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30 RV Parks near South Temple, Pennsylvania
We did however find 30 campgrounds within 25 miles of South Temple. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near South Temple in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $116.00
It was the first time we stayed and we loved it. I have three daughters and they had a blast meeting new friends. The staff was very helpful park was very clean, camp activities and entertainment, pool the playground sand volleyball hiking where also a plus at this campground. Definitely coming back next year, already booked our date with them. A must see campground to visit. We loved the Rocks. - Mike and Jen
Jun 2014 - $48.00
The campground is farther off the main roads than you would expect after reading their brochure. No discounts for anything. Narrow entry and exit pasted the office. VERY hilly with huge drop off ditches on each side of the road. Steep road up the hill. Sites are no where near level. The bathhouse is old and outdated with no a/c or heat. The check-in clerk had no idea if the campground could fill propane in a motorhome. I did see the propane station but it was not reachable by a motorhome. I should have but did not read the reviews. Do not even think of going here in a motorhome. I will not return. - cmprcountry
Aug 2011 - $47.00
We enjoyed our stay here. They have an on-staff security officer who drove around the campground. Although, there didn't seem to be a need for him to drive around, it was comforting to see him. The campground was well maintained and the owners take pride in it. We especially enjoyed the ice cream shop. The couple that worked there was very friendly. We took a hike to the top of the mountain. The view was amazing, but we were not prepared for how hard it was. I think that there should have been more information on how difficult the trails were. - Mike in NJ
Jun 2018 - $1.00
We stayed at this campground because we were visiting family and friends, and it's part of our Thousand Trails membership. Most of the sites are seasonal sites, many that are unkept with junk & garbage sitting around, and grass not being mowed. Sites are dirt/grass with picnic and fire ring. Some back in, some back to back, some pull through. FHU with cable. Extra for WiFi & 50 amp.
This is an old park that has not been kept up. Most of the 'transient' and week-end sites are level, back in sites, but VERY close together. During the week, this park is pretty much empty, and is very quiet. The week-ends are alot more busy, with the seasonal sites and people coming in with their dogs and riding golf carts throughout the park, disobeying the speed limits.
It's not a horrible park, but should not be advertised as a "Resort." We would stay here again. - RiversedgePA
Oct 2017 - $56.00
By stream, but tree on my site was old and dying, dropping big branches in the wind and storms that went through. No security for a so called resort. Myself and a group goes to Robin Hill every year. This year was the worst. Was placed between two campers with loads of uncontrolled kids. They had no common courtesy to the people around them. They were up to 2:30 am for two nights. Campground had no security going around like most campgrounds to tell people to be quiet. Camp store closed up early on Sunday night. For the price was not worth what they are offering. - ScottW72
Jun 2017 - $64.00
The price brings the rating down. This is not a luxury resort and not worth $64 a night. Grass was high. Store barely has anything in it. Arcade is full of old games and a few of them don't work. Building behind barn is falling down, hopefully no kids go past the caution tape keeping them out. People drinking and spilling beer IN the pool. A bunch of drunk people drinking and shooting pool in the arcade. My guess would be that this is a weekly occurrence, as the people doing it had golf carts. The staff is friendly and they do have lots of activities. It's close to home so it's a good weekend getaway for us, but we only go here when we have a discount of some sort. There is nothing about this campground that justifies the $64 a night fee. - Mike Jh
Jun 2016 - $65.00
We stayed here spring 2016. As we pulled in and as we got close the office, you could smell sewer. The smell was really bad all weekend. But that was not the only problem. The price was higher then we wanted. Higher rate for family. 51 base rate but extra for older kids. But I realize that adding for adult kids is normal.
Internet was spotty. Kept kicking us off. The RVs/trailers are packed in like sardines. You have campers very close on 3 sides of you. No privacy at all. We really didn't have any grass. We didn't even have a fire ring, not that we had the space to use it. I don't think you could park a car between the campers--they were too close. We couldn't use our awning.
Also, there is many permanent sites. It seemed as if 75 to 85% (could be much higher)are permanent. Just looked and felt like a trailer court. Doesn't feel like you are camping. The bathrooms were not clean and smelled of mold. There was green algae growing on things--not all things but the propane tank and shed were the worst. The office looked OK. And the people seemed nice.
There was a few 'cabins' that from the outside looked good.
We didn't check out the pool. The campground roads were confusing a bit. We will not go back because of the smell, no privacy, high prices and lack of good atmosphere. - KayG
Mar 2016 - $42.00
Owners of this campground are wonderful. I have never seen owners cooking food and doing pedicure's for mothers day. They are aware of everything in their campground and they want to keep people happy. Nicest people you ever want to meet. Our site is great has lots of room. Game room is very nice. Bathrooms are clean. Pool looks very nice can't wait to swim in it. The pavilion is over the top it is so nice closed in all season pavilion has a bathroom and a kitchen. This is the nicest one I have ever seen. Playground is nice. Store is very cute has a lot of cute things in it. People in campground are all so nice. We love it and plan to camp here for a very long time. Lots of fun activities to do. - NIKKI66
Jul 2013 - $41.00
Nice enough campground. Gravel roads and level gravel sites. Cable TV was good. Internet was very spotty. Very friendly people run the park and their guests are friendly, too. Many permanent campers have been left there by owners who come periodically. They are not kept clean which makes the campground seem a little ratty. But it was quiet and peaceful while we were there. - traveling2s
Jul 2018 - $44.00
High season rates for adequate site. It was pull through but had to unhook and maneuver to get to over to right side of site. Neighbor's awning hung over to our space and picnic table partially on our site. He wasn't home so we managed. Glad to get satellite access for TV though there were some trees. Staff was very friendly, helpful. Pool looked great though we didn't use it. Park was well maintained. Next time we'd probably go down an exit and camp free at a store parking lot. - rwarner22
Apr 2017 - $37.00
The campground was very clean, well maintained and the service was great. Our campsite was next to their beautiful lake/pond area. The reasons I didn't give it an excellent were the showers were timed you paid $.25 for 8 minutes and they were FREEZING! I have never had to pay for a shower before so finding the change to make my shower last was a little difficult. The other thing was our campsite wasn't level we were leaning downhill so trying to make breakfast was a little challenging besides that we really enjoyed our stay here. - NKatieA
Aug 2011 - $39.00
Sites were large but extremely difficult to back into. Sites were shaded but not a lot of privacy from your neighbor. Pool was clean, lake was stocked with fish. The few planned activities they had were fun. Staff was friendly. This is connected to a mobile home park, but no problems there. Roads were paved so good for bike riding. Nice playground for the kids. Not sure if we would return as I think we could find better CG's in the area. - autismmom
May 2018 - $21.00
Arrived late because of a flat tire all paper work was waiting and they even upgraded our site. Very easy in and out and will stop again when in the area. - toytowner
Sep 2017 - $60.00
Well, we arrived Friday at 8 o'clock, unhooked and got a fire going. My 17 son took the golf cart out for a ride around the campground. So he came back in 10 mins and behind him came 3 golf carts all being staff including the owner. He didn't even say hi. All he said, as he got into my face, this golf cart you have may not be used in this campground. I did not say a word as he said again this golf cart may not leave the site. He said no gas-powered carts are allowed. As all three of there carts are gas powered. The way he handled it in front of my family was extremely rude. Anyways rules are rules. I just didn't know that was a rule, he could have been a lot nicer...Campground itself is very close together as sites are on top of each other... If you wanna fish in there fishless pond you have to pay 5 bucks a person. What a joke!!!! Sites are not level either. Would not recommend. - Harrison jones
Jul 2017 - $68.00
We were very excited to visit this campground. There were pluses and minuses to the campground. First the positives: The roads were pretty easy to navigate, our site was easy to pull in to, there was a greeter at the main gate with our paperwork, made it very easy to check in, this I think was because it was 4th of July weekend. There was a live band one night and a DJ the next, the proximity of our sites to the stage made it easy for us to sit at our campsites and enjoy the music. My wife and I do not have small children but there were many activities to keep kids busy. The pool was nice but perhaps a little on the small side. The camp store was stocked with the basics. The ice cream store was also very nice. The campground was also nicely kept, very clean. Now for the negatives: While the pull sites were very long, they were also very narrow. Our door opened up to a common space that was shared by our neighbors. Now, in our case our neighbors were our very good friends who went along with us. The sites alternated in which direction you pulled in. So our door and our friends door opened up towards each other. Our campers were so close to one another that we could not put our awnings all the way out without bumping into each other. there were two fire rings and two picnic tables in the common space. For us wasn't a problem but if you didn't know your neighbors you'd have to pick the one you wanted to use. As far as the campsite itself, it was far from level. I've never been in a campsite so unlevel before. Out friends camper was so high in the front that their bottom step was about three feet off the ground. Fortunately, they had a foldable step that they could use to get in their trailer. The last thing I would like to point out is that the claimed "Well stocked" pond was a disappointment. Over three days of fishing I only caught one Bass, it was the only fish I saw that was caught over those three days. - Tim W
Sep 2018 - $50.00
Situated in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, alongside I-78 (you do hear some road noise), is Pine Hill RV Park with its wide-open spaces and long, level sites complete with a picnic table (fire rings are available upon request). Check-in was quickly accomplished at the park office building in which a well-stocked store is also located. In addition to RV sites, the park also has cabin rentals, a very large recreation hall with game room, miniature golf, horseshoe pits, and a huge grassy play area complete with a swing set, slide, and volleyball court. If satellite reception is important to you, you will want to request a relatively tree-free site, as the majority of the park has beautiful mature trees. We did not use the laundry facilities nor the showers, so we cannot address any comments toward those. While staying at the park, we did drive an hour to Hershey, PA to attend the Hershey RV Show. For our short-term stay, Pine Hill served our purposes very nicely. - HRTravelers
Sep 2018 - $48.00
Back-in site. Level, but kind of close to neighbor. First site I was on the power was not enough to run the air conditioner. No problem as we moved to next site over. Internet wasn't useful at all, especially when CG filled up. If noise doesn't bother you, this is the place, as you get road noise from old rte. 22 and Interstate 78. Due all to this noise, I'd probably look elsewhere if in the area again. - maineman
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Nice campground convenient to I-78. Decent space between sites. Cable TV is decent cable TV, wifi at the end away from the office is poor. I was there with a small rally and several of us had trouble maintaining 120v electrical service. No issues with water and sewer. Our site wasn't level, but manageable. - DrLewie
Aug 2018 - $55.00
We wound up here when heavy rains and weekend festivals closed or filled up all the parks near Gettysburg and Hershey Park. Getting to the park was easy but required several miles of 2-lane zig-zagging over the Turnpike. The interior roads were a bit steep and scary at first, but I unhooked, took it slowly, and didn't scrape the bottom or sides on anything. The pull-through site was spacious but not at all level side to side. This turned out to be a big advantage when torrential rains came. The slope allowed water to run downhill instead of pooling at our site. Our Verizon MiFi was almost unusable, but the camp wifi was excellent. We opted for the $10/3 day plan that allowed us to access fast wifi with 2 devices. They also had a "turbo" wifi, but I didn't try it out. The sewer cap was stuck on so hard we had to hammer it off, and the sewer pipe isn't threaded. It also raises up more than a foot above the ground, almost negating the nice downhill flow that leads up to it. The camp hosts were incredibly friendly. There are many seasonal campers, and most of them look just fine. There was one whose roof was dirty and caved in, but most of the permanent sites were well cared for. Since we were spending time over at Hershey and Gettysburg, we didn't get to enjoy the pool or the fire ring. The boys loved the playground, except for the swarms of noseeums that attacked every time we went outside. All-in-all a great stay. - TedandElle
Sep 2017 - $50.00
Stayed here for the NHRA race. The campground is close to race track,but not within walking distance. WiFi only at the office and no Verizon service .They had lots of activities over the weekend and a band on Saturday night! The roads in the park are tight but go slow and you will have no problems. Most people here are seasonal but they put was travelers all together. - Donny and Donna
Jul 2016 - $52.00
We had a very nice time at Sun Valley. We had no issues. Everyone in the office was very nice. Yes, there are a lot of seasonals but all were very nice. If I have to complain about something it is the size of the rocks in the roadways. Definitely tough on the feet while walking but we all managed.
Enjoy your stay and remember "it beats staying home." - grs34
Jun 2017 - $52.00
Came here based on prior reviews, and pics of the pool (our 7yo was excited about the big slides!) Called for reservations only a week in advance, so sites were limited... But we got a site not far from the pool and office/store area. Pluses: - the pool: large, clean, big tubular slides, plenty of deck area with large amts of seating - pretty creek by the office/pool area, with sites available on it (mostly seasonal from what I could tell) - well-stocked store, with actual penny candy & lots of choices for munchies - did not experience any unfriendly staff Minuses: - Very hilly. There is a lower area, and then a steep winding road up to an upper area. Almost no flat places on the whole site, except right by the creek. - Sites packed close together, with little/no trees etc between sites. - Many noisy gas golf carts buzzing around at night, up until quiet hours start at 11pm. (Although it's probably the best way to get around the hilly terrain.) Probably won't return, too hilly/noisy/crowded for our tastes, with better cg options nearby. (It's a very pretty area, though, so glad we visited.) - Will Dennis
Sep 2016 - $55.00
Trashy. Very rude staff, clientele very strange. No freedom to be at your site without management or others interrupting. Smells like sewer, would not recommend at all. Other campgrounds within a mile radius much nicer and much friendlier staff. - JJLJ
Jul 2016 - $55.00
We have stayed at this campground several times before. It is a very well run park. Seasonals and staff are all friendly and all rules are followed. No speeding golf carts and no excessive noise!! This is the first time the weather allowed us to use the pool--it was nice and warm and quite clean. A bit disappointed, though, that on a holiday weekend the water slides were not open. The golf cart parade was a lot of fun as was the selfie scavenger hunt for teens and adults. There are quite a few activities as well as a church service to choose from. The local bakery comes and sells some yummy desserts as wellThere is a nice hunting trail opposite the lake that leads up to "Devil's Den". I recommend checking it out. The sites are clean and nicely spaced out so you are not right next to your neighbor. Most of the sites have quite a bit of shade as well. If you do rent a site and you are in the "D" section, I would suggest renting a golf cart as well as the hill heading down to the pool and store is quite steep. We already have plans to return next year. - autismmom
Aug 2018 - $90.00
Awesome campground. This was our third time here and we are never disappointed. Clean, friendly atmosphere. Lots of activities and an amazing pool! Our new favorite campground! - wheezer01
Jul 2018 - $70.00
Nice place for a family with kids and a small unit. Not the place for a big rig and tow. Turns are tight, very tight, and someone decided huge rocks around the curves would be aesthetically pleasing. I guess to keep folks off the grass, but it's really tight. At check in there is just not enough room at the entrance. If you try to pull out of the way you block all the cars that are parked up there, not to mention the kids and golf carts! Plus the "gate" is atrocious. Honestly we barely make it through. Pretty place off the beaten path, so keep in mind you'll be driving 30 minutes to get anywhere. The quarry is loud, as is the speedway, but with AC's running you really don't hear it much, and you tend to tune it out. We didn't find it a problem. Others we were with love it, just depends what you're looking for! But I wouldn't recommend it for big rigs. - Lucky Lady from Florida
Jul 2018 - $90.00
Let's start out by saying "don't believe the hype". Staff--rude, young, and more interested in looking at their phones than deal with the campers. Gentleman that seemed to be the manager didn't even say hi, and seemed completely disinterested in going out of his way to make us feel welcome. Campsites--completely overgrown....had to cut down weeds/brush to sit at the campfire. AND, the quarry next door was very loud. Restaurant--nice inside, but was closed most of our stay, so we didn't even eat there. Pool--clean. Seasonal/Resident Campers--biggest issue, as they think they own the place and are completely rude and uninviting. Had an older couple on their golf cart swear at my 11yr old son because our French Bulldog wondered off the site. Another resident camper stopped us while driving the golf cart to tell us we we're breaking the rules, which we were not. Overall--we won't be going back, and are completely taken back by the whole experience - Buck White