Raystown Lake Seven Points Campground

Hesston, Pennsylvania

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At 27 miles long and 8,300 acres, Raystown Lake is the largest lake located completely in Pennsylvania. Fed by the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River, it offers excellent fishing for species such as muskies, smallmouth and largemouth bass, brown trout, and, most especially, striped bass. We’re talking big fish: stripers up to thirty-plus pounds. Water sports of all kinds, from waterskiing to tubing, are hugely popular too. And if you get away from the water, there’s some wonderful hiking and mountain biking to be found on the Old Loggers, Hillside Nature, and Terrace Mountain Trails.
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Camping Pennsylvania

by Bob Frye (Falcon Guides)

At 27 miles long and 8,300 acres, Raystown Lake is the largest lake located completely in Pennsylvania. Fed by the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River, it offers excellent fishing for species such as muskies, smallmouth and largemouth bass, brown trout, and, most especially, striped bass. We’re talking big fish: stripers up to thirty-plus pounds.

Water sports of all kinds, from waterskiing to tubing, are hugely popular too. And if you get away from the water, there’s some wonderful hiking and mountain biking to be found on the Old Loggers, Hillside Nature, and Terrace Mountain Trails.

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Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Hesston
Campsites: 261
Season: Mar 30 to the end of Oct; reservations required between May 24 and Labor Day
Additional Use: Boat Launch, Swimming, Boating, Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Birding, Mountain Biking
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly, Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Contacts: (814) 658-3405; raystown.nab.usace.army.mil
Fees per Night: $20+
Facilities: Flush toilets, warm showers, water, electric hookups, sanitary dump station, picnic tables, fire rings, boat launch, boat rentals, playgrounds, visitor center, full service marina with restaurant
Driving Directions: Directions to Raystown Lake Seven Points Campground

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