May 10, 2019 - reviewed by Tammy
Stayed for over a month and felt like home. Beautiful on top of mountain. Very quiet and spacious for our 40' camper. Very easy to stores, gas stations, close to Pittsburgh. They have washer & dryer.. they are adding more.. very reasonable on the cost.. I will be going again!! I've recommended to many people.
June 18, 2018 - reviewed by Blue
Odd Camp Host
I called about passport America discount. Really the only reason I would go to this campground. The host made us feel like he was doing us a great favor by giving us a passport discount. He said he didn't make and money off of passport America and that we should find another campground. We took his good advice and found a welcoming campground.
June 7, 2018 - reviewed by Van Camper
Very peaceful, quiet campground. Very nice owners. Clean, private, single bathroom/shower in the main house basement "lounge". 30 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh. Will definitely stay again when passing through.
May 20, 2018 - reviewed by William Norwood
Mountain Top Camp Ground
This park is so nice I give it a five star rating The Owners are very nice and help with park the park is really beautiful on top of a mountain they have washer and dryer very dog friendly area very quiet lots of mountains bike riding walking areas I would recommend this park for your stay
October 14, 2017 - reviewed by Melissa
Beautiful Views, Quiet Area
Enjoyed our stay at Mountaintop. Owners are very nice and helpful. For price it'd be nice to have black water hookups and not have to unhook and dump or pay weekly to have the tank pumped.
There's 1 washer and dryer. You have to walk down a path to the owners basement. Open 24/7 though. Washer is free. Dryer is $2/load and never dries right. Almost cheaper to take to laundromat in town.
All in all though, it's a wonderful quiet spot to set up camp. Pretty decent spaces between sites so no one feels like you're packed in like sardines. Owners help with any issues.
There's an open field in the middle where you can play. Wish there was a little playground or walking path for the kiddos.