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10 RV Parks near Mount Jewett, Pennsylvania
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Mount Jewett. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Mount Jewett in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $41.00
Most GPS devices have problems finding this campground. Go to the campground website to get the GPS coordinates. This campground is located approximately .4 of a mile north of the intersection of Route 6 and Route 219 - Lantz Corners. The current owners took over this campground in 2012 and have made numerous improvements. Some of those improvements are a new water well and new 50 amp power pedestals. Checking in was confusing, we were offered a discount and a free ½ day, Not sure how our discount was calculated or where the ½ worked into our rate. In fact I don't think we did get a discount. Their website does not list rates so there is no way to verify our rate. Even with a weekly rate that ended on a Saturday, we were charge more for that Saturday. We were also told 'to be fair to others' if we used more electric than we should, we would be charge for electric. Charging for electric on a weekly rate is not the norm. We were never told what the 'used more than we should' amount was. When we checked out we were told we were OK on electric usage. We used 127 kwh during our stay so I guess we were under the 'more than we should' limit. In twenty years of camping this was the most confusing check-in ever. Our site had good power, 128v on each leg of the 50 amp service. Water pressure was 48 psi. Our site was level but mostly overgrown gravel and grass. All sites have a picnic table and fire ring. For satellite users sites 6, 7 and 8 are the best choices for either Direct TV or Dish. There is a game room/meeting with Air Hockey, Fosse Ball, table tennis, a pool table and tables for a group meeting. The campground is kept clean and mowed. You find a fair amount of seasonals , but those are kept well maintained. Overall the campground is very quiet and peaceful. - ETB
Sep 2018 - $36.00
The park has lots of trees and level ground, gravel roads and grass sites. Park host very friendly. The campground had lots of rain recently and several sites were soft or hand standing water. Host showed me the site he thought would be best and safest to use. There is cable run to the sites but a sign is posted saying cable not available. Could only get PBS stations over the air. Very good Verizon signal. Host said good ATT signal as well. - gandalf42
Jul 2017 - $42.00
This RV park is located on 219. The RV park is well groomed, the bathrooms were clean. They offer many pull through sites and can accommodate larger motor homes. The sites are level and shaded. There are many seasonal campers here and most sites were maintained. They offer several playgrounds but the putt putt and shuffle board were run down and unusable. Washers are $3 and dryers $1. Wi-Fi is only available at the office and we couldn't access any TV channels. Water pressure was good. The owners live on site and are very pleasant and accommodating. They are working hard to revive and maintain this campground. We wouldn't hesitate to return. - mghow
Aug 2016 - $24.00
We stayed here for two nights. There are mostly locals that come out for the season. We were met by a gentleman at the office and he imediately went over and mowed a lot for us, and was very pleasant.
There are not very many spots for big rigs, but no one was next to us on one side, so we had lot's of room. We had no problem finding this campground located a couple of miles off the main hwy. You will go down a treelined road once you turn in, but just go slow. Very quiet at night. We wish the front of the campground was a little more maintained. - Dawwg
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Very good park for a few days. Owners are really great. Power good W/E/S on some sites. Have to call. Not close to stores but OK. - smittys
May 2013 - $30.00
The managers of this park have been steadily improving the park since they purchased it twelve years ago. It is primarily a family-oriented permanent site park, but has a few transient sites available. The entrance to the park is a somewhat rough and narrow road and the park is adjacent to a federal prison, but once inside provides a comfortable, if rustic, setting. Our full-hookup site provided 50-amp electricity and easy satellite TV access. The campground Wi-Fi worked well. The full time tenants in the campground generally maintain their sites well and were friendly to visitors. We were there for a holiday weekend and were impressed by the good behavior of the many young people who were there. - seeyajohn
Jul 2007 - $26.00
New ownership - lots of nice upgrades. Coin Commercial Washer & Dryer in bathhouse. New cabins and bunkhouses. - SteelersFan56
Jun 2006 - $26.00
It was beautiful, quiet and super friendly. Only a few miles from Kinzua Dam; swimming, boating, and fishing. Close to New York state border and the Salamanca Indian Reservation Casino. - SteelersFan56
Jul 2018 - $60.00
Lovely, Small park. Three gentlemen run it - all related. The older gentlemen can be a bit... grouchy. The younger two are super nice. When we booked we were told (in February), that we could not have a buddy site (where trailers face each other for friends camping together). And again when my friends arrived ahead of us they were again told they could not pull their class A to face ours (they had long enough hoses to accommodate hook ups), however a few minutes later they asked the two younger guys who were very open to the idea. Lots of times we saw the younger too patrolling the park in their tractor. When we arrived, we were given detailed instructions on the best way to get our large 5th wheel in. I would say there are too many low hanging wires. And cable would be nice (since in the forest you cannot get sat signal nor TV signal for those rainy days). Cell signal was one bar inside the CG - a few on the outside edge (for info). Park was overall clean. CG Office has a serious case of mold / mustiness but no one is staying in there. I did find it pricey. However, since it was pristine and such a great location (20 min to warren (and Alleghany hiking trails), 20 to Bradford, and 35 to Kinzua bridge), we will definitely return again. Be advised - this is in bear country and bears are common in this campground (along with the usual raccoons, chipmunks etc). Here you cannot leave any food out etc. - ciara
Jul 2015 - $45.00
The camp has two sections, an open area that is close to the office and swimming pool, and a lower wooded section with seasonal and some transient full hour sites. There is also a cabin loop in the wooded section. The camp is clean and the grounds are well maintained. We did not use the swimming pool, but it looked clean. If you have children, this campground, unlike most KOA'S, did not appear to have any scheduled activities, but it worked well for the two of us. - User3295
May 2014 - $47.00
I never doubted a KOA until we visited this site. The Olympic sized pool that was suppose to open on Memorial Day weekend was still closed the Tuesday after Memorial Day and is a Vry small pool- no where near Olympic sized. The half basketball court had a lot of cracks and weeds. The playground was two very small young child oriented area with a swing inches from the fireman's pole (dangerously too close). Both of them shook when kids were swing. Older gentleman had no idea what movie they were playing, no activity list at all (verbal or written) anywhere. We go to the movie and free cotton candy and it is Frozen in a 'garage' with the sun glaring across an old 32 inch TV. The second night we were heading to playground and heard a movie playing, we didn't even know about it. They 'ran out' of cotton candy! Want to discuss unhappy campers? We headed to the game room. Had to ask for them to turn the power to all the games on. I was helping my daughter (6 yrs old) with her quarters and the machine took one of her quarters and the woman behind the cash register told my daughter "that is what happens sometimes"! Bad customer service! She won two stuffed animals and they were dirty and had stains on them- ewww! Very clean game room and laundry facilities. The dog park is an island of grass with a doggie dump. Boring and disappointing first camp of the year! - Camping Mer
May 2018 - $25.00
Campground has nice staff and it has good tables and rings. Premium site 45 and the one next to it had lake access for canoe or kayaks or swimming. The sites could use some new gravel or pads. Lots of exposed dirt so it would be muddy if raining. Roads in/ out were good. Shower/ toilet facilities are adequate and looked clean. Some ANF trails and most ANF facilities need major renovations to bring them up to State and National Park equivalence. ANF has been neglected for far too long. Some trails are challenging and slippery/rocky. Traffic in the area was light in May. Campground was peaceful and my premium lakeside site (45) had a narrow trail to the lake so you could put a kayak in or go swimming (at your own risk). The ANF Kinzua beach was underwater and closed and looked neglected. - Marc Williams
Jun 2016 - $31.00
It was very easy to reserve a site online. We arrived late so we just went to our campsite, which had 50amp electric and water. Within a half hour the campground manager came around and greeted us, very friendly. She was knowledgeable about hiking in the area and directed us where to find info. There are only a few (maybe 5 out of 98) full hookup campsites there and none of them have a lake view. Site 49 is the closest to the shower house and across from the camp host. The campground was quiet and well maintained. I have Verizon and had no cell service but we were okay with that. You have to drive almost all the way back into Kane in order to call someone. The whole area felt very remote to me which I thoroughly enjoyed. We found plenty of hiking in the area and saw a lot of wildlife. If you are a birder we saw grouse, scarlet tanagers, rose breasted grosbeak, indigo buntings, hooded warblers and Redstarts. The showers have good pressure but you only get 3 minutes of hot water until you have to come out of the shower to push the button again. The shower house was clean. Overall, we had a very enjoyable stay and would came back. - Hiker_Couple
Aug 2015 - $24.00
Narrow roads to get to campground, but worth it. We had site #77 reserved for 2 nights but were unable to level our motorhome inspite of additional wheel blocks. Pull through site, but quite a slope. Trailer would not have a problem. Swapped for site 85 which was level, but no electricity while we were there. Sites #43 and 40 are the very best - level and direct path and view of the lake. Campground host very friendly and knowledgeable. Some concern about bears in the campground but we never saw any. I'd have no concern camping an any site in a trailer, popup or 5th wheel; but I'd estimate only 1/3 of the sites are level enough to be reasonable for a motorhome. There is a $10 fee to swap a site for another. Scenery is beautiful, stars incredible, and bathrooms surprisingly nice. - AndersonFamily
Aug 2011 - $28.00
Incredible campground with lots of room and shade. Allegheny National Forest facility. Be careful of the bears visiting the dumpsters and be smart with food storage at camp. Sites vary from primitive along the lake to full hook ups near the front of the park. Tons of attractions in the area that mostly include the National Forest lands. We'll definitely be back. - BNickel
Jul 2019 - $20.00
Tough for large units. Owners are helpful, friendly and informative. There is a babbling brook that runs down the center of the campground. Campground has a list of local! attractions. - Bill w/bus
Oct 2018 - $31.00
Beautiful setting and grounds very well kept. Helpful, friendly staff. Sites are quite close but being end of season the place was pretty empty and very quiet. Must be a jumping place in the summer. Bathrooms and showers are clean and functional but nothing fancy. Site was mostly level and right next to stream. Would stay again. - Vjcchi
Oct 2018 - $31.00
Beautiful setting and very well kept grounds. Very quiet since it’s the end of the season. Probably a jumping place in the summer. Clean showers and bathrooms but nothing fancy. Helpful friendly staff. - Vjcchi
Jun 2019 - $36.00
We stayed here the first week of June in a 30' travel trailer. The rangers were very friendly and helpful, and things were reasonably quiet (during a weekend). We stayed in Site 122 in the C loop, at a 50-amp site. The drive in was easy. The sites are located on a hillside and as such, many were unlevel. We could see where backing into some would be a real challenge - like ours. Registration during the week was at the admin building about 3 miles from the campground. The only water access was at the check in station at the campground (none of the water access sites at the campground had any way to connect a hose - not even a water thief). Those entering the campground during the weekend had lengthy waits to fill their tanks. The sites here were very spacious and separated by tall shrubs and trees - good privacy. There had been quite a bit of rain here in the previous week but the mountainous terrain and good run off kept things from being too muddy. We had zero cell phone signal at the campsite. There was limited signal at the north end of Quaker Lake as you made the turn onto high way 280. We were not able to get any channels of OTA TV. There was no WIFI in the campground Bugs did not seem to be an issue unless you hiked the trails. The recent rains seemed to bring the skeeters to life. There were several trails for hiking, but the rain made for some muddy trekking - especially on the 3 sister's trail. Others were closed because of obstructions (trees fell during a storm). The camp store across from the admin building had a good selection of gear and some high priced firewood (it was dry though). Good ice cream!! I am not sure that we would be back to this campground again. There were equally nice CGs a bit further south in the Allegheny National Forest that could be a better value. - Capt Gerry
May 2018 - $31.00
We stayed in the C-Loop of Cain Hollow while attending an event in the park. The actual site was level side-to-side but the front to back needed some adjustment so our front wheels weren't floating in the air. There is no sewer or water at the sites, but the park does provide water spigots throughout the campground that you can use to fill your fresh water tanks (I had 125 feet of hose which reached the spigot so we didn't have to move the MH to fill). Except for the rain, the "sleep-ability" was quite good. Well, except for the folks next door who felt that paying for a campsite for the weekend gave them the ability to act like they were at home, using adult beverages to excess, bringing in all of their friends, and partying way past curfew, even in the pouring rain. We decided to give them until 10:30PM (30 minutes past quiet time) to shut the party down, but when it didn't happen, I tried to call the Park Police, but alas, no cell service. So it was either get dressed, drive to a spot with cell service and make the call, or hope that the drinks wouldn't hold out much longer. Fortunately they called it quits at 11:00PM, and it was quiet the rest of the night. We left early the next morning for an event and saw bottles, cans, paper, food, dog dirt, and cigarette butts all over the site. By the time we returned later that afternoon, our neighbors had departed, but failed to adequately clean the site. We notified the park so the next patrons using that site wouldn't have a dirty mess to clean. - Love To Travel 2
Sep 2016 - $27.00
Stayed in the "A" loop in Cain Hollow. I needed a clear view of the night sky for stargazing, and this entire loop met that requirement. It was absolutely awesome for this, as the campground is a grassy field on a hillside.
A campground on a hillside creates a difficulty in terms of making level sites. This campground was constructed in a way that overcomes that challenge - mostly. Nearly all sites have some degree of slope, but they have a front-to-back slope rather than a side-to-side slope. This is much easier to compensate for in an RV.
Restroom and shower facilities were spotlessly clean and in a nice, modern building.
The price I paid was for a site with 50-amp service (which I didn't need). Prices are less ($25) for 30-amp service and even less ($19) for non-electric. Unfortunately there were none of the cheaper sites that had the open sky that I needed. - eduJamesE
Sites: 101 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 4 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $27.00
Boater Paradise, Kinzua Reservoir just off campsite, when full you can dock near your site, launch is in park. A family favorite for over 30 years, well maintained trail along edge of reservoir, canoes and kayaks for rent or bring your own. Power boats of all sizes welcome.
Could update power for 50 amp camper needs, marginal for 15,000 BTU a/c use. 1 walk up site equipped with septic and water.Two water stations could be better equipped with hose attachable spickets water located for convenient use. - Tony1725
Jul 2015 - $27.00
Very nice park. Very few electric available without reservation on a Monday night mid-July. Friendly staff gave us a choice of sites and found one that worked for the night. Very clean restrooms and a nicely maintained park as a whole. Well spaced between sites, with groves & trees. Would return. - garmp
May 2009 - $23.00
If you are looking for a place to “Get away from it all” then this is it! Tucked neatly into the northern part of Allegheny National Forest, Willow Bay is just south of the New York State border and easily accessible from NY 86/17 Southern Tier Expressway. We spent Memorial Day weekend on site #64 in Hemlock Loop which was a level paved pad set above a rolling spacious waterfront site. Both sides of our site were naturally landscaped with trees and rocks which afforded us complete privacy. There is also a boat launch and boat rentals available. Plus some sites are suited for launching small boats right from the site. Our site did not have any hookups (none of the premium lake front sites have hookups). We ran our generator briefly each day for DH to check his baseball scores and top off the batteries and that was it. There are water spigots throughout, but they are older style with no threading; however people were still able to fill their water tanks. There are two full hookup sites for camp hosts and several electric sites on the opposite side of the road if that is important to you. The grading and amount of shade on those sites made them less appealing to me. There is a brand new bath facility which is centrally located to the loop and is immaculate. There is no cell phone signal while in the campground. (Unless you have a good amplifier. Ours wireless one brought in 2-3 bars but you needed to have the phone almost touching the antenna.) Aspen and Oak loops offer more electric sites but they are in an open area away from the water, very close together and seem more appropriate for group camping. The Deer loop is set back into the woods and is strictly walk-up tent camping. If you enjoy tenting, these are huge private sites, many of them waterfront. Make sure you pack everything you need if you don’t want to be inconvenienced. There is no camp store other than firewood and ice at the check in station and the nearest store is about 15 miles away. The scenery was so breathtaking we were almost never inside except to sleep. There is lots of hiking available. We were in a 38’motorhome plus tow vehicle and had no trouble traversing the loop or parking. Our loop was comprised of a fairly even mix of tents, pop-ups and trailers with only three motorhomes including the host who was busy yet always available and friendly. The most remarkable thing was how quiet it was for a holiday weekend even though every site was filled. It was the nicest Memorial Day camping experience I have ever had. Nightly rate includes the $9.00 online reservation fee spread over the 3 nights. . - Labrador Fan
Aug 2018 - $22.00
Very clean restrooms, only one shower for men and one for women. Electric service was good, no sewer hook up only dump station. Water bibs along road, no cable. Satellite and be picked up on sites 10 & 11. Full time host and they keep the park up very nicely. six miles to Emporium and limited shopping. Six of us eat breakfast at the nearby Buttonwood Motel and it was great and only cost $33.00. Great swimming Pool cold but clean and has life guards and kiddie pool. - Joe-Sandy
Aug 2015 - $25.00
We agree with the above review would like to add that only electric at each site, water bibs spaced along the road, sewer dump station. FREE fire wood, small stream running through sites, free swimming pool, play grounds for the kids. The best nature you could ask for. No Wi-Fi or cell service at park you will have to go into Emporium 6 +/- miles away to get either. Deer, Bear & Elk sightings if you are quite plus they have an Elk viewing area just a short drive from the park. The area is perfect if you love nature. - Joe-Sandy
Aug 2010 - $22.00
This is a very quiet , scenic campground in a real wilderness area. There are well over 200,000 acres of state forest here. A great place for hikers and seeing wildlife with Elk, Bear, Deer and just about anything else that roams the PA wilds. Not much to do in the area but if you want to get back to nature this is it. - GDM