Campgrounds Trails in Pennsylvania
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Campgrounds Trails in Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania has 150 campgrounds trails. The most popular trails are Ricketts Glen State Park Campground, Hickory Run State Park Campground and Bald Eagle State Park: Rustic Campground. Trails.com member Haley L. recently completed Duman Lake County Park.
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Ricketts Glen is one of the most heavily visited parks in the northern tier of Pennsylvania—and ...
Trough Creek is a beautiful state park with plenty of things to keep you occupied, from ...
This is a big park with a big lake—the 1,275-acre Lake Marburg. Much of what goes on in ...
What many people don’t know about this campground is that its tent-only camping area ...
Located just north of Interstate 80 in central Pennsylvania, Bald Eagle State Park is ...
This is Cambria County’s only park, and it’s a small one—71 acres overall, including a ...
You can’t say one bad thing about the campground at Hibernia County Park. It is truly ...
This more than 2,300-acre expanse is billed as a “full-service” park in that if there’s ...
Dewdrop offers some wonderful views of Kinzua Bay and is centrally located in a part ...
Even on a crowded summer weekend, you’ll find some peace and quiet at any of the walk-in ...
Keystone State Park is one of the few places for public camping in this section of central ...
Situated in a hollow with tall hemlock trees providing shade and a moss-banked brook running ...
Aside from a peaceful, private campground, the real attraction to camping at Penn-Roosevelt ...
Raystown Lake is a beautiful area that lies at the western edge of the Valley and Ridge ...
This park, which also has 6 rustic cabins for rent, has been home to the annual High Country ...
Even though it is close to a metropolitan area in the north, Lackawanna provides great ...
Blue Knob is best known for its downhill skiing in winter. It is, after all, home to the ...
Pets are permitted in the Red Oak and Beech loops. ADA-accessible sites are scattered ...
Lower Lake Campground is the biggest and most crowded. Pines Campground is much smaller ...
This 549-acre park is home to 50-acre Lake Towhee, where you can fish for warmwater species ...
This 612-acre park is very near a number of big urban centers yet draws rock climbers ...
Fiddler’s Campground is wooded and recommended for RVs and pop-up trailers; Lake Campground ...
This park offers the absolute best views of Pennsylvania’s Grand Canyon and correspondingly ...
This campground sits atop a hill in a mature oak stand, so all the sites are shaded. They’re ...
So where’s the “twin” at Twin Lakes? It was never built. The existing lake was built by ...
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