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21 RV Parks near Pleasant Mount, Pennsylvania
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of Pleasant Mount. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Pleasant Mount in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Maybe once upon a time, Valley View was a farm, but now it is fields of mown and mostly unmown grass. Maybe once it was a campground, but now it is a trailer park. We had a reservation but although the office was open, there was no one around and no information on a spot for us. A sign said to pick a spot. So we entered the campground. We were greeted by a barking, lunging pit bull on a tie down chain.
Fortunately a resident came out to warn us to find a ground-stone pad site because the grass spots were so saturated by rain that we'd sink. It took us an hour to get level. It was backin, so we had to disconnect our tow vehicle and park next to the bus. Once set, I took out our dogs for a walk. But now the pit bull had gotten loose and was running around the park. The residents across from us were outside and screaming at each other. We left early the next morning and definitely won't be back! - Dapper
Jul 2016 - $30.00
A bit out of the way park with mostly seasonals but they do have a few back-in sites with an excellent view of the surrounding mountains and farms.
Owner lives on site and makes sure to stop by and see if everything is OK. Seasonals are very friendly and it has a small town appearance. - Sheila123
Jun 2015 - $30.00
This is a great getaway for smaller rigs and park models. It rates lower as a big rig stopping spot. There are only a couple of sites that are level, big enough for a 40-foot RV, and have full hookups. The campground is situated on a lovely spot in the Poconos off the beaten path. Grocery stores and other amenities are about 10 miles away. There is no WiFi.
On the plus side the sky is wide open for satellite reception and there is good cell phone access. The owners are very friendly and the permanent campers seem like a pleasant group of people. We had a nice quiet few days with the campground to ourselves. The Memorial Day weekend brought the regulars out and it was different but still a nice place with a nice view. - seeyajohn
Aug 2018 - $46.00
We've been staying at Ponderosa Pines campground for years now. It's economical, clean, and pet friendly. The owner is very nice and helpful. The kids love it, there's always fun activities to keep them busy. We enjoy participating in the cornhole or horseshoe tournament. Would definitely recommend trying out this campground. Drive slowly throughout the park, there's a lot of kids on bikes and people walking their dogs. - TFerra
Jul 2011 - $40.00
Very out of the way campground, which suited us just fine. Our site was between 2 seasonal sites and was very quiet. When we first arrived we needed to clear out all the leaves in the site and there was garbage in the fire ring. The lake was nice and was able to do some fishing. They have available internet which came in handy for us. We had a hillside site and was ideal for us. If you want sun, try a lakeside site. - klbmn
Aug 2009 - $38.00
This is our favorite campground in Pennsylvania. The owners make the effort to maintain the facilities to a high standard. The pool is one of the cleanest pools that I have ever seen. The owner spends almost an hour every morning cleaning the pool. The Lake front sites are to die for. The other sites are mostly pretty roomy. The staff goes the extra mile to make your stay enjoyable. For instance the owner's son saw me walking to the dumpster and he stopped and offered to take my trash to the dumpster. The campground sits at a high elevation and is quite cool. We have run the heat in August during the night. We have never had a problem with the electricity even with the air on. I have seen people have trouble trying to use 50 amp adapters on the 30 amp hook ups. The best seasonals are the friendliest group i have run into. I am normally turned off by parks that have a lot of seasonals. This place is the exception. The owner seems to not have a problem with kicking out problem campers. This is important in a campground with a lot of seasonal sites. It is a long drive into town (about 25 minutes). This is either an asset or a liability depending on your needs and attitude. - AWMIII
Aug 2018 - $58.00
We visited three sites before they finally offered one we could wriggle into. The escort was very nice and apologetic about the hassle. This campground is very dated and the roads are narrow and cluttered. It is definitely not Big Rig friendly. - Mike Morand
May 2018 - $60.00
Its a campground . Its in the woods . It is not a wide open RV park . The roads in the park are a little tight but not at all bad if you have average driving skills . There is a lot for kids to do and they will have a fun time camping here . Water pressure was good and electric power worked fine and was reliable . Cell phone and wi fi I don't know and don't really care . All and all its a nice place to go camping and its not dated at all . - GDM
May 2018 - $70.00
This could be a very nice park, needs more work. K-9 corral was substandard, very high grass. The small fishing pond was more of a park run off area and our site area could have been considered a swamp with main sewer lines running above ground. It took us six tries to get the FW in a spot where we wouldn't step out of the steps and into a ditch. Neighbor's site was even worse because of the ditch and swamp. Spoke with the owner, who seemed very genuine in improving the site with the idea that I presented him. There were power troubles, but I have become accustomed to that on major weekends and warm weather. However, the 'heated' pool was not only small but freezing cold and you couldn't see the bottom. A small slide for kids always had an adult holding it as it would wobble a lot each time a kid went down. There was also a great deal of tiles missing on the side of the pool including some that I stepped on and took out of the pool. There were lots of activities for the weekend, candy bar bingo was fun, DJ (cheesy), game room (small selection), mini golf (wooden if you know what I mean), bounce pad open a few times a day, 'dry' tube slide (better when it was wet from rain). Store was adequate but pizza was good. Probably won't return or encourage anyone else to go there. - Leggy
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
Jun 2015 - $36.00
The owners and family were polite and helpful. We had a site that offered a beautiful view of the Delaware river, also the site was huge (60'x100') and it was well kept grass. If you have children they offer canoe and tubing rentals other than that there are no arcades or anything like that so it makes the campground peaceful and quiet, which is the way we like it. We don't and won't use the public bath house anywhere so we can't offer a opinion on them. It is very pet friendly, meaning you don't have to keep your pet on a leash which I liked (I have 2 English setters) but it can be frustrating when someone else's dog starts marking on your chairs or cooler. The last 6 or so miles before you get there can be tricky , tight roads and low trees but if you take your time we believe it is definitely worth it. - Jim - Carol
May 2009 - $40.00
Simple pull-in for your Rig. Bathrooms are horrible - I was in a site closest to the bath house and that is what ruined our stay. Great for on the river - campground also runs canoeing and tubing business for the river - that was great. Most of the RV sites are seasonal. No sewer unless you are seasonal. Limited RV sites so make a reservation before going. A lot of tent campers with a lot of traffic on one road in and out of campground. No cell service and no TV via either cable or antennae. People nice enough, didn't really interact after checking in. No playground, no pool, nothing but the river. If you want that and tubing great. Just use your own shower! - Stuck in New jersey
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Nice place. Shady lots, great wifi. You have to get a cable box from the office, but once you hook up the box, great channels. There's a good restaurant by the interstate called Bingham's. We went to the Coal Mining museum in Scranton, PA. for something to do. It's not alot to do here. Nice owners. Some spots you might want to engage your four wheel drive. There are some steep inclines. - archbarb
May 2018 - $30.00
Very poorly laid out spaces -- water and electrical hookups often opposite ends of site, sites close together, depth of sites would not accommodate 24 foot trailer and pickup truck, mostly permanent residents in poorly kept units. - JP Swoope
Jul 2017 - $30.00
This campground is conveniently located off of I-81 and it is a jewel. Full of tall trees, it offers very shaded sites that give a sense of being alone in the woods and spaciousness, in spite of the fact that the sites are quite close to each other. Many seasonal fifth wheels there of workers in the fracking mines. They are very quiet, in fact the campground is very quiet all together. The owners are very nice and helpful. We asked and got excellent internet. No laundry facility and grocery shopping was somewhat far. Electricity is paid for separately if you go for the weekly rate. Make sure you read the meter and bring the reading to the office when you hook up. We stayed there for 10 days in a class A motorhome. - AandWK
Aug 2006 - $5.00
Fairground camping is located in an orchard across the street from the fair. I'm reviewing this for one reason: To let people know if they are ever attending the fair camping in the orchard is very safe and secure. No hookups, well lit, on site security and easy access to I-81. If we attend again we would definitely stay in the orchard. - florida08
Apr 2015 - $40.00
This place is a joke. Reserved a spot a week in advance. Got there and it was taken. Tried to put me in a mud hole between trees so tight my slides wouldn't work. Very disrespectful and rude owner. Don't go here. If the spots are free and none within miles, Don't go here. - Jared1371
Jun 2012 - $40.00
We travel with a 36 foot fifth wheel. There are narrow access roads once you are off the interstate. The campground sold us a 50A FHU pull-through that turned out to be a back-to-back at the end of a cul-de-sac with one side occupied. The 50 amp circuit was not turned on, and there was no water. Had there been a reasonable option we would have left. - SuiteHauler350
May 2012 - $45.00
This is not a campground, this is a worker camp for pipeline workers. The owner only cares about the money the pipeline workers bring in no way shape will this ever become a family campground. Each and every day you get a smell sewage and the roads are muddy. There is no one ever here, except at the first of month, to collect month rents. This campground is so outdated. Shame: at one time was a growing campground, but owner is only looking at dollars now. - pezsez
Sep 2010 - $30.00
This is a really nice long term campground. I would not recommend it for large overnight rigs. We camped overnight in a 32-footer. It was very quiet and peaceful. The owners are very friendly and laid back. We enjoyed our overnight stay but the roads are narrow and the overhead wiring isn't very high and snagging an overhead wire is definitely a possibility with a tall RV. For a smaller rig I would say it's a great campground if you like peaceful. - Harold Yonkin
Jun 2007 - $24.00
If you read the post that gives this place a 10, you'll see it must be written by an owner or friend of an owner. Who else writes like they are writing a brochure - an owner or seasonal friend of the owner!!! We would never camp here again. Beware! - twins89
Jun 2007 - $25.00
Guestward Ho is the most peaceful place on earth. The first thing you notice when you drive in is that everything is beautifully manicured. The view is breathtaking. Tall green pines line the left side of the road and to the right, lay a pond and lake that are connected. Hills and trees surround the lake. Campsites are at many levels. You can find them along the water or up under the trees. You could spend hours sitting under your awning, reading and listening to birds. Holiday weekends are busy. They have planned activities for all ages. In the evening, entertainment is in the rec hall. On these holidays a DJ or band can be heard. The band is usually over by midnight. When you call for a reservation, ask what is planned for that weekend.If it's total quiet you are looking for, a holiday weekend isn't for you. You will always feel welcome by management and seasonal campers. If a problem occurs, let management know. They don't hesitate getting to the bottom of the matter. Hope to see you soon. - base5300