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46 RV Parks near Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania
Nov 2018 - $50.00
Big park with lots of spots. Has three bath houses. Went during the fall, so the pool was closed. Gated entrance which they close at night. Need a code to enter after hours. Went to East Stroudsburg to the Escape Room and had fun. - Yamileth Karina
Oct 2018 - $1.00
We stayed here to start our winter escape from New England. As Thousand Trails members our site we free. There were a fairly large number of sites to pick from and they were plenty long. However several park roads were very tight for maneuvering our 43' fifth wheel. We were saddened that the attendant in the office at the time of our visit was less than helpful. All in all, we'll stay here again on our return. - BluesmanG
Jul 2018 - $1.00
This is a large campground with plenty of nice, full-hookup, 50 amp sites. The roads are all paved and wide enough for RVs. There are many pull-through spots as well as a great number of back-in sites around the parameter. Generally speaking, the campsites are plenty long enough for even the biggest rigs. While they aren't exactly on top of each other, the sites are pretty close side to side. Many big rigs head for the "top" where there is plenty maneuvering room and no trees to block rooftop satellite dish usage. The pool is a nice one and well used, especially on the weekends. While the restrooms in the Activity/Store building are nice and well-kept I was disappointed in the condition of the others. They were worn and often in need of cleaning. My Verizon data was slow but usable most of the time. However, we opted to pay for campground WiFi for the week. It was fast and reliable. Also, I was able to get my Dish satellite signal with no problem. While there are plenty of campsites, it should be noted that a lot of sites have been taken by seasonal campers. The drive in (and up) from Hwy 209 merits a mention. The roads, Winona Falls and then Timothy Lake are narrow and pretty steep. When coming in pay particular attention when turning off of Winona Falls onto Timothy Lake. Oncoming traffic on Winona Falls isn't visible until you are right at the the left hand turn. That traffic doesn't have a stop sign. When leaving the campground that same intersection puts you at the bottom of a steep hill, requiring a full stop before turning right onto Winona Falls. In other words, keep your transmission in a low gear and keep your speed way down. Then, be sure you can see traffic coming from your left before committing to the right hand turn. Having said all that, I don't want to scare anyone about coming to this campground. The route in is only 3 miles and literally thousands of RV's have made the trip in. This is a nice place and we look forward coming back. - nazpaz
Sep 2019 - $22.00
This is about as primitive as you can get and still have electricity and water. There are a few 50 amp sites, many of the electric are only 20 amp. Sewer dump station has been improved to allow better access, but does NOT have a hose connection to rinse motor home holding tanks. The end of the rinse hose is not removable and not usable for motor home tank rinses. Sites are difficult to enter, requires multiple tries to enter (for larger vehicles). - travelingjerry
Aug 2019 - $20.00
Well, we didn't end up staying -- just drove away from $125 worth of paid for campsites. Made reservations by phone for my 30' trailer and my sister-inlaw's 27' trailer. Checked in, went to sites. Mine was in a dead end and the way the trees encroached on the site made it unusable. My SIL's site was 10' shorter than her trailer. Reassigned to new sites. Mine okay but SIL's site narrow and entrance framed by substantial trees. Near impossible to get into and would require maneuvering against traffic to access. Normally not a big deal but, at Dingman's, the campground roads are extremely tight, especially the turns and there is no way to back down in a head to head meeting. Took numerous shots to my a/c from low branches. Finally surrendered and moved on. Of course, no refund as "they had accommodated us. Great place for small rigs. A real challenge for larger. - n2916s
Jul 2019 - $32.00
OMG ! This place looked like a refugee camp in some third world country somewhere over the 4th of July weekend. There were campsites with 5 tents on them next to campsites with more tents on them as well. Multiple cars parked every place and the bathrooms and showers were gross. Way way way too many people are allowed per site here no matter what the rules might say about it. Its may very well be a decent place to camp during the week but it seems to get over run on weekends. - GDM
May 2011 - $50.00
This Place is Great. I went up There with a few friends for Memorial Weekend. I took my 08 Itasca Latitude. They had many spots available to house big rigs like mine. Staff was great. Parts of the campground where under renovations. Apparently this place is under new ownership. They are doing an amazing job fixing this place up. Sure to be a hidden gem in the near future. I use to come to here when I was a kid, have been back in years. I really am thinking to grab a spot now while they are still available for such a cheap price. I will be back for the Fourth of July for sure.Thumbs up! - RvRanger
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This was Labor Day. The roads were a war zone. The electric was 30 amps. The water was in a Boil Advisory. The pool was heavily chlorinated and the "beach" was closed and had been for years as we found out. The staff was arrogant and belligerent. The internal newsletter was filled with "don't" do items. For this, residents pay $3,000 a year in fees and taxes plus could not use the land they own more than 1/2 year, as we were told. We have felt more welcome in WalMart lots. It is cheaper to be a guest but why would you want to? - _LongTermCamper
May 2015 - $25.00
We couldn't wait to get out of here. The rest rooms were old, smelly and had slippery floors. I slipped and fell in one. "Rustic" would be an improvement. Outhouse is more accurate. The roads were pot whole riddled dirty. The staff was arrogant and downright nasty to us and to owners in the campground. The security left of with the feeling we were inmates. - _LongTermCamper
Oct 2010 - $10.00
This is a very large campground with many seasonal campers that need some care. The interior gravel roads are poor with many pot holes. The electric was good, but the water was on a boil advisory. The few sites for the traveling persons are very wooded and hard to back into, too many trees and roads very narrow. There is no over the air TV, no cable TV, and satellite is difficult to set up. We would not camp here again. - corky506
May 2019 - $55.00
First, as a Thousand Trails member, I didn’t have to pay. So far, after visiting 6 rv parks, I do have to say, this one is on the bottom of my list of nice campgrounds.
First the good: there are lots of sites here and the grounds range from being near neighbors to more spread out in the valley. There are lots of trees and the roads are paved which makes it perfect to ride your bicycle. The playground is great for the kids. They have a nice pool.
Now the bad: it’s a run down campground. It doesn’t look like they have not done any maintenance to the place. The bathrooms look like standard park bathrooms, the general store barely has any items. The kids arcade and activity center has 4 arcade games and barely anything to do but the ball center. The main activity center is closed down. The building that used to hold the water park is abandoned and clutter everywhere. The lake and gazebo have been vandalized.
Also note, if you want peace and quiet, stay away from the tent area. Those who stay there are more of the NY crowd and are very festive.
All in all, we had a nice time. No problems at all. - Yamileth Karina
Jun 2017 - $1.00
We had one section that had seasonal cabins in it to ourselves for 3 days the week before 4th of July weekend. The whole park was pretty much deserted. Internal roads aren't bad. The road leading in was hilly and curvy but not impossible with a large motor home and tow vehicle. - mrracechaser
Jun 2015 - $1.00
Litter not picked up, dumpsters overflowing, grass needs mowing, camping sites need police call, roads need repair, tree branches need to be picked up. Maintenance people driving around in golf carts and sitting in them doing nothing. Management not supervising the workers, and there seems to be no standards that have to be meet. Buildings smell musty. Will not be returning. - gafidler
Apr 2012 - $35.00
This campground is a full nature park! Very primitive sites, but spacious! Hiking was plentiful and other campers very friendly. - jugs6686
Aug 2011 - $20.00
I have been camping at this forest, mostly with groups, since the 1950s. It remains quite rustic with no RV facilities. Sites are located in two separate areas. There is one area by a pond that is on grass and will permit you to pull through. Roads can be narrow and you should discuss the area with the ranger before picking a site. Wooden cabins are also available. The park contains a beautiful lake with wonderful swimming, and is next to an excellent athletic field/playground -- a major attraction. While water supplies are not at the campsites, there is a spring fed pump that gives you some of the finest water in NJ. People come to the park in off hours to fill their bottles. The park is open year round, but don't expect immediate help if you are trapped there in a snowstorm. There is a nearby RV dealer, Escape RV, which offers excellent parts and service. Also nearby is Jumbo's, a super restaurant for comfort food and ice cream. - rvwanderer
May 2016 - $7.00
Permanently parked RV @ 2500/yr., The nicest most helpful staff, sites are private and wooded, PLUS great facilities, lakes, pools, etc. My peaceful place. Was always a beach guy until I discovered Harmony Ridge last year. The other campers are wonderful friendly folks who make me feel like I've gone back to a better time. The main building has a small general store for camper needs. I would recommend a carbon filter inline between hose and hookup, as there is sometimes sulphur water. Perfectly healthy, but can get a little strong scented.
Highly recommended! - Joe Chartreuse
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Only campground we've seen that charges per person ($15). Great price for 2 persons, not so much for a family of five or more. Campground gave us a great site by the pond. Staff was very friendly. Our site was electric (30 amp) and water only. Electric outlet was worn giving a loose connection. Owner said my plug was the problem but I've used it since in other campgrounds without a problem. Sewer dump is in front of office and can be difficult to access if vehicles are in the way. We were in the area visiting relatives and would stay here again. - halfdimes
Mar 2014 - $30.00
Evaluating this park is tough because everything was frozen. The host did talk us through getting lost on the way to it and got us "unstuck" to get out of the park the next morning. For friendlineess/helpfulness they definitely get an A++ for 2 tired travelers looking for a place to land in a season of ice and for that we are very thankful. - ralinda
Aug 2018 - $50.00
These reviews giving this place 2 stars are because of it being heavily wooded and therefor making it a little tricky in places to get around in a 40 ft motor home - So what? For the rest of us with 5th wheels , travel trailers , or tents have at it. It's wooded and shady and feels like a campground in that way. The pool was nice and it was clean too. Staff was friendly and it was quiet with no huge groups holding fiestas when we were there. If you have kids they will enjoy their stay here. - GDM
Jun 2018 - $56.00
Staff was friendly, but the speed bumps, trees and rocks...ugh. Sites are wide enough but the roads are narrow and trees/rocks really hamper the ability to back into them. And be sure to get a token should you be outside the gate once the office closes! - Mommajeet
Jun 2017 - $50.00
We stayed here for two nights. The staff was very friendly. The park is heavily wooded and the campground is quiet. The bathrooms were clean. We didn't use the showers. Our site was clean and wide. The pool was clean. The game room consisted of 4 arcade games. There are a lot of rental trailers and cabins. We walked around the park and saw a park model camper that had obviously not been used for years. There were branches on it and it looked bad. That's not what I expect in a resort. Will we return, probably not. - bwco
Sep 2016 - $40.00
To say it was a Hooverville would be polite. Filthiest restrooms I've ever seen in a campground. I asked the person who checked us in where would be the best place to view the Delaware Water Gap. Her reply, "I don't know; I just work here." There's cable TV, but you need to call cable company days in advance to set up. I was only there 1 night and that was too long. Avoid this place if you can. - NJMom
Aug 2019 - $80.00
Rented an on-water lakefront back-in spot. Great facility hookups, have very good Internet and TV access. Immediate access to water on lake for launching boat and with pull-up on-bank boat shore storage. Shore fishing is very popular and productive; can shore fish at night with lighted bobbers while enjoying campfire with family. Many campers use bikes within the camp grounds. No electric rental carts offered. Thoroughly enjoyed 10-day stays with son's family/grandsons with their RV adjoining lake-front parking spot. Our family has done same now 2X per year for at least the past 5 years. Love the campgrounds with all its many service offerings and activities for adults and kids, many good reasons for going back. - Ron Layton
Jul 2019 - $54.00
Getting back to Otter Lake was the hardest part of the journey. Do not take 209 Business but take 209, from Interstate 80. Marshalls Creek Road is a two lane, pot hole road that leads back to the camp and we didn't look forward to driving it with or without the trailer. Even at 15 miles an hour, as the posted speed limit, it was hard on us and on coming traffic that seemed to think the speed limits were just recommendations. Otter Lake is a busy campground where children can and do have independent fun away from their parents. We had a pull through spot that needed leveling but the entire campground slopes down to a lake so you expect some issues in setting up camp. The spots are close and you may have a Class A motorhome next to a "tenter" but no one seems to mind. There are a lot of permanent camp spots but for the most part they are well kept and not mixed in with the weekday visitors. There is a nice sand beach and swimming area and the hike around the lake is beautiful, saw a bald eagle in flight over the lake. Camp store is more than sufficient, there are rental boats for fishing and paddling around the lake and lots of activities we didn't stop to enjoy. We were in an area without sewer and the dump stations were busy and somewhat difficult to use. One was on a hill and so not sure how well you could drain your holding tanks. Both forced the user to park on the wrong side of the road facing traffic and there were some difficulties in getting by some of the big rigs. Most spots on the lake were for permanent campers but there were a few available for overnighters, if you were lucky. We added an extra night to our stay because there is so much to do in the area and the campground made up for the difficult road coming in. - WindRiver
Jul 2019 - $70.00
Beautiful wooded resort park. Great for families. Tons of activities, kayaking, sandy beach on the lake, pool, etc. Very woodsy with paved roads in the park. Sites are flat with fine gravel surface. Would have loved to stay longer. There are some extended-stay campers but everything is neat & well tended. Had to back between trees into spot but it wasn’t a problem. Might be challenging for supersize motor coaches. - R_Hill