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7 RV Parks near Kittanning, Pennsylvania
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Kittanning. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Kittanning in the left hand column.
Aug 2012 - $35.00
This campground was OK overall. Beautiful location and scenery. Clean Friendly staff. Decent game room. Mostly seasonal and pipeline workers staying there (very few weekend campers). Paddle boat and row boat were out of service. No activities planned the weekend we were there. Early morning heavy equipment noise from nearby strip mine. Lake "beach" was overgrown and not enticing (they are adding a pool this year, though) - Jmark7
Aug 2019 - $36.00
We stayed here for a couple of nights to visit Indiana and it was perfect for our purposes. The place is almost all permanents but people were friendly and it was fun watching the kids play. We had a full hook up right next to the bathhouse, which did not bother us at all. Our site opened to a nice hill with a tree and a cornfield at the top of the hill. It was nice for letting the dogs play. I did not regret not getting a creek side site, I think our view was nicer. The campground wifi worked great but our AT&T service was spotty. - janci
Aug 2016 - $16.00
Campground is mostly populated by annual visitors. However the grounds are very well maintained. Mostly grass sites with water and electric. We stayed for two days at mid week. It was very quiet with weekenders starting to arrive on Thursday. Verizon cell signal was strong. There are some shade trees but was still able to get a satellite shot. We did not use the showers, however they appeared very clean. The dump station is easy to navigate.
We would definitely stay here again. - rjohnso3a
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Nice park for an overnight stay but I would not like it for an extended stay. We were told that they did not have full hook ups - water and electric only. I did not like the lay out of the park requiring an angled back in. Many of the seasonal sites seemed to be overly crowded. We did not stay to experience the recreational amenities of the park. The owner's were enthusiastic, friendly and helpful. - Dewey Smith
Jun 2019 - $40.00
Nice little campground, probably one of the nicest private campgrounds I've stayed in. Owners live on site and are constantly working making things even better. Sites available under trees or wide open. Sites are not tabletop flat but most are well within range, a few will take more effort to level. Watched a 35'-ish motorhome back in to a site just today, a few spots from me. He was in and level in five minutes. Beautiful tent sites with privacy, some with electric. Catch and release lake with paddle boat and canoe rentals. Kids' playground. Sand volleyball court. Planned events (campground hosted a nice Father's Day brunch recently.) Very well equipped camp store with attached small cafe (great milkshakes!) New game room. Heated pool. Laundry. Very well equipped live bait shack that sees a lot of local traffic for those fishing in Keystone lake (1/2 mile away). Free wifi that for the most part works pretty well, I clocked about 750K speed which is what they advertise for free). Higher speed (about 4mb) available for purchase. Cell service works but spotty. In my 50 amp rig with both ACs and the dryer running voltage is steady at 120. Regarding big rigs, I'm in a 37' fifth wheel and had no trouble with plenty of room for my truck once disconnected. I saw 40' fifth wheels and 37' motorhomes. I used to own a 38' motorhome and would have no trouble at many or even most of the sites. The sites in the open area would easily take even the largest motorhomes or trailers, the upper wooded areas are doable but tighter Definitely coming back next year. Note: following a GPS can be problematic in this area - it will get you there but might route you on some not so RV friendly roads. The campground is on highway 210 - get there from highway 422 or highway 85, do NOT take Fisher Farm Road or 1st, 2nd 3rd or 4th street or Sagamore Blvd from Rural Valley through Sagamore. Sounds complicated but it's not, just have a quick look at Google maps before you head up. - JaimeT
Apr 2008 - $21.00
We had a blast...lots of family activties, lots of stuff to do,fishing, boating, great people!! New managment seems nice, clean bathrooms, and showers, and updating the place...rates have gone down for 09 season..have camp store with just bout all u need for fishing, and camping...call them you wont be dissipointed!!! IF YOUR NOT CAMPING AT MILTON LOOP YOUR NOT REALLY CAMPING... - chel
Sep 2007 - $24.00
Don't let the so-so website fool you, this park is a real gem. Located next to an Army Corps. river/dam recreation area, it used to be owned by the county, but a really nice family took it over two years ago, and they're doing a stellar job keeping it lovely, clean and green. Campsites are HUGE, and there's lots of room to roam. They offer lots of fun activities, and it's a good central point to explore Amish country PA. There are 12 seasonal campers but their sites are super clean and nice. This is the best place to stay in this part of PA. We were nicely surprised. Patronize it if you're in the area, you'll enjoy it. - LiveWorkDream
Nov 2018 - $33.00
A well-named campground! It is located on a flat spot on top of a mountain. That gives it great views of the valley. Gravel back-in spots around the edge of the campground with pull-throughs in the center. Sites are gravel surrounded by grass that gets soggy and soft in the rain. The road to the campground is a little bumpy and curvey, but no problem to navigate. You can ignore the warning on their website that says Exit 14 (Bull Creek Road ) is closed. It is open. They provide a hose with a sewer connector to drain gray water down the side of the mountain and provide free honeypot service on Wednesdays. The restrooms/showers were closed for the winter so you have to use the residential bathroom in the basement of the caretaker's house. There is also a single washer and dryer in the basement. Friendly, helpful staff. Convenient location to see the sights in Pittsburgh and close to shopping. - Chuck Shrader
Sep 2018 - $27.00
Traveling in a 38 foot coach we stayed 5 nights in a site for big rigs during the rainy season. We were in the back of the park and had a beautiful cliff view, but it was so not worth it! The site was a mud pit (no gravel). We were stressing over our back four tires sinking deeper and deeper. They do have a couple sites that had fresh-gravel (in the center of the park but with no view. I wouldn't recommend staying on the outside-loop if you plan on being there in rainy conditions. Do not stay in the back if it's going to rain until they re-gravel those sites. The park is flat so it looked like most of the sites were level. Our satellite worked great here. The management is very nice and the park is located in a quiet area. If you have a dog there's ample area to walk your pet. On a side note: Today we live in the age of wifi technology and there is nothing to stop this RV park from investing in doing wifi properly. For some users (such as ourselves) wifi is an important feature. - JDC10
Jul 2018 - $45.00
I must say that of all the campgrounds we have stayed in over the past 5 years, Mountain Top had the best scenic views, without question. Even though we had some damp weather, sitting at the picnic table in the evenings, watching the sun set over the horizon was the highlight of the day. Now the blueprint. The CG is not convenient to the major highways, but sleeping at night with the windows open and without the constant drone of trucks on an Interstate highway was very peaceful. The local roads are not the best, a little hilly with lots of turns, and the driveway to the CG is mostly gravel, but we had no problems getting there or departing. There is no bathhouse and most of the sites do not have sewer, but there is a dump station which was not an issue getting to or using. In fact, the CG has a sewer hose attached to the dump station so all I needed was my clear sleeve to watch the flow...no fuss, no muss. It appears from signs posted at the office that a bathhouse is planned for the 2019 season, as is Wi-Fi. There are no activities or swimming pool, so the few children we saw were riding their bikes. As the CG is on the top of a flat hill, the sites with trees and shade are the ones they call the rim sites, which are around the outside perimeter, and are gravel and very level. The sites in the middle of the field have no trees or shade, but for those who need satellite reception, they will work. I must admit that the two nights we spent here on our way west were quite nice and if in the area again, I wouldn't hesitate for a minute to stay here. - Love To Travel 2
Sep 2011 - $20.00
This is an Airstream-only park run by a non-profit organization. About 20 sites are available for transient visitors; the rest are occupied by leaseholders. Annual leases are about $600 per year. Non-Airstream owners are welcome as guests of residents or Airstream transient visitors. The transient area is open with little shade, while all other sites are heavily shaded. Verizon doesn't work here but AT&T does. Wi-Fi reaches most of the park. The park is about 4 miles from Interstate 80 near Clarion PA. - silvertube
Sep 2019 - $42.00
This park is divided into two parts. One part for mostly seasonal and the other for short term transients. You use the facilities of the seasonal such as the pool, laundry, and showers. The park was well maintained and pleasing to the eye. The is very serious speed bumps in this park. Nice they have handicap showers (not often seen by us), The handicap shower has no lip to get into. The other showers worked well and were very clean but small. The sinks would dispense water so long as one pressed on it. Site: They will escort you to the site and were quite helpful. Sites were a little drop off the road and could have been more level. Site are set up a side-by-side and connections at the back of the site, and for us on the wrong side. We needed an extra-long coax for cable TTV, and an extra hose for water. Cable and OTA worked well. You pay a little extra for 50 AMP (we didn't have.) The speed bumps going into the campground need to be taken most slowly. The facilities pool/showers and grounds are very well maintained. The park offers activities and entertainment that we found to be very good. - KevinIrish
Jul 2018 - $36.00
Stayed at Buttercup over a long weekend while one of my kids had an event near Cranberry, PA. Conveniently located close to Pittsburgh with only a short drive which is why we even tried this CG. Checkin was a breeze. Staff was very friendly. They had an Xmas is July party where gifts were handed out to children if you supplied the gift. My 6y/o is still confused why Santa was here in July and brought a gift for her. Pool was nice and not over crowded but there was a chill in the air with mild temps during our stay. Campground is primarily seasonal. Nightly spots are separated from seasonal and sort of in a field. There is a large field near nightly for kids or activities with a playground on the other end. Since separated from seasonals no golf carts flying by. It was pretty quiet at night. My only knock on the place is sites are grassy. No carpets so dirt and debris was tracked inside. Sunken ground from repeated use however made our spot almost level. Only needed one lynx leveling block. We were in a corner spot and due to how hookups are set up they informed me they will not fill the spots on either side of us. They told me to park my truck in spot behind us. Was 25 ft from water hookup so I barely made it using 1 water hose but I had more just in case. If they would've filled space behind us our hookups would've been basically under their canopy. Wouldn't have been a problem though if we were with a group. I see why they don't fill those 2 spots and I'm glad they don't force people into them. I credit the CG for that. Spots are big enough and not crammed in. Wife said restrooms near pool and office/store are clean and nice. - Newman252
Oct 2015 - $36.00
Is geared towards seasonals. They have over 200 seasonal sites and about 15-20 visitor sites. Owner is very nice and personally escorted us and helped us park. It was reasonably close to Pittsburgh and we were visiting family, that's why we chose it. When we pulled up we stopped at a gate to enter the park, we were told to back up and go up a dirt path to the visitor sites. The seasonal sites are behind a gate and surrounded by a fence. We felt like an afterthought and an outcast. For the weekend it was us and maybe 4 other RV's, but they parked us all close together. The sites are laid out oddly, the electric and water hookups are on the opposite than most other campgrounds and we had to run the hoses across our site. The sewer hookup for the next site was super close to our picnic table and fire pit (like within 6 feet) The sites were very narrow, we could not fit out truck in front of the site, even perpendicular. The neighbors had a fire and they were so close I was afraid of our tanks exploding. We asked permission to receive mail there and they allowed it but didn't notify us that anything arrived and seemed annoyed when we asked. The restrooms were clean, we had to walk quite a ways around a building or else jump the fence and walk through the seasonal side. Lots of options for the area, we probably wont stay here again. Price was comparable to others. - sbrigga315