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The 20 best camping spots in Pennsylvania.

With activities for all four seasons, camping in Pennsylvania is the perfect way to take in all that the state has to offer.

Lakeview Sunrise
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1. Lakeview Sunrise

Ever want to see what life is like on a small rural farm in Pennsylvania? Then have we got a spot for you . . . and just you! We have one...

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Ricketts Glen Park Campground

2. Ricketts Glen Park Campground

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A stay at Ricketts Glen Park Campground puts you right on the shores of Lake Jean, but if that’s not enough H2O for you, take a stroll to the beach...

Brittany
Brittany : With clean bathrooms, spacious campsites and over 20 waterfalls within a 7 mile hike, there is something for everyone at...
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Pennsylvania has more to offer than just the big cities of our founding fathers, there’s much to see and do while camping in the Keystone State. In the northwest, a two million acre swath of land makes up the Pennsylvania Wilds. Here you’ll find Pine Creek Gorge or the “Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania”, which extends for almost 50 miles and is a sight to see. Camp at Colton Point Read more...
Pennsylvania has more to offer than just the big cities of our founding fathers, there’s much to see and do while camping in the Keystone State. In the northwest, a two million acre swath of land makes up the Pennsylvania Wilds. Here you’ll find Pine Creek Gorge or the “Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania”, which extends for almost 50 miles and is a sight to see. Camp at Colton Point State Park, where you’ll be greeted with spectacular views of the canyon. Also in the northwest is the beautiful Clarion River. Canoe past hardwood forests and through serpentine valleys as you make your way towards the boat-in campsites of Clear Creek State Park. Mountain bikers of all levels head to the Alleghenies, a mountain range west of Pittsburgh. Stay overnight in one of the numerous campgrounds surrounding the mountains. If you’re a fan of waterfalls, check out Ricketts Glen State Park, the park has 22 of them! The Pocono Mountains on the northeastern side of the state attracts skiers and snowboarders in the winter months. From lake-front camping to cabin rentals, there’s a spot with a mountain view for every type of camper.
Mountin Top Setting
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3. Mountin Top Setting

Enjoy our park like mountain Top setting with a 5 acre spring fed lake weather you are looking for a large semi private tent site or RV site we...

Secluded Woodlands
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4. Secluded Woodlands

Come and relax in the quiet of Comstock Hollow. Take in the solitude: a brook, the woods, and the local wildlife, a perfect place to enjoy a...

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Ringing Hill in southeast PA is named after the "ringing rocks" which are known for the ringing sound they made when struck by a hammer.
Ravensburg Park

5. Ravensburg Park

What exactly makes for a good campground? Well, Ravensburg State Park’s Campground should give you a pretty good idea. With sites scattered amidst...

Little Pine State Park Campground

6. Little Pine State Park Campground

Wake up to the tranquil tinkle of water running through a creek at Little Pine State Park. The sites on the western side of the campground are...

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The Monongahela River, located in Western PA, is unique in that it flows north.
Raymond B. Winter Park Campground

7. Raymond B. Winter Park Campground

Whether you plan on sleeping under a trailer roof, or a tent or the stars, the campground at Raymond B. Winter State Park welcomes you with open...

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Rustic Campground

8. Rustic Campground

Roughing it has some major rewards. The primitive sites at Bald Eagle State Park are often less crowded, and you get easy access to the super...

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There are nearly one million licensed hunters in Pennsylvania. Whitetail deer, black bear, cottontail rabbits, squirrel, turkey, and grouse are common game species.
Hyner Run State Park Campground

9. Hyner Run State Park Campground

Run, Hyner, run! The campsites at Hyner Run State Park sit parallel to the cool strip of water that runs through the area, and the Garby Trail is...

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Russell P. Letterman Campground

10. Russell P. Letterman Campground

Make sure you don some red, white, and blue when you camp at Bald Eagle State Park—our national bird will surely appreciate it. Letterman...

Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterpiece Fallingwater is perched over a waterfall in Stewart Township, Pennsylvania.
Poe Paddy Park Campground

11. Poe Paddy Park Campground

At the meeting point of two of Pennsylvania's most sought-after angling rivers, Poe Paddy State Park Campground is a fisherman’s (or woman’s)...

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Michael: My wife & I love this campground. It's a great location right along Penn's Creek (awesome fly fishing) and it's very well...
Poe Valley Park Campground

12. Poe Valley Park Campground

Nestled within the rough terrain of Cozy Poe Valley, the like-named campsite is the less-honed side of Pennsylvania's double-edged sword....

Ole Bull State Park Campground

13. Ole Bull State Park Campground

No bull: the camping at Ole Bull State Park is prettty nice. Pitch a tent or park your RV at the northern camping area to be super close to Kettle...

Reeds Gap Park Campground

14. Reeds Gap Park Campground

You can’t go wrong at Reeds Gap State Park Campground. The description of this place is practically poetry—tucked away in the wilderness of New...

Leonard Harrison State Park Campground

15. Leonard Harrison State Park Campground

Stay at the Grand Canyon without the crowds … the “Grand Canyon” of Pennsylvania, that is. With less than 30 sites up for grabs, the campground...

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Colton Point Park Campground

16. Colton Point Park Campground

Drop in for a visit to Colton Point Park Campground and get wild on Pine Creek, where rafting, canoeing and kayaking are the bee’s knees. In...

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Kettle Creek State Park Lower Campground

17. Kettle Creek State Park Lower Campground

Cool, refreshing Kettle Creek Lake is just steps away from the sites at the Lower Campground. Also cool (in the “big brother who drives a Mustang”...

Worlds End Park Campground

18. Worlds End Park Campground

With a name like World’s End, you know it’s gonna be good. The beautiful valley is a photographers dream, especially in the spring and fall when...

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Sugar Run Cabin #1 - Riverview
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19. Sugar Run Cabin #1 - Riverview

Get cozy in this newly updated, fully furnished two bedroom cabin with a full kitchen, bathroom and screened in porch for up to four guests. Along...

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Kettle Creek State Park Upper Campground

20. Kettle Creek State Park Upper Campground

Not all of the sites at Kettle Creek’s Upper Campground have electric hookups—but what this campground lacks in amenities it more than makes up for...