Rose Point Park Campground

314 Rose Point Rd.
New Castle, PA 16101

(800) 459-1561

(724) 924-2415


Rose Point Park Campground in New Castle, Pennsylvania, is the perfect place to stay when you are looking for a vacation experience that has it all. Located via Exit 10 off the Pennsylvania Turnpike this Western Pennsylvania park offers warm hospitality and full service accommodations and amenities. Reservations made online will assure your campsite and a great camping experience for the whole family.

Among our facilities for your comfort, pleasure and convenience are arcade games, playground for the small fry and WiFi. You may find the fish are biting in the stream and take dinner back to your site to cook over a campfire, followed by hot marshmallows and story-telling. The atmosphere here is wonderfully conducive to sharing special times with family and friends.

Close by here in Lawrence County you can golf, mountain bike, hike or take in one of the popular educational programs at Slippery Rock Creek National Natural Landmark and visit Moraine State Park or Lake Arthur. In Grove City, the kids will love the Animal Park and there is plenty of good shopping to be done at Grove City Factory Outlets Mall. You will remember Rose Point Park Campground for years as the place at which you stayed for a fabulous vacation.

145 Total Sites

7 Pull Thru Sites

10 Sites width 20 Amp

20 Sites width 30 Amp

5 Sites width 50 Amp

40' Max RV Length

Directions:    GPS Coordinates: 40.97047,-80.18643 Universal Address: 89J0H PSTK3

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  • Pull Thru Available
  • Full Hookups
  • Group Area
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry
  • Conven Store
  • Propane
  • Dump Station
  • Pets Welcome





  • Biking - Mountain
  • Fishing
  • Golfing
  • Hiking

Recent Reviews

Was expecting more woods - Tent Camping
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We are from this town and always went out of town for camping. One day we thought why not give it a try since it is literally 10 minutes away from us. We were allowed to bring our dog, which was great. There were only 4 tent camping spots in the entire campground. We chose the one with the most trees. The other three are not under trees, but in a little "ravine" between two camp roads. Our electric didn't work at our site, so luckily i had a really long extension cord in my car, and we used that (and the other camp sites picnic table) to make our electric skillet waffles when we woke up. We wouldn't have been able to do that if there were people camping next to us. Most of the park, at least as far back as we were, were for campers who seemed to stay there year round. Everyone has a golf cart. They have two little cabins for rent (maybe more, can't recall) and the two we saw had tall pine trees in front of the poarches. The bathroom was what i would call "open air" where the facility itsself was made out of plywood and 2"x4"s. It was very hard to use the restroom without touching any of the spider webs and would not be easy for old people or people with little kids. Maybe the facilities are nicer for the long-term campers. There were no showers in the restroom closest to us. We did have a little "babbling brooke" behind our tent, so that was nice.
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Reviewed 05/20/2015