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8 RV Parks near Curwensville, Pennsylvania
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Curwensville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Curwensville in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $37.00
Very nice little park set on the side of a hill, stayed on 2 sites, #29, the first was a little difficult to get our coach level, but the 2nd site #27 was much better. Ground is gravel and as stated, mostly level, connections were good, water, 50 amp electric and sewer. The section we were in was "buddy" sites, meaning that each site was alternately facing in opposite directions, okay if your neighbor IS a buddy. The owners were both quite friendly and helpful, and worked hard to keep campgrounds clean and neat. Woodland is a tiny town with almost nothing, however the town of Clearfield, a mere 4 miles down the road had a lot! Walmart (looked new) some good restaurants, one we ate at twice (it was so good) was called China Buffet - good and plentiful food and ONLY $6.50 each! If you wanted more, the city of Du Bois was only 20 miles further down the road, a bigger town with everything. - Retired Wanderers
Jul 2018 - $40.00
This campground is a former KOA and is close to I-80 but I don't think we could hear the traffic at all. There are several pull-through sites tiered on a hill as well as a number of longer term back in sites plus many seasonal spots in the trees on the north side of the campground. Our pull-through site was level and utilities convenient. The WiFi was good. The primary feature is a small, but pretty lake that is filled with bluegill. The campground has fishing gear to loan to anyone who wants to get in of the fun. On Saturday the campground was full and there were activities for campers of all ages with wagon rides, a corn-hole contest, and other events. Then, since we were still close to Independence Day there was a fireworks show over the lake. I had no problem getting my satellite TV signal and my Verizon data was good. - nazpaz
Jun 2018 - $45.00
This is a smaller park. All sites are on a slight hill, but the sites themselves are nearly level. Sites are gravel with some grass. A lot of the sites are buddy sites where you are awning to awning with your neighbor so, unless you are camping with a friend, it could be a little awkward. Pond was clean and bluegill were easy to catch. Dog park was clean. Water was probably the best we've experienced, no odor or off color. There is a nice hiking trail in the woods around the grounds. - JillaRoo
May 2015 - $30.00
This is an old park. not fancy, but in this area this is the best value . It has electric, water and sewer and a lovely view. The local state parks do not offer the water & sewage, for almost the same cost. Its quiet, and the family that owns it are very helpful. - lynette47
Jul 2010 - $27.00
This is an old campground. After backing into my assigned site for an overnight, I checked the power. Volt meter read 8 volts. Discussed this with the owner and her comment was "I never saw anyone use one of those before". Was assigned a 2nd site and power at the outlet was 8 volts. Told owner I could not stay without power. Her comment was "I don't understand, we never had a power problem before". She was not happy, but did give me a refund. I would not stay here again. - dmoore1108
Aug 2018 - $33.00
Beautiful, remote location in the Moshannon State Forest. Wonderful hiking trails of all lengths and levels. Small lake for fishing and swimming but too small for long kayak rides. Great day-use facilities. We lucked into the best site in the park #89 which was shady, almost level and quite spacious. Other campsites not so much. We are in a 21' Class B so size is not an issue but we could see that bigger rigs would be quite cramped. No cell service (Verizon) so had to hike up the road about a mile each day to connect to the outside world. We just worked that into our daily hikes. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. - Debbie Collison
Aug 2018 - $38.00
Definitely a campground where it is smart to check out the site you want before you commit. Camp loop roads and sites are asphalt, and most sites are fairly level, though some will require more effort. Size and spaciousness of sites varies quite a bit. Some are in full sun and some have good sun-shade mix. There are a handful of full hook-up sites; the rest are electric only. Grounds are very well kept. Verizon service extremely slow and over-the-air TV antenna only picked up PBS. - aowcarol
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We had a reunion there, It is a nice campground, but a bit crowded. - yellowcanary1
May 2017 - $42.00
Very nice new playground and swimming pool on campground site. Volley ball net and basket ball hoop. Within Treasure Lake are two excellent golf courses as well as boating, fishing, tennis, pools and beaches. There are two lakes for boating and fishing and one called Little Flipper for fishing to be used by children only. Rental sites at the campgrounds have not been updated and there are few if any sewer hookups and many with older electric service. There are over 800 sites that are permanently owned and some set up as time share. KOA is in planning stages to take over the area so upgrades are coming! Cabins, many of them new, are also available for rent. If planning to stay do get there in daylight to find better site, and visit Treasure Lake site on internet so you are familiar with activities and services available in Treasure Lake within and outside the campground. Beautiful area of PA. - The Volt
Jul 2015 - $42.00
In almost 10 years of traveling with our motorhome, it's extremely rare for us to drive into a campground and then leave without staying overnight. This Cayman Landing campground was one of those rare occasions. The campground staff recommended that we choose one of the 13 full hook-up sites on the hill, available on a first-come, first-served basis only. Of the two sites that were suggested for our motorhome, neither was accessible. There were deep gullies at the site entrances and steep upgrades backing into the sites. While attempting to back into "the best" site, our front end bottomed out and cracked the front of the motorhome. The staff was unsympathetic to our situation and could offer no site to accommodate us. This campground should be avoided by anyone with a Class A RV. - Nancy J
May 2012 - $50.00
The worst campground of a month-long trip and the priciest. Lot beds are narrow, soft and rounded, not flat. Electric and water are WAY in the rear. Park isn't mowed and long-term tenants are apparently allowed to accumulate debris. Woodall's says full hookups and pull-through sites but we never found them. It's $40/night for members and $50 for non. Definitely NOT worth it! - cmclark
Jul 2017 - $27.00
Lots of repeat visitors stay here regularly. Most seem to be from not too far away. A very family-oriented state park campground. Lots of kids on bikes. Some sites have trail cut-throughs not on the map (i.e. 325 White Oak). The attraction of the park is the large lake and associated boating and beaches. Campground has its own beach. Camp store is very good. - kanling
Aug 2016 - $23.00
We stayed here twice this year so far. It has become our favorite campground. It's an hour away from home. Majority of sites have only electric, but they did add 20 or so, full hook up sites last year. We've only done 2 long weekends and electric only was fine. Would want full hookup if we were here for a week.
Dump and water stations are located just as you pull in with an additional fill up station just past the camp store. We only use the centrally located bath houses to shower, but find them clean. The showers are a little hot for my taste. You cannot adjust temperature, it's just a button that turns water on.
The sites we've been on so far are so level that I didn't need any blocks what so ever, just under stabilizers. Site is a paved back in with gravel and grass around picnic table and fire ring.
Lots of trails, bike baths, and nature walks daily. Beach was hardly crowded on a hot 90 degree day. Everyone we met was very friendly.
Camp host was seen several times picking up any litter. Park Rangers constantly patrol the campground which was nice.
Store sales pretty much everything, ice, firewood, groceries, etc. They deliver the firewood to your camp site if you purchase it there.
Good fishing for kids just past the beach area. Small fish but the kids love catching fish constantly. They also have boat rentals but we found them to be pretty steep in price unless you split with a group. Pontoon rental was $200 for the day or $50/hr. If you have your own boat there is a boat launch area just for campers but you will have to park your trailer in the visitor/2nd car parking area. I did see 3 sites that have additional parking for 2nd vehicles and or a boat. There are a few rustic tent only sites along with water front cabins available for rent.
Lots of people walking or riding bikes until dusk. Once quiet time hits, all you hear is crickets. Was very quiet considering the amount of campsites. - Newman252
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Camped on July 4th week end. Big Mistake!!! The park is like the Disney World of PA State campgrounds. Every oversized diesel pick up with oversized exhaust pipes and Harley's cruising though at all hours. Speeding through. People burning their trash and making noise all night. Kids I don't mind, we have 4 grown up now but, parents still need to control them. Multitudes of pontoon boats lining the marinas. And the camper store is like 7/11 and Walmart combined. DCNR gated until after 10 then gone, wide open. Told about fireworks prohibition but 7/3 was cracking all night with no one to control. Not a park to enjoy,more like a motel parking lot at the Jersey shore. Only good thing is location to Altoona area sites and if you do have a lake boat for fishing. - Kennest
Sep 2009 - $18.00
We could not get a site at Prince Gallitzin State Park, so we opted to stop here and see if they had any sites available. The staff was very welcoming and provided us with a choice of some spots to park with 30 amp service. There are several places to dry-camp and they have potable water and a dump station in the park. The camp ground has mostly year-round residents and a few park models, but was close to a small ice cream stand, mini-golf and pizza shop as well as a horse riding stable. The sites are wooded and other campers that we met were very friendly. It's not fancy, but will do in a pinch! - sfedeli
Jun 2014 - $32.00
Big grassy sites few shade trees. Limited 50 amp sites. Pick a site and pay at the store in town. Nothing fancy here but it is nice, quiet, and peaceful. We also enjoyed eating at the store cafe and talking to the locals. We were in town to see the elk and while we did not see them in the campground, we saw them up in the elk viewing areas way up on the hill. We enjoyed our stay and will be back in the fall. - houseonwheels
Oct 2009 - $27.00
This campground in in the middle of nowhere. There is no cell service or TV station. This is a get away from it all. We came here to view the wild elk that roam the roads and town streets. The site are pretty level and really big with really big fire rings.There were a lot of big motor homes here. There is water available to fill up your camper when arriving and a dump station when leaving. There is not a lot for the kids to do but mine said they would come back again. I enjoyed it here because of the views and you really are away from everything. It's great for family time. We had a 6x6 bull elk walk with in 10 feet of our camper one night. I cant wait to go back next year. - dmshultz
May 2018 - $35.00
One of our favorite Pennsylvania State Parks! Very clean with updated bathrooms. Some full hook up sites. Rangers have activities on the weekends. Free pontoon boat rides in the morning by the ranger. Nice lake for kayaking. Very nice camp store that serves food and ice cream. You can walk to everything from the campground. - Minniewinniefor4
Aug 2016 - $43.00
Full hookups available. Sites were large with ample space between campers. Could only get a cell phone signal standing in the road and it was still weak. Picked up NO TV stations with RV antenna.
Lake had limited shore fishing due to lily pads. Trout streams were very shallow when we went. Site 46 is across from T in the road, so at night headlights shined into campsite often. - direwolf2001
Jul 2012 - $21.00
This was our first trip to this park and it was well worth it. The campground is nice with almost all sites having at least partial shade. Some sites are a little too close together for our liking, but not many. The campground and beach have modern, clean restrooms and showers and each shower house also has coin-op laundry. There are a good number of pet sites and, from what we saw, there are no restrictions on where pets may be walked in the campground. The beach and campground store, which also serves some food, are within walking distance of the campground. The sandy beach is well maintained, having been combed each morning during our stay. There are no lifeguards on duty at any time. The park has quite a few trails, but the only one we walked was the bog trail. That is part trail, part boardwalk along the lake shore and through the sphagnum moss bogs which surround the lake and give its water a "weak tea" look. As another reviewed said, the road coming into the park is narrow and steep with one especially sharp turn. But, the park is in the mountains of north-central Pennsylvania! The road coming from Philipsburg and RT 322 is much better than Beaver Road from US 220. We will definitely be back to this state park! - JEH412