Nice campground that is very family friendly. Sites were mostly level and had good utilities and WIFI. Fantastic swimming pool and recreational facilities. Would stay here again if in the area. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Motorhome.
The road into this campground is steep with a few speed ditches. It is gravel/dirt, but if you go slow you should be OK. We did fine. The park is clean & nicely landscaped, hookups are good, staff is super friendly & helpful. Hookups are good, including cable. The free WiFi did drop us occasionally. There is plenty for kids to do with a heated pool, game room, and playground. Do take a look at your site as some are more level than others. There are some permanents but everything seems pretty well looked after. If the road in was paved we would give it a 9 and if they added paved roads too we would give it a 10. We liked the campground and would stay there again. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Don't be confused about the road to the park. You will go through a neighborhood. The road to the park has "speed dips" and can be a little rough. Owners seem to be trying very hard to keep the park looking good. Sites can be a little tight to get into with a large rig. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Motorhome.
This is a really nice campground. Scenic, clean, peaceful, and friendly, but if you are in a large coach the steep hills within this campground may be somewhat of an experience. We stayed here during several days of heavy rain and the steep hills with their gravel covering required us to use 4 wheel drive to negotiate getting out of our site and up to the exit. We really enjoyed our visit otherwise. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
There is a long downhill gravel entry road with four “speed-dips”. These are actually trenches cut across the road for water run off. Go slow and you will be okay. It did rain some while we were here, but not enough to cause an issue going up/downhill. But, it could possibly become a problem with heavy, long-lasting rains. The campground is very clean and well tended. The only complaint is that the gravel caused everything to be covered in dust. A lot of seasonals (a couple that could use a good washing) but all that we saw were very neat, no trash or plastic totes of stuff stacked outside. Since we were only here a few days, we were placed in the “transient” area. It is open for good satellite reception and has two rows of gravel covered, terraced, pull through sites, wide enough for slide outs and awnings. But, our 40 ft motorhome filled the site from end to end so we could not have stayed connected. Check your site out before you set up as some are more level than others. Nice playground and very clean, heated pool, horseshoe game area, lawn area with volleyball and badmiton nets, rec room with pool table, big screen TV and fitness area. There are more improvements being made daily. A deck is being built, gravel being replaced and re-graded, and landscape updating. The free Wi-Fi had a strong signal, it was adequate (not hi-speed) but we got kicked off about once an hour. Electric voltage was steady, water pressure sufficient and the 75 cable channels were clear. We were here during the week and it was very peaceful and quiet. Weekends might be different when the seasonal sites are more in use. We would return again. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $40.00
Sites are gravel and fairly level. Very nice at reception. Campground is run by a brother and sister and they are improving things every day. We didn't have shade, but there are trees at other sites. We thought the signage to find the campground could be better. Would have given it a "10" except for the steep, rutted entry drive. We would stay here again. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Motorhome.
Stayed in a Pop-Up on site C7, nice and shaded. Bathrooms were clean but very wet, I think due to the proximity to the pool and humidity, someone was always mopping them. Staff was friendly and helpful. Will stay here again. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $45.00
I would recommend this campground to others who may be visiting the Pocono area. There is a lot to do in the area, but the campground offers activities throughout the day for those who do not want to leave. If you are not into the activities you may want to check out their library, play a few games in the game room, or start your morning off with a workout in the fitness room. The equipment appears to be well maintained and fairly new (bike, row machine, treadmill, weight machine, etc). We stayed at the campground with a group of friends and all of us took notice of how well kept the grounds were, from landscaping to the bathrooms. The campground is focused on families (check the rules) and making sure you have a good time during your visit. Here is why I did not rate them a "10". 1. Our sites were pull thru ( a plus), but not level at all. We had to use three rows of levelers and we were still slightly off. 2. The sites are smaller than we have stayed at in the past. By the time we parked our 19 ft. camper, moved the bench, parked the truck and then found the fire ring- we felt like we were on top of everything with little room to move. Now to be honest, there are some sites that seemed to have more room to them. I also think if they removed the grass area from the sites and made it stone, you would feel as if the sites were bigger. 3. The campground could use more lights, especially for people coming in at night (7-9pm). The roads are kind of narrow and if it rains can be a challenge to manuver. Though I would suggest not keeping the lights on all night, as it would be a waste of money and people are sleeping. 4. Some of the sites are on a slope, therefore if it rains, they have come over in the morning and start to fill in the washed out areas. Great! Though I wonder if they could reduce the time spent on refilling the washed out areas and making sure the sites are level, if they would either black top or concrete the sites. 5.Campground has two fishing ponds, but you have to find them! We were unable to locate them. We found a nature trail, which may have been washed out with the recent rains. Though no pond was found. There is no doubt that I would stay here again, especially with how well they maintain everything at the campground. I would just look for a site that meets our needs better in the future. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $50.00
An excellent campground. As stated, the gravel roadways are narrow and steep. Not for inexperienced drivers. The campground is hidden at the end of the street. It is very clean, family friendly and well kept. The pull through sites are very nice with a picnic table and fire ring. They are fairly level although we needed several blocks to level out. The weekend we were there they had just been through severe thunderstorms and a lightning strike. The cable TV suffered from it but that is not the fault of the campground. Lots of recreation, history and entertainment in the area including the Mt. Airy Casino. This campground is one of my top picks. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $45.00
This is a great RV park and we will return for a longer stay next time. We just stayed one night and enjoyed the stay. The roads are narrow and steep and not for inexperienced RV drivers with trailers. A very clean and taken care of park. I want to return and spend more time on next trip here. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a real gem find. Very clean and well landscaped pull throughs with picnic tables and fire pits. spacious sites, beautiful large clean swimming pool, (heated), and hot tub, game room, exercise room with plenty of equipment, large library, ping pong, volley ball, pavilion, horse shoes, you name it they have it. Well stocked camp store and super friendly staff. Close to town with Wal-Mart and plenty of services. Very woodsy atmosphere but we did receive roof top satellite. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $40.00
This gem of a campground doesn't reveal itself right away as you drive through a small residential area that leads you to a dirt road through some woods. Then, you start to see RVs parked on wooded sites as you approach the office. It is when you walk up the stairs to the deck outside the office and look around that you realize how nice this place is. Many of the RVs you see are seasonal and that's a reflection on how well Debbie and Scott, the owners, run the place. We parked our travel trailer in the middle of a section of terraced, manicured sites separated by decorative split rail fences. Each site was a level pull-through featuring nice bushes or young trees and a small grassy area. Full hookups were readily accessible. Cable TV had a full lineup of channels. Free Wi-Fi at the site was strong and fast. The bathrooms and showers were spotless with plenty of free hot water. Very friendly owners, beautiful campsites (either wooded or open), terrific amenities - can't get much better than this. We'll definitely be returning! We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $33.00
In our search for the perfect weekend getaway campground we ended up here at Mt. Pocono Campground. This one is a 2 hour drive from our home which is within the distance we decided was acceptable for a Friday night through Sunday getaway. We arrived after dark on Friday night which wasn't the best of times driving a 37 foot motorhome and having reserved a wooded back-in site. Although the office was closed we soon noticed the owner was working her way over without us having to make a call. She was very pleasant and even offered us a pull through due to the darkness. I opted to stick with the plan. We stayed in site W3 which was a great lot and easy enough to back into. We were very happy with this site. The next day we walked the entire camp ground looking to see what was available. What we found on this very large campground was that about 90 percent were seasonal campers leaving only about 8 pull through sites available for transient campers with a few seasonal spots temporarily available throughout the year. The staff and all of the campers we met were very nice. The recreation hall was fairly modern with two sitting rooms loaded with hundreds of books to read as well as two computers ready for internet browsing. Upstairs was a fairly complete fitness room with a good deal of nice clean equipment. Everything was just as stated, cable, Wi-Fi, clean water, we asked for a 30 amp site and that's what we were provided. We had our 8 month old Springer Spaniel with us and were pleased to find a sizable exercise yard for us to play ball. Between that, the nature trail, and the size of the campground we had one happy and tired puppy. The only reason I couldn't give this campground a 10 is because we usually travel with our motorcycle most of the time and the road into the campground was loaded with large loose stones as well as pockets of soft dirt, these two combination's are extremely hazardous. It's because of this that I don't rate this as one of my top choices. If I didn't have a motorcycle then this would be a 10 and on the top of my list of places to stay. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $40.00
Generally what others have already said here. 90% seasonals but the drive throughs for those passing through were adequate. The campground is built really into the side of a mountain. Surprisingly, the site was level front to back but not from side to side and really needed about a 3" lift to get the rig level. Very helpful staff, extremely clean restrooms and the place is kept up very, very well. The roads need work and you almost think your on a old logging road at the entrance to the park. We will go back. We camped at Mount Pocono Campground in a Fifth Wheel.