Hickory Hollow Campground

11 reviews
Pets Allowed
Big Rigs

Campground Rates

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Reviews (avg. rating 4.45)


| Quiet Hidden Gem

By user-6049469755817984 on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-06-04 to 2017-05-11

Open with some trees and a nice bass fishing lake. Beautiful open views over rolling hills. Everything is kept up and very clean. People kept to themselves. Lady at the office was very pleasant. It's a quiet campground. There is a seasonal area separate from the transient visitors. The seasonal section was nearly empty. Plenty of country gravel roads to bike or run. Trails were mowed often. In June we saw all kinds of Lightning bugs and heard some bullfrogs. The kids and I loved the bass fishing. Bass were hitting the green Senko worms and crankbaits. The whole area is quiet and quaint. Laurel Highlands/Ohiopyle area nearby. Walmart and other stores minutes away too.


| Haunted Hay Ride and Zombies

By user-5286607285387264 on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-07-03 to 2015-07-07

Nice campground, friendly staff. Easy pull in and setup, nice lake and walking paths. Live DJ on weekends, clean bathrooms and nice little camp store. Haunted Hay Rides through zombie village a must do!


By user-5899146528555008 on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-10-21 to 2015-10-28

Very clean bathhouse and showers. Pool, lake, good gravel roads, small camp store, and friendly staff. Level pull thru full hook up sites. Cabin rentals available. Passport America accepted during the week. $30-$35 a night. Relaxing place to stay only 7 miles south of the PA turnpike.

Amenities


Cable TV

Complimentary Showers

Dumping Station

Electric

Fifty Amp

Fire Pit

Fishing

Laundromat

Pet Area

Picnic Tables

Playground

Propane

Pull-thru Sites

Restrooms

Sewer

Shade Trees

Swimming Pool

Tents

Water

Wi Fi