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16 RV Parks near Elizabethville, Pennsylvania
We did however find 16 campgrounds within 25 miles of Elizabethville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Elizabethville in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $55.00
Stopped here on a whim on a Friday afternoon holiday weekend because we did not want to get into traffic around Harrisburg. If you are looking for a packed trailer park with sites as close together as possible. I was surrounded by 4/5 fivers that partied until 2:30 AM. Most expensive and worst campsite ever in 50 years of camping. - Ronald Meadows
Oct 2018 - $25.00
We stayed here in our 40 motorhome. Sites vary, but we had a level site on hard packed gravel. Entrance from the south is easy, but from the north you have to drive a mile past then loop back around. Seems to be a lot of seasonals, locals, some groups came through during our stay, but everyone was very friendly. Well maintained, a lot of hard working people here. Our Verizon cell and mifi worked fine. The ferry wasn't running during our stay due to heavy rains. There's nothing close by in terms of restaurants or groceries, but if you plan ahead that shouldn't be a problem. The location on the river is beautiful with mature trees, very quiet at night once the road noise dies down. We would stay here again. - Roaming Together
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Check in was met with teenagers learning/teaching another employee the computer system. During check in we were not offered a map, a list of activities, nor any direction as to where our site was. The camp store is up flight of steps and was adequate. Firewood is sold in the camp store. There is an onsite walkup window ice-cream store which was neat. The site was level and needed no leveling blocks. Utility pole had electric, cable, and sewer. Water is shared with site 243 in front of your camper so ensure you bring extra length of water hose. Bathrooms are directly across from the campsite and are clean and shower water is hot and relaxing no matter when we went. The bathrooms do not have a power vent so several times we went in and the mirrors were fogged up. This campground has a very lax alcohol and smoking policy. Staff did not know what, where, and when the activities were going to be held without looking at the board of which the activities did not start on time anyway. The campground is a stop for the ferry boat which is very cool and walk on to Millersburg is very inexpensive round trip. It is well worth the money and time. The ferryboat can handle cars, vans and light trucks. We walked on. While in Millersburg there is Daniels Diner which has great coffee located a short distance walk at Center and Market Streets. Wife and I enjoyed sitting on the benches overlooking the river from the campground. We did not make it for sunrise or sunset however only could imagine that would be great to take in. Make sure you have everything you need there are no big box stores (Walmart, Home Depot, Lowes, ect) close. - Coleman Pop Up Family
May 2015 - $25.00
I kept asking if our 35' fifth wheel would fit; the man avoided answering. I would have really liked it if he told us that the campground was RIGHT before the 13' 6" bridge. We were at a standstill staring at the bridge when we noticed the campground sign. We managed to fit, but it was not easy. The campground road is uneven, dirt/gravel, narrow with low branches and wires strung at a nail biting 13' 6". The three riverfront sites that we had to choose from were not delineated; it took us a while to figure out what was a spot. There were water spigots here and there. There were more wires strung across the 'sites' that were definitely lower than 13'; they were attached to boxes and outlets nailed to trees providing 15 amp electricity. We backed into the only one we could maneuver into as far back without hitting the wires. Luckily we did not stick out into road, but leveling was the most difficult we have ever had to do. Even just walking around was tricky. We ran an extension cord about 50' to get our electricity and about 30' water hose to get water. Full hookups means that you can flag a guy down to pump out your tanks. In general the place was unkempt and littered. Being on the river was nice and peaceful (except for the train that is about as close as the river). They provided a fire ring and picnic bench; it was way too buggy for us. There were lots of birds; we got a great view of a woodpecker who landed on our window. - MichelleKry
Jun 2011 - $21.00
This is an older campground and as the name says a fishing camp located right on the river. The store sells bait, tackle and rents boats, canoes and kayaks and will provide transportation for float trips. The campsites obviously get flooded and the electric, water and cable are raised above flood stage. The sewer system is individual holding tanks at the sites which are pumped daily on weekdays and there is a dump station. Electric is 15 amp. The cable TV had a good variety of channels and worked well. Local over the air channels were limited to one network and two other channels with poor reception. Verizon has a strong 3G signal. The roads are shale and dirt. Some sites have concrete pads and a picnic table. There is one old cinder block building with toilets and showers and some portapotties. - trailertraveler
Oct 2018 - $40.00
We only stayed one night at this CG so did not really explore it very well. Easy on and off the interstate (5 miles). Large CG with a variety of different sites - some back-in, some pull-thru, some full hook-up and some not, etc. Lots of seasonal sites. Very well kept and maintained. Lots of amenities, especially for kids - large pool with slides, dog parks, restaurant, even an arcade! (I think some of this is only open in the summer.) Plenty of room to walk your dog. We would definitely stay here on a future trip. - virginianola
Oct 2018 - $45.00
Nice and clean RV park. Very well maintained. Significant full-timers/seasonal residents. Lots of kids running around who were respectful and no issue. Quiet hours were well respected. Had one of the nicer camp stores that I've seen. Cute little diner attached to store (didn't eat anything so can't say how good it was). Had multiple dog parks which were nice. Used the laundry services which were clean. Many activities going of for the smaller kids. Was there after the pool season, so can't comment on the pool facilities. Had slides which I'm sure would be nice when using the pool. Lot was pretty level and was next to large open space-- so had plenty of room for the dogs. Nice park with no issues. Wouldn't hesitate to stay there again if in the area. - StonewallFarms
Oct 2018 - $39.00
This park is very clean and has many good services. The check in was fast and efficient. Our site was level and had good spacing. The bathroom and showers were great. Each shower is in a separate room with a toilet and sink in addition to the shower. The wi-fi worked fine. The disc golf course is excellent and a real surprise. I also appreciated the multiple signs on the road leading to the park. There is an excellent camp store and a state park with bike trails next door. I would definitely stay here again. - lancecamper
Sep 2018 - $57.00
This was our second stay at this park. We stayed here for the RV show in Hershey. They provide a convenient shuttle to the show. We were in Site 30. Its a back in next to the creek. It has a concrete pad. Very nice site. Luckily we had a nice weekend with no rain and no threat from the creek. Unfortunately they have been flooded 3 times this year. The park looked good under the circumstances. They have a nice convenience/camp store with a nice menu of food that is very reasonable. Hubby had wings and i had a cheeseburger that was delivered to our site. Nice dog park and plenty of area to walk. Easy on and off 81. Even though they were booked full this weekend they left sites for weary travelers. They have many pull through sites. Had a nice visit with the owner on shuttle. Very nice family owned and run park. - handette
Jul 2018 - $48.00
This is a nice koa. Set up for campers with kids. River & kayaking. Great little short order grill & ice cream. Small market & store w fishing, camping supplies. A fantastic laundry room. A VERY hard rain fell flooding the campground and a wonderful woman ( employee) with rubber boots and shoulder length gray hair woke me in the morning to see if I wanted to stay. I chose to leave. Backing out of my site. She was joined by a younger woman. They stuck with me and made certain I was clear and no other campers were in danger. Nice park great employees. But without kids you might be spending foolishly. Gravel hard on dogs paws. I will stay here again. - Road Dawg
Jun 2018 - $45.00
Pros: Nice laundry room and shower/restrooms. Unfortunately it ends there. Cons: Welcoming staff not friendly at all. This campground serves food and they boast a large sign featuring hand-dipped ice cream in several flavors. But the same staff person said "We're out." We ordered dinner to be delivered to our site: broasted chicken, potato wedges, macaroni salad, and baked beans (cold). The chicken bordered on being burned; very overdone and dry! It was inedible and we threw it away. The "side" servings are not 4 ounces, they are 2 at best. Nothing was worth eating, just avoid that. Needless to say, I don't recommend this KOA. - sssccckkk1952
Oct 2014 - $42.00
Clean park and friendly staff. Not staffed all the time. Short on amenities and small, but overall it is nice. Firewood is readily available for $5 a wheel barrel full. - Donulus
Jul 2011 - $38.00
Love this RV park. We had our campsite right on Penn's Creek. It was nice. Shade, grass and blue stones. No dust. No much going on, but if you don't want to be bothered and just relax, this is the right campground. - Heidemarie
Jul 2011 - $38.00
Small, neat campground but with only one pull through. Big rigs can get into backin sites. There doesn't seem to be anyone on site so we pulled into the pull-through in our 45' coach. They make it easy to fill out the registration form and leave the payment. Wi-Fi didn't work after a storm came through. We were told that it is busy on weekends and since you can't speak to anyone, you don't know if you have a reservation. Could be a problem. Would stay here again. - Team Asphalt
May 2018 - $36.00
Our spot was not big rig friendly, even though a pull thru 50ft . In order to have more space between the road and your door, you need to be up close to the trees, however, makes it difficult to level with the drop off. Need 6"-8" blocks for front stabilizers. Watch being to close to the trees if you have driver side bump outs, be aware there are trees and foliage on that side. W/E in the middle of the site, double check you have enough line to hook up. #1 Host site, #3 difficult for long rigs to back in due to hill on other side of the road 5 & 6 are right on top of each other if your with friends perfect. #6 best to go in opposite direction to park, #22 very close to the road. 7-13,34, 36 going down/up a steep hill, hence leveling blocks needed. 40 floods. 8, 22,24,38 all pull thru and all face the road. 24/38 at least have some foliage between your door and the road. 42/43 FULL SUN, paved FHU spots, near bathhouse. - BRS-PA
Aug 2017 - $35.00
This is probably Pennsylvania's best-kept secret campgrounds. I understand it used to be privately-owned but was taken over by the state. The campground is on the side of a mountain but the sites are dead-on level. A new--when were there--bath house is immaculate. We've stayed there twice in a truck camper and now--having moved into a Class A Motorhome--will be back again. - Racer and Friend
Apr 2017 - $37.00
This time of year, the campground is self service. You must make advance reservations. We travel in a 40' motorhome towing a car, so we had picked a pull thru site. These sites are not really big rig friendly. They are not level. The best big rig sites are 1,2,34, 36 and 38. These sites are back in but they are large and level with water and electric hookups. There are also 2 paved handicapped sites near the bathhouse which are meant for folks with handicapped permits. The campground is up a steep hill from the main part of the park which offers fishing, boating, a water park, playground etc. As others have noted, these amenities are not walkable from the campground. A new and very nice bathhouse was built last year. - Pktva
Feb 2019 - $59.00
It is an expensive campground for what you get, but it is very convenient to the Hershey attractions. Reservations require a two night stay but we only needed one night so we simply pulled in. There was snow on the ground, roads were cleared, but no sites had been cleared, so I had to shovel my site out.
Pull through sites are short and close together, with utilities at the end of the site. Fine for our small trailer, but some would have trouble. All utilities worked as expected. Site was gravel and level. Roads were good and easy to navigate. There is a very busy rail line next to and above the park, but except for the train horn blasts, the area we were in was shielded from most of the train noise.
Shower house was clean and well appointed. Only interacted with staff on check-in, and they were friendly. There were few amenities available at the campground this time of year. - Cyclonic
Sep 2018 - $75.00
We stayed 3 nights and attended a concert at HersheyPark. The staff was great as was the office and camp store. Our site was a little short for our 38footer but plenty of room between sites.You will need extra water and sewer hose due to utility placement. Our site was level and graveled. If you are going to a concert or to the amusement park you can't beat this park. The shuttle bus saves you money and hassle from having to take your vehicle to the Park. It was expensive to stay here.. I don't know if they raised the price for the concert weekend or not. As always convenience and location is not cheap. Would definitely stay here if going to local attractions. - Shady Spring
Aug 2018 - $79.00
Campground was perfect for our needs. Restrooms were clean and easily accessible. Electricity water cable TV and sewer were perfect. Best part about the campground is shuttle bus to Hersheypark. We stayed in a back inside next to a creek. - stanner17
Mar 2016 - $43.00
We had reservations and arrived to a closed office at 12:45 on a Monday afternoon. We called 3 different numbers trying to reach someone. We finally did and were told they would arrive shortly. By this time we had found a "nite check-in" service and along with instructions from the lady who returned our call, walked the campground looking for a site with services. We were told to look at sites 10-22, which all have full hook-ups at this time of year. Only one of these sites was anywhere near level - but large trees everywhere (and narrow roadways) would make it difficult to pull in and out of these pull-thru sites. A little gravel and a grater would go a long way towards fixing many of these sites. After walking the campground for 15 minutes and still struggling with where to park, we decided to leave. We will not return to this campground again. - Kemptvillekids
Dec 2015 - $16.00
Rate is figured on a months stay. Being in December can not judge how park is during peak time. Parked in area that has services available year round. Sites very close. Many permanent residents. Transient sites look to be much larger. Manager very nice. Can see they are attempting improvements. - phyllen
Sep 2015 - $43.00
This park is now called Jonestown AOK Campground and has been under new management for the past year. They are working on bringing the campground up to date. That being said, it looks like they pay the bills by allowing lots of older trailers to stay permanently onsite.
We needed a spot for one night on the Monday night of the Labor Day Weekend. We could not find cheaper accommodations so we picked this park as it was on our route.
The RV site was fine for us: it was level, had an adequate electrical service, water pressure was good at 50 psi, the sewer was fine but most access points in the park lacked a good sealing cap so there were sewer odors at times.
It was mostly quiet while we were there except for the locals leaving the park at 4:30-6:30am. We were located on an end site near the exit road. It appeared to be the transient RV site area.
If this was a Passport America park we would stay again. $22 would be more appropriate for this type of RV park. - Howard Jaros
Oct 2018 - $55.00
2 night stay on way down south. Campground is next to highway so there is road noise louder the closer you are too it. There is a military base close by so occasional fly overs. We were told that Air Force one does touch downs here at times. Site gravel, level, flat with full hook ups. Lots of trees for shade. Pool is still open. Staff friendly and helpful. - CindyL
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Good Location, nice small park. My site was very unlevel, both downhill and side to side. Most of my neighbors had their tires off the ground, trying to level. - RVDolly
Aug 2018 - $56.00
This is a nice clean park and a great place to overnight. We are just passing through on our way to Maine, but I've heard there are a lot of attractions in the area. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here longer in that case. The staff person on duty was very friendly and helpful and offered to lead us to our site, but the roads were smooth and easy to navigate so we declined her offer. Our gravel site is neat and level. All utilities are nicely placed for easy access. The electric service is steady with good voltage. The water pressure is good, the sewer port clean and accessable. Refreshingly after the last park in which we stayed, the WiFi service here is quite good. Also Verizon service in the area is strong. The park cable TV worked well. Didn't try the OTA service. I agree with another review, they offer a very nice dog play area here. All in all this is a nice place to visit. We would not hesitate to return. - Airstreamers