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27 RV Parks near Coaldale, Pennsylvania
We did however find 27 campgrounds within 25 miles of Coaldale. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Coaldale in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $70.00
First Impression: Too far out in the country for a stop-over CG. Many seasonal sites that look nice. CG buildings appear to be aged farm buildings (wood rot, deteriorating). Safety: No concerns. Access: Exit 40 off I-78, turned north on PA-787, immediate left onto Old Route 22. Right on Donat Rd, straight on Little Round Top Rd, to Robin Hill Rd that puts you in the CG. Old Route 22 in poor condition. Garmin GPS is accurate. Office: Nice store with snacks, food items, souvenirs, RV equipment items. Credit cards accepted. Online reservations available through RVontheGO. No price discounts. Facilities: Pool and big game room ($). Small, clean laundry room. Restrooms near office need restoration. They're outdated, have mold, and need a deep cleaning. The men's room smells like an outhouse. Propane sales. Multiple playground areas. No off-leash dog run. Campground: In a flood plain (stream). Wooden buildings might not survive a storm. Moderately wooded. Interior roads are narrow, dirt/gravel and asphalt in good condition with gentle turns and no overhead obstacles. Mostly seasonal sites. Big rig challenging and long coaches might have maneuvering problems. Tent areas, no yurts but cabins are available. Sites vary from close to secluded (seasonals), sufficiently level, grass/dirt/gravel, all back-in. Pedestals at middle of site with electric 20/30/50; metered for long-term. Adequate water pressure with good taste. No sewer; "FHU" means using a bladder lying on the ground. Mine was smashed - unusable. No patios; usable picnic tables. Fire rings. Marginal satellite views (trees). Free cable TV (34 channels). Tengonet Wi-Fi but limited range. Verizon phone and 4G at 1-2 bars. No recycle bins. Noise: Some CG road traffic - minimal. Bug Report (late July): biting flies. Runners: CG roads good for running. Yoga: put your mat on the grass if so inclined. Conclusion: Score 5-Acceptable. IMO: overpriced. CG charges $4 "resort fee" per day. - StephenK
Jun 2019 - $1.00
Pretty much a park for annuals, about 90%. There are a few open sites for passers through. Our site was weird to figure out; we parked the trailer on the grass with our site itself gravel. Big enough for the truck as well. Our section was up a huge hill but level on top. FHU site; water quality is good; electric good. Verizon coverage is OK and the park offers cable, which is nice. Pretty big park with a couple of playgrounds, swimming pool, activity center. Have not found a place to let the dogs loose though; there are lots of farms in the area. - Kerch Family
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
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
Aug 2006 - $32.00
Beautiful wooded campground in a county park along a lake. No hookups - primarily tent sites and rustic cabins. Anything bigger than a pop-up wouldn't fit due to most sites being heavily wooded and rocky. If you don't mind roughing it this is a great place to go for fishing, lake swimming, and boating. Highly recommend it! The quaint shops and cafes of Jim Thorpe are only 5 minutes down the mountain. - Jeannette
Sep 2018 - $62.00
Roads to sites potholed and bumpy. Very few level sites. Very wooded, which we liked. Poor wifi. - Dennison
Jul 2018 - $55.00
Their wifi or cable didn't work the entire stay. The site was uneven but usable after some adjustment to the TT. Had to raise the wheels and lower the jack as far as it would go. The bathroom is constructed of plywood and 2x4's with no paint or other aesthetics. On the plus side you are as close to Jim Thorpe as you can get - just make a right turn out of the driveway. - Voyager XII
Aug 2016 - $60.00
First off I want to say that the staff at this campground are great. Very friendly and welcoming. Unfortunately that's where the positive review ends. We were there this past week for several days to enjoy activities in Jim Thorpe. We rented (and were assigned) cabin #4. It was hands-down the filthiest cabin we have rented in over 20 years of camping. It was dark, dank, and simply uninviting. The ceiling fan was so dirty that we dared not turn it on to keep the dirt from being flung all over the place. The pools were even worse. The adult pool was murky and the children's pool was dirty. It was very obvious that the man in charge of maintaining the campground (owners son) was overwhelmed and not able to keep up with maintaining this facility. Quiet hours were not enforced during our entire stay. We had the misfortune of being 2 cabins away from a bunch of drunks who could care less about their surroundings and partied every night till 2 AM. This campground has potential but they need to hire more people in order to make it happen. Please keep in mind I'm basing my review on cabin #4 (as well as the cabin next to it, those folks weren't happy either) and have no opinion on the RV or tent areas. - elopez412
May 2019 - $49.00
Nice park very friendly staff. They helped back in the RV and offered any help if needed. Sites were large and level. There was a pool but not open yet. Would go again. - bldhnd617
May 2018 - $45.00
Large percentage of seasonal campers but very quiet and well kept. Campground is terraced and roads are all maintained gravel. Our campsite was open, grass and dirt, level with 30 + 50 amp service, fire pit, and a picnic table. There were trees throughout the campground but the site we chose was open to satellite service. They escort you to your campsite. This is being developed as a destination campground. So far, they have a pool, playground, full size basketball court, soccer field, etc. - don-marg
Apr 2018 - $47.00
This is a small park mostly filled with seasonals. There was a pool but, due to the lingering cold weather, I don't believe it was open yet. It was quiet, well-kept and all the staff that I spoke to were very nice and helpful. There were two washers and 3 dryers in the coin-operated laundry. Our first site required that we level with the front tires on blocks so we requested, and were granted, a change in site on the second morning. The internal roads are easy to navigate, but I would suggest big rigs bypass the first sign at Germans Rd (if you are coming west on 895), go to Lauchnor Rd and backtrack a bit. Germans Rd is very rough and there is a weight limit of 10 tons on part of it. Lauchnor Rd was in much better shape. Shopping and restaurants are not really convenient. - CnCOntheGo
Aug 2012 - $36.00
After hearing mixed reviews about Rosemount, we went anyway. I think we found a hidden gem. I think Wi-Fi is available at the office. Only reason I didn't give a 10 was because of the funky sewer hookups. Most come out of the ground on steep angles and do not have any fittings. That's easily fixed with duct tape. Pond is nice but not within walking distance. Campground is on a hill but it's not bad to walk. Sites were huge and level, but the exit roads were a little tight. Will return. - mikeh
May 2019 - $33.00
Locust Lake is a very nice state park. Some camping spots could be tighter, tough to pull in with a bigger rv but park rangers are quick to accommodate and give an alternate spot. Electric at Rv sites, water easily accessible, dump station very easy in and out. Lake is beautiful, bike/walking trail around the lake. Pair of eagles put on a 'great show' during our 4 days at the lake. Have a small camp store, canoe and kayak rentals available. Nearest town is 15-20 minutes away. - Mgnause
Apr 2019 - $35.00
We were here for an overnight. The park is near I-81 but you have to drive a round-about 7 mile trek through narrow potholed roads to get there. The park website said it was 2 miles to I-81 but that is as the crow flies. There had been a number of storms prior to our visit and there were many tree branches down and some severe erosion on the roads and campsite. I would hope that it is cleaned up prior to the busy season. - VtLee
Jun 2018 - $37.00
Picked this (out of not much choice) for a "quick" overnight as we drove through PA on 81. While the park is really lovely and looks like a great place for a multi-day stay, for a one-nighter, would recommend a different solution. Pluses: beautiful park on pond with swimming area and fishing, shaded sites, electric hookup. Minuses: much harder to get into than looks on a map -- driving through smaller winding country roads to get to park. Sites are tight, heavily treed, and can be hard to get into on narrow campground roads. Sites not level, so needed all the levelers in this one (and that was suggested as a "good site" for us!). We were in a 26' trailer on site 40. - A New Chapter
Aug 2018 - $55.00
We got there about 7:30 on Friday the office was closed we ran into a guy cutting the grass he helped us get a spot and asked if we were good or needed anything. We didn't and got set up. We found out the Office is pretty much closed on weekends but there are so many guys running around if we needed anything we would just grab one of them. Now this Campground is a Motorcycle and RV Campground we knew that going in. That is one of the reasons we went there. Just about everyone Rides and they all have just about as much or more into there Bikes than their campers but both look good or great. It is also a work in progress the Owner and Crew are working hard and adding more Sites. On Saturday they had a free with a Donation Live Band and Eats it went from about 8 to Midnight. Once the Band stopped everything stopped it was Lights out and quiet time. Yes there were Motorcycles but not late at night as the had respect for the other Campers. When we got there we were also greeted by one of the Owners and he had asked if we had everything we need as well. Like I said they are all a great bunch. We pulled out about 1030 on Sunday. - ztoymaker
Jun 2018 - $75.00
This time we stayed here they had Lehighton Bike Night so the price went up a little but we were all good. We had a Blast the whole weekend. One of the Owners said they had 2000 people last years and this year he thinks they doubled it. It was one hell of a party. All I can say if you ride a Bike of any kind come to Riders Resort. This is our second time and there will be more in 2019. - ztoymaker
May 2012 - $31.00
This place was a little tricky to find but, glad we did! It's all wooded with a small lake and just a few amenities, good old fashioned camping. This place is not for big rigs but, the sites are decent size, bath house was reasonably clean and close to all sites and had lots of showers. It's quiet, away from traffic, maybe a best kept secret! - 88camper
Jul 2008 - $28.00
This is the worst campground I've ever been to in my life. Website shows nice pictures of the playground, pool , and gameroom. Those pictures had to be a couple years old. Gameroom is closed and full of junk. Pool was a nice shade of green. Playground was not taken care of and missing different pieces. The bathrooms weren't cleaned except dumping the garbage and the showers were pathetic. Two of the seven shower stalls worked; however, they were filthy and no hot water. Sites were a decent size but not taken care of. Broken picnic tables throughout campground including ours and exposed steel thru-out coming out of the ground from falling apart retaining walls. This is a real hazard to children. I would not go back here if it was free. For $28 I expect more. Its worth about 5 bucks. And lake in picture is only a pond , roads throughout were terrible. - Jim Carp
Aug 2018 - $86.00
For those that are not familiar, Sunny Rest is Clothing OPTIONAL everywhere except the Pools, there nudity is a requirement. They do offer a discount for AANR members. I do not believe there are any other discounts.
There are a limited number of 'transient sites' and they are generally booked well in advance. The 'F' area is probably the best for 'Rig Rigs'. The 'C' area will fit smaller RVs and Trailers. Most of these sites have sewer hook ups, fire rings and picnic tables. The sites vary from fairly spacious to pretty tight. Our site was not in the larger camping area, but sort of sandwiched in among more permanent units. They do have rental units here, not RV's or Glamping Tent or Cabins, but rather 'Motel Rooms'. Keep in mind that while they do have camping and RV sites this is not primarily a Campground, but rather a resort with Camping. There are homes, home sites and some RV sites available to purchase. The store has some clothing and snacks, but is not a typical campground store and does not offer RV accessories.
The amenities include: Sand Volleyball court, Tennis courts, A decent size pool, a conversation pool that is heated, an indoor hot tub. There are three bars, one is poolside, one is in the restaurant and one is in the nite club. There are a host of regular activities, Dance instruction, yoga, cooking contests, costume contests, and more. They have two nature trails, one is marked 'Easy' and the other 'Hard'. They are maybe a mile or so long through open woods. Everyone here is pretty friendly same as any other CG. - blues traveler