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9 RV Parks near Tyrone, Pennsylvania
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Tyrone. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Tyrone in the left hand column.
Sep 2009 - $18.00
We could not get a site at Prince Gallitzin State Park, so we opted to stop here and see if they had any sites available. The staff was very welcoming and provided us with a choice of some spots to park with 30 amp service. There are several places to dry-camp and they have potable water and a dump station in the park. The camp ground has mostly year-round residents and a few park models, but was close to a small ice cream stand, mini-golf and pizza shop as well as a horse riding stable. The sites are wooded and other campers that we met were very friendly. It's not fancy, but will do in a pinch! - sfedeli
Aug 2019 - $42.00
Been camping here for many years. Sites are nice and fairly level. Most are under tree canopy so the air conditioner doesn't have to work overtime. - Smooshdad
Aug 2019 - $28.00
Great Park. Lots of trails to hike and bike on. Lake that you can boat on. There is a boat launch right in the campground. And a place to park your trailers when not in use. Most sites are in the shade and are large and spacious. They do have 7 nice sized loops each with it's own host and bathroom facilities. Two of the loops are pet friendly, but the rest of the park is not. Nice camp store that you can pick up supplies. They do offer Wifi for a fee, which I found to be very expensive (this was the only reason I rated this campground an 8 instead of a 9 or 10). But I could get online via my phone so I just used it while camping there. Park is very clean and we loved the site we had. Couple different dump stations located thru the park makes dumping a breeze as you leave. This is a State Park and no alcoholic beverages are allowed. Make sure you hike up to "Headache Hill" for a great view of the lake and surrounding area from the top of a huge white water tower. About a 3.5 mile round trip hike from the campground. - Mtbkski
Jun 2019 - $30.00
Fantastic place to stay. Clean and safe. Great for kids. Fishing and hiking, boating, swimming area. Very nice camp store with good food and ice cream. Book 11 months out for easy booking. Make sure you book for trunk and treats awesome time. - FP53
May 2019 - $44.00
Every nice in town park. Car wash right outside park entrance. Convenient to everything. - PJ Norris
Oct 2018 - $40.00
As others have noted the campground is situated on a slight hill and the turns in the campground are somewhat tight for a larger rig. But my 39' motorhome turns quite sharply so it wasn't a big problem for me. As instructed in my emailed confirmation, I stopped at the office near the road and was greeted warmly by staff and directed to my site. Unhooking toad was suggested near the storage buildings by the staff. My pull-thru site was sloping but my levelers were able to compensate. No problems at all with power. The sites are tight but I did not have a next-door neighbor during my stay. My only complaint was that the water pressure was low, reading about 30 psi on my gauge. I would certainly stay here again, perhaps requesting a back-in site which appeared a little longer and more level. - Rob R
Sep 2017 - $42.00
Watch such side of the road your GPS tells you the campground is on. One side is the convention center and across the street is the campground. It's a little hard to see it. - har-fl
Jun 2016 - $46.00
While 130 sites is an estimate for this campground north of Raystown Lake, all but seven sites are dedicated to seasonal campers. If you're lucky enough to snag one of their overnight RV sites, you'll find fairly sizable lots with adequate shade. Cabins and primitive tent sites are also available.
The seasonal rigs are well-maintained, large and modern. The campground's owners are quite friendly and presented us with a goodie bag for our dog upon arrival (with his name written on the outside and biscuits and a tennis ball on the inside. Very nice. We purchased wood at the camp office, which was delivered to our site.
The campground is the closest RV park to the town of Huntingdon and Route 22. Ignore advice on how to get there from Google Maps and instead follow directions outlined on the campground's website. Get lost on the narrow, winding roads around the Lake and you'll be sorry. - Lancaster Camper
Jun 2014 - $25.00
Things have changed since last posting. Gravel roads and sites are now dirt with many large holes. Only three of the sites (pull thru) are available for over nighters, all others have been taken by settlers. Many of the settler’s sites are nice but some are trash. If you stay on the weekly or monthly program you pay for electricity. Showers, restrooms and laundry are so dirty I refused to do laundry and went to town. The owner informed us that the park is up for sale and they are not doing any maintenance unless it’s an emergency. Overall the park is only a shell of its former self. We would go back because it’s the lesser of two evils and the only parks in the area. - Bounder1
Jul 2012 - $30.00
Shore Power 50/30/20. Sewer good. Caution water pressure is very high at 120 psi. Be sure to use a water regulator. Verizon and Sprint Air cards are good. AT&T Cell phone has good signal. Lots of room to walk your pet. Sites are very long and gravel. The road in campground is packed gravel. Good distance between sites. Office person is nice but not always in the office. No discounts. A number of long term tenants but they keep nice sites. This is not a good place for children. There are a number of construction people staying here. The cable is very good. Satellite signal is easy to access. Owner has a RV Repair shop and a lot of used campers are stored on the outer edges of the property. This is not one of the better campgrounds, but I have been in much worse. I would stay here again if I were in the area. - TXBobcat
Aug 2019 - $32.00
The camp sites were a bit close, but there were trees between you. I was a little surprised at the full hook ups we saw did not allow pets. Great back country roads to ride your bikes on. - Bosleys Mom
Jul 2019 - $43.00
We stayed at site 31. Our initial route in was pretty sketchy. We left via Route 504 to Route 322 West to Route 80 West. Much easier and less narrow and bendy. AS others have said the turn into the campground from Casanova Road is a hairy turn. Once in the campground is easy to navigate. We waited for about 30 minutes as 2 trailers filled their fresh water holding tanks. There are water spigots all over the campground. Our site was very level and easy to back into. The downside is that we were right beside the bathhouse. There is a path between sites 30 and 31 for lower campsites to have access / shortcut to the bathhouse. It gave our dogs entertainment to bark at strangers. The bathhouses were older but very clean. All of our hookups were quite easy to use. Water pressure was very good. Never a problem with electricity. We had a full service site, so emptying our grey and black tanks were no problem. If you have an electricity site only there may be a wait in line when leaving. The waste site is right by the bathhouse. Doggie poop bag dispensers were readily available. They need to put waste baskets on the pole with the bag dispenser. You are not allowed to throw the "full Bags" in the bathhouse waste containers. We hiked every trail in the Park. The highlight was the Blueberry Trail. Blueberries were ripe and we picked a bunch! Make sure you have waterproof hiking boots if on the trails. The Moss-Hanne Trail in particular is very "boggie". The beach is clean but odd looking with the black water. The concession stand was excellent. Overall we had a great time and will be back next year. - Steverino
Apr 2019 - $35.00
Our site took us hours to level our rv. We tried every conceivable angle, leveling board configuration and trick in the book! The loop had no restrictions on where you could walk your dogs, but had about 6 sites that didn't allow pets which were located across from pet allowed sites. What is the point? Because we unknowingly came 1st day of trout season, ALL sites that had electric and allowed dogs were filled. Those that said "no pets" were unoccupied. Would have loved to have been able to move to a more level site, but we travel with dogs. Those are the only complaints. We had limited cell sevice (Verizon), no internet. Nice family and outdoor recreation park. Friendly fellow campers. Many of the sites have a paved "patio". Ours (and others) was located on the utilities/connection side of our rv and not on the awning side. So I think the pad is there for a tent. We could not park our rv or tow car on the pad. - WMRamblers
Jul 2016 - $47.00
The campground owners are quite personable. They keep the campground clean and orderly. They have a miniature golf course and game room as well as a very nice pool that is handicap accessible. Although there are a lot of permanent campers, they all seem to be friendly to weekenders. I would highly recommend this campground. - J Wilson
Jul 2019 - $15.00
We stayed here the second week of July in a 30' travel trailer. We stayed in Site 141 in the Point Camp Loop, at a 50-amp site. The drive in was easy. The sites are all reasonably level and very spacious. We filled our water tank at the dump station as the hose bibs in the loop could not accommodate a hose or water thief. The dump station can accommodate 4 units at a time, so wait time was minimal. The rest rooms were very clean and had real toilet paper, not the single ply stuff we usually see. The showers were good and the water warm. It was a pretty good hike up to them as they were at the top of the hill. We had 3 bars of Verizon 4G phone signal at the campsite. We were not able to get any channels of OTA TV. There was no WIFI in the campground. Bugs did not seem to be an issue unless you hiked the trails. We found the hiking trails to be a bit limited because of deadfall, but those over at Trough Creek State Park on the other side of the lake were great. Mountain biking seems to be a real draw as the Allegrippis trails are located here. We will be coming back to this campground as it represents a great value for those who have the Federal Golden Pass and the lake had a lot to offer. - Capt Gerry
Aug 2017 - $15.00
There are six separate camping areas in this park - several on the edge of the lake. We stayed in the Meadow Camp which is at the top of a hill and is supposed to be for larger groups of people (up to 15 on a site) though there were only 2 of us. The sites are quite large and level with a connected tent pad area. None of the sites have water hook-up but faucets are nearby, though they could have been better marked. The park has a very large beach area with a snack bar and a huge marina with a restaurant. There were many many boats on the lake. There is a substantial hill on the road to get into the park. Most of the camping areas, particularly Ridge & Meadow, are quite a distance from the beach and marina areas. It is possible to walk or bike to those areas however there are is a large hill to go up and down. The dump station was very large, level, and could accommodate more than one camping unit at a time, though there was a line to dump when we left. - liz&denis
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Beautiful park with lots to do. Basically clean, but our site was filthy on arrival. Half filled bag with cigarette butts and trash before we could settle in. Fireplace full of trash and ash. Otherwise, thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Lots are spacious and offer some shade. Site surface is gravel and features a fire ring and picnic table. - judy p