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SwollenKnee from Collingswood, NJ on 5/16/2011 2:04:11 PM:
Campsite is primitive, trailside, and bath house is 1 mile away in town. Bath house is great, though, and can get cell service with repeater by office door. Free firewood.

vabiker23518 from Williamsburg, VA on 5/17/2011 9:24:39 AM:
We've stayed there. Its very clean and right off the trail. Getting to/from the bath house is no fun, and the trains are LOUD and Continuous...bring ear plugs!

Marc1059 from Cincinnati on 5/31/2011 1:47:01 PM:
I made the Husky Haven my base camp last fall for out and back rides. Yes, the trains travel on a track located a couple hundred yards from the campground across the river. There is a road crossing there, so they sound the horn. There's a pizza parlor and bar/cafe within easy riding distance in the town of Rockwood. There's also a bicycle shop a few hundred yards west of the campground along the trail.