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14 RV Parks near Westfield, Pennsylvania
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Westfield. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Westfield in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $18.00
We were passing through this area and chose this CG exclusively for the Passport America discount. Current condition: it's in pretty tough shape. Our site was grassy but mostly level. Water, 30 amp and cable offered. Our surge protector sensed low voltage a number of times; we notified the office then plugged in to the empty site next to us. That was a little better but we still had our power on and off several times. Water was low pressure, cable worked ok with several channels available; we didn't try over-the-air. No laundry or wi-fi available. Bathrooms and showers are very dated and need a major overhaul. We wouldn't have used them in their condition. We did have very strong AT&T cell service. We chatted with the new owner who told us they purchased the campground in March of this year. She relayed their plans for fixes and upgrades, which are sorely needed. I think this CG will look very different in a year or two but, for now, it doesn't have much to offer. - MangoandJune
Oct 2011 - $16.00
This is on the west rim of the PA Grand Canyon . It is a beautiful area here . The thing about this campground is it just as the CCP left it in the 1930"s . Very rustic and pretty . A great place for hiking and tent camping too . - GDM
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Nice small, comfortable, well kept campground if you plan on visiting the canyon. Only 28 sites - sites 22 thru 28 have electric, shared water and are spacious. Sites 23, 25, 27, 28 are dog friendly. Good wash tubs outside restrooms for dishes or clothes. - Breezy2
Sep 2014 - $23.00
Would give it a higher rating but no cell or internet service. Mostly level sites. Some a little hard to get into with a big rig. Great dump station and fresh water setup. Nice bath house. Shares parking lot with the main canyon visitor center. Gift shop and education center. The place to go and stay if you want to see the canyon. I would go there again. - camper19709
Aug 2012 - $21.00
Leonard Harrison state part has a rather small campground. A campground map is available from the Pennsylvania State Parks web site. All non-electric sites are among trees. Sites 12, 14, and 19 are among some tall pine trees and are great for hammocks. The electric sites (except for 23 and 25) are in the open. Avoid site 6, it is right next to the pathway to the bath house. The bath house is fairly new. There is only one shower in each of the men's and women's rooms. There is a family rest room that also has an accessible shower. - kanling
May 2018 - $35.00
The Campground was very well keep. We had a full-hookup, pull thru site. The campground is very close to the PA grand canyon state park top park. It was a short drive to the bottom of the canyon to get to the bike trails and the outfitter for tube or boat rentals. There was a train ride close as well. The campground has a small game room, and the normal campground bathrooms. If you plan to stay here have plans to things outside of the campground. Also follow the directions that the campground gives you, Do NOT use Google maps it will take you down some dirt roads and thru corn fields to get there. We would stay at this campground again. - JWH_tng1
Oct 2016 - $34.00
Canyon Country is the polar opposite of campgrounds with 'cookie-cutter housing development' layouts featuring row upon row of identical sites. Lots of trees, varied - almost random - sites in a rustic setting. An out-of-the way campground, to be sure, but not impossible to find. Owners very nice. Most sites and interior roads could benefit from a new layer of gravel to control the mud created when it rains. We would stay here again. - RamWagon
Aug 2015 - $36.00
Sites and roads are a little tight. The main entrance area is also a bit confusing. The main office is nestled in the campground not at the front of the park. Make sure you get directions from the main office or you will be taking some scary dirt roads if you follow your gps or smart phone.
The amenities are fine, nothing really to complain about. It's just a bit rustic. Everything could use a new coat of paint, but it wasn't dirty...just needs a bit of updating.
There is not a ton to do locally after you spend some time looking at the PA Grand Canyon (it's pretty) and maybe drive around to antique. I don't think I would go back, not because of the campground, but more because there isn't a lot to do in the area. - 4njcampers
Aug 2014 - $37.00
The camp host/motel manager was very amicable. The road into the campground was composed of gravel needing some grading and low hanging trees. Unfortunately our entrance of bottom scraping and tree branch slapping did not impress us and damaged our RV. We were assigned site 9. The site was grass and gravel with full hook-ups. All other uninhabited sites were grass only. The water at our site was a light rust color and smelled strongly of iron. The campground is located behind the motel on a very green and lush looking hill, making for difficult leveling of our motorhome. Our children (ages 6 and 4 1/2 ) were not interested in the dilapidated playground. In general, the campground was very private and we pretty much had it to ourselves. I would not recommend this campground to any motorhome owner due to the difficulty getting in or out without damage. - TnCBurns
May 2006 - $20.00
This campground was very nice. The bathrooms were very clean and had recently been remodled. The owner was very helpful and check in with us to make sure we found everything. I would have given it a 10 but the hookups were in the middle of our two sites and you had to have two sewer hoses to reach. Other than that it was a great place to camp. We will be camping there again and I would recommend it to anyone. - Tweety Girl
Jun 2017 - $34.00
This state park allows you to get away from everything, especially since there isn't any Verizon cell phone/internet service, only one radio station (at least on scan), or television channels. It is located in a valley with lots of hiking trails and a great beach area on the man-made lake (lots of canoeing).
There are two parks: Lower Campground (sites 20+) is closer to the entrance, on the right, and Daggart Run Campground (sites 1-19) is further back by the beach. Many of the sites will accommodate smaller travel trailers or pop-ups. There are a couple drive-through. Campground entrances are fairly steep and longer trailers may drag, say over 30'. Overall it is very quiet and very dark and perfect for getting the kids away from everything (except the ATVs that are very active within the park). Sites can have tree cover or not depending on site. Sites only have electric (ours had 50/30/20 amp), no water, no sewer. Dump site is only at Lower Campground. There is a potable water spout near the dump site and around the campgrounds. Office staff are very friendly and helpful. Rangers cruised the park on a regular basis. - Next Mission
Jun 2017 - $30.00
We have a big 5th wheel 40 ft, and it was longer because we had our rack down with kayaks. We were in the lower loop, site #20, which is a pull through, and that worked well. The upper loop, Daggett, is not for larger trailers at all; mostly tents and pop-up size sites. Those sites are closer together as well compared to the lower loop which offers more privacy for more sites. On the lower loop, at the end, sites 30, 31, 32 will accommodate larger rigs, as well. There are a couple of other pull-throughs, but they are very close to the road so we didn't think they offered much privacy. The restrooms and shower were very clean and roomy. But, there were no outdoor sinks for tenters to wash their dishes, but they have them at Daggett. This area is really peaceful and remote. Down the road is Cherry Springs State Park, which is where astronomy enthusiasts can set up and really enjoy the darkest night sky in Pennsylvania. Lyman Run is a great base to use to camp, and then just head 5 miles down the road to Cherry Springs and take in the stars. The Lyman Run reservoir is really nice, electric motors only. We enjoyed kayaking. Rentals are available as is mooring of your boat. Lots of fishing (crappies, bass, blue gills, trout) in the reservoir, along the spillway, and the run itself. The beach is very sandy and nice for families, as is the concession stand with reasonable prices for food, ice, and camp wood. Off the grid, so forget about Internet and cell coverage is spotty--but really, isn't that why we come to places like this? - LibraryMom
Nov 2015 - $28.00
We stayed here to visit the observation field at Cherry Springs. This park helped because the ranger station at the park is the same one for cherry springs so we got weather updates and visibility reports. There is No cell service or TV signal in this park which made the ranger station that much more useful when planning our nightly trip to stargaze. The bathrooms were clean and the ranger was helpful. We will definitely stay here again. Even though the sites are small we had no issue maneuvering around the campground or setting up in the site. - Grant7890
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
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
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