This is Cambria County’s only park, and it’s a small one—71 acres overall, including a 19-acre lake. The campground is, not surprisingly, run sort of like a mom-and-pop operation, but in a good way. There are just six official sites, but if they’re full, a call to the county can often get you set up in a spot that can handle your needs.
Given the variety of things to do, this is a nice park to take kids camping, especially if it’s their first outing. For anglers the lake is stocked with trout several times a year and also holds bass and bluegills, if small ones. The park also has ball fields, horseshoe courts, an exercise trail, and a playground.
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