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21 RV Parks near Mount Cobb, Pennsylvania
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of Mount Cobb. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Mount Cobb in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $47.00
We were met by the owner as we pulled in to register. Very friendly and accommodating. The site was great as we were requiring a pull-through large enough to accommodate our 35' travel trailer without disconnecting. The TV wasn't the greatest, but everything else was good. The view of the lake and the surrounding area was fantastic. Nice place to stay for a couple of days. - Lemon Drop
Sep 2018 - $48.00
We wanted a long easy pull through so we would not have to unhook. Just an over night stay with no problems. - goldsp8
Sep 2018 - $42.00
This campground is located on a small lake. Be sure to follow the directions on their website - do not use GPS. Location is a few miles from the interstate along narrow county roads. Park was clean and staff are very nice. Most of the campers seemed to be long - term. Phone and Wi-Fi are limited and TV was almost non-existent (I could only get two channels). Overall nice and worth considering. - farmboy25
Aug 2018 - $35.00
"Secluded", very well named. This is pretty much one of those seasonal, mostly weekend getaway type of parks. There are spots arranged around 2 small swimming ponds, but they all seemed to be taken by seasonal renters. Some spots were very well maintained, others gave the term "trailer park" its bad reputation. For the most part, it was pretty nice looking. We reserved a spot over the phone, very clear about the size of our rig, but when we checked in we were told we'd never fit and were put in the pull-through field in back of the office. We had a lovely view of the work barn and the log splitting operation. Really just an open field. Satellite worked, no antenna TV, and no usable Verizon data service. I had to drive out of the park 10-15 minutes to get my phone to work as a hot spot. Also, it's about half a mile down a very, very dusty gravel road. Our toad was unrecognizable. We didn't sit outside. The spots behind the office are in an industrial setting, people buzz by joy riding in their golf carts, the horse shoe pit was right in front of the rig, men swearing like sailors "F this and F that", so overall it was pretty miserable. If you're a local looking for a seasonal get away, have at it. If you're a tourist, I recommend looking elsewhere. - Florida Don
May 2005 - $30.00
This is a very small campground taken over by a new owner with ambitious plans. He also recently purchased waterfront property (Lake Mocatek) to expand the 45 sites to 100+. The very friendly owner greeted us as we entered the campground and told us to drive around and pick an open site. He very patiently and with humor put up with me changing my mind not once but several times, even after I had him cut down a limb in a site that we ended up not using. All this before we even settled the bill. The campground was friendly and it was quiet. During this Memorial Weekend, we saw the owner working hard on several different projects. We used this campground as a base to visit a relative and we noted other campers using it as a base as they used the local recreational facilities (Lake Wallenpaupack). There were also seasonal campers here. We look forward to returning to this campground to witness its growth and changes and we wish the owner success in this endeavor. - Tulirose
Aug 2018 - $80.00
Great time. Labor Day weekend stay. Got there on Friday and realized the next morning that the campsite being out friends was vacant. Immediately contacted the office which allowed us to move to a campsite that was closer to our friends. Lots of activities for the whole family. - wheezer01
Aug 2018 - $60.00
My family has an RV, but we didn't all fit, so I rented the "Pre-Civil war Cottage. It was so gross, filthy dirty. I could not sleep there the first night because there were bugs and spider webs behind the bed headboards. Management sent a cleaning lady the next day to clean, and yes, she cleaned behind the beds, but the cottage was still gross. This place needs a major overhaul. it is so dated. Old furniture, old cottage. Holes in the walls. Lots of bugs inside. Gross. I used to come here 25 years ago with friends and we rented the "Island" in the middle of the lake. They have done nothing to upgrade the house on the island in at least 25 years. Jeez........with all the money they make, you would think they would upgrade the cottages. The deck had spider webs all over. It should be screened in. Cant even sit out there or you get eaten alive by the bugs. One of my daughters and two of my grandchildren left early because they were so grossed out by the place. And the rental fees for water activities is outrageous. I mean, I paid nearly $1,400 for six days in that gross cabin, and I also have to pay to use the canoes, etc.? The price I paid for this dump is just highway robbery. I paid the same price to vacation in Aruba in luxury. The camping grounds themselves we just okay. So close together with other campers. It rained for days and there was so much mud, two family members slipped and fell a few times on the mud. You have pay 25 cents for five minutes to use the showers. REALLY??? And lastly, the owners are workers are NOT very nice to kids. Twice my grandkids were yelled at by one of the owners, and one of the workers. You can't jump in the pool or bring ay water toys in. I can understand no diving, but jumping? Too many stupid and unreasonable rules. We will NEVER return to this place. - Linda11004
Jul 2017 - $60.00
This campground has a HUGE population of seasonal campers. There seems to be just one loop for all others. It is Big Rig accessible but definitely not Big Rig friendly. One turn onto a main road into and out of the campground was extremely tight. No place to park rig for registration except the main road where it was difficult for other vehicles to get around you. We remained in this precarious position for a long time as there was still someone on our site even though it was after check out time.
Very limited sites for our 39' rig. Ended up in site 56F a back in site which was downhill from the road. Most sites had some grass or a good layer of gravel. This one did NOT. After 4 days of rain you can imagine the mess. Sites are very narrow and close together. Wifi was non existent at our site. For cable you leave a $50 deposit for a cable kit that hooks up to your TV. If you can't get to the back of your TV (new rig built ins) to get to a coaxial connection you can't use cable. We just happened to have an extra long length of coaxial to rig a bypass. - wisewoman
May 2017 - $31.00
Campground: Road access off I-380 can be tricky on most direct route, as there is one bad, tight, dipped turn in the small town that big rigs should avoid. My RV GPS did correctly route us around that. Stayed here in the pet loop in a 33-foot long fifth wheel. Not too many pet sites in park. Had a 50A only site. Campground road is paved. Crushed stone sites, fairly level, with good spacing between sites and scattered mature trees. Watch out for dead branches though. Sites had picnic table and fire ring. Water availability is a real drawback. One place to fill up tanks at dump station on entry road to campground, and I can see it getting very congested and backed-up there in prime season, same for using the dump station on way out. (Was a cold rainy week in early may for us, so we had no issues.) In campground proper, water availability even worse, with only places being at restroom building and at stand practically in the camp hosts site. Very long walk for those on ends of loops. Bathrooms were clean, with good hot water and showers. Had laundry machines there, but we did not use them, so no idea if they are working and maintained. Looked new though. I might stay here again in off season, but not in prime season. Park: Loop trail around lake very nice, can be hiked or biked. Decent size lake for kayaking or canoeing, and of course fishing. - We Roamed and Rambled
Sep 2016 - $27.00
It was a nightmare getting to this park. The gas took us off exit 199 on I-81 and so does the parks own reservation site, but THE ROAD HAS BEEN CLOSED FOR NEARLY A YEAR. We had to back up about a quarter mile to get back onto I-81 because there was no place to turn around. I had called the local office and was told to check I. At the big brown building, but our rig, which they were told was 40' couldn't make the circle by the offices, requiring another backing up and another phone call. We were told that was the correct building but there was another checkin at the campground. I was told with the senior discount it would be $25.50' but when we got there I was charged a$31 after the discount. We checked in on a Thursday afternoon but the ranger charged us for Friday rates because we were leaving on Friday...then said it was a computer glitch and finally agreed with me. She then said it would be $23 and she would bring the refund to our site. A different ranger came with a receipt showing $27 and stood there arguing with me because the lady had made another mistake and asked to see if I "really" had been charged $31....he wouldn't take my word for it. The woman at the gate told me that based on the price of our rig that $31 should seem cheap to us. Anyways, we got to the site and it was nice, but our experience had already been ruined. - Ginny H
Sep 2015 - $32.00
We camped here over Memorial Day weekend. We had a back in site next to the restroom. They have large deep sinks outside of the restroom so it is easy to wash dishes there. Sites are very shaded and tend to be narrow but no problems to get slides out. Very quiet campground for a holiday weekend. The lake is large and has easy access if you have a boat. Pool was closed at our visit because they are doing repairs to it. This wasn't our first visit here and we will be going back again. - joinpa
Jun 2014 - $33.00
This rate reflects a Senior discount (appreciated!) and a $10 change fee when we had to change dates. We were in the loop numbered 1-50, and there were cabins and a yurt. The electric was good, but we would have appreciated water and maybe sewer. The bathrooms were clean. The roads were pretty tight, but they were paved, as were the sites. The sites were heavily wooded, not too level and our loop was not big rig friendly at all. Travel trailer or smaller class C would be OK. TV antenna reception was OK. The park is beautiful, but the campground was pretty empty. but I think they would be busier with water and maybe sewer at the sites. It was good for our overnight and we would stay there again. - R&S
Oct 2018 - $40.00
Big Rig Friendly. This is a trailer park that the owner is adding RV sites. Our site was gravel, spacious and level. The owner was very accommodating. Currently this is a no frill park. Safe and secure, just what we need. Streets are wide. Full time residents are friendly. - Lama79
Sep 2018 - $28.00
We camped here in a nice long pull thru that faced the woods...It took awhile before we found our campsite. Make sure you take on water prior to leaving the ranger station as there is none at the campsites ! Grass was high but then again it was in late September...not sure when the park closes for the season. - Trucker 2
Sep 2018 - $25.00
I will try and be as accurate as possible about what is going wrong at this park and still get it posted by the rather heavy handed censorship of this site . I have camped here for decades . Ive seen some changes over the years . Some good and Some not so good . Keep in mind there are six camping areas at this park . I just spent the Labor Day weekend in the Deerfield section . There are barking dogs everywhere . Saturday night and Sunday night there were some sites full of intoxicated people . The 2 car per campsite rule is not enforced so the place looked like a refugee camp . The six person per site rule seems to be forgotten as well . There were a few loud radios during the day but thankfully were turned down at night . The campground host does nothing but occupy a free campsite . There are far less ranger patrols than there use to be . These situations have been gradually becoming more frequent in the past few years ever since the current park management took over . Again , this is for Deerfield and not the other areas although we did walk through the pines campground and it looked pretty bad with overcrowded sites and lots of cars everywhere . But we still managed to have a good time and I must say the quiet hours were in fact quiet . - GDM
Aug 2018 - $30.00
This is a beautiful park, lots to do. Hiking trails, water activities, swimming and biking all in the park. My review is on the camping section we stayed in. We stayed in the Beechwood section, PT1. The best two spots for privacy and lots of room are PT1 and 3, at opposite ends of the this park. Gravel driveway with grass and woods on this spot. We had electric only, water was from hydrants placed through out the park. One washer and dryer, front load. Same old issue with all camp grounds, people leaving stuff in them for hours. But the washer did an excellent job washing some very sweaty clothes from hiking. When you check in, a fill station is in the parking lot, use it as the roads are narrow and to fill in the parks camp grounds is tough. There are 5 sections of campgrounds, some with electric, full and no hook ups. You can ride your bike to all different sections, roads are pretty safe. We have ATT, and no cell service. Also no antenna TV. BUGS are an issue, no bug spray we had could discourage the mosquitoes. We were literally run off a trail by herds, flocks and swarms of them all over us. We were told it was a very wet year and they are bad. Dogs are off leashes on all trails we went on, 6 trails. Suppose to be leashed, but same all story with many camp grounds. Pets are only allowed on certain sections of the camp grounds, we were on the edge of a no pet section, meaning you couldn't walk your dogs in that area, so when you look for a camp site be sure to mark pets. Applies to cats too, we have one. The dump station across from the campgrounds has a bit of a steep section, check it out before deciding where to enter. An owl hangs out here due to the lake next to the dump station. - hiker13
May 2019 - $43.00
This campground is in the middle of nowhere. Sites are mostly taken up by seasonal weekenders. The road is steep and gravel. There is one toilet half way down the campground. The only showers were up at the check in. Walked up the hill to them, carrying our stuff only to find there was no water. They were darkly lit and unappealing. There is another campground 2 miles away that is not listed on this site that has to be better than this. Highway robbery for the prices amenities. - PF Churchill
May 2017 - $25.00
Stayed during Memorial Day weekend which was very busy. Overall the park is very rustic but the bathrooms and showers are clean. The pool seemed clean. There's a large playground with basketball hoop, swings & sea-saw for kids. The staff was very nice, readily available and helped as needed. The staff was very easy-going and accommodating to last-minute requests and upgrading.
The site is a mixture of overnighters and people who stay with their RVs for the season. With all the campsites full on the holiday weekend, it was very tight. Power and water are available at many of the sites, and others are primitive.
I think this would be a very nice campsite on a quieter weekend. The game room was older with a pool table, air hockey & pin ball machine. It is not a campsite with Wi-Fi and all the amenities. Don't expect hours of entertainment in the game room. It's the kind of campsite that you would relax by the fire, perhaps read, nap on a blanket in the field, play frisbee & enjoy nature. - CamperKim
Oct 2016 - $36.00
Directions to the campground were confusing, making it hard to find. It is quite a distance from grocery stores and gas stations. When I telephoned for assistance I got a recording. The facilities were minimal, the on-site staff was hard to find, the office was unattended and there was no answer at the posted telephone number, some of the interior roads were very steep, sites were heavily wooded. Our site a pull-thru horseshoe and not quite level. I would say that it was barely satisfactory for a short stay. - tweymouth