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Kooser State park, Somerset

(4.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Cabin 24 warm toasty large tables inside and out close to bath house and bathroom perfect rustic cabin wood included for winter camping plus extras to buy on site loved it extra pictures of campground...  more »
  • We decided to stop here at the last minute on our way home from a long vacation. We found it to be a lovely small campground. Very clean. Enjoyed our stay. 
  • This place has places where you can fish at and it's very nice and peaceful here for you and your family. I would love to come back here again! 
  • Stayed in April '16, in rustic cabin 22. Very nice cabin, good location on creek. You must bring your own linen and no bathroom but has hot running water. Very nice furnishings in cabin. Shower building very clean. Small park, but many other nearby sights to see (Fallingwaters House). Would return. (See Photos)
  • Nice and peaceful. Good time for families. Free shower and restrooms. In a tent or an RV there is a place for you to kick back and enjoy nature.
  • Tent site 19 situated above (between?) a spring making for wet muddy camping. Site very narrow with a long fence blocking any access (except flooding) to said spring. A nice little campground but much more rv friendly it seemed than tent friendly . Doubt we will be back
  • Worst camping experience of my life. The tent site had no where to put a tent. It was on a slope, and was nothing but mud, roots, and rocks. The one flat spot was at the bottom of the site, and you could clearly see that all of the water coming down the hill washes right into it, which explains why it was a mud pit. The booking site said it was private, but there is a clear view into the site from both of the other tent sites since they are practically on top of each other. Looking for a quiet night in the woods? Don't stay here. There is constant truck traffic up and down the road all night long. I could have saved my money and stayed at a rest stop along the highway. It would have been more peaceful and more comfortable.
  • Very nice state park