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Pine Hill Campground
Rt. 3, Box 233-AA
Hazelton, WV 25625
304-379-4612
www.pinehillcampground.com/

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Review by: Maddie
Reviewed on: October 11,2015

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Actually, it's not skill, it almost takes the skill out of it. 8/10 dethas I had, I actually started shooting them first. Something is broken with that game, and all halo's since halo 1. Why does there have to be a trick to kill someone? I kid you not, I shot someone while following them down a hallway, ran out of bullets, did a melee attack, and they still didn't die!!! then I die during the reload!! I'm sorry but thats just not fun for me. I'm pretty good at FPS, I'm not great, but above average I would say. I've been playing a lot of MAG, where you don't get the luxury of running right at someone and killing them. My accuracy is pretty good, and I'm always in the top half or quarter of the ranks in a game. Now, I know they are different games, but I can't kill crap in halo, it shouldn't be that big of a gap, it's still just a FPS. If they cut the health/shields in half, it would be a good game, I actually like that skull collecting game, but I can't stomach the crappy game play.

Review by: Binoy
Reviewed on: February 04,2015

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Review by: esamouzvggr
Reviewed on: May 07,2010

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Review by: utabyex
Reviewed on: May 07,2010

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Review by: ekftyctuxze
Reviewed on: May 07,2010

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We spent 4 days and 5 nights at Pine Hill. It is located in Northeast West Virginia, close to the Maryland border. Nearby cities would be Pittsburgh, Morgantown, Philadelphia and the Baltimore Metro area. There are small grocery stores within a 15-20 min drive. Not many choices in dining unless you go to the Morgantown area about 30 min away. Closest Wal-Mart is approx 30 min away as well. Pine Hill is a distinctly rural campground. You will not mistake it for a KOA! Although it is rural, free wi-fi is available to most sites. If this is important to you, check with the host on what sites would be best. We found the campground easy to navigate with the trailer and ample room for backing into sites. There is a minor exception to this noted below. We stayed in 2 sites while we were there, moving to get within range of the wi-fi. Both were close to level. All sites are clean, with a gravel parking pad with enough room for most any PU or TT and a vehicle. Ample space is available for additional parking. Each site also had a fire ring which is normally a steel ring with rocks piled around it for a more rustic feel. It is obvious that the owners have put a lot of time into keeping the campground up and it shows. Overall, the campground felt well kept and clean. We did not have a chance to check out the bath house, but I am confident that it will be clean and well kept as well. All sites we saw had modern power with both 30 and 50 amp hookups as well as water. Many sites also have sewage. There are both back in and pull thru sites available as well as tent camping. There is a playground for the kids as well as vollyball nets, ladderball and some other camping type games. It is worth noting that there were volleyballs and basketballs available as well, so you don't have to bring your own to make use of them. Now, for the not so good points. But, let me preface these with the fact that none of them will stop me from going back. In fact, we are looking in to a seasonal site there for the winter. All sites we saw had modern power with both 30 and 50 amp hookups as well as water. Many sites also have sewage. 1) Make sure you bring drinking water for drinking and cooking. The campground water had large amounts of sediment and poor taste. We had a camco filter on our water line and still had quite dirty water. We did not have any problems bathing with it. This could also be a temporary problem, and may well pass. This being my first camping trip in areas where freezing is a concern, I don't know if this is normal or not. But, the fresh water outlets are set inside a 12" pipe with a cover. I assume this is to protect them from freezing, but has the side effect of needing to sometimes reach into water to hook up or to scoop some water out. 2) There are a number of permanent/seasonal campers there that are "vintage" and a bit rough around the edges. This could be somewhat detracting to some visitors. IMO, the owners should concentrate their efforts on getting these removed. They are the single biggest detraction from the campground. But, in these lean times, I can understand not wanting to ask paying customers to leave. Once we settled in, the rest of the campground made these less of an issue. 3) This is a minor gripe, mainly because it burned me. I would like to see clearer signs to get around the campground when driving. I ended up going down a road that went to the tent sites and there was no way my truck and 5er would have made it without taking a beating from tree branches. We were forced to turn around in a very tight space. Some of this is my fault for assuming that I could make it. But, better signage could have avoided it. I rated "Attractions" as a 2 simply because of where it is located. Frankly, there is nothing around it. If you are looking for a place where you can take quick trips to do lots of things, this is probably not a good location. Day trips to Baltimore are certainly possible and there are a number of state parks and forests around it if you want to visit those. Overall, I would recommend this campground to anyone in the WV,PA or MD area looking for a nice, family (and pet) friendly campground with a laid back atmosphere and SUPER hosts.

Review by: Mark Lewis
Reviewed on: August 02,2008

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