1 Park near Pine Grove, Pennsylvania
Feb 2016 - $33.00
Twin Grove was once an amusement park, closed many years ago, it has been reborn as a large, well maintained and operated campground. It actually still has a carousel and ferris wheel, along with several pools with water slides, playgrounds, and even an 18 hole disk golf course.
I spent several February nights here, in the snow. It was quiet, off season camping, and my site was plowed and ready for me when I got there, and it had good hookups. Sites are gravel and decently spaced. There are some seasonals, most of them were very well kept.
Only one bathhouse was open for the season, it had very clean single toilets with a shower stall that were very spacious. The on site restaurant was closed for the season, but the camp store was open and well stocked. Overall, a very nice campground that I would like to return to when there is not as much snow on the ground. - Cyclonic
Oct 2015 - $37.00
Extremely attractive park with nicely laid-out sites surrounded by woodlands with views of valley and mountains. Pull-through site was mostly level, packed crushed stone with convenient utility connections. Very good Verizon 4G LTE with very strong water pressure. Campground wifi worked very well. - jbrucemagon
Sep 2015 - $38.00
We stayed here for a couple weeks while visiting Hershey and to see the RV show. Overall the park is well kept, except for a few full timers that have been there for a long time and their RV'a show it. We had to move to a new site during our stay and we had better WiFi at the site further away from the office. There is nothing in the immediate area so you'll need to drive 20-30 minutes for something to do or shopping. The utilities were good and the park relatively quiet even during busy weekends. We would definitely return. - pfogleboch