October 14, 2021 - reviewed by Beth
If you like jelly stone or KOA , don’t come here. This is a gorgeous, remote feeling, beautiful campground. You need to drive here in daylight as it would be hard to find at night.
You can barely tell anyone is around you. This is the way campgrounds should be!!
Honor system for wood and ice. Electricity at some sites. Water stations and a central dump station.
We have a 27’ class C, no problem.
October 2, 2021 - reviewed by KatCares
Treacherous To Get There For Class As
We had the most horrific time trying to get our 35' class A (flat towing a car) to this campground. One possible route out of Chalk Hill is the best but it's dangerously winding and steep. The other way in from 381 is much worse. The third possibility if you miss the turn as we did is a "road" that our RV specific gps found that turned out to be literally a rutted gravel path through the mountain barely wide enough for one vehicle with nowhere to turn around. It was a nightmare. Nearby there is a Yogi Bear campground I wish we'd known about. Once at Ohiopyle our site was so unlevel we had wheels 6" off the ground. Never again!!
July 28, 2020 - reviewed by Helene
Close To Ohiopyle Bike Trail
The sights were not very private for a state park and there are not enough bathrooms for everyone. Beware you have to bring in your water because there are no water hookups! We had 30amps and kept loosing power. The best thing about this park is the Bike trail down in the town of OhioPyle that we could ride to. “Falling Waters” was about a 20 minute drive from the park!
October 12, 2019 - reviewed by Stargazer
Been there several times in a motorhome and 5th wheel. last 2 times in a 40 ft 5th wheel. there's some nice spots for a big rig but not a lot. the pull through is a sharp curve and not to good for a 40fter. Most sites are not flat but easy to get level. I always take the long way in because the road from Ohiopyle is one big curvy hill. smoked the brakes going down a couple years ago. We come back here most times to go rafting. will be back again next year.
August 11, 2019 - reviewed by Will
Wooded sites. Delapidated restrooms. The actual town of ohiopyle was packed. The camping is away from the rivers and water activity
September 27, 2018 - reviewed by Kurt
Stayed In May 2018
Electricity, but no water or sewer. Lovely setting, but WHAT A HILL to get there!
July 18, 2018 - reviewed by Poppy99
Most of the sites are roomy and wooded. Water is good to drink but you have to get it. Bathhouses are kept nice and clean. Firewood and ice are avail 24 hrs. Here is the bad part, the entrance road to the campground is narrow and very curvy and has a steep 18% incline . There is a backroad (Chalkhill Ohiopyle Rd - Kentuck Rd) to get to the campground but its out of the way by about 30 minutes. Otherwise we loved it. Stayed July 2018.
July 16, 2018 - reviewed by RVenturers
Quiet & Accessibility
Quiet and easy to get into Ohiopyle for white water rafting. Nice spacious site with privacy. Bathrooms were a bit outdated but had large utility sink for dishes. Would visit again. Great value.
August 11, 2017 - reviewed by 2oldies
Nice big private sites. Lots to do, bthrms outdated