This is really two campgrounds. You have the hillside up in the woods and around the lake for the many seasonal sites, which is perfectly fine. We stayed in the flood plain, which is an open field with pull through sites for the transients. This is a very convenient location for visiting the greater Pittsburgh area. The gravel on these newer roads and sites is very loose, which makes for difficult travel and difficult leveling. The lawn care is weak. Grass was 10 inches high when we got here and then mowed with 4 inches of loose hay left behind. Hook ups are nice, new, perfectly situated. We keep to ourselves so this place is good for us, but you will not find a ton to do around here if you hang out at the campground. Be careful at the entrance. Very steep hill with sharp turn off the busy road.
My husband, son, and small dog stayed here last night on our way to Colorado. The Campground is clean, very well kept, nice for walking, the sites for pull through are spacious and well leveled. We slept very nice. Next morning I went to pay and had the pleasure of meeting Bonnie, who took very good care of me. She was so polite and so sweet. She told me the history of the campground and how the previous owner was an avid hunter and taxidermy colector (you can appreciate it at the office/museum) There is also a very big collection of Indian arrow heads that where found onsite. I really enjoyed talking with Bonnie, could not help but to give her a big hug before we left. We will definitely stay here again. I strongly recommend it. Cristina Gauthier Honey Brook, PA
We stayed one night. David who checked us in was very nice. You are crammed in like sardines. No shade in the section we were in. It is big rig ready with pull thru sites. The bath house is old and really needs updated. The showers require quarters to be able to take a shower.. They have wifi, but not usable. Barely load a page on your browser.
Owner is very nice and helpful. Sites were maintained very well. Very nice pool and relaxing lake.
This place has big pull-thru sites that can accommodate big rigs. Full hook-ups available. There are double hook-ups on the pull-thru sites which might suggest that they may double up during a busy event or weekend. We did not use the bath house but it is a hike, up a hill, from the pull-thru sites. There appears to be a lot of permanent campers there. It was quiet at night (a Monday night) and so we were able to sleep well. The owner was friendly when we spoke with him.
Great campground for Big Rigs. Open sky for Satellite television. Fairly new pull thru sites with gravel road and pads, 4 yrs old. Campstore, propane, friendly safe area with food and restaurants nearby.
The sites were level and the price was right for a quick overnight. But that s the best I could say. My husband took his first ever shower in the camper as the facilities were very old and shower took quarters. Have never seen that before.
We stayed three days. Staff was friendly, lots of activities for the grand daughter. Most of the sites are not level: some blocking might be required. If you stay and don t use the bath house it is not a bad stay. I have been in a lot of RV parks and this is the nastiest bathhouse I have seen ,it looks like it hasn t been cleaned in a month. There is only one bathhouse for 822 sites. Most of the campers are there for the long haul.