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We were in search of a safe and clean place near Pittsburgh that wouldn't be too expensive or too far away (about 45min from downtown). After extensive research we came across Rose Point and it was perfect for our needs. We got a pull thru...More
We stayed one night and the camp was ok. We have an RV and trailer that are about 53 ft. The pull through was pretty tight but the park staff was very patient and helped us get into the site and get out of it...More
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Response from Debby Y, Owner at Rose Point Park Cabins & CampingResponded 4 weeks ago
We were glad to hear you enjoyed what we had to offer and some of the interesting local things to see. Not making excuses that the park was built in the late 60's and no though of what was coming. There have been so many...More
Pulled in with Class A 38 footer pulling a trailer. This park is tight, hard to maneuver in. The people running this place are extremely helpful and work hard, but the park had a swimming pool that was green, and a dog park with a...More
We rented one of the luxury family lodges as it was all one floor and we had a toddler and a pregnant woman we didn't want climbing ladders (like those in the cabins). The lodge was very clean and obviously well maintained. The A/C and...More
Response from Debby Y, Owner at Rose Point Park Cabins & CampingResponded 1 September 2016
Thank you for your input and kind words. We will be putting mattress pads on the beds. So glad that you enjoyed your visit!
My boyfriend and I stayed at Rose Point Campground for 2 weekday nights. Upon entering the park (either before or after the Harley Davidson store depending on which way you are travelling from) the staff was very welcoming and informative. I had many questions about...More
I am staying in one of the yurts in october. what do I need to bring for cooking ...and can we cook on the open fire pit in the back....also do we need blankets etc.....this will be our first get a way in 12 years and we just want to be comfortable and enjoy our stay...thanks
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Response from Erica E | Reviewed this property |
There is no stovetop available in the yurt, just a microwave. You can cook on the fire pit, but you have to bring a grill top to put over the ring. I would recommend bringing pots and pans for the fire pit if you plan on... More
There is no stovetop available in the yurt, just a microwave. You can cook on the fire pit, but you have to bring a grill top to put over the ring. I would recommend bringing pots and pans for the fire pit if you plan on cooking on open flame. There is heat in the yurts but all bedding has to be brought with you. Hope this helps.