Pine Mountain RV Resort, 8804 Hamilton Rd, Pine Mountain
@Joe Marshall Life of a Mountain: A Year on Blencathra on BBC4 tonight/iplayer well worth a watch. Made me pine for my first and favourite mountain.27 minutes ago
Tana Kendrick Our family of 4 (two adults, one preschooler, one infant) stayed in the large cabin. It was great. My 3 year old loved the loft, however we didn't let him sleep up there for safety reasons. Took a pack and play for the baby and he slept in the living room with the child. Small space but didn't need anymore. Both children loved the pools and play area. We're planning to visit again this winter.
A Google User We arrived with much anticipation to stay in a yurt. We were not let down after walking in the door. It had a queen bed, bunkbeds ( they were not pictured when we reserved) table with four chairs, and best of all AC. I want to say we paid 40 dollars a night including tax. It was more than enough space for an adult, and 2 children ( 6 and 9). The park itself is very clean and the bathrooms were spotless. The pool was a great hit with the kids but I wish it could stay open past 8. To play the Wii, you pay 5 dollars an hour for the whole family. I will continue to come back to vacation bc you get the most bang for your buck.
A Google User We rented a 16' yurt at Pine Mount RV Resort in March for our family of four. It was exactly what we expected. Our accommodations included a full size bed and twin bunks (linens provided), a dining table and chair for four and two end tables with lamps. The heater was sufficient for the temperature which was in the 30's and 40's at night. The three yurts on the property are positioned on an older section of the property and are located next to an old bathhouse. We used the new and very nice family shower located across the property and the steam shower located at the fitness center near the entrance. These were outstanding! The staff is cordial and accommodating. Our children played on the playground, which was a fair size and located next to the pool area (closed for the season). Though we did not use the RV section, these seemed large and were new. The new area is virtually treeless, but there have been plantings and there is an obvious effort being made to landscape the entire property. There was some road noise to deal with and barking dogs (nearby neighborhood?), but beyond that we only heard the birds. I would recommend Pine Mountain RV Resort for travelers visiting this area and those just traveling through.