October 6, 2020 - reviewed by Jim K
Small, But nice
Small park in Linesville, PA, ideally located halfway between Buffalo, NY and Morgantown, WV, where two best friends and their families can meet. Well maintained and quiet, great volunteer camp hosts, but sites are somewhat small and a bit open. That said, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
Have done the Pymatuning State Park in Ohio (also very nice). May try the Jamestown, PA one next
August 22, 2020 - reviewed by MISean
Contrary to other reviewers statements, this park is outside Linesville, PA. This park is not the State Park in Ohio. Knowing that, some reviews here are for a different park.
This park is decent. The sites are mostly primitive, some with electric and a couple with full hook up. The picnic tables are old full of lichens and most of the pads are dirt. It costs about $40/night, so not really that worth it for the amenities.
July 25, 2019 - reviewed by Happy Travelers
There’s 3 sections to this Pymatunjng State Park, Linesville, PA (just west if town), Jamestown, PA (north of town) and Andover, OH. I’ve been to all and they are equally nice.
July 5, 2019 - reviewed by Lee B
Full hookups, near the lake
We used the campground because we were camping in our travel trailer while visiting family in the area. We also utilized a pavillion for my son's graduation party.
The campsite had a gravel pad with full hookups. The grass could have been mowed prior to our arrival to make it a better experience. We didn't use any of the restrooms or showers during our stay. Several sites are on the water but may be primitive only. Staff was friendly. Pavillion 004 was fully enclosed and had two fireplaces. Plenty of outlets and tables as well.
***Location on the app's map is wrong. The campground is on the SW side of the lake just a few miles north of Jamestown.
September 16, 2018 - reviewed by Skip
Very Nice - But ...
I agree with Plonski ... using his coordinates was how we actually found the place. Very nice lake side and family friendly. Office could have been more helpful. Called for reservations. Got a recording saying "we're busy, leave a message and someone will call back." No one ever did. We got to the desk and 2 people in there just sitting and talking to each other. Hmmm. Too busy to check voicemail and call back? Then they said we could drive around and pick out a site we like and come back for check in. Really? They have well over 100 sites on 4-5 loops, and they want me to drive around a rig totaling 50' looking for a site? Also a little expensive for a SP, in my opinion ... $36 with senior discount.
May 15, 2016 - reviewed by Plonski
This location is wrong. Camping is at SW side of lake off Rt. 322. Beautiful park with many lake view sites Lat. 41.51765. Long.-80.50645. Large and lots of sites
Very nice but bathrooms dated