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26 RV Parks near Hokendauqua, Pennsylvania
We did however find 26 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hokendauqua. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hokendauqua in the left hand column.
May 2019 - $60.00
We really liked this park. Lots of trees and a stream runs through the middle of it. It was a bit tight to navigate the turns with a 43 foot coach but possible. - Tour49
Sep 2018 - $50.00
They took us on short notice on a busy weekend. Site was level but wet and muddy. Lots of nearby barking dogs and loud people. OK for a one-night stay in a pinch. - D-S
Jul 2018 - $53.00
This was an overnight stop home and it was a great place to stop. Our site was a back in and we did have to unhook for the evening in order to fit. There was a 9 hole miniature golf course that the kids and I enjoyed. We will stay here again if we ever come back to the area. - alnal90
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Says pet friendly but that's incorrect. I can understand not wanting dogs near the water for those fishing at high prices, or swimming. But the rules of where you can walk your dog are very strict. The staff isn't very friendly. And I'm sure unless you're a permanent fixture here, you're treated like crap. Sad, because it's pretty. But I doubt we will be back. I've been to so many other places in this state much much nicer. This one happened to be 10 minutes from home. I was hoping it could be a nice stay-cation. - Crystaljean
Apr 2018 - $32.00
Beautiful park with plenty to keep you busy. We went fishing at the lake, had a great time. We also played mini golf and after that we relaxed by the fire while the kids played in the arcade. I really like the fact that there is security at night and quiet hours from 11pm to 8 am. Its a fun place for the whole family. - paulyboy
Oct 2017 - $38.00
We stayed at Evergreen Lakes for 13 nights to visit family and friends in the area. This is an older campground that is mostly seasonal RV, older TT and fifth wheels. The first site we were put into was to low in the back for a motorhome, so the let us move to D46. The interior roads have a lot of low branches. While the wooded setting is pretty and quiet, it was not a big rig friendly CG and I'm only 35 foot. I saw voltages as high as 132 at night when the demand dropped due to cool nights (45-49) and few RV's had Heat Pumps. You are required to run your hot water on propane because of the 30 amp service. After my lengthy stay I came to find out that they have at least eight 30 amp/water/sewer setups right at the entrance in a stone area. I asked if they'd let me stay there if I come back and they said yes if it is after April and before mid-October. Unfortunately this is really the only CG close to the Bethlehem/Easton, PA area. On future trips I will return if I can stay in the open area at the entrance rather than have to be in the sites in the woods. My Rate reflects a weekly rate. I paid for 2 weeks for a 13 day stay as it was cheaper than there nightly rate. Cash or Check only, no CC. Staff: Friendly and Helpful Inner Roads: Paved/stone Site No.: D46, Wooded so No Satellite Site: Backin, Power and sewer were convenient, but water, cable were between our site and the one behind us, Site Level: level Power: 30a, 118-132v Water: 40 psi and lower depending on demand Sewer: No issues WiFi: No WiFi, but had 3 to 4 bars with AT&T Cell. - Russ G
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
Oct 2018 - $55.00
Worst experience we have had all year while traveling cross country, very trashy run down campground. I called ahead to check on Passort America rates and was told it was $25 so I requested 4 nights. When arriving we were allowed to pick from a number of sites and were told the 50 amp was the same rate so we picked the only one available to fit our 38 ft 5th wheel. When coming back to the office we were only then told that Passport America only covers the first 2 nights and then were told that in fact 50 amp was an extra charge. They obviously are just trying to get people into their nasty campground and get as much money as they can from them once they're there. This campground is not even worth the passport America rate. It is 90% "seasonals" which have obviously been there for many years and are covered in junk and stayed in by people who look like drug addicts. We feared things would be stolen if left outside. Save yourself and pick somewhere else. - BrittanyFenn
Sep 2018 - $25.00
Gravel sites, many speed bumps, roads in bad shape (once paved), very poor campsite layout. Sewer hookup was 1' high, hard to get that to work. Water was actually in next site (dual hookup), electric (30amp) was way behind site, fortunately I have very long 50amp cord. Reg price $45, quite expensive for what you get. One night only and won't be back again. - travelingjerry
Jul 2018 - $32.00
The roads into the park are good, once in the park there are pot holes and some tight turns. Check in was fast and friendly. The park has a very run down feel to it. Most sites are permanent and not very well kept up. There is a fair amount of litter on the roads. Over the weekend it was very noisy with lots of partying. There is a pool, and numerous other activities, along with a catch and release pond. We were in site 118, a gravel pull through, end site. There is a picnic table and fire ring. Site was level with full hook ups. No issues with any of them. WiFi was very spotty. Verizon signal was good. We stayed June 14-18, 2018 and paid $32 a night. - BarrettsHappyTrails
Jul 2018 - $43.00
We have stayed here a couple times over the years. They are a little unique in that the 'transient' sites are mostly Buddy Sites. Not bad if you are traveling with friends and Family, but it could be an issue if your neighbor is not to your liking (or you theirs!) We had more than ample space for our 40' A and my brother's B. While we usually leave the park each day and tour the area, this time we never left. It was quiet and the weather was just about perfect. One other 'oddity' is that the pool is OVER THERE meaning it is a hike from any site in the park. It's nice, just not near anyone. This is neither good nor bad, just different. We will definitely return here in the future. One more oddity, we don't get any OTA channels here, but right next to us my brother had about 15 channels! Weird that! - blues traveler
Jun 2018 - $47.00
A gem of a park. Quiet. Clean. Gorgeous views. Many seasonals so there are activities, a mini cafe and store. Sites aren't too level so bring extra levelers - but it's worth it. - mac2school
Jul 2016 - $39.00
A very nice and quiet campground people very friendly. - dakotaroxy
Sites: 10 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 2 Reviews
Jul 2008 - $25.00
Served its purpose of being near the Allentown area. If full, the sites are very tight but fortunately, we were the only RV there. Nice swimming pool. Miniature golf course available. Grounds of the mobile home park are very nice. Campsite is just a gravel driveway. - Siestacheryl
May 2007 - $25.00
Parking is on gravel. Easy access. Good electric. - cat3126B
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 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
Jun 2019 - $43.00
Have stayed before several times just for an overnight. Stayed one week this time to visit family in nearby Reading, PA. Very pleased. Laundry a little strange. One washer and dryer in the men's and lady's bathroom each but more than adequate. Was in a 30 amp row, power good. Water pressure a bit low but OK. Not far from Allentown to the east and Reading to the west. Little college town of Kutztown pretty neat. Worth wandering through. A couple of "dive bars" very close to campground. Both had pretty good food and reasonable prices. Camp store pretty well stocked. Will continue coming back if passing through or visiting family. One thing to watch out for... When you leave the campground, vision to your left is limited by a hill. Oncoming traffic may not see you and you may not see them. Just be careful. - MissingLinc
May 2019 - $52.00
Right off the interstate. Nice size sites. They keep the campground very well maintained. I just felt it was a little pricey. Sites were very level. - archbarb
Sep 2018 - $50.00
Situated in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, alongside I-78 (you do hear some road noise), is Pine Hill RV Park with its wide-open spaces and long, level sites complete with a picnic table (fire rings are available upon request). Check-in was quickly accomplished at the park office building in which a well-stocked store is also located. In addition to RV sites, the park also has cabin rentals, a very large recreation hall with game room, miniature golf, horseshoe pits, and a huge grassy play area complete with a swing set, slide, and volleyball court. If satellite reception is important to you, you will want to request a relatively tree-free site, as the majority of the park has beautiful mature trees. We did not use the laundry facilities nor the showers, so we cannot address any comments toward those. While staying at the park, we did drive an hour to Hershey, PA to attend the Hershey RV Show. For our short-term stay, Pine Hill served our purposes very nicely. - HRTravelers
Aug 2016 - $41.00
This park is difficult to get to. Do not approach from the north if over 11'6" as there is a covered bridge of 12'1" just before the park entrance.
From the south (Hwy 563 and Covered Bridge Road), the road has some low hanging limbs but we made it at 12'7" by going in the opposite traffic lane occasionally.
Owner is extremely friendly and helpful.
Park has many permanent residents, but the RV section is separated from them.
Might not stay again due to difficulty getting in and out. - durham4926
Aug 2016 - $45.00
The campgrounds is an older established park that has many seasonal campers. The seasonal sites have some units with a lot of junk outsides and many RVs have seen better days. The shorter stay sites are in a lower area near the creek. These sites are a mix of pea gravel, dirt, and grass. These sites are narrow with hookups behind. Most units needed sewer hose extensions to reach the outlet. The pool area is very nice and there is a nice playground for younger children. I thought the campground is not a good value since it is pretty worn and basic. - linnemj
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Rate depends on length of stay. Seasonal sites are separated from the transient sites. Room for my 36' 5th wheel and tow vehicle. Only campground in the area with full hook-ups. Staff is very nice and will work hard to accommodate your needs. Historic mill and covered bridge on site. Tohicon Creek runs through the campground. Very quiet during the week. Fills up on the weekend but folks have always been nice and followed the campground rules. Lots of activities for the kids on weekends. Nice clean pool. Play area. Would definitely stay again. - Smokeyfl