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Pioneer Park Campground

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Reviewed 20 February 2017

Pioneer is nice family camp ground. The cabins near the mini golf are small. One bedroom with double bed in the back. Bunk beds in the lining room. there is a loft but to low to utilize. Fishing additional cost for each day. With the cost of the cabins, fishing should be included.

Thank beachtravel101
Reviewed 14 October 2016 via mobile

This was our first overnight with my mom's camper and the facility was great. It was quiet and the staff was friendly. The bathrooms were spotless! We were only able to stay one night, but the location was great, 15-20 minutes from Donegal exit of the PA Turnpike, which is close to Falling Water, Idlewild Park, Fort Ligioneer, and more....

Thank Tina A
Douglassville, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 18 September 2016

Pulling a travel trailer on our way to Pittsburgh, we developed truck breakdown. Needing to lighten our load, we found Pioneer Park Campground just off the PA turnpike. The staff guided us to their site ( we left Garmin at home as this was a trip we have done before) a d were very helpful accommodating us in our situation....

Thank pchywmn
Reviewed 29 August 2016

The Good: This is probably the most picturesque campground in the Laurel Highlands having 4 stocked lakes and great foliage. The amenities are of good quality however the pool which has not been enlarged is small considering the growth of the campground in terms of full utility sites The sites are of good size with 30 amp service on the...

1Thank KSM67
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 10 August 2016

We just got back from two nights of tent camping at Pioneer Park. Our site was nice and spacious, the bathrooms were very clean, and the staff was helpful. They let us drive around to look at the sites before we picked one. The kids had a great time at the pool, we went kayaking at Laurel Hill State Park...

Thank sparkdriver
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 6 June 2016

Numerous Complaints and Multiple Issues This campground is extremely clean and picturesque; however, that is where its attributes end. In the past few years, the prices have steadily climbed and services have been cut. 1. The pool is in dire need of repair. If it is heated (as it advertises), it is solar heat. The lifeguards fluctuate between being oblivious...

4Thank stamas1
Pittsburgh, PA
Reviewed 31 May 2016

This campground is on par with a KOA. Lots of amenities and activities, very clean, but of course you have to pay for all of that. Fishing is free for kids. Golf and paddleboats cost a few bucks. They charge you extra for kids over 5. But otherwise, beautiful park in a beautiful mountain setting. Most of the sites are...

Thank czang76
Altoona, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 28 July 2015

The campground is mostly for RVs. We paid $39.00 for one night to tent camp. It was $36 for 4 people and $3 additional for another child. I think the camp sites should be able to include 5 at least. The fishing pass is $11 for one day or $13 for the weekend. The mini golf is $4/person and is...

4Thank BJohn_263
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 25 July 2015 via mobile

The park itself is pretty nice. Most of the staff were pretty nice as well. Managers are seriously riddled with mental illness. I met an older woman and a guy in his 40's. Both stars they were managers. Both are very rude, passive aggressive, confrontational and very unprofessional. It's like dealing with 4 year olds. From what I understand, in...

5Thank Joel M
Muncie, Indiana
Reviewed 28 October 2014

Had a business meeting in the area and stayed here. I really enjoyed the experience. It was during the week after Labor Day so it was pretty quiet the time I was here, When I am in the area again I will definitely stay here

1Thank Jim S

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Address: 273 Trent Rd, Pennsylvania Turnpike Exits 91 & 110, Somerset, PA 15501-5638
Region: United States > Pennsylvania > Somerset
Number of rooms: 341
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“The sites across the causeway are level pull throughs. If you like wooded sites, stay on the side where the office is.”
czang76, 31 May 2016 | Read review
“The cabins not really a cabin, are overpriced and VERY small!”
MammaLax, 19 Sep 2012 | Read review
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