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11 RV Parks near Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Reynoldsville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Reynoldsville in the left hand column.
Jun 2019 - $50.00
The good: Large spacious lots in the new pull-through area... if "too large" is possible, these qualify. VERY clean restrooms. Nice pool & rec areas. Access to Treasure Lake amenities. Generally quiet. Sites were level and have water, power, fire ring, and table. I understand that this is a recent KOA addition and is being upgraded to meet KOA standards. Clean-out service was available for about $50. Needs work: The garbage receptacles were emptied at about 2am on our 1st evening. That activity, although relatively short lived, was as noisy as a construction zone in the middle of the day. There was no shade at the campsite (12xx). The comfort stations require a bit of a hike. The campground layout is not designed to minimize walking. The dump station is located right in the middle of the access road; very odd. No functional cell or WiFi service available.. If you need that, you will have to travel. I am not really familiar with KOAs but their pricing seems a little steep for less than a full service campground. Would I consider visiting again? Yes, but would actively look at other options in the area. - Silent Dog
Jun 2019 - $45.00
Be sure you have fuel because the drive out to this campground is long if you are low as we were! We were placed in a very new section and it was absolutely not pretty-- no trees, gravel (very rough chunky gravel), muddy ravines in between campsites, bathhouse near us was out of commission. Acceptable laundry room Got to play Bingo with a bunch of resident or seasonal rv-ers. But we were definitely the "strangers" in the room. Way far from the promised lake. - ginger2you
Jun 2019 - $45.00
Nice big park with scattered trees for shade. No sewer sights or sewer service but has dump station. Good dish and wifi. - geo cong
May 2015 - $30.00
This is an old park. not fancy, but in this area this is the best value . It has electric, water and sewer and a lovely view. The local state parks do not offer the water & sewage, for almost the same cost. Its quiet, and the family that owns it are very helpful. - lynette47
Jul 2010 - $27.00
This is an old campground. After backing into my assigned site for an overnight, I checked the power. Volt meter read 8 volts. Discussed this with the owner and her comment was "I never saw anyone use one of those before". Was assigned a 2nd site and power at the outlet was 8 volts. Told owner I could not stay without power. Her comment was "I don't understand, we never had a power problem before". She was not happy, but did give me a refund. I would not stay here again. - dmoore1108
Aug 2019 - $30.00
We paid $30 / night for W / E30 / S. This is a difficult review to write since the woman in the office that checked us in was extremely nice and friendly. She was very hospitable. However, I feel an obligation to accurately reflect our experience. We travel in a 37 ft motorhome and requested a 30 amp site. The site we were assigned was very unlevel and after almost an hour of trying to level with all of our blocks, we gave up. We never did get leveled and consequently could not put our slides out. In addition the power went off repeatedly in our RV for minutes at a time. Our EMS indicated that this was due to low voltage at the pedestal. We also could not use the sewer connection until we were about to leave and moved the motorhome so that it would flow downhill. There are some other sites up a steep dirt road but my wife indicated she did not think our motorhome could make it up without dragging. Positive items are that the campground is only about 10 minutes off I-80, is very quiet and scenic and we saw several deer from our motorhome. When were leaving we informed the same woman about our electrical problem and learned that her family had only purchased the campground a little over a year ago. For all the positive reasons listed, we would really like to stay here again someday and hope that the new owners are able to make improvements. - Teddi2
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Family owned and meticulously maintained. Great facilities and camp store, too. Owners treat you like family. Nice solar heated pool, lots of activities for the kids. - HmmHaah
Jul 2012 - $45.00
The pool was listed as heated and was not. There are away to many rules and regulations (don't move fire rings, don't cut tree branches, don't bring in fire wood. The no fire wood is because they have family member who sells it. They woke us up very early 6am splitting wood so they could sell it). 40 plus years of camping and this is the worst place I have ever stayed. - anotherhappycamper
May 2012 - $50.00
We camp here every Memorial Day weekend. We think this is a very nice campground. I have never had a problem with the staff at Camper's Paradise. They have always been very friendly, courteous and helpful. The store is a bit over-priced, but it does a large selection of all kinds of items. Many of the sites are odd shaped and the number of trees (which provide lots of shade) can make pulling in a challenge. Make sure you bring utility extensions as the hook-ups may be some distance from your camper (site-dependent). They have a large number of activities during the weekend and the campground is very close to the Clarion river and those activities. Most sites are level, but have not been re-graveled in a while which means mud when it rains. Otherwise, this campground is very nice, fairly quiet for a Memorial Day weekend, and the staff has always been very respectful to me. We will camp here again next Memorial Day. - HP_Happy_Campers
Jun 2019 - $43.00
This our 3rd trip to this campground. We stayed at site #14, after staying at sites 32 and 43 in previous years. We were set to be in site 43 again and had a rising Clarion River close the dog loop for the weekend. A very gracious staff forewarned us and gave us plenty of timely options earlier in the week. We have dogs and they waved the "no dogs allowed" clause due to our move to site # 14. The site was level and mostly grass surface. The fire ring was on the driver side of the trailer right against the campground road. It didn't matter as much due to the road being closed by our trailer. 30 amp hookup was easy and no disruptions. Neighbors were close, but not uncomfortably so. The toilets and bathhouses were kept clean. Water was hot and plentiful. The dump station is convenient, but can be crowded at 3 PM. As mentioned the staff and Rangers were very courteous. Many folks could have been extremely inconvenienced, but they really went out of their way. Hiking, kayaking, biking, etc. are all available here. The night sky was as starry as I have seen in some time. This little gem of a campground is well worth it. Bring a bike, hiking boots, running shoes, kayaks and canoes. - Steverino
Oct 2016 - $32.00
Awesome views, great park!
I would have given it a 10, but the sites in the 31-37 range are a little tight. I was in 36 and it's very tricky to get in and out of with a very large tree at the beginning of the driveway and limited space for turning and trying to back in. Luckily the site markers are easily removable and allow for a little extra room to get in and out.
The bathrooms and showers were maintained very well. Only one dump station and I could easily see a line forming there.
Plenty of local attractions just a short drive away. I will definitely go back. - Bill from PA
Jul 2016 - $26.00
Family friendly campground. Clarion River on one side and Clear Creek on the other. Lots of things for kids to do and the playground is elevated for full view from any part of the campground. Not too many trees and plenty of space for campers and vehicles. Firewood is plentiful and reasonably priced. The Farmer's Inn, up the road, has good food, mini-golf, small stores, and a small zoo. Beartown Rocks, near the campground entrance is fun for kids to scamper up stairways and scale large boulders. Fishing is good, and there's a small beach for swimmers. Cabins are clean and offer lots of space for vehicles, family gatherings, bikes, kayaks, tubes, canoes, etc. They even have yurts! Lots of history here, including cabins built by the CCC in the 1930s, with a museum on site. Texting seemed to work well, but WiFi and cell signals are extremely limited, since the campground is in a valley. - NellaC33
Jul 2017 - $35.00
We only stayed one night, but we would stay again. We were in a 30' Class C so we did not encounter the issues that the other 2 reviews noted as far as tight roads or turn around for dump station. We did have to do a bit of our own leveling. Mostly seasonal folks who keep their property quite lovely. - Barbara Aileen
May 2016 - $35.00
Only 30 amp service. No sewer, no wifi, no cable, no tv reception. If we would've had a portable Dish, I think we could have got a satellite connection. We figured it being Memorial Day weekend the weather would be cool. And thought one AC would be enough so 30 amp would get us by. Turned out it hit 91° by noon in the power went out for seven hours. We have A 43 foot motorhome with a toad. We were in one of the two pull throughs. We had to turn around the motorhome to use the dump station. Leaving the park. It is a very tight turn to get out of the park. To get on the main road turning left heading North away from Interstate 80 you're in a blind spot from cars coming over knoll. We didn't hook the toad up because of this. My wife drove the main road to the knoll with the toad and my wife signaled when it was OK to pull out. drove up the road to the nearest spot available and loaded the car on the dolly. - J Kerr
Jul 2015 - $18.00
This park is 13 miles north of I-80, and the rate is a Passport America rate. The park is obviously designed for semi-permanent installations of trailers for summer recreation, and would be satisfactory for that use. The park is not suited for an overnight stay while on the road. There are two drive-through sites on a grass pad. There is no sewer hook-up. The dump station in our case required us to turn around our RV and towed car --which proved awkward and finally we had to unhook. There were trees blocking access to satellite TV. We would not ever stay at this park again! - hoppytoad
Oct 2019 - $26.00
This is a very, very nice state park campground. It was clean, it was quiet, and it was well maintained. The actual site area where you park is asphalt and they are a bit narrow, but they are quite level. There is electric at the site and there are water spigots throughout the park. If you need to fill your fresh water tank prior to setting-up, you must do it at the dump station area, where they have two really good potable water spigots (yes, there are signs differentiating between the potable and non-potable water supplies). The spigots in the campground are not to be used for filling tanks, just for filling a jug or bucket. We were there to see the Elk in rut, so it was only 19 miles to Benezette, where the visitor center is located. I would definitely stay here again if in the area. - Love To Travel 2
Aug 2018 - $33.00
Beautiful, remote location in the Moshannon State Forest. Wonderful hiking trails of all lengths and levels. Small lake for fishing and swimming but too small for long kayak rides. Great day-use facilities. We lucked into the best site in the park #89 which was shady, almost level and quite spacious. Other campsites not so much. We are in a 21' Class B so size is not an issue but we could see that bigger rigs would be quite cramped. No cell service (Verizon) so had to hike up the road about a mile each day to connect to the outside world. We just worked that into our daily hikes. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. - Debbie Collison
Aug 2018 - $38.00
Definitely a campground where it is smart to check out the site you want before you commit. Camp loop roads and sites are asphalt, and most sites are fairly level, though some will require more effort. Size and spaciousness of sites varies quite a bit. Some are in full sun and some have good sun-shade mix. There are a handful of full hook-up sites; the rest are electric only. Grounds are very well kept. Verizon service extremely slow and over-the-air TV antenna only picked up PBS. - aowcarol
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
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
May 2016 - $13.00
Spent Memorial Day weekend here. The campground has several campsites large enough for big rigs with 30 amp (and at least one 50 amp) electric hook-ups. There is a central fresh water point and no dump station. Big rigs need to use caution entering this area as Pennsylvania DOT has randomly placed "10 Ton Load Limits" on almost all roads (even gravel roads ???) not designated as truck routes. Most bridges do not have any weight limit signs, but a few do creating more confusion. Avoid Gregg Road as it is very steep, washboard, and mostly gravel. We entered this area from Marienville, PA.
The campground is well maintained with hiking, trout fishing, swimming, and canoeing/floating nearby. There is a bathroom at the main campground picnic area with a nice hot shower and several flush toilets, all kept very clean. AT&T cell coverage can only be found at the upper primitive campground. The pool is actually a creek fed swimming area built in the 1930's by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Great place to teach the kids about our history and experience a swim with the fishes. - Gpndavid