Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $28.00
Stayed in the Point Loop nearest shower house. Very nice level sites carved into the hilly loop! Best view sites are near the bottom of the loop where you can park your boat or wade right out into the water. Our site was a hundred feet above the water. If you are not a mountain biker leave it at home. Great hiking trails with special textured paths. (Soft). Boating is the main activity here. Fall foliage must be awesome! Compared to Deep Creek lake this one is mostly state park land instead of private boat docks lining the lake. We camped at Seven Points Campground in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
If you arrive at night, once on Seven Points road get some speed up because first thing you do is go up over a mountain. Then another hill. It will test your rig's hp and torque.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $27.00
We have camped here 3 years in a row in August. Everyone we've dealt with is friendly and helpful. We have always been in the Ridge camp, further from the lake but closer to the Allegrippis trails which is why we selected it. The beach is great, bathhouses at the beach and campground loop are clean for the most part. Avoid sites 7 and 30-43 with a big rig. That spur is one lane and very tight. The rest of the loop is no problem at 60' combined length. Most sites in this loop are partial to full shade, and have plenty of room with level pads. We'll likely not make it this year but will be back. I wish there were more Army Corps campgrounds nearby! We camped at Seven Points Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
$13.50 per night (regularly $27 per night before Golden Age Passport discount) was for a level compacted gravel/dirt site boarded by timbers. We did have 50-amp electric service and there was water available a few sites away. The generous surrounding area was grass/dirt with a wooden picnic table, fire ring, and a large level compacted dirt/gravel area. The facility as a whole is well maintained and very attractive. All employees we encountered were friendly and helpful. The perimeter of the Point campground has been left to return to nature so there were many trees (which provide shade for most of the day), plants, and abundant wildlife. There are miles of well done/maintained hiking/biking trails. Boating/fishing is a main activity on the beautiful lake. The night sky is very dark so the stars are brilliant when they peek through the treetops. This campground is located about 12 miles from Huntingdon, which has all the amenities. AT&T service was three bars of 4G LTE and Verizon service was five bars of 4G LTE. We received four over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations. We camped at Seven Points Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $30.00
One of my favorites, we really like this campground. Campground is right on a huge lake, Lake Raystown, very deep, wide and long. I have seen 50 foot house boats down to kayaks and canoes on it. We took our jetski there every chance we could. The campground is well kept, lots of trails, bike and hiking, lots to do and see. Pads are level, some closer than others, with electric, picnic table and fire ring on each site. We camped at Seven Points Campground in a Tent Trailer.
We originally had reserved a site for 2 nights. We enjoyed the area so much we decided to get an unreservable site for 2 more nights, meaning we had to move off our reservable site, since someone needed it Sunday night. We got a site closer to the water. Campground area - Senoia - is a little tight in places, while Point is a little more spacious. While we don't really take advantage of the water sports and resources, we loved the area. We will be back. We camped at Seven Points Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This is a clean campground with level sites and paved roads. The lake is very nice. However, there is not a lot of activities, other than swimming. Boat rentals are pricey, and the campground is very hilly, making it all but impossible for my kids to ride their bikes or play ball. I don't think we will return here. We camped at Seven Points Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful area, gorgeous views. Good place for boaters or fishermen. Only electric hookups, but most sites are modern and spacious. Most campground sections are hilly...especially Point and Senioa, but then they have water views. Valley has a bay a short walking distance across the road to pull your boat up to shore overnight. Past Valley and Point Camp entrances, the road is one way, so you have to go all the way around to go anywhere. Huntingdon is a short drive if you need gas or groceries. A huge camp store is near the entrance to the campground. It is on a large deep, busy lake with about 30 miles of running room. Water skiing and tubing are popular. Two marinas on the lake have restaurants you can pull up and go to. They also have gas available at the docks at the marinas. Nice well maintained campground. We camped at Seven Points Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here over the Memorial Day holiday. The facilities were clean, the campgrounds nicely spaced, and the sites were spacious. We had electric hookup at our site. The kids had a great time riding their bikes and scooters on the paved roads. There was a new bathhouse on our loop, but it did not have a shower. All of the other bathhouses did, though. As with most federal parks, there were no water or sewer hookups available. This is an older campground but in great shape. We took a boat tour around the lake. You can also swim, fish, and water ski. There is a beach area as well. This is a fun place for families. We camped at Seven Points Campground in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $22.00
This was a real nice park in a beautiful area. We camped in the Senoia area which was nice and did have some sites on the water. We were to elevated to swim from our site. There were two bathrooms in our area, neither one was real impressive thus the ranking, with one being out of toilet paper on two occasions during our three night stay. The other bathroom was at the high point of the camping area, making the walk up the hill a little tough to say the least. Overall we really enjoyed our stay, the thought of going back with a boat or jet skis would be awesome. The Seven Points marina wanted $350 for a pontoon, which was about double the price a pontoon goes for on some other COE areas we've stayed at in the past. Plenty of stores in Huntingdon for supplies. We camped at Seven Points Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $22.00
This is an awesome laid back CG. We came here to go boating on the 28 mile Lake Raystown. The sites were nice sizes and very clean. The CG has electric at most RV sites and also allows you to have an RV and a Tent on each site. I would have gave a high rating but there is not water or sewer. They do have a fill station and dump station at the beginnig of the CG. There a lot of walking trails, beaches, free boat launch, free boat mooring, etc. We like it so much we are going back again this month. We camped at Seven Points Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2006 - $22.00
This campground is fantastic. We stayed on a lakeside site that was large with a beautiful view. The site we had was a pull-though, and given its configuration, just fit our 40 foot motorhome. The sites are tired with the picnic tables by the lake and the the campers on an upper tier. The park was well maintained. Activities included a number of nature trails, boating, fishing, and swimming. There was also a small museum in the park. We felt this was a jewel in Pennsylvania. The only reason we gave it a 9 verses 10 was the lack of hook-ups. It only has electric. We highly recommend staying here. We camped at Seven Points Campground in a Motorhome.