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Old 06-16-2016, 05:26 PM   #11
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I probally ran into you somewhere up there, we had a camp on top of grove ave ( road across the street from mt laural inn ) for 26 years, I know the area well from our motorcycles and quads and snowmobiles, fantastic area that's why we still go up and camp often, maybe we will hook up sometime. take care joe
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Old 06-16-2016, 05:26 PM   #12
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Old 01-22-2017, 02:17 PM   #16
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Hey 5picker,
Any thoughts on Kooser Sp. We are heading up there over Easter in April this spring.
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Hey 5picker,
Any thoughts on Kooser Sp. We are heading up there over Easter in April this spring.
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Kooser is OK. Some of the spots are tough to get in others are plenty large.
All very wooded. Some of the campground has been closed for renovations but they are getting that pretty finished up.

Laurel Hill SP, (just down the road a few miles) has a more traditional campground. Just depends on what you are looking for.
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Thanks. We camp with our dog and Google map showed #5 to be a good site. PA Sp's are tough on dogs.
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Old 01-23-2017, 04:43 AM   #20
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Thanks. We camp with our dog and Google map showed #5 to be a good site. PA Sp's are tough on dogs.
#5 is a nice site at Kooser, with dogs, you should look at #9. Just be prepared. A lot of people get turned off by the campgrounds closeness to RT 31 which has a lot of truck traffic, and the stone quarry right above the campground. Its not so much an issue on the weekends but they fire that quarry up at 4 or 5 am on weekdays, and you can hear it. We usually end up at Kooser once or twice a year. It is a really nice place other than the above noise issues. You do tend to get used to it after a day or two and on the weekends usually only have the 31 traffic to deal with.

5 picker mentions Laurel Hill, that's our favorite and we spend 50+ nights there a year. If you give that a try and are not on one of the recently refurbished full hookup or upgraded (50 amp) electric sites be sure and have an EMS. The older electric sites all have power issues. Despite 30 amp outlets and breakers the state now lists them as 20 amp on their maps and brochures as a CYA. It was all put in in the early 80's and needs rewired. On a busy summer weekend with people trying to run AC's I have seen the power on those sites drop to less than 100 volts. If your there when its lightly occupied nothing to worry about. If you go for the full hook ups, take lots of leveling blocks. How those sites were designed and laid out is beyond ridiculous. The power at Kooser is all new as of about 3 or 4 years ago, no power issues there.

Both places other than the above are super nice and are loaded with history in regards to the CCC.
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