20 RV Parks near New Columbia, Pennsylvania
Sep 2017 - $45.00
We only stayed here one night on our way to New York. The Pull thru site was level. it looks like there are lots of family activities for people staying longer. Our site was water and electric, but the multi-lane dump station was easy to use. - Rich and Judith
Jun 2017 - $55.00
We had a pull-through in the front of the park that was mildly unlevel front-to-back. The site was long enough for our 40 ft. motor home and toad. There were trees nearby but they did not block our satellite dish. Sites in the back of the park however, have many trees around that will probably block satellite dishes there. Good Verizon signal. Good cable TV. Campground was clean and well-maintained. Like many KOA's it's a bit pricey since it was just an overnight stay and we didn't use any of the amenities but it was convenient. - arpijay
Jul 2016 - $47.00
Very quiet mid-week, lots of amenities available. While the bathhouses were clean, they were quite far from our site, which wasn't ideal. Other than that, a good place to stay for overnight or longer. - calijame
Sites: 164 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 36 Reviews
Sep 2017 - $47.00
Campground was clean and very friendly staff. Kid orientated but it was very quiet. The pool looked very clean but it was too cold to actually get in it while we were there. - Amanda_Glad
Jun 2017 - $54.00
I agree with a previous reviewed that the access road into the campground is very narrow and full of potholes. It is definitely a one lane road. We had site #205, which was a back in site that was dirt and gravel, but level. We had adequate space between our site and the next one. It was quiet during the week, but the weekend is for children. We did some touring around the local area, so did not just sit at the camp. We had some problems with our TV reception and the staff went above and beyond to help us figure out the problem - which was with us, not the campground. - Sojourner1986
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We renewed our Passport America just to stay here and we were totally satisfied. This is the place for kids!
Usually an RV park will have one nice playground. This place had a nice wooden playground, and a swingset, and a wooden climb-on train, AND a giant wooden ship with slides, AND a gaga ball pit, AND a giant Mc-Donald's style tunnel playground.
They also had a working gameroom.
Each morning they had a hey-hey ride with Yogi Bear, followed by coloring and cartoons. In the afternoon, the staff came the the playground and organized games with the kids. At dark, they played a movie on the big screen. Did I mention that this was on a TUESDAY?!
The pool was nice and had a separate baby pool with a cool contraption for filling buckets with water.
Laundry was decent.
The bathrooms were the cleanest I have ever seen!
The staff tried to give me a site that was close and easy with my 40 bus, but it was hard to find from the map, so I ended up making some awkward turns. When it was time to leave, the staff member gave me a golf-cart escort just to make sure I tooth easy way out. - mmette00
Jul 2017 - $1.00
Been camping 22 years from starting off tent camping when kids were young to RV's, been all up and down the East Coast so we aren't new to camping or campgrounds. Looked this campground up on their website and it looked pretty nice actually the pictures on their website is what sold us on going. When we got there, it wasn't exactly like the pictures. The slides looked huge on the website and in fact were small but good for little kids. Bathrooms were adequate, few times they weren't clean and my husband wouldn't use them. Heard a few campers complaining about stuff on the floor. My neighbor was smoking weed just out at his site, I complained didn't do any good. They have a cop come through the campground every night to give out speeding tickets. It's 5mph and if you go go 1 mile over you get a 70$ ticket, I kid you not. It's catered to mostly seasonal. They fly through the campground on their golf carts going way over 5 but nothing happens. The biggest thing that threw me off is that you are allowed to smoke in the pools, when I say in the pools I'm talking literally in the water! The adult pool is a huge drunk fest, not a single person wasn't drinking in the water and smoking. Staff is not friendly and it was a run down place. - campers4
Jul 2017 - $65.00
I will start with the positives and say that the campsite provides a variety of activities for children. My son loved the bike rentals. They also have paddle boats, bumper boats and mini golf all for a extra fee. The playground is really nice as well. On the negative side the power is awful and so is the water pressure. We paid for a full hookup campground and that's what we expected to get. We had problems with the power dropping the whole time, even after the electrician supposedly fixed it, which he was rude about. Some of the food in the fridge went bad because of the power kept cutting off. The staff seemed annoyed with their "guests" the whole times that we were there. You would think that they would want the customers coming back. I will never stay here again. Oh and don't expect a great pool area, even though it's called Splash Magic. The 2 slides are awful and the pool was cloudy. Also most people are smoking and drinking not only at the adult pool but also at the other pool. I don't care if people smoke or drink but come on. This was excessive. - Fox Family
May 2017 - $50.00
Campground is old and run down. Sites are long and narrow and very close together. After a rain lots of puddles mud and dirt. Pool area is OK serves it's purpose. - emily0707
Jul 2016 - $47.00
Park is older, but the bathrooms were clean. We did not uses the showers, but they were clean also. Tight spots, close to your neighbors, but people, both seasonals and transits, were very friendly. Staff was very nice, super friendly. Even loaned us an electric cord as we had difficulty with ours. The lounge was a nice hangout and something going on every night, cards, trivia, live music and boozy bingo (it is a bit of a party place, but not loud or rowdy, just fun) Not a lot for kids to do, but we did not stay there on a weekend. The lounge is being renovated so just a bit torn up, but still friendly service and nice to be able to sit and socialize and have a beer or drink. It's animal friendly and on the river. We will go back. - gandb26
Jun 2015 - $40.00
Clean park on the Susquehanna River in Montgomery. Easy access. Good 50 amp, good water pressure. Pad was gravel, almost level. Did find several nails in the gravel near the hookups. The last time we visited here it was filled with oil field workers and rather noisy. BUT it settled down after 10 PM. The staff are VERY friendly. Because of our size, (40 footer 3 slides) we were placed near the entryway. This resulted in some traffic noise as well as the dump station being our best view. The park behind was was awesome. We stay here each time we come home to Loyalsock. Closest and best park. - walt66
Jul 2014 - $20.00
Very nice place, well kept and constant maintenance was evident. Susquehanna river within walking distance with a boat ramp nearby for the canoe and kayak. Tavern on site with great burgers and other items; must-try appetizers. Will return again - labones
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Park office was closed. All ponds covered with green algae. Bathrooms were old and dingy and dark, but plenty of hot water. - PF Churchill
May 2016 - $65.00
This is a very quiet, clean campground, but when we camped there they packed us close to other campers, and we were out in the hot sun with no shade. It was a long walk up the hill to the nearest shower/bathroom facility, and you had to press the shower every 10 seconds to get water. Seems to be a better place to go for seasonal campers. - Diffycamper22
Oct 2015 - $38.00
A fairly quiet campground. We stayed in the group area. Water and electric worked well. No WIFI at sites, cable TV was iffy +/- 20 channels. Sites were close, but mostly level grass. There are close to 400 permanent sites throughout the resort, with a lot of golf carts, which didn't cause any problems. I will stay here again. - maineman
May 2017 - $20.00
we stayed at Fantasy Island Campground for one night on our last night on the way home from Yellowstone Park. very nice campground right on the river (seasonal sites had the river sites) - travelers had the sites in the middle of the CG. owner was very nice, restrooms were clean, was a little tricky getting into the CG but a road right beside the CG heading south, there was another entrance which was a much easier access - a little rough getting around inside but we took it slow and easy and it wasn't a problem owner has only had business for a few years but has made many improvements including new 30 and 50 amp electrical outlets. cable had about 15 stations. would recommend this CG for anybody passing through the area via rt 80 and would definitely stay here again when passing through. we paid $20 on a Thursday night with Passport America - we camped in a MH. - Banditoman60
Sep 2016 - $42.00
This campground is HORRIBLE ! The sites are small and hard to back in a with longer camper. The wifi only worked if you were at the office. The owner was rude and disrespectful to the families with us, as well as my family. They did not have many activities for kids. The kids park is a JOKE ! They had a toy bingo where you had to be 12 or under to play and we were questioned numerous times on the age of our kids. We camp almost every weekend in the summer and this is the first we have had any issues at a campground. - Teresa PSU
Jun 2016 - $42.00
We stayed at this campground for a long weekend. It is right before/after the bridge and the turn in can be tricky depending on the direction of your approach. There is a restaurant that may or may not be affiliated with the campground, but it appeared to only be open for ice cream at the window. The site we had was very tight, but fortunately we had nice neighbors since we really butted up to the site behind us and barely had room to extend our awning and not hit our neighbors on the side. And fortunately again, my son, who was going to have a tent on our site, had to cancel and didn't come. There would have been nowhere to put the tent. Our fire ring was in a spot where we would have had to essentially set up our chairs in our neighbor's site to use it. Mostly seasonal sites in our area. There is a pool, but it seldom had anyone in it. We were right next to the public access boat launch. This was not a problem. The boaters/visitors just parked across the campground road from us on the grass. All the people visiting and living there were friendly. The staff is amazing. Very accommodating and helpful. We did not have kids with us, so cannot comment on family activities. - WMRamblers
Jul 2017 - $50.00
Our experience at Little Mexico was all right. The staff were very nice. Our site was difficult to get into with the pool directly across from our site with very little space to maneuver with vehicles and golf carts parked for the pool and the site being very narrow. They only have a few full hookup sites available. The campground is right next to Penn's Creek so if you like to tube or kayak it is a great location. If they would add more full hookup sites that are easier to get into we might think about returning. Make sure you use the route that brings you in off route 304. I understand that the other routes are not very good. One brings you down a very large hill and across a one lane steel bridge that is 13'10" high in the middle and 12'8" on the sides. We crossed this bridge on our golf cart and went up hill to experience the ride they had. Boy, am I glad we did not come that way. Not sure if we will be returning for another visit. - lmoyer21
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Great campground! Clean, well maintained, a lot for the kids to do and a short ride to Knobels and the Bloomsburg Fair. The owners were very friendly and helpful. We had trouble with the first site provided to us and the owner came right over, moved us to a new spot, help us back in and stayed for a bit to make sure everything was good. We will definitely be back! - K Frame
Oct 2016 - $45.00
My husband and I have been staying at different campgrounds through out the summer and have finally found the perfect spot, at the very end of the season. We camped this past weekend and discovered a place that we want to be our camping season place. This special place is Little Mexico Campground in Winfield PA. The scenery is absolutely beautiful everywhere you look. There is not one, not two, but three ponds in which you may fish or just relax sitting on one of the many benches scattered around. There are many campsites right along Penn's Creek, which is where we stayed. It was so serene and peaceful and had ample space to enjoy time with our family. The guys could fish from our site. We also found the best deal on firewood! Nothing beats sitting along the water with the fire going and loved ones around you.There was so much space for both kids and adults to play any type of sport. There was horseshoes, volleyball, badminton, basketball, ball fields, mini-golf and an arcade for indoor fun. Many different activities were also available for campers to participate. Their store had ample supplies from a large selection of candy for the kids to RV supplies and everything in between. It is the largest camp store we have seen. The pool seems extra large and we cannot wait to be in it when the weather is warmer. The campground is also very safe for both kids and dogs. The speed limit is 5 MPH, and everyone actually followed that rule. Kids may ride bikes safely here. The playgrounds are wonderful and set up for much creative play. We are so excited to take our granddaughters to these play areas next season. There's cable and Wi-Fi, but we did not need that with all we did. The bathrooms are clean and the water is hot and efficient. We were very comfortable everywhere we went and with everything we did. The most amazing part of all was the staff. Everyone was so extremely helpful, from explaining things to delivering items to sharing of local information. - Cathy Appleyard
Oct 2014 - $42.00
Clean park and friendly staff. Not staffed all the time. Short on amenities and small, but overall it is nice. Firewood is readily available for $5 a wheel barrel full. - Donulus
Jul 2011 - $38.00
Love this RV park. We had our campsite right on Penn's Creek. It was nice. Shade, grass and blue stones. No dust. No much going on, but if you don't want to be bothered and just relax, this is the right campground. - Heidemarie
Jul 2011 - $38.00
Small, neat campground but with only one pull through. Big rigs can get into backin sites. There doesn't seem to be anyone on site so we pulled into the pull-through in our 45' coach. They make it easy to fill out the registration form and leave the payment. Wi-Fi didn't work after a storm came through. We were told that it is busy on weekends and since you can't speak to anyone, you don't know if you have a reservation. Could be a problem. Would stay here again. - Team Asphalt
Jul 2016 - $24.00
This is a very nice state park, IF you have a smaller-sized rig. We stayed here for a couple of nights in a 40' fifth wheel. It was difficult getting our rig backed-in to the site. The roads are narrow (beautiful roads through the forest) and, of course hilly. There is a separate camping area for those with pets. We love this state park. Unfortunately, our rig is too long for us to utilize it again. Beware: cell-phone service is non-existent. This is a dead zone. Antenna tv service is not available. We were here for three nights while visiting relatives. It was nice to be off the grid for a bit. - oldbluejay
Jul 2015 - $24.00
We loved this place! Perfect for the outdoors adventurer. There isn't much around, but the sites are beautiful. This place has a feeling as if you are out west in a national park. We will be back.
Wooded and remote sites with lantern hangers and fire pits.
Special thanks to the friendly camp host who helped us park late in the evening. - 72streams
Sep 2012 - $29.00
This is a very nice state park campground set in a hemlock and white pine forest. Every site is at least partially shaded and most are fully shaded. Most sites are spacious and have reasonably level gravel pads. Tent sites have a tent pad with finer gravel base. The campground has one central shower house, which is relatively new and clean. The park has a small lake with a beach and swimming area and numerous picnic tables. There are hiking trails in the park and connections to other mid-state trail systems. There are many miles of packed gravel forest roads (no winter maintenance) to explore on bike or by vehicle. There are also quite a few other state parks within a 25-30 mile radius to explore. Owners of big rigs would do well to avoid sites 17 to 33, as there is a very tight left-hand turn to navigate when leaving that section of the campground. It can be done, but the bank on the left side shows numerous scars indicating that the bank won! Our only gripe was the vendor-supplied firewood ($7.00/stack) that was obviously cut from long-downed trees and was very punky. There are area residents with roadside signs for camp firewood, though. RB Winter is in a beautiful section of north-central Pennsylvania's mountains and there are some great overlooks from its 2000 ft. elevation. We will definitely camp here again so we can further explore the region. - JEH412
Sep 2017 - $50.00
This is a beautiful campground with lots of trees and large, long, wide sites. We stayed in the E section, had plenty of room for our large motorhome and everything else on our site. Restroom was far from our site but very clean. Store is small and not much in the way of scheduled activities, but it has two ponds, one for fishing, one has a beautiful fountain. We planned to go to Knoebels, (didnt make it) this is right down the road. Would definitely stay here again if coming to the area. - letsgorving
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Previous posts are accurate. It is a beautiful park with a lot of mature trees, but roads and sites are clear of branches, beautiful grass. Vast majority seem to be well kept seasonal. - mroswell
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Wonderful park friendly staff, great grounds and level sites. They take pride in the grass here so refrain from putting anything on the grass, they will ask you to remove it if you do. All hook ups work well, wifi ok for surfing and checking emails but wouldn't try videos. Staff came by on our first night and warned us of a possible bad storm on the way to prepare for it, never really had a campground do that so nice to know they care. - DBLR