visits, the owners and staff were very nice and helpful. We're looking forward to returning. It's a beautiful campground, well maintained, and a new pool in the works. - Laura Oostdyk
Jul 2016 - $43.00
We had a nice, long pull-thru site, but only part of it was level. We had a little bit of difficulty getting everything set just right, but it did work. Women's restroom was great. Men's had two urinals and two stalls, but neither of the stalls had doors. The main door did have a lock, but that is the only way to "sit" with privacy which, obviously, locks everyone else out. Both bathrooms were very clean. Showers were awkward too, with one door opening to two showers, with very little privacy. The campground was fairly quiet and clean. All staff members were very nice and helpful. - wanderfilledlife
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This was Labor Day. The roads were a war zone. The electric was 30 amps. The water was in a Boil Advisory. The pool was heavily chlorinated and the "beach" was closed and had been for years as we found out. The staff was arrogant and belligerent. The internal newsletter was filled with "don't" do items. For this, residents pay $3,000 a year in fees and taxes plus could not use the land they own more than 1/2 year, as we were told. We have felt more welcome in WalMart lots. It is cheaper to be a guest but why would you want to? - _LongTermCamper
May 2015 - $25.00
We couldn't wait to get out of here. The rest rooms were old, smelly and had slippery floors. I slipped and fell in one. "Rustic" would be an improvement. Outhouse is more accurate. The roads were pot whole riddled dirty. The staff was arrogant and downright nasty to us and to owners in the campground. The security left of with the feeling we were inmates. - _LongTermCamper
Oct 2010 - $10.00
This is a very large campground with many seasonal campers that need some care. The interior gravel roads are poor with many pot holes. The electric was good, but the water was on a boil advisory. The few sites for the traveling persons are very wooded and hard to back into, too many trees and roads very narrow. There is no over the air TV, no cable TV, and satellite is difficult to set up. We would not camp here again. - corky506
May 2017 - $31.00
Campground: Road access off I-380 can be tricky on most direct route, as there is one bad, tight, dipped turn in the small town that big rigs should avoid. My RV GPS did correctly route us around that. Stayed here in the pet loop in a 33-foot long fifth wheel. Not too many pet sites in park. Had a 50A only site. Campground road is paved. Crushed stone sites, fairly level, with good spacing between sites and scattered mature trees. Watch out for dead branches though. Sites had picnic table and fire ring. Water availability is a real drawback. One place to fill up tanks at dump station on entry road to campground, and I can see it getting very congested and backed-up there in prime season, same for using the dump station on way out. (Was a cold rainy week in early may for us, so we had no issues.) In campground proper, water availability even worse, with only places being at restroom building and at stand practically in the camp hosts site. Very long walk for those on ends of loops. Bathrooms were clean, with good hot water and showers. Had laundry machines there, but we did not use them, so no idea if they are working and maintained. Looked new though. I might stay here again in off season, but not in prime season. Park: Loop trail around lake very nice, can be hiked or biked. Decent size lake for kayaking or canoeing, and of course fishing. - We Roamed and Rambled
Sep 2016 - $26.00
Nice family style wooded resort type park. Friendly staff.
Issues: asked for a level site and was assured I got one-slanted significantly to the passenger side. Laundry machines were old but servicable--the laundry room was very dusty and had not been cleaned regularly. Bath and showers were clean from eyes down, but exposed plumbing was gritty and had spider webs everywhere.
Would I stay here again? At $26.00, yes, but would look around. - Sir_Charles395
Jun 2016 - $51.00
We had site 71 which was a pull through, full hook up. Our neighbor at Site 70 (a back in site) blocked our access to our site and politely moved his truck to that we could pull in. However, it is the way the sites are laid out that caused the problem. Our site was mostly level, hook ups were with in reach. It is a very quiet, small campground. The pool is small, there is a playground, basketball hoop, and arcade, but no planned activities for kids. Campground has gravel roads, one bathhouse and laundry room with 3 washers, 2 dryers. Clean facilities, small camp store. It rained while we were here and our campsite had good drainage. I did not see standing water anywhere. If you are looking for a peaceful campground this one is for you. I would prefer activities for our 3 kids, so based on that I would not camp here again, though we loved our site, it faced the forest and there was not a lot of traffic going through the park. As others have mentioned the roads through the campground are tight. We camped here the last week in June. - shar1435
Oct 2015 - $49.00
Had a great time very friendly camp ground was very clean and big sites.Can't wait for next season for a longer stay. - Bill Felix
Jul 2016 - $55.00
Clean campground with friendly staff, well stocked camp store, lots of activities for kids. Huge lake with a small beach. Bring your glove for evening softball games. We were unable to get an AT&T cell signal in H loop and had difficulty connecting to wifi in that area. Able to easily connect to wifi in other areas of campground. Security rounds frequently. Quiet dogs are welcome per literature, however they need to be more mindful & address problem pets. Would recommend and camp here again. - JStrohec
May 2016 - $50.00
My family and I absolutely love this campground. The sites are well maintained, and there is plenty to do. From bingo to the kickball tournament, our kids are entertained the entire time. This campground is perfect for bike riding, as the inroads are paved. I highly recommend this campground. - Jessieh289
May 2016 - $50.00
As always, a very enjoyable trip. Road to the campground can be adventoureous, but take your time and its no problem. Probably the best campground wifi I've ever seen, and it's free. Lots of activities and the store has all the basics and more. Excellent bike riding. We have kayaks now, so we can't wait till our next trip there. - Mike Jh
Sep 2016 - $45.00
We stayed here for 4 days in site HH20 which was very level. It's a great end unit facing the woods. Deer came out one night to eat. The entire stay the CG was so quiet and relaxing! The camp store is nicely stocked and fairly priced. Everyone was so nice and we met several very nice seasonals. Mount Airy casino is about 3 miles away and Mohegan Sun is only about 30 miles away. We went to both and they were nice as well. We had 80 cable channels and wifi was fine. AT&T service was not an issue.
I have nothing negative to say, we will definitely be back again next year. The owners live on site and will take no crap from unruly people which is nice to know!
This is important! When you get to the town of Mount Pocono and the weird intersection make sure you are in the MIDDLE lane. There are three lanes , two left turn lanes and one right turn lane. You must be in the middle lane! You'll see what I'm talking about when you come up to that intersection.
Enjoy your stay and remember "It beats staying home" - grs34
Jul 2016 - $42.00
Road is a little dusty coming in but the CG is very pleasant and well maintained. Owners on hand are very nice and helpful. Most units are permanent but very well maintained like second homes. We had a level, gravel site, HH26. Room between sites is ample. Electric service and water good. Picnic table and nice fire pit. Nice pool, play area, fitness center, ping pong , volleyball and badminton available. Great wifi. We came in to spend one nite but stayed for 4. Would definitely stay again. - Team Asphalt
Jun 2016 - $49.00
This is a nice family campground with plenty of kid-friendly activities. The whole park is on a hill, and the part we camped at was tiered, with a small fence and landscaping between our neighbor & us. Hookups were very good & convenient. Cable TV was extensive and WIFI worked well. Nice picnic table and firepit are at each site. Drive very slowly as all the roads are fairly steep. There are some permanents & long-term, but the park is well-kept. They checked on us after we arrived at our site to be sure everything was good. We liked it here, but it was a little pricey. We would come back. - R&S
Sep 2015 - $49.00
This is a mostly seasonal CG in a beautiful setting. The sites for travelers are a bit odd; ours was called a pull-through but it was really a pull-in since there was no way we could have continued to drive through. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Our biggest issue with the place is that the roads accessing it for the last mile or two are very narrow and have lots of overhanging trees. When leaving, I brushed a tree that knocked off my awning wind sensor which made this an expensive overnight stop. There aren't many CGs in this part of PA along the I-84 route but this is not exactly what you'd call easy on/easy off for an overnight stay. If you do stay here, definitely call for directions. Your GPS may put you on roads that are unsuitable for your RV. Coming from the north-west on US6 is definitely an easier way to get here than coming from the east and south on US6. - docj
Sep 2015 - $62.00
Mixed bag on this place. Way too expensive for an overnight or two. The lake (with good fishing) is beautiful and our lakeside campsite was stunning. But our 30-amp site was far from level. Bring quarters for the showers - 25 cents per 5 minutes. The clerk in office said the charge was "to keep people from wasting water." Lots of seasonal campers in nice rigs. We stayed on a Saturday night. A DJ played in the "barn" until 11 p.m., and it sounded like a car with a boom box was nearby - maybe fun for some guests, but for those looking for peace and quiet, annoying. This might be a wonderful place to spend a month or season and probably a great place to bring kids because the pool and the beach are super nice with water craft rentals, too. But for short stay without kids, not a good bang for the buck. - Charles3
Aug 2015 - $48.00
This is one of the best campgrounds around. It is family owned and geared toward family fun. They go out of their way to make your visit one you will remember. They have swimming, boating, fishing, games and fun for the whole family. It's a great place. - frank kattner