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24 RV Parks near Wayne Heights, Pennsylvania
We did however find 24 campgrounds within 25 miles of Wayne Heights. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Wayne Heights in the left hand column.
May 2019 - $74.00
We chose this campground to take our friends on their first ever RV trip because we had a wonderful time when we had been here in the past. Sadly things have changed. The staff is still helpful and friendly. The grounds are overgrown, muddy, and the gravel on the roads is overused on the actual campsite so one is camping on a gravel pit with very little grass area. The section we were in had some seasonal which have many additional buildings on site such as wood sheds,gazebos, and porches. We were unable to use the water for our entire stay as the bacteria count was too high. Most disappointing was the fact that we could see and HEAR the main highway (US 15 ) with all the cars and big rigs...we had to talk loudly in our sites just to hear one another. When setting up upon arrival, we experienced a defective 30 amp circuit which was replaced immediately and resolved the situation. Kudos to the staff. Our site (#7) was virtually level and very roomy, so OK site but not so OK location. If reserving this campground in the future I would ask to not be located next to the highway especially for the premium which is being paid. - Flyingcloud25fb
Sep 2018 - $74.00
We have stayed at this park several times over the years. With this stay we noticed the park is looking rather scruffy. There appears to be more permanent (seasonal) sites and with that comes some sites that are becoming eyesores. There is a RV where the slide out came completely out of the RV and is busted up laying on the ground. No idea how long it has been that way. Some rigs look like they have not been cleaned since they were parked. The grass (and some trees) need cutting throughout the park. The wireless throughput was poor, fluctuating between .21Mbps to 2.40Mbps. If you need to get some work done, don't count on this network. Cable TV had a lot of signal noise. Not something I'm used to seeing. Water pressure was a bit low running between 30 and 50PSI, surprised by that. It would have been nice to see a consistent 60PSI but that did not happen. Power was excellent. Not exactly big rig friendly with some tight turns and like I said trees need to be cut back but it's do-able. Staff is friendly and professional. Overall I guess I'm somewhat disappointed. If I was staying for $30 a night I would just roll with it but for what we paid to stay I hold the park to a higher standard and it fell short. - The Man with No Name
Aug 2018 - $74.00
First the good, friendly staff, lots of activities and amenities, excellent cable TV. The not so good, paid for a"premium"site, there was no where to place picnic table on level ground. Fire ring was almost in the next site and the grass is nearly knee high. Just expected more for the premium price. - Mgee
Sites: 106 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 29 Reviews
Aug 2018 - $18.00
This is almost the perfect park, beautiful wooded campgrounds, large camp spots, plenty to do. The camp spots were level and very clean. We stayed in site 15 for 5 nights and 18 for 1 night in the Addison run section the only electric section with pets allowed (1 old cat) electric only, water was close by. So level we didn't need to do anything. We booked on line and when we checked in the agent at the gate asked how old we were and then promptly gave us a Maryland Park Service Golden Age pass holders ($10) and refunded us 71 from our booked reservation, 1/2 price camping for 62+ Sunday thru Thursday. ATT did not work at the camp ground section we were in, but we went 1/2 mile up the hill to another section, took lunch with us and was able to get cell service. The antenna TV was also pretty bad, so plan on outside time. The hiking is great, swimming, fishing and canoeing, lots to do. At the front entrance is a book exchange. The only downside are the conditions of the bathhouse in the Addison run loop, and they are pretty bad. Enough for me to take 1 star off for this perfect park. A razor and garbage stayed in one shower stall for 3 days. A broom to knock down cobwebs and other debris would help, mop the floors or clean with a hose, just to mention a few things. - hiker13
Aug 2018 - $14.00
The site we stayed in "#25" was very level and had a water spigot right next to it. There are lots of trails to hike in and around the park. A very nice hike down to the falls (a couple of steep and rocky parts, but very doable for us 70 year old, out of shape) . Wear good shoes and you will be in good shape. Hiking poles come in handy as well. A very nice setting provided a great spot to play during a heavy rainstorm. There was a lot of activity down at the lake during the weekend, but things quieted down nicely during the week. There was a "Teardrop" rendezvous going on while we were there. Great folks who seemed to really enjoy their little trailers.
The roads were easy to navigate, but that is in reference to our rig of 28'. The road in was curvy and narrow (highway 77) and the road up to the campground loop (Addison) was pretty steep. I wouldn't recommend it for a big 5th wheel although there were a couple of large motorhomes there - they did unhook their cars before they came in . - Capt Gerry
Jul 2018 - $30.00
What a beautiful park! We stayed in Addison Run Loop pet-friendly with electric, site #15. Fully shaded, quiet, very secluded, level, clean and NO bugs. The weather was cool so we could leave our camper doors open..until the torrential rains came on Saturday afternoon...about 3" worth! Wonderful hiking trails down to the Falls and the Lake, a little difficult so glad we had hiking shoes and poles. Didn't use bathroom facilities this trip but peaked inside and they looked clean with nice shower stalls. We have a 21' Class B campervan so size was not an issue at our site, however, I could see that larger rigs may have trouble with site size. Our loop had more tent campers than RVs, and with the rains I was reminded how nice it is to be warm and dry hunkered inside our camper! The park is quite hilly with lush old growth forest and rocky outcroppings. We also hiked part of the Catoctin Run trail, crossing mountain streams which swelled with the heavy rain. We will definitely be back to this lovely place. NOTE: One of the tent campers took a plastic tub filled with firewood from our site while we were out sightseeing in the van. When we found the tub missing and went to retrieve it, the thief said "Sorry dude, I thought you were gone." We usually leave miscellaneous items out when we daytrip, never anything of value, to let folks know the site is occupied. - Debbie Collison
Jun 2015 - $23.00
We have stayed here a couple of times as it comes at a convenient stop time in our itinerary. The place is really an RV dealership with some campsites in the back. A trucking company is adjacent which has noisy all night operations that can affect some sites. Our last visit occurred when the dealership seemed to have an overstock of units. Most sites and access roads were being used for storage. We arrived around 2 p.m. and only one site was available. Staff was friendly and diligent in making sure we could fit into the space before we paid. No sewer at site and the dump station was positioned on the passenger side of the rig on exit. We didn't bother to try to use it. We would strongly recommend that anyone planning on staying here, call ahead to be sure there will be sites available. - halfdimes
Apr 2014 - $1.00
Sites and common road were somewhat tight for our larger RV and is a muddy mess after any rainfall. Appreciate being able to stay for free to have some service work done on the RV but truly felt like it was only adequate for the price (not) paid. If I were paying to stay here I would deduct a rating point for every dollar per night they charged me. - Snidely Whiplash
May 2011 - $23.00
I stayed here over Memorial Day weekend. Not many places honor the Passport rate over a holiday weekend but they do. Lots of noise from I-81. The campground is in one part of the storage area for new and used RV's. I did not see any units that could have been considered used for parts. A short walk found a dumpster to dispose of trash. There is a complete RV parts and service dept. It was an adequate place to stay. I didn't feel like I was locked in or unsafe at any time during my 3 day stay here. - mrracechaser
Sites: 31 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 4 Reviews
Oct 2019 - $30.00
This is a nice little spot that doesn't take reservations. The sites were taken quickly on the weekend. We arrived around 1:00PM on a Friday and didn't have any trouble closing a spot. The sites are nicely leveled and some have electric hook-up. The water spigots are located along the roads and generally not in level areas so it's difficult to tell if you are full or not. There is no dump station. The restrooms were clean and the showers some of the nicest we've been to in a state park. This campground is right off the highway and there is truck noise at all sites. - HaRV the Traveller
Feb 2018 - $18.00
We camped here in February and there was only one other camper. It was quiet except for the faint noise from the highway. The sites are pretty big, and they have a fire pit, picnic table and a little bit of a workbench for some reason. We paid $18 through self registration when we arrived by using the provided envelopes. A Ranger checked in with us A few minutes later to see how everything was going. Lots of hiking trails here but not much else to do in the winter. We stayed at site 20 which was very close to the Porta John that we used since the bathroom facilities are closed during winter. - The Bees
Dec 2017 - $18.00
I used this campground for a quick overnight stay. This campground recently reopened after a long closure following heavy storm damage, and unlike the other campground at Cunningham Falls, is open year round, but with limited winter service, no reservations taken, and a lower fee charged.
Roads are paved and in excellent condition, but are tight, as are most sites. Sites are gravel and mostly level, but many can be a challenge to get into, this is not a big rig friendly campground. Picnic table, fire ring and lantern post are provided. Sites are spaced well, some closer good for groups, but many are spacious and well apart from other sites. Power at my site showed reversed polarity on the 30amp, and the outlet itself was installed upside down. The 20amp was good. No water or sewer hookups, water is available from spigots throughout the campground.
Shower house was closed for the season, a portapot was provided, but I did not use it. Campground was very dark but there was a good deal of road noise from Rt15, which continues all night long, but this was not an issue inside the camper. I saw no staff, and the campground was otherwise empty. It proved to be a good place to overnight with my small travel trailer. - Cyclonic
Nov 2019 - $60.00
We reserved a full hookup site and Granite Hill Camping Resort failed to provide it. Water was turned off in our section. We were charged for full hookup and when we requested a refund Granite Hill kept the $50 deposit. Granite Hill was once very accommodating but something has changed. Be very careful placing deposits at Granite Hill Camping Resort.
Campground is in reasonably good condition and generally well maintained. The playground equipment is older and in desperate need of repair. If you have small children be very careful and watch for splinters. Lots of activities. The staff was very friendly and professional but they can not make decisions. All decisions are forwarded to the owners who decide in absence.
Granit Hill is a very nice campground physically but the focus and attitude towards customers has eroded. I do not recommend this campground. - Carl_Livesay
Aug 2019 - $30.00
Stayed at Granite Hill for the August Bluegrass Festival, as we have for the past six years. In all the time we’ve been coming, I’d be hard pressed to say that there’s been any improvements to the site. In fact, during this last festival, they did an interview with the founder of the campground/festival (Joe Cornett) and the current owners/promoter (Rich and Cindy Winkelmann) and learned that the campground was opened back in 1975. It seems to me like the playground sets around the site are from at least the late 70’s. All the wood decking around the camp store, bathhouse and mini-golf are very old and in need of refreshing. Many of the trees are diseased and in bad shape. The front pond is mucky and full of scum. The site could be so much more with some improvements and updates, but I don’t know why they don’t do that with all the money they make from their bi-annual bluegrass festivals (not to mention the campground operation the rest of the year.) We’ll return regardless of this for the music festivals (one of the best in the northeast US) but not sure we’d do so if not for that. On the other hand, the campground is located on a nice piece of land right outside a major historical town, and with some reinvestment, it could be an awesome place... - Will Dennis
Jul 2019 - $52.00
A busy holiday weekend but yet a fairly quiet few days. Great amenities; lots of opportunities for new RV friends. The park itself had many things to do for kids and adults. Weekend includes a DJ and dancing. - Chaplee
Oct 2019 - $44.00
Great state park! The sites are difficult for large rigs to back into, but it can be done. Our trailer needed 3 leveling blocks for it to be level. The site had lots of space. There is a smaller playground at the top of a hill around the loop. If you take the walk to the main area of the state park, there is a larger playground and pool. The park is very beautiful in the the fall. Will definitely be coming back! - LolaAndPappy
Sep 2019 - $33.00
Camp site had 30 amp Full hook up but were small and ours was not level. Bathrooms and showers were new this year and very nice and clean. Dump station and water lines to site also appear to be new. - packman52
Sep 2018 - $35.00
This is a pretty State Park campground in the woods, with trails, nearby streams and waterfalls. Electric only; water at dump station and spigots in campground. Unfortunately, it has the worst campground layout we've ever seen, and we've camped in many State Parks across the country. Campsites consist of cleared sections of forest at the side of the road, with several electric posts arranged in a semi-circle. Our space was possibly long enough for 2 larger rigs, and they had it marked off for 3 sites. Our neighbor was so close our slide-outs almost touched, with no room to lower our awning. This campground would be OK for tents and small campers, but its not big-rig friendly! For this reason we would not stay here again. - FranM
Jul 2019 - $54.00
Nice heavily shaded sites with nice picnic tables and glider twin chairs. Staff went above and beyond, very friendly and helpful. If coming from Highway 81 don’t turn on High St follow KOA signs for better access. - JamesNC
Jun 2019 - $40.00
A REAL campground -- way back in the woods with lots of tall trees. Navigation is a bit challenging in places but we had no problem getting into our site. Cable TV is good and WI-FI is pretty decent as campground Wi-FI goes. It does require a bit too much repeatedly signing in but it's not a perfect world. Our site was not that much longer than our coach but there plenty of space beside the rig. Office staff was very friendly and the guy who parked us was a really nice guy. - w3sjkb3aam
May 2019 - $65.00
What a great place. Our site was a Premium site, shady and level. The staff there are very friendly. We have never been here before, but you can tell they have spent a lot of time and money on improvments. The sites were wooded and very comfort feeling. If we make it back to this area again, we will sure stay here. - archbarb
Oct 2018 - $36.00
This is a very nice park. Everything was clean and well cared for. Our gravel site was level and had been raked before we got there. We did some hiking while we were there, and the hiking trails were well tended. A couple of the loops don't allow pets, so be aware of that before you come with pets. - AnnP
Jul 2018 - $15.00
We stayed in the Cedar Electric loop. This park is very well designed for camping. All sites are reasonably level, but some have fairly steep slopes to the pad. The campground host was very informative and kept the sites spotless. We will definitely return. - Capt Gerry
Apr 2018 - $36.00
This was our second time camping here, both times in late April, so crowds were minimal. The sites we saw were all freshly raked and smooth. With a little planning you can find a site that offers privacy against a wooded hillside. The Park staff has been very friendly and helpful during both of our stays here. Nice hiking trail from the camping loops down to and around the Park's lake. We will certainly return. - 74 Noreaster