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12 RV Parks near Union City, Pennsylvania
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Union City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Union City in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $48.00
Second time to visit Sparrow Pond in our 45', Class A motorhome w/tow. Quiet, gated park. We camped in Joey Circle which has no satellite obstructions. Site is crushed road pavement which is not that smooth, but other sites have smoother gravel. Full hook ups, picnic table. Park has a large pool, game room, fishing pond, large pavilions & activities. 6miles to Hwy 90. About 7-8 miles to Walmart, groceries, restaurants, etc. Roads are easy to navigate in this front area. - 2SimsNanRV
Aug 2018 - $54.00
Staff was helpful and courteous on the telephone and upon arrival. They provided a helpful packet with a map and additional information. The campground was clean and nice. The sites seemed a bit close. Each site had a good picnic table and fire circle. Dump station is available for a fee. There is no food service offered, although they sell some ice cream novelties. Friendly for dogs. - Osita5
May 2018 - $72.00
Let me begin by saying how KIND the staff is at Sparrow Pond was when I explained our dilemma. Our plans had changed unexpectedly when I fell very ill and the impetus to reach our final destination found us with nowhere to stay over the Memorial Weekend. A lovely staff member went beyond the norm and found a place for us, an overflow space that bordered a work area. We were grateful to find ANY space, and were pleasantly surprised to find that the view behind our rig was spectacular. The campground was filled with families and was really a cheerful place to spend the busy weekend. Kudos to Sparrow Pond and our sincere thanks to the very helpful staff member. You are the best. - jeanne gowan
Jul 2014 - $35.00
This is a nice campground if you want to stay off the beaten path. There is room between sites with grassy lots and cottonwood trees that were shedding profusely when we were there. There are many full-timers so it is quiet at night. We had a problem with our power at the site we were given. The manager was gone all afternoon and the person who was filling in for her moved us to a new site after two hours of trying to resolve the issue. He was very helpful but the manager was not very friendly. The Wi-Fi was unreliable and when we finally got connected it was very slow and the connection kept dropping out. Laundry facilities were great. - Ro&Don
Apr 2013 - $32.00
Super friendly, warm staff welcomed us and worked to get us all set up including lopping a couple of branches off a nearby tree. Very grassy campground with mostly back-in sites along lovely creek with expansive fields behind. Utility connections were easy, excellent WiFi, superior water pressure, and strong Verizon signal. Nice new laundry machines. Rate reflect weekly stay. - jbrucemagon
Oct 2010 - $29.00
We camped here Friday, October 8th and Saturday October 9th in our fifth wheel. The campground is really nicely laid out and all of the amenities were working great. The owners and the staff were very helpful and the other campers that were there were really nice people. This is a great area for kids although the pool was closed there is plenty for them to do. We would return again. - Frances Ann
Jul 2016 - $85.00
We had a wonderful stay over the holiday. Activities included fireworks, bonfires, hayrides, patriotic puppy parade, lighted boat parade, pontoon boat rides, and swimming in the lake and pool. Owners are super friendly and responsive for such a busy weekend. Great place for families and pets. Trailer rental was clean and comfortable. Beautiful setting and close to craft beer and good food. - PAbrezfamily
Aug 2014 - $37.00
Paradise seems to have escaped this park. Check-in process needs much help. No campground map was provided, nor a list of events or park instructions. In fact, check-in desk was surrounded by young kids playing, no adult supervision. We asked for assistance on completing our check-in process and the young kid tried to help, but didn’t understand what needed to be done. We waited until an adult was able to assist us. We also had no idea how to get rid of our trash, until we walked around the whole park and a fellow camper told us to place by the road for pickup. Many campers were long term, and these RV’s appeared really rough, which presented a negative look on the park. Almost 40% of the park is long term owners. Some travel trailers belong to the park which they rent out. Pool was beyond full, which is no surprise, since it’s a small pool for a large campground. Campground had no Wi-Fi available. Verizon phones got strong 4g. Campground is about 10min from a major highway. Roads are narrow and not big rig friendly. In fact, the campsite provided for our 34ft 5th wheel was TIGHT… with the truck connected, it was difficult to disconnect. The narrow road, campers across the road and tree created a hard time from maneuvering into our spot and disconnect. Campsite only included “grey” water dumping, electric and water. DirecTV was not an option, due to the many trees within the park. We found this campground needs much TLC. For such a nice area, this park was a disappointment. Those campers next to us shared the same concerns about the park as stated above. - HappyCampers227
Sep 2013 - $35.00
A very nice park with a super friendly owner and staff. The owner's son helps to manage the park and he lives right on-site. Propane refills available for $1/lb. Boat rentals are also available. We rented a pontoon boat which has seen better days but was seaworthy. Findley Lake has a lot of weeds though, so you will be constantly reversing the engine to try to dislodge them. I didn't go in the heated pool but saw many campers take advantage of it and it looks very nice. While we were there it looked like they were in the process of building a small mini-golf area. The other campers were super friendly. The sites are very shady which I love. The roads driving in to some of them are a bit tight but certainly manageable. Most of the sites are back-in but there are a few pull-throughs as well. We stayed in site 19 which was very shady and had a large area for parking cars, setting up tents. or building a fire. Right across from site 19 is site 27 which looked like a very nice site. It had a bit of lawn area and backed onto a creek rather than being all gravel. The site we stayed at did not have a black water sewer hookup, only grey water. There are some black water hookups in the park. They are all holding tank style which the owner pumps out once a week. There was 30 and 20 amp electric available at the site, both of which were wired correctly. Cable TV was a nice bonus. Despite some info in other reviews to the contrary, there is No Wi-Fi in the park. I confirmed this with the owner. Some of the permanent residents have WiFi access points, but of course these are locked down and not public. I would not hesitate to go back to this campground! - JonSteiger
May 2016 - $35.00
Sites are close together. Does has nice pools. Lots and lots of people. Always something going on. People are friendly and the staff is very helpful. - Billdavis61
Jul 2009 - $34.00
Cost was too much for no full hook ups. No laundry on site and showers/bathrooms were not clean. Maybe okay for one night without unhooking. We took this one off our list. - kelsiekid
Jun 2017 - $30.00
nice quiet park next to Woodcock Lake. Excellent fishing, canoeing, kayaking, Trails to walk. Large sites that are not bunched together. - Sonshine Traveler
May 2016 - $27.00
This is a city park that was created by the Corps of Engineers. You can find the park on Recreation.gov but you cannot make a reservation. The campground is open between Memorial Day and Labor Day. There is camping allowed prior to Memorial Day and after labor day on an honor system basis. This is a 1st come, 1st served park except for holidays, when up to one half of the sites may be reserved.
This is an old park but it is clean and well maintained. There are 75 sites with 30 amp electric, the rest have no electric. Most of the sites share electric with another site. There is no water in the campground but there is water as you enter the area at the registration hut. There are no sewer hook-ups but there is a dump station which is free to campers. The restrooms and showers are old but are clean and well maintained.
The campsites are paved but old. Most are flat but some have a severe slope. Several of the sites are wet and muddy after a rain. There is a lot of space between campsites. There is a picnic table and fire ring at each site but there are no grills.
The current rate is $27.00 for Electric and $22.00 with no Electric.
The campground website gives more information.
I would have given a higher Value rating if the restroom/showers were modernized.
This was our first time here and it was very pleasant. We will definitely camp here again. - dmoore1108
Sep 2018 - $60.00
Nice park stayed 1 night on our way to Buffalo NY, friendly staff, very clean had a deluxe site. - tazman1953
May 2018 - $48.00
Stayed here before, but this time it was over Memorial Day. Very crowded. This is a family oriented park, so lots of activities for kids including bounce mat, pools, movies, huge playground, etc. Pros are the activities for kids and service of staff. Cons are the small, narrow, short sites. Sites are really jumbled so fit around all the cabins and trees. Sites and roads are dirt and gravel and are hard to maneuver a larger rig. Only a couple of sites for a 45' coach. Not much overflow parking so cars everywhere. Every site has a fire ring, and the smoke is heavy most all day and night. Many muddy areas despite no rain. One tiny dog run and one larger one that was soiled & muddy. Limited places to walk dogs on leash. Utilities good, but cable horrid. OTA TV was better. Might skip this place next time. - okdiver
Sep 2017 - $45.00
Erie KOA is probably a lovely park to stay in during the summer season if you have young children and an RV smaller than 40 feet, or wanted to make use of their cool-looking teepees or basic cabins for rent. We, however, have a 40 foot motorhome and found the park layout extremely difficult to navigate. We were warned not to attempt exiting past the dump station, as it apparently is quite hard on RV owners who risk it. Our assigned site was angled exactly the wrong way to follow the approved exit path, but with some maneuvering we were able to get our rig pointed the right way and our tow car hooked up. Even though our space was a pull-thru, it would have been impossible to leave the car hooked up. This park does recycle. The dumpster for that purpose is located behind a fence at the back of the property. Cable TV worked fine and we were able to get broadcast channels from nearby Erie. We did not use the park WiFi. Our Verizon service worked well. Sabo's Pizza will deliver to the park, but is not admitted past the entrance, thus requiring campers to meet the delivery vehicle there. - The Borgs
Jul 2018 - $47.00
This is a perfectly charming park. Not very many short term sites, but the ones they have are very nice. They all have paver patios and picnic table. There is a fire ring at the sites as well. The management was very helpful and pleasant. We had to maneuver around a bit to finally get level. No issues with utilities. Wifi was new and spotty at best. Clear view for satellite. We would stay here again. - Vicki K
Jun 2018 - $40.00
I stayed 10 days at this park and was very pleased with the location and the care given to make the park pleasing to the eye. The owners were very accommodating to work scheduling with as I was willing to be flexible also. The sites have very nice and large paved patios. I highly recommend the park for one night or longer term stays. I have been a full time RVer for 15 years and this is one of my favorite parks. - Becky Macumber
May 2018 - $42.00
The campground is very easy access from I-90. The campground driveway is paved with the remaining roads and sites gravel. The paved portion is slightly larger than one lane and has three large speedbumps within the space of 100 yards. The back portion of the campground appears to be mostly park models and permanent or semi-permanent trailers. The front portion of the campground is a row of pull-throughs with back-in sites around the perimeter. There had been significant rain prior to our arrival and although the gravel road and site were dry enough, everything else was quite muddy. In speaking with the owner, he indicated they had not been able to add additional gravel due to persistent rain but were planning to do that as soon as possible. We drive a 45 foot MH with a tow and were able to navigate into, through, and out of the CG. Roads are a bit on the narrow side for our rig and getting out of the site took slow and careful navigation but I think they would be adequate for something a bit smaller. The sites are a gravel surface with a small patio with pavers and flowers. They are quite close with a small strip of grass in between. There are many young trees in this area as well. The utilities are placed mid site and worked well. The Wi-Fi did not really work for us, it appears as if we connected but the service was too slow for making connections. Our Verizon hot-spot was adequate for gentle internet surfing. We did not use the rest rooms, laundry, or cable so cannot comment on that. There is no defined park park but there is a nice area in the front where people were walking their dogs. When calling to register you speak personally with the owner. When I first called she was unable to take my call but did call me back later in the day. The owners were friendly and helpful. Although the CG is quite close to the highway, it is very quiet and peaceful. - LvR
Jul 2018 - $44.00
This park was a nice stop fairly close to Presque Isle which we really enjoyed. The campground had permanents in the back and rentable sites as you entered. Staff was nice, park was quiet other than some playing children which we don't fault. We would stay again. - busyteach
Jul 2018 - $53.00
Nice pool but no life guard and people don't watch their kids. It has no diving, but kids just jump in. No kitchen. Bathrooms are very out dated and and rusty. At this site the table and fire ring were far away, and not a lot of space between sites. - Confer
Jun 2018 - $46.00
We stayed in site 51. This site was close to our neighbor, but manageable. Park was clean and staff friendly. We stayed 6 nights and had no problems. - Jim and Lynda
Oct 2010 - $24.00
At arrival, we felt very unwelcome. It is basically a fishing camp. Very rough road in and steep gravel hill to campsite, which was a pull through in basically a lawn. Grass was very high. Mostly older seasonals. We will not return. - Corninggirl
Oct 2009 - $22.00
Stayed here Halloween Weekend; cold, windy and raining but we had the river behind us. We did try steelhead fishing but the weather made it impossible. We would stay here again. Site had picnic table and fire ring. No one on either side of us so that was nice, roomy and the place was quiet. Mostly just fisherman so no kids around that I saw. Not much for them to do here. The road into the place is a bit rough and over all the place could be updated but was OK. We only used the electric, brought our own water and used dump station, which was nicely set up for use. - Ohiojude
Aug 2008 - $25.00
Easy access off I-90. The driveway in is a bit steep and a lot rough but doable for our 37' fiver. We had a pull-thru site right next to the pavilion/bath house and there were some guys hanging around there when we got to our campsite which made me a bit uneasy. However, soon found they were there for some Lake Erie fishing trips and were staying in the dorm-like rooms in the bath house section of the pavilion. Bathrooms were clean but small (3 showers/1 toilet on women's side) and could use a little updating. They are locked at night but you get a key when you check in. The creek was low in August; it seems their good fishing season is fall through spring. You can purchase PA fishing licenses and all your fishing gear at the store which is geared more for fishing than camping. There is a small catch-and-release pond on the grounds and Lake Erie fishing is 15 minutes away. Very quiet; beautiful scenery; swings, jungle gym and slide for the kids; volleyball net. I think the pull-thru sites are rather close together but since we were the only "big rig" there (most were seasonals), we had the whole area to ourselves. Would definitely stay here again. - PennyPA
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Nice clean campground right on Lake Erie. Good utilities - no sewer but a dump station. Very nice bath/shower facilities. Paved roads and pads and nice grassy areas and plenty of space between sites. No cable but a number of channels on the batwing. Traffic was a little crazy coming in but found out there was a special event going on causing traffic issues. Little traffic leaving in the a.m. It was quiet at night until about 4 a.m. when all the nearby industrial businesses kicked in then there was lots of noise. Main gates close about 7 p.m. But there is another gate through the marina parking lot to your right that is always open if you're late. Not too crowded when we were there but understand it often is and reservations are recommended. - utchaps
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Overall, the park, which is on Lake Erie is a nice small park run by Port Erie, so convenient if you like to fish, boat, etc. The park, however, doesn't appear to be managed. There is an office onsite that is not staffed; there is a phone number to call if you need to check in that no one answered and the phone had a full mailbox. No directions on what to do posted, and no site assignment on the confirmation. When we arrived called the number four times to no avail so we had no idea where to park, so we just picked a spot--of course finding out the next day that we needed to move. We arrived at 3:30, so it was not like it was late. One of the other visitors had flagged down someone in a golf cart doing a round to finally open up the office to do check ins (they had been at the campground for three days). Park is convenient to Presque Island and other waterfront activities. Nice bath house, but no other amenities. Good verizon and AT&T and easy to connect DTV satellite. Wide sites. - TheRestlessYoungs
May 2016 - $32.00
Very nice campground run by the city of Erie. Bathhouse and restrooms were new and very nice. Hookups were new. No sewer. They have a laundry. The campground is adjacent to a public marina. The campground is surrounded by a chain link fence and the gate is locked at night. Very close to town. Our site was double booked over the holiday so we had to leave earlier than we expected. But the ranger was incredibly nice and we managed to find another location so it was not a problem for us. Normally, the place is very busy - not surprising. Great spot for fishing. - ArkansasTraveler