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Salt Springs State Park Campground Professional Review and Guide
"Salt Springs is maintained by an organization of volunteers who take great pride in their little park. Located just south of the New York state line, Salt Springs State Park is a unique public recreation area in Pennsylvania. Unlike other state parks, it is not maintained by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Instead, it is operated by a volunteer organization called the Friends of Salt Springs, a local group of conservation-oriented citizens who take a lot of pride in their little park and its campground. The place is clean, the grass is mowed, and the volunteers are friendly to visitors. The park takes its name from a spring of salt water located across the road from the park office. There is quite a bit of history and folklore about the spring and its sources, which you can learn about at the office or from one of the many volunteers you are likely to run into."
--Matt Willen, Best Tent Camping: Pennsylvania (Menasha Ridge Press).
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