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Campsite opened from 01 April till 31 October
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3.5 / 5 (6 votes )

Madison/Pittsburgh KOA

764 Waltz Mill Road
15679, Ruffs Dale
Pennsylvania, the United States

Quiet shaded campground in the foothills of the Laurel Highlands. We are located 30 miles SE of Pittsburgh. Weekend planned activities.

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Accomodation
Caravans
Campers

Facilities
Electricity
Wifi

Qualifications
Dogs

Recreation
Playground
Swim in natural water
Outdoor pool
Golf court
Boat hire
Fishing

Sanitary
Baby change facilities
Laundry driers


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Reviews

creck
English (US)
We stayed here for 3 nights while we went to the NCAA tournament in Pittsburgh. We had also rented one of the small cabins for my father in law. When we checked in, the camp host noticed that we had rented both and let us pick any RV spot we wanted to be close to the cabin. We ended up right across the road and it worked out great. This is a little bit of an "unimproved" camp ground. None of the roads in the grounds are paved, all gravel, and the paved sections in and out of the grounds are pretty rough. That being said, the gravel was well tended to and the grounds were clean. The spot was pretty level, too. Power/water/sewer and cable all at the site. We didn't use the cable, but the power/water/sewer was good. Shower/bath house was adequate, had plenty of hot water and a place to to sit/dry off. Easy in and out of the grounds, too. It's a little out of Pittsburgh, about a 40 minute drive into town. Definitely recommend a stay here, we'll stay again if we come back to Pittsburgh.
2 months ago

Liz & Jake
English (US)
Most important things first: the giant jumping pillow was still inflated and ready for jumping action in late October. WIN!!! This is a KOA with most campsites placed pull-through style on a slope of land. Our site (40) was pull-through and full-hook-up (30/50, water, sewer). Campsites are very typical for a KOA: picnic table, fire ring, and close proximity to your neighbor. Roughly half of the campsites here seemed to be inhabited by seasonals or long-termers. The campground offers a nice playground, a seasonal outdoor pool, a small fenced-in dog run, a basketball court, and the excellently bouncy jumping pillow. There is a well-stocked camp store and a communal tv area. There is also a large laundromat on site. Wi-Fi is available, although we did not test it. We were able to use Verizon, AT&T, and Starlink here. Our biggest complaint with this campground was that there was nowhere to safely run or walk beyond looping throughout the campground. It was also a bit muddy and the campground roads were a bit potholed.
6 months ago

ShadMan
English (US)
Stayed 6 nights to see the Pittsburgh area. This campground has around 100 sites but not sure how many are available for short term stays. It seemed many were longer term residents but the park was clean and quiet enough. The Madison / New Stanton area left much to be desired but we found some cool places in Mount Pleasant. WiFi was surprisingly good here and we, 2 people working full time during the day online with Teams calls and Outlook going all day, never had to switch off the WiFi to our cellular backup, which is rare. Verizon had 4 bars of 5G service here. We’d stay again if we were in the area.
11 months ago

Bear
English (US)
As noted in other reviews there is a number of long term oil field workers living here. They have loud diesel trucks and leave early in the morning. The worst was the domestic issues, just sayin The site was reasonably level considering it was on the side of a hill. only took one block to level trailer side to side. AC power was good as was the water pressure. Shower houses were closed due to Covid. Pool was opened and completely choked with kids. The campsites are very close together, I was thankful that our neighbor didnt have a campfire as it would have probably bubbled the paint on my truck, they are that close together. Rate was with KOA camper card
1 year ago

Sue n Dave
English (US)
Another place ready to shut its sleepy eyes for winter so not many overnight ears. On a slight hill but I believe they did a good job at leveling sites. Didn’t use any of the amenities so can’t comment. Not much in way of entertainment so used as a place to do trailer cleaning.
4 years ago

Rebecca
English (US)
We stayed here twice in 2016 and once in June 2017. There are over 100 sites, but perhaps a dozen are actually reservable for RVs (sites 1-4 and 54-60); there are also several cabins. The rest are full-timers, mainly contractors and fracking employees, each with at least one full size pickup truck, one or more large propane tanks, and one or more satellite dishes per site. The second pavilion is where the residents keep their motorcycles and muscle cars. The rutted gravel roads have not been graded or filled. There is nearly constant traffic within the park, and the sites I listed get ALL the traffic; people drive through whichever sites 53-60 are open because the intersection between "1st" and "Orange" contains orange warning cones in the deepest ruts. The dog poop dispenser bag in the dog park contains a bird nest. There is a sewage smell which gets worse around dinner time. Allegedly some sewer work was done, but not enough. The trees all have dead branches. The sites are not level; perhaps 2-3 degrees side-to-side, and sites 53-60 are arched front to back. The connection to the sewers are generally uphill, so plan on milking your drain line in order to dump. Wi-fi is free, but slow, and drops frequently. We did not use the bath house this year but last year we did, and it was OK. If you are passing by and must stop for the night, sites 1-4 are probably your best bet.
4 years ago