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5 RV Parks near Towanda, Pennsylvania
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Towanda. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Towanda in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $75.00
This was our third time staying here and just like the past 2 visits, it was great. The workers are friendly and very helpful. The other campers are always waving ans saying hello. It's very dog friendly and relaxing. The only downside is there basically no internet nor cell service, but that actually helps to make it more relaxing in our opinion. We would recommend this campground to anyone. - Bebe and Pat
Jul 2018 - $70.00
This is a beautiful campground, the grounds and facilities are clean. The personnel are friendly and helpful. They offer golf carts for $40.00 daily, pick up after 3:00 pm and have to be returned at $11:00 am. The cost for a holiday is $55.00, we found those charges are a bit expensive. The first day we visited the pool, I was kicked in the stomach, kids jumping in everywhere, hitting us, we had 2 small grand kids and the bigger kids were not being watched by a parent, we couldn't let our little ones swim. Next day, pretty much the same thing, lots of kids and no parents watching them. Last day there, tried to take the kids swimming, the pool is full of kids, many with floats and inner tubes and no room for swimming. There wasn't supposed to be food or drink near the pool area and many adults were sitting there drinking beer, loud music and still no personnel addressing it. Kids were up as late as 11:00 running rampant at the bathroom area, no parents around and not once did we see security. The pool is far too small for the campground capacity and they are far too lax on the standards around the pool. We cut our stay short, while it's a nice campground, we just didn't enjoy our stay there and have no intentions of returning or recommending. A lot of price for a less enjoyable experience. - R Randall
Sep 2017 - $70.00
This was our first trip to Pine Cradle Lake and it was a last minute getaway. The rate was a little more than we like to spend for camping but it was over Labor Day weekend and after calling several other campgrounds, they had the only opening, so we took it and are we glad we did! The campground was very relaxing and was very well kept. When we first checked in, they sent a nice young man to help take us to our site. Not only did he help us find our site, he helped us back in and even went and got us firewood while we set up, since the general store was closing. They had a nice pool/splash pad but we didn't use it since it was rather breezy. They had plenty of activities planned over the time we were there which was nice. Our site was a premium site which included a newly built deck and fishing dock. There was plenty of room for our dog to run (on a tie out, of course). Overall the park was inviting, relaxing and the staff was super! They even gave us a bag of doggie treats when we checked in with our dog. They do say that Cell phone reception is spotty, as is WIFI and they're honest about. Our cellphones became basically electronic paper weights and to be honest, it was great! We loved not having the electronic leashes. Lake/Pond is catch and release, which was cool. Overall had a wonderful time and we've already made plans to return! Highly recommend for anyone wanting to get away and relax! - Bebe and Pat
May 2019 - $35.00
Lovely campground - very small, aesthetic, well-kept, quiet, & friendly. Plenty of trails accessible from camp, some rather steep for views of Loyalsock River canyon, some with nice waterfalls. Site 42 was deeper than most and nicely shaded. The electric tower is on the wrong side, shared with the neighbor, so beware when backing in. There's also a wood-chip tent pad at all or most all sites. Refuse & recycling, plus ice and firewood concessions operated by the park's PPFF group. - minapie
Sep 2018 - $28.00
The CG is right next to the Loyalsock Creek and Hiway 154. Even though the highway is close, the sounds of the river running made up for any traffic noise. It truly is at world's end when it comes to connectivity - zero cell phone signal or OTA TV. The spacing between sites was good and access was easy. Most sites were fairly level. We would definitely stay at World's End again. - Capt Gerry
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Small and quiet campground with lots of shades, and the Loyalsock creek is beautiful. Some sites are big and some are right next to each other, but most of them are very nice with lots of shade. It's in middle of nowhere, and there is no cell service. You'll have to drive 15-30 minutes for any civilization. It is one of our favorite campgrounds. - campersjj
Aug 2011 - $36.00
Site was pull through but so unlevel that we had to use 4 huge blocks on each stabilizer and we were still on a very uncomfortable angle. The owner did come over to help us level the site but we still had to raise the tires and block all of them. Mostly sites are taken by men working in the area. We would not recommend this campground. Would have given it a 1 but the owner was very helpful when we were trying to set up the rig. It has nothing to offer. - benwood
Sep 2017 - $25.00
This is a terrible park for RV's. The open grass/mud field has a few W/E (30A) posts around the perimeter, but sites are not delineated and the power has no breaker switch so you have to plug in hot. The field is not level and has some deep pits to maneuver through. To get to the park you have to navigate a narrow uphill rutted gravel road with tree branches taking swipes at your rig. The park is way out in the boonies. It is a Passport America park but after the discount they then tack on a $10 fee for electricity use, basically negating the discount. I tried to extend my leveling jacks (40' class A mh) but they just extended underground about 8" deep. They don't even provide garbage cans/dumpsters, but tell you they are a "carry in, carry out" park. We were dead dog tired or would have pulled down the road and found a wide spot in town. Don't waste your time or money here. - rvrrat520
Aug 2015 - $28.00
This park is truly off the beaten path. It is very secluded, and has miles of walking trails.
It is difficult to get to, as there is a steep washed out driveway. If you have 4 wheel drive- low range, that is a plus. The owners are very friendly and helpful.
We stayed there for a week in September, 2014 and it was one of the most relaxing weeks we have had in a long time.
There are no sewer hookups, and the dump station looks very hard to get to.
If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle, and back to nature, this is the place to do it. There is a laundry in Candor, and a little ways further is the sweet little town of Owego. - Jimal