Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $24.00
Still well-kept. Park lists 35-foot max but most sites will handle 40+. Might have to park tow/towed in guest parking area. Angled access and roadside posts make some sites difficult to enter. Paved roads allow easy access to any size vehicle. We camped at Bald Eagle State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful park to visit if you love nature or being on the water. Saw a great variety of wildlife there as they have bald eagles and many birds that come to this unique geographical location during migration. Highly recommend visiting this gem. We camped at Bald Eagle State Park in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for an over night stop. CG was not crowded and self-service since we arrived after the office closed. The rate is non-resident senior. Site was good, and the bath house OK. We drove around the park and it seemed like a nice place to camp. We would return for another camping experience. We camped at Bald Eagle State Park in a Tent Trailer.
This is a well built and maintained campground with lots of facilities for entertainment and recreation. The hiking trails are nice and can be used by bicycles. The office staff was friendly and helpful. The dump station was spacious and clean. Our only complaints are the restrooms were so-so as their upkeep wasn't what it could be--floors were wet--and there is no Wi-Fi or full hookups. Cell phone service was good so we could use it for a hotspot. Rate reflects senior discount. We camped at Bald Eagle State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $32.00
This is the second time that we have stayed in this state park. The first time was a number of years back when it was very busy. We liked the park then, although we had to leave early because of a state budget issue. Now off-season, we love this park. I think this may be the first, or almost the first, time a gave a park a 10 rating. The park is very easy to get to on very good roads. As noted, the staff is very friendly and efficient. Although our campground host might have been having a bit of an off day. The park is very well maintained with level sites. Although the paved part of the sites are a bit narrow. It is very quiet and wonderfully dark at night. We love that. I should point out that I am referring to the "modern" campground with electrical hook-ups and not the primitive sites on the other side of the lake. There are hiking trails and the park is great for bike riding. Of course in the summer there are all of the lake activities. If you are birders you will like the park as it is promoting its birding activities with on-site kiosks for e-bird. The park also has a nice new, small lodge that is very attractive. We were able to find a site with good satellite reception and our Verizon phone and Internet card worked well. We would definitely return to this park. It would be great to spend a week or so, or even longer, at this wonderful state park. Well done Pennsylvania! We camped at Bald Eagle State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2009 - $32.00
This campground was very scenic. The sites were open, spacious and grassy with a few trees scattered about. The views from the sites were beautiful with meadows and rolling hills as a backdrop. They had a lake for fishing, hiking trails and paved roads for bike riding. I did see two sites that were wooded and private if you enjoy total privacy. We enjoyed this campground because it was quiet and peaceful. The campground was clean and well taken care of. We camped at Bald Eagle State Park in a Motorhome.