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4 / 5 (4 votos )

Bear Run Campground

184 Badger Hill Road
16051, Portersville
Pennsylvania, Estados Unidos

Complete family recreational camping facility bordering Moraine State Park with Lake Arthur. Just off I-79, north of Pittsburgh. Heated pool, canoe and kayak rentals, planned activities.

Características do local

Barracas de campo
Cabines para alugar

Instalação de Serviços
Tenda de campismo

Grupos de jovens

Parque infantil
Nadar em água natural
Piscina Exterior
quadra de voleibol
Campo de golfe
Aluguer de barcos

Mudança de fraldas para bebés
Cabines de lavagem
Máquinas de Lavar
Secadores de roupa

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Ann Meade
Inglês (US)
We came through with our 40’ motorhome and the big rig sites are VERY close together. The fire ring (no grate) was too close to the rig to use. Nice pool and playgrounds and the tent sites and cabins looked more secluded on the back of the property. Nice general store and fun for kids. WiFi included but have to pay addtl fee for faster service/streaming. Bathhouse was clean and well-lit.
1 ano ás

Inglês (US)
This campground is deceptively big! The nightly RV sites are close to the park entrance and are relatively flat. The campground hosts themed events, game nights and arts& crafts. There is a swimming pool and playground for the kids. It also has a small café that sells baked goods and coffee. On Saturdays they sell amazing Armish Donuts! Further into the campground the sites turn to more permanent sites. Further up the hill are more cottages and camping. This campground is steep in parts and too large to walk efficiently. There is a fenced dog run area and a beautiful lake. All sites have fire rings. There is an onsite laundry, WIFI, onsite dump station and propane refill station. You can also buy ice and firewood. The campground is gated. Lots to do at the campground and lots to do in the surrounding area. They welcome all furry friends!
1 ano ás

Amanda M
Inglês (US)
This our second trip with our pop up we have ever went on. We did 3 nights for memorial day weekend got one of the last 2 sites available. We arrived on a Friday around 4:30 pm in the rain and we had an escort to our campsite which was on top of the resort in the back. The guide helped me back in and start to get level on the muddy hill. I didn't have the correct supports or long enough hoses or cords. He went to get me a free to use for our stay, 30 amp extension and our neighbor lent us 50' of water hose. The second (more seasoned) guide helped me adjust the campsite. Moved the picnic table and then back in. He helped us get our rig level(getting down in the mud with us) and let us borrow the extra cinder blocks we needed. With 4 blocks and 6 3/4" plywood and full extension on the tongue we were level. Tipped $20 and he refused but we made him take it, since the great instructions on how to maneuver our rig and what we can do to set up would was well worth for the piece of mind for future trips. The campsite is AAA so ask for a discount 10%, the A class pull through sites were tight, there are a lot of full season campers(one mowed, weed-eater, leaf blower and sawed for 10 hours on a Saturday.) The pop up site had tow behinds our neighbor was at least 30' and they allow tents. 30 amp / H20 hook ups. The breaker has a light that stays on 24/7 (good when you need a light/bad when you wanna see some stars.) Our weather turned from a first rainy and below 60 first night to clear sky tons of sun 80+ day and night. The mud on the site was a nuisance but we countered with a few beers. *mud is harsh it was hard pack dirt /rock mix*(they would also bring mulch to cover really bad spots if needed.) We stayed next to the horse pasture and what a trip!!! They walk right up to the site fence and are gentle enough for kids to pet. No loss in power or water. Showers were exactly that camp showers with really hot water 5 minutes for a quarter. The place has a lot of nice amenities that we can't wait to go back and really take advantage of.(went during Covid everything was closed or just opening up) The positive from us as new Pop-Up Rv owners are too long to mention them all. ALMOST ZERO BUGS!!!!(heard the lake/primitive sites are terrible for bugs) its 1/2 mile from moraine boat launch, the staff are super friendly and help you and talked to us at the end of our stay like an old friend. The Negatives - our site was muddy and steep, long distance to hookups, roads are extremely tight during check in/ out, and for 2 additional people to come was $10/per person per day, the couple came on Saturday and still have to pay $10 each for Friday. If we would have planned we could have applied the AAA discount. (not sure if other people have people stop by when they're camping but its pretty normal for us) Takeaways: Sites in the back are unlevel, bring cinderblocks if you can. And, while the siteS in the back are great they are far from bathrooms/showers(thought there was a portopotty near by) and far from camp amenities. Sites in the front are more level and closer to amenities. Bottom line is - We will be going back to this campground every year that we can. We have heard mixed reviews and can understand how someone could be upset with this place. But we have been camping for years at terrible sites in water up to our ankles and bugs eating us alive. This place didn't have any of that
2 anos ás