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43 RV Parks near Saw Creek, Pennsylvania
We did however find 43 campgrounds within 25 miles of Saw Creek. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Saw Creek in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $50.00
Big park with lots of spots. Has three bath houses. Went during the fall, so the pool was closed. Gated entrance which they close at night. Need a code to enter after hours. Went to East Stroudsburg to the Escape Room and had fun. - Yamileth Karina
Oct 2018 - $1.00
We stayed here to start our winter escape from New England. As Thousand Trails members our site we free. There were a fairly large number of sites to pick from and they were plenty long. However several park roads were very tight for maneuvering our 43' fifth wheel. We were saddened that the attendant in the office at the time of our visit was less than helpful. All in all, we'll stay here again on our return. - BluesmanG
Jul 2018 - $1.00
This is a large campground with plenty of nice, full-hookup, 50 amp sites. The roads are all paved and wide enough for RVs. There are many pull-through spots as well as a great number of back-in sites around the parameter. Generally speaking, the campsites are plenty long enough for even the biggest rigs. While they aren't exactly on top of each other, the sites are pretty close side to side. Many big rigs head for the "top" where there is plenty maneuvering room and no trees to block rooftop satellite dish usage. The pool is a nice one and well used, especially on the weekends. While the restrooms in the Activity/Store building are nice and well-kept I was disappointed in the condition of the others. They were worn and often in need of cleaning. My Verizon data was slow but usable most of the time. However, we opted to pay for campground WiFi for the week. It was fast and reliable. Also, I was able to get my Dish satellite signal with no problem. While there are plenty of campsites, it should be noted that a lot of sites have been taken by seasonal campers. The drive in (and up) from Hwy 209 merits a mention. The roads, Winona Falls and then Timothy Lake are narrow and pretty steep. When coming in pay particular attention when turning off of Winona Falls onto Timothy Lake. Oncoming traffic on Winona Falls isn't visible until you are right at the the left hand turn. That traffic doesn't have a stop sign. When leaving the campground that same intersection puts you at the bottom of a steep hill, requiring a full stop before turning right onto Winona Falls. In other words, keep your transmission in a low gear and keep your speed way down. Then, be sure you can see traffic coming from your left before committing to the right hand turn. Having said all that, I don't want to scare anyone about coming to this campground. The route in is only 3 miles and literally thousands of RV's have made the trip in. This is a nice place and we look forward coming back. - nazpaz
May 2019 - $55.00
First, as a Thousand Trails member, I didn’t have to pay. So far, after visiting 6 rv parks, I do have to say, this one is on the bottom of my list of nice campgrounds.
First the good: there are lots of sites here and the grounds range from being near neighbors to more spread out in the valley. There are lots of trees and the roads are paved which makes it perfect to ride your bicycle. The playground is great for the kids. They have a nice pool.
Now the bad: it’s a run down campground. It doesn’t look like they have not done any maintenance to the place. The bathrooms look like standard park bathrooms, the general store barely has any items. The kids arcade and activity center has 4 arcade games and barely anything to do but the ball center. The main activity center is closed down. The building that used to hold the water park is abandoned and clutter everywhere. The lake and gazebo have been vandalized.
Also note, if you want peace and quiet, stay away from the tent area. Those who stay there are more of the NY crowd and are very festive.
All in all, we had a nice time. No problems at all. - Yamileth Karina
Jun 2017 - $1.00
We had one section that had seasonal cabins in it to ourselves for 3 days the week before 4th of July weekend. The whole park was pretty much deserted. Internal roads aren't bad. The road leading in was hilly and curvy but not impossible with a large motor home and tow vehicle. - mrracechaser
Jun 2015 - $1.00
Litter not picked up, dumpsters overflowing, grass needs mowing, camping sites need police call, roads need repair, tree branches need to be picked up. Maintenance people driving around in golf carts and sitting in them doing nothing. Management not supervising the workers, and there seems to be no standards that have to be meet. Buildings smell musty. Will not be returning. - gafidler
Jun 2019 - $65.00
The campground was immaculately maintained. The bounce pad and playground kept the kids entertained. They enjoyed the on site cow and guinea hens. - Meyersdvm
Jun 2019 - $51.00
Sites are spaced very close together. This is the second-tightest campground we've been in for our last 7 years of weekend trips on the road. Certainly the provided fire rings in our opinion should not be used. Also, there was standing water in many places that didn't seem to go away. Our site and many others were just muddy so sitting outside or using the picnic table was not an option. - Jersey RV
May 2019 - $100.00
Nice campground, lots to do. We stayed Memorial Day weekend. Live band and a join in drum night, tractor hay rides. Level site. Staff where helpful and knowledgeable. No water pressure Sunday morning - JackG
May 2011 - $50.00
This Place is Great. I went up There with a few friends for Memorial Weekend. I took my 08 Itasca Latitude. They had many spots available to house big rigs like mine. Staff was great. Parts of the campground where under renovations. Apparently this place is under new ownership. They are doing an amazing job fixing this place up. Sure to be a hidden gem in the near future. I use to come to here when I was a kid, have been back in years. I really am thinking to grab a spot now while they are still available for such a cheap price. I will be back for the Fourth of July for sure.Thumbs up! - RvRanger
Jun 2019 - $65.00
This is one of the best campgrounds we have been to. We did the gas saver for 2 weekends and will most likely do 3 weekend next year. We paid for the weekend stay then 10 bucks for the week storage. This place is big enough for larger campers to get around no problem. The roads are all paved and wide. The sites are all 3/8 clean stone and large enough to spread out. We like to stay on the back side of the lake as it is quieter back there and not so much traffic. They have a outdoor pool and splash park for the kids as well as a indoor pool for when its colder outside. They also have a sand bottom area in the lake for swimming with large sand beach area to relaxe. Fishing is catch and release and the is plenty of 15in large mouth bass to catch easily. We will return here year after year as it is a close trip for us. Only problem is getting reservations as you have to book well in advance to get in. They book fast as the start taking reservations in November for the following year. - Phatsteve
Sep 2018 - $50.00
Nice campground for late summer camping. Wish they would end the gas saver program or have campers leaving for the week moved to a storage area. They stopped using lakefront sites for this program a while ago and should end it for all sites or maybe don't take reservations for gas savers until a month after everyone else. It's very frustrating to request a favorite site during the week and find that is reserved for weekends and no one is at the site all week. - wny_camper
Jul 2018 - $55.00
One of the best campgrounds we've stayed at. Beautiful lake, extremely well maintained. Something for everyone. Fishing, boating, an indoor pool and an outdoor pool, or swimming in the lake. They have their own app so you can keep up to date with all the activities they offer. The firetruck rides every afternoon are a big hit with kids & adults. Fully stocked camp store with everything from pizza & ice cream to rv accessories if you forget something. The staff is wonderful, very friendly and helpful. Call ahead, they book fast. You will love this place. - The Deckers
Sep 2018 - $55.00
This is a nice campground in the woods. They have a lot of activities. Nice shaded spots. The spots are a little tight, but not bad. - AndyK
Sep 2018 - $55.00
This campground was easy to get to as it was right off RT209 in the Marshalls Creek area. The campground is on the side of a mountain and wooded. The roads at stone and a little hilly but easy to get around with a large RV. There is plenty to do with the kids as they have 2 playgrounds and lots of activities. The bingo night was fun even though we didn't win. The sites are just the right size and close together but separated by trees and brush. Great spot to relax by the fire for the weekend. This was our third year doing a weekend trip and will be back again in the future. - Phatsteve
Sep 2018 - $38.00
Stayed 16 nights to visit family in PA and NJ. Family owned campground with great service and friendly staff. Hilly and gravel roads, we had quite a bit of rain while there. Didn't use any of the amenities. Site B15, large enough for our 43 ft bus and toad . - Jan Gemeinhardt
Jun 2018 - $40.00
I saw a lot of negative reviews on this park, AFTER we had decided to stay. I honestly don't know why there are so many negative reviews. The grass is not overgrown, in fact it is mowed nicely. I didn't see anyone selling drugs, or partying or exceeding the posted speed limit. About the only thing I did hear was song birds. It is one of the most quiet and peaceful parks I have ever stayed in. That said, it is older, and smaller and not terribly big rig friendly. We were able to get our 39' Super C with a 16' trailer in (we disconnected) but it was not easy (and my husband loves this sort of challenge!). We were not able to get completely level on the grass site. Overall, I think this is a great park for families (there are a lot of kid things to do) or someone wanting a relaxing camp time in the woods. It would also be helpful if your rig is not a "big rig". I think this place got a bad rap; it deserves a better score than what it has. - 2 Harleys and a Beast
Jul 2017 - $1.00
We went to this campground for a TOUR before becoming a seasonal ($2800.00 asking way to much $ for what it is) WOW! this place is run down. Bath houses dirty and falling apart. Lots of old and/or abandoned RV's. Grass area tall and over grown. Game room building/floor has a bad slant. playground was dated. Didn't bother looking at the pool. This is a large property and COULD be a amazing place if it was brought up to date and the grounds were taken care of. - Momszoo1
May 2017 - $45.00
I would NOT recommend this place for anyone camping with families. Broken down trailers litter the landscape. Roads are in a poor state of repair. Electric 30 amp service was not available when checked in & electric lines were run above ground from site to site just to hook us up. Maintenance man ran over sewer caps when mowing grass so sewer connections were NOT capped. They added a new elbow after a complaint, but didn't secure it to pipe. So gray/black water leaked onto ground where the above ground 30 amp electric lines were! I told the staff about it but they just shrugged & said 'OK'. Never fixed it. When I asked why wasn't any of this done BEFORE we arrived, they said "Memorial day just kinda snuck up on us this year". Really??? Second the staff. Rules are non-existent at this campground. Everyone speeds from cars to golf carts & even though one seasonal put up a sign to remind everyone of the speed limit, no one cared & the seasonals are the worst offenders. Dogs friendly is one thing but to allow campers' dogs to run free is just a hazard. Yes, everyone thinks their dog is OK, but incidents happen. And just from a liability standpoint, the leash rule should be enforced. Oh, & people who don't leash their dogs, also don't pick up their poop either. Drinking & camping has always gone together, but at family campgrounds, people drink only at their campsites. This place, drinking & driving golf carts is a sport. Now the kicker, there is a 'weed' dealer living as a seasonal on top of the hill. He advertises right at his campsite with his web address posted on his car. Not only do seasonals drive to his site & buy, but outside customers also come into campground. This is well known to the staff & all seasonals. Overall, if you are looking to party & don't care about living conditions then this is for you. But if you family camp with children, this is NOT the place. Someone will get hurt here. - easycamper
Oct 2017 - $25.00
We were looking for a campground that would have good access to hiking trails along the Delaware Gap. We're self-contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We stayed in late October on weekend nights in our 25 foot MH. This is a beautiful campground situated along the Delaware River. The grounds are well maintained. The primitive sites are arrayed along the river or in a loop on a small hillside. Most sites are large and level with gravel pads or grass for parking. Sites 52-58 are on the river with nice views, without trees for shade or privacy. The remaining sites are in trees with shade. The showers are large and clean with ample hot water. There does not appear to be a dump station. There are water spigots throughout the CG, don't know if they are threaded. There is usable ATT and Verizon cell coverage.
There are 26 miles of trails within the park, including several trails that start from within the CG. Sunfish Pond is beautiful. There's river access for canoeing. The Visitor Center is open in the summer. The SP is within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. - dsvt
Jul 2018 - $42.00
Mixed emotions about this campground: Beautiful spot, site was great and backed up to woods and a little stream. Quiet hours start at 11 PM, and other campers were blasting music and making lots of noise up until 11. We go camping for the peace and quiet, and this was awful. Maybe they could have a set aside "quiet area" for those of us who don't go camping to party loudly. Power went out twice, and water went out once. Not long, about an hour or so each time, but it was a little frustrating. Site was not level. I used several boards to try to level the RV but still had a lean on it. Follow the written directions to get there. We did and had no trouble at all. - Kevco
May 2018 - $65.00
I'm really disappointed with this place. Other than the creek that runs through the park which kids get to play in. The spaces are cramped, the bathrooms were disgusting, and the employees at the front desk act as if guests are an inconvenience. When I asked if there were any activities happening during the weekend for kids her response was, "I don't know, that's why we print out activity schedules". Ironically, the guy who probably had the worst job there (the garbage collector) was the nicest person there. For the price they charge, I'd rather go somewhere with more legroom, better facilities, and less attitude. - Deft_Outdoorsman
May 2018 - $42.00
We camped with a group in the site 51-71 area of the property. Site was level, large and relatively solid given that we arrived after and during days of rain. We were satisfied with the hook ups, got 30 TV channels with our antenna and good WIFI signal. We would visit again. We camped in a travel trailer. - 74 Noreaster
Jun 2019 - $38.00
We have our yearly trip to this Campground. 2019 was our third year in a row and before we left, we reserved out site for 2020. The people that work there are NICE. They cruise thru, ask if everything is good, and it always is. The office is well stocked with those odds and ends you might forget. I give a "9" instead of a 10 because there does seem to be issues with water pressure in the showers. It bugs me, because then it takes more time and water to get clean and get out, but it is, what it is. We keep coming back because we love it here. - Lmccusker
Sep 2017 - $40.00
This is a diamond in the rough. Park is undergoing renovations. Currently has several seasonal campers but owner states they want to attract more vacationers. Roads are unpaved and they are very steep - especially right where you have to park to check-in. They are planning to add a parking area on more level ground. Sites are gravel and surrounded by trees. Office is stocked with snacks a common camping items. Nice looking pool but fall weather prevented us from trying it out. Creek and little lake on property. Cable TV with about 70 stations. It will be interesting to come back in about 2 years and see the improvements. - akeller156