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9 RV Parks near Troy, Pennsylvania
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Troy. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Troy in the left hand column.
Oct 2013 - $41.00
We discovered this campground thanks to the federal government shutdown. The cons: The approach to the park is not for the faint of heart. The 1.5 mile road to Tanglewood is a dirt road which begins solid and well-maintained. The final half-mile is easily a 14% grade and here the road is loose pebbles and gravel; we needed 4WD to finish the ascent. No sites have sewer hookups. The pros: The campground is well-maintained. Mature trees provide at least partial shade to most sites. Sites for transient campers number about 35 and are gravel/grass, generally level and vary in size. Interior roads are gravel and easily navigable. The park is 40 years old, but the electrical service and water hookups are much more recent. Restroom/shower facilities are “rustic” but clean and well-kept. Dump station is easily accessible. Owner/manager very personable. Campground store is well-stocked and has a small dining area. The setting is beautiful. The campground occupies the top of a ridge overlooking a large pond. About two-thirds of the park is seasonal sites. They are grouped together and for the most part are generally neatly kept. It’s quiet, but there are activities and facilities for families. If you need to get away where nobody can find you, this is the place. We will camp here again. - RamWagon
Jun 2012 - $37.00
Real quiet campground up on a hilltop in Pa. It is up a fairly steep, but smooth dirt road. Only about 3 miles to town of Mansfield ( Walmart, Lowes, propane at Agway), etc. Nice 5 acre pond, fairly level sites, plenty of shade. Older restrooms were acceptable, they have built new ones, which we didn't use ( too far from site). Nice place to swim, hike and relax. Lambs Creek Hike & Bike Trail in Mansfield is 5 miles away, 6 mile paved bike path through fields along a river, real nice. Oh, did I mention quiet!!! We will be back. - coolbreez
May 2017 - $140.00
This park is great for kids as far as entertainment. There's plenty for them to do but the staff is extremely rude if they have to do anything! My son was approached within 10 minutes and told he was not allowed to ride his hover board but there were extremely loud and old golf carts running ALL night long! There was a fight between two women that disrupted the entire campground for 30 minutes or more and no staff ever appeared. A Rottweiler got loose and busted a chair that wrapped around my daughter's leg and hurt her badly, again no staff appeared. If you're a dog lover you'll like it because you're allowed to bring them but most of them bark all day and night so don't expect a quiet nap or relaxing time by the fire. The cabins are extremely dirty. We paid over 500$ for 3 nights in a cabin that wasn't even cleaned before we arrived. Again, the kids are very entertained but to me, the rudeness and unprofessionalism of the staff isn't worth it! - Suzienotveryimpressed
Oct 2016 - $44.00
A very difficult entrance uphill with no signs to explain how to enter. The staff was "very short" with information, just not friendly. The back in sites were easy to access, but very level. The hook ups were centrally located. - Al and Anne-Marie
May 2016 - $70.00
Memorial Day weekend 2016. Campground is nothing like the brochures. Sites are very close together. Dirt road is a dust storm all day long. Doniker(upper) Bathhouse is minimal, 1 urinal, 1 toilet, 1 sink,. There's 1 shower with a toilet in the mens room. 1 shower for the whole upper campground. Could have been cleaner. Tiny camp store not much there. Cell service in the area is poor, Camp wifi is even worse, could not get on at all. Power kicked of 2 times over the weekend. Sites have hook ups all over the place. Sites not level, mud holes at various spots and sites. Would not stay there again, will not stay there again. Employees seemed mad at the world? - Big Daddy DN
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
Jul 2017 - $23.00
Very clean park. Park is patrolled on a regular basis. Not a park for big RVs. Look at photos before reserving, as some sites are on grass and can be a little messy if raining. Loop A & D are pet friendly, but Loop D offers more privacy, especially #95 & 99, but they are modern non-electric. Heed to the lengths of the pads as some are (20') made for temts / pop ups. Small roads leading to park...follow posted signs on the roads as GPS will lead you on small tar/chip winding back roads. - PCP RVer
Jun 2017 - $48.00
Nice park with easy spots to navigate into. Full service sites do not have a water view. - acadiandave
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Park can be a "tight squeeze" with big equipment. The roadway in the entrance has a 10 ton limit, and the roads are narrow. Be careful. However, once you get yourself situated, this is a well-patrolled park. Didn't observe any bad acting. Quiet and family safe. We are here now and the heat this summer in general and this week has been oppressive. Luckily the A loop site we are in has 50 amps. No water or sewer - sites across the way do on the water side.
Hiking trails are suitable for all age hikers. Little sandy beach area with pavilions is cute. There are several large group areas sprinkled around. Yurts and cabins look attractive. Wellsboro is a nice little spot with some shopping and rainy day destinations like a theatre and some nice restaurants- mom and pop and fine dining.
I hear the fishing is good but I've come up empty. Tackle Shack outside of Wellsboro is well stocked. - Johnboronkay
May 2019 - $20.00
This is a lovely, well maintained large COE park with 160 rv sites with picnic table and fire ring in six different loops. The sites in Hawthorn, Aspen, Beech, Birch and Hickory loops are all asphalt and the majority are incredibly spacious. Sitting areas are comprised of fine gravel (the kind that easily gets tracked in your rig). Most sites appear to have a front to back slope, so bring levelers. Any of these loops can accommodate big rigs, but they are on the short side (you'll have to jockey your tow vehicle to make sure it isn't touching the grass). Interior roads are also asphalt in great condition, and easily navigable one -way (narrow) loops. Pine Camp loop has primitive sites with no hookups. This loop is on a narrow dirt road in fair/poor condition about a mile from the other loops. These sites are not suited for big rigs in our opinion, as they are smaller and some are grossly unlevel. We stayed in site 32, a spacious FHU site in Hawthorn Loop which wasn't very level but within capability of the jacks. The park has a huge boat ramp area and at this time there is no fee to launch your boat. They also have a swimming beach, playground and large day use area. The check in office was closed (apparently during the off season?), so you just proceed to your reserved site. Ditto for the camp store. I'm guessing these are open Memorial Day to Labor Day, but there are no hours/days posted anywhere. There is a campground host that patrols the property if you have questions. Bathroom/shower area had 4 toilets and 4 showers per gender and were kept clean. The bathhouse in Hawthorn loop has a laundry room with 2 washers ($3.00 per wash) and 2 dryers. The park is fairly remote, so make sure to stock up ahead of time. The nearest Walmart is about 30 minutes away. Utilities worked well and Verizon signal was good. No cable and we could only pull in 4 OTA channels. This is a gem of a park and we would most certainly return. - RVIN 24-7
Sep 2018 - $20.00
A hidden gem. Spacious sites, very clean. Sites are paved. No activities it is camping as it should be. Make your own fun and enjoy the experience. No WiFi or cable. Verizon cell service was excellent. OTA tv reception, I got three channels, enough to stay caught up on the news. You would not be disappointed. - Smokinlen
Sep 2018 - $18.00
Beautiful campground around Hammond Lake. Most are level sites, full hookups. Quiet and peaceful in September, mostly adults camping at this time of the year. - Pankie
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
Aug 2016 - $60.00
We liked the campground so much last year that we made another trip again this year (Labor Day weekend). Stayed there with my wife, girls (now 8 and 13), dog, and two cats.
So if you read my last review of this campground it provides the highlights. Beautiful location, gravel roads, sites on the 'other' side of the lake are spacious, a number of activities available, friendly staff, very clean restrooms - which are individual showers (one person in the room) which I like... The list goes on.
They made some improvements since last year that were noticeable. New ball field, volleyball court, cemented the floor of the covered pavilion, got rid of the items 'hidden' in the woods. I had mentioned power fluctuations - but I was reading between 112 and 116 volts this year at all times. Had a great time there - no complaints at all.
It would be nice to have some different activity types (maybe some arts/crafts for the kids), would love some walking trails (they may do that in the future on neighboring property), wifi, better shuffleboard course. Again - minor items. They are continuing to enhance the property yearly. I will say that some of the seasonal campers are pretty close together and older - but that is not the part we stay in.
Not sure how much is in the immediate area to do, but I suspect there are some things within a reasonable drive. We stay on site for the weekend. Bingo, washerboard, kickball, volleyball, yard sale...lots of things to keep you busy....or not. A great place to kick back and just enjoy the time there.
Would recommend - going there again next year. Site 323 is great (as last year), as well as site 220 (which was already reserved...). - T.Butter
Jun 2019 - $38.00
Pick this campground for proximity to Lycoming Creek. This run was a fishing trip. Only stayed a few days. AT&T no service. WiFi good. Truck traffic can wake you up at times. We will come back! - The Lone Ranger
Aug 2015 - $32.00
The group camping sites are in an open grass field, which was mowed. They are so so for being level The road in the CG is gravel and a little dusty. No TV, NO Cell (AT&T). There is fairly good WIFI. There in not much to do in the area, so get your walking shoes on and talk to the neighbors. There is a nice pavilion to eat and visit. There is a lot for the young..... basketball, soccer, nice playground and fishing in a great stream. Sites have W/E with a dump station in the CG. I always like coming here. - maineman
Aug 2013 - $27.00
Nice campground, big sites, good power, good water pressure, weak AT&T signal but park has fast wi-fi. Friendly and accommodating staff. Close to Williamsport. A little road noise from SR 14, but not bad. We would return. - walt66
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
Jul 2018 - $30.00
On the positive: Beautiful park, good privacy in site, great state park with hiking, fishing and swimming in the creek, absolutely no cell signal. Great views from the tops of the mountains. Negative - no water in site (should've looked closer during booking), power went out (briefly), no one staffing the park and had to drive down the road to the ranger station, absolutely no cell signal. - Kevco
May 2018 - $18.00
Price reflects Senior pass. We were in Site #69, which was right next to the bathroom/shower/laundry building. Very convenient. The site was paved and long enough for our 45' 5th wheel and Freightliner, but the roads were narrow and recent rains had left the ground soft and muddy. It was difficult to back in without going off the pavement, not only for us but for others with smaller rigs. We heard from neighbors that the rangers had gotten the mowing machine stuck behind our site the day before, and you could see the ruts. I'm sure that's not an issue when it's dry, but be aware in the springtime that the ground can be VERY soft. The park is nice, lots of trees and spacious enough that your neighbors aren't right on top of you. No Verizon, AT&T barely. No OTA TV even though the stations are less than 20 miles away - we were in a bit of a dip, so that might be why. We would stay here again, would love to get into the water when it's a bit warmer. As others have noted, sites are unlevel - the longer your rig, the worse it will be. We had several of our 6 tires off the ground, but were able to level. - Denise and Glenn
May 2018 - $36.00
Very nice campground. We loved having access to the lake for kayaking, and the small pond was a wonderful spot to bird watch. The paved parking area for the car/RV were good. (Some sites not so level to begin, but we were able to get the RV level once in the site.) Some loops have WES, some only WE. We were in the WE section in Cove. We were on the right side of cove road, away from the lake, and the sites on that side were a bit harder to level. The sites on the left (lake) side of cove looked to be more level to begin with, so will probably select a site on that side next time. Nicely sized sites, you didn't feel crammed in with your neighbor. Enjoyed the graveled picnic table area, that helped keep down dirt in the camper and protected our screen room.
The water and electric hookups worked well. The bathrooms were pretty nice: new fixtures and looked like new paint on the walls. Plenty of hot water. At start of season, the bathrooms were nice and clean. Laundry facilities were great, only 2 washers/dryers, but they were pretty large capacity and only $2.00 a load. Very convenient and easy to do a load or so when the mood hit you. Overall, loved it here, will be back! - JBTravels
Sep 2017 - $36.00
We were on site 86; the power was 30amp and the site did not have any afternoon shade but it was a wonderful site. Level, spacious, private, and clean. We were surrounded by very nice campers and during the afternoon we could sit behind our RV (in the shade of the RV) on the grass and look out at the lake and hills!!! it was beautiful. Many of the sites are short and some were un-level but a great place to relax! - D-D campers