16 RV Parks near Kulpsville, Pennsylvania
We did however find 16 campgrounds within 25 miles of Kulpsville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Kulpsville in the left hand column.
Oct 2016 - $45.00
Family owned and operated. Located in the great small town of Ottsville Pa. Great hiking trail along Beaver Valley Creek at the back of campground. Plenty of activities for kids to do in the rec hall. - scottrig09
Aug 2015 - $42.00
This park is mostly for seasonal campers. They do have one loop of daily sites available. The sites are mostly level, but getting into them could be quite tricky. Some are only tent friendly. The roads are narrow and not at all big rig friendly in the daily loop. They do have a nice field option that would be for great big rigs.
The bathrooms are dated and the showers were okay. The camp store is packed and the arcade will keep the little guys busy for a little while on a rainy day. The pool is this parks crown jewel. It has a couple of fantastic water slides. It is very well kept.
The Wi-Fi is only available by the office, not throughout the campground. You also need to get the password from the store. It did work, but only if there was not a lot of people using it. It would slow to a crawl. The campground has a gate so you will need to get the card at registration. A/C is a $3.oo add on. - 4njcampers
Aug 2012 - $36.00
We stayed at a corner site that was level, and nice size. It had a good amount of privacy with densely wooded areas on all sides (view at back of site through sparse vegetation: well maintained seasonal site and transient tent/pop-up sites, to the left through thicker vegetation; transient site), directly in front of site playground and rally field. Site was fine stone, campground roads/walking paths rocky terrain (watch out for random ankle breaker sized rocks). Site was nicely wooded with large mature trees that offered shade throughout the day. Nice pool with clean bathrooms and hot showers just a short walk away. Good high efficiency washer and dryer. Mostly seasonals here. No Wi-Fi or Sewer, pump-out service Mondays and Fridays, $3 extra per day for air conditioner and a few extra random charges. No recycling containers-carry out cans/bottles/paper. Staff were somewhat helpful. Seasonal sites hit or miss-a lot of older/ weathered RVs.. Be sure to follow campsite directions, roads in the area are very curvy and narrow. Close drive to nice state parks. - ryjackopher
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Nice campground, good location, nice grounds. Was crowded when I was there. Pool area looked really, really busy (did not go in). Overall, a good choice in Bucks County area. - jmelaw
Jun 2016 - $53.00
Very accommodating for late arrival. Very noisy and active at 11 PM on a Saturday night - people (teens, children, adults) walking all over the park - no curfew? The site was not level, the water source is a bunch of hoses laying all around on the ground from one site to another with taps available here and there. The pool(s) were nice - large heated pool, two kiddie pools with sprinklers and water buckets; whirlpool not very warm and not very bubbly. Lots of trees and rocks. A nice covered bridge walkway from store to lakefront, then to pool area. Mini-golf course is a hazard yet they still charge for use: broken and sagging boards, rusty nails sticking out, uneven ground and play areas. Not impressed. - Forrest Woods
Aug 2015 - $49.00
A heavily wooded campground about 60 miles north of Philadelphia, close to the Delaware River and other northern Bucks County attractions. Difficult to find; watch out for narrow roads - plan ahead. Arrived late on a Friday night; "David" thankfully escorted us to the site, which was wide, clean and flat with stones. Permanent sites are separated from transients. Most permanents in good shape. An active campground with organized games throughout Saturday for children and teens. Camp store is well-stocked, with an indoor game area. Large lake for fishing and two pools with water play-features. A high cost for only water and electric - knocked down my rating. Charges $7.50 per adult guest. One dumping station means you'll be lining up to get out on Sunday. Be sure to leave an extra hour. Trash is picked up on site (didn't learn that until we drove around looking for a Dumpster). There's a honeywagon too, but the service isn't available on weekends, or wasn't well advertised. We have friends in the area and will likely visit again. - Lancaster Camper
Sep 2017 - $89.00
A loading dock parking area with power, water and dump station. First choice for seeing the city. All asphalt, so no dust and dirt. - AvalonDF41
Jul 2017 - $56.00
First, have your expectations set appropriately before you arrive: this is a parking lot in an industrial area of the city. The purpose of staying here is to be close to the attractions in downtown Philly. It fulfills that purpose just fine. Security is very good. They do have wi-fi but it only works closer to the office (towards the front where you come in) and we were parked at the far end. The guy who runs the place is super friendly as are the shuttle drivers. One thing to be aware of: the hookups will all be at the very rear of your trailer, so plan your hoses and cords accordingly. We stayed 2 nights in site #25-26 with E/W. We would stay here again if we were wanting to see downtown Philly. - texasAUtiger
Jul 2017 - $40.00
It is a urban parking lot so expect no trees and some noise. the shuttle service into Philly and electricity is what attracted here. The power went out on day one, we were told that the breakers are inside the building (owned by the department of homeland security) and they were having trouble contacting some one to come out and turn it back on. After running the generator for 5 hours, still no word on when the power would be turned on, we scrubbed our trip and headed home. - GraySeal
Sep 2017 - $49.00
This is a very nice campground. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Upon booking I was told that I should make sure that I had at least 50 feet of fresh water hose because the hook up was a good distance from the campsite where we were booked. Upon arrival at the campground we checked and was then escorted to our campsite. It was after sunset so that was greatly appreciated. I don't think I would have found my campsite without the help. The staff also brought up a 50 foot fresh water hose and it's a good thing too as my two 25 foot hoses together would have been three feet short. the campsite itself was pretty deep and very wide. One of the nice things about their website is if you click on the campsite it will show you the actual campsite, usually several pictures. My campsite was all gravel, the size of the gravel was on the smaller size. The campsite was no very level from side to side, it was a challenge leveling. There were many seasonals there, but they were well maintained. The store was not well stocked but that might be because it was approaching the end of the season. The campground was very wooded so the campground name fits. Water pressure seemed a bit low. Electricity worked fine, no apparent line sags. The last thing is the interior roads were very tight, trees close to the road edge making traversing them a little difficult. There were also several rocks near the edge of the roadways. - Tim W
May 2017 - $24.00
The electric and sewer hook ups were centrally located. the water was located between sites, so one person used about 10' of hose while the other needed at least 45'. The sites were level. the water pressure was very low (28#'s). This is an older park with a lot of overhanging branches and very tight turns for larger rigs. - Al and Anne-Marie
Aug 2015 - $48.00
This is my second weekend stay here and I will be back. I took advantage of the new "virtual full hook-up" and it worked well. I was able to use a site that did not have sewer, which expanded my possibilities. They do not have a lot of sites with sewer hook-ups, I imagine because the place is built on rock. They come around daily to take gray water and on Sunday to empty both gray and black tanks. This went off without a hitch.
The campground is in the woods. The sites were decent size and gravel. Hook-ups were well-placed. There is no WiFi, but I had no trouble using 3G, and in fact is was as quick as the WiFi in my house for my usual Internet surfing. The site and campground in general were quite clean. It is fairly quiet and relaxing.
The only con was the shower, which is very low flow and makes showering quite lengthy and unenjoyable. Attention campgrounds! It takes a certain amount of water to rinse. You can low flow it or you can low pressure it, you can have faucets that constantly need to be turned back on throughout the shower, but it's still going to take the same amount of water to rinse my hair!!!
I will be returning here. - Driver25
Aug 2016 - $44.00
Very clean and well maintained park. Lots of seasonals, but everyone was very friendly. Store is smaller, but stocked nicely. Pool looks brand new. Is on the smaller side, but was comfortably warm and clean. Small baby pool with a fountain also. Daily activities geared for families and kids, we did not take part in. Good place to just hang out and relax. Our site was across from the playground which had a light that was on all night. That was annoying but understandable. I would recommend a site further down from R-4 if you have a choice. - gandb26
Aug 2015 - $28.00
Stayed for a month. Restrooms are clean during the week but get trashed during the weekends when the campground fills up and there is only one restroom (mens and womens has 3 toilet stalls and 2 showers each) in the whole place. Owner and staff nice. No sewer hookups, honey dipper service was weekly and additional $. Seasonal people were very nice and friendly and welcoming, they have events for kids every weekend. Pool was nice, got crowded with people and their oversized toys sometimes. No lifeguard. Cute baby pool. Wi-Fi in clubhouse worked well. Location is great and we would stay again. - sbrigga315
Aug 2014 - $42.00
Good for families who want playground and pool and events; pricey and a bit too much activity for full-timers who just want a nice, quiet campsite away from it all. Approach from south, not north, as roads wind and are difficult from north. Restrooms clean enough, but dated. With lots of seasonals and local families with kids staying here, it was not one of our favorite campgrounds. That said, if you want to be in this area, which we did, this will do just fine - just expect a lot of activity in the summertime. - Jolly Out There
Apr 2018 - $43.00
Off-season stay, so no attendant at checkin booth. Reservations made online. Detached toad so we could drive through park to find our site before moving our coach. Roads are tight coming in to park, but manageable. Site was smaller than expected, but fairly easy to level. 50 amp and sewer worked fine, water pressure a little low. Ranger arrived shortly after we got in, very courteous, explained a few rules and was gone. Loop C was very quiet, but that probably changes when full season hits. Large trees in this loop make site selection critical if you want satellite reception. Ours (#1) was fine. Did not utilize other park amenities this trip. Overall, French Creek met our needs for the visit we were on. - Movgfwd
Jul 2017 - $23.00
The only full hook up sites are in Loop C. This is the only loop that allows pets. Only a few our 43 footer could fit on, and barely at that. Trees need to be trimmed on roads. Nice pool, clean lake some activities. - cincychic
Jun 2016 - $43.00
Stayed in C loop. Large roomy site, shaded but still got satellite signal. Camp hosts were very friendly, nice quiet place. Road into the park is a little tight, but not that bad. Would definitely camp here again! - bgg