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The 10 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.

Historic Farm Camp
Brian
Brian: The house is absolutely gorgeous! You can camp anywhere you want, there's plenty of field and trails...
Blue Mountain Hideaway
Brian
Brian: One of the best camp sites I've ever stayed at! There was a cooler with water waiting for us on the...
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.
Ricketts Glen Park Campground
Brittany
Brittany : With clean bathrooms, spacious campsites and over 20 waterfalls within a 7 mile hike, there is...
Kentuck Campground
Christen
Christen: Both the hike-in and drive-in camping at Kentuck are great. They have the perfect combo of festive...
Benjamin Franklin founded the Philadelphia Zoo, the first public zoo in the United States.
Lakeview Sunrise
Ezekiel
Ezekiel: David and Marla are two of the kindest people we've met on our travels. We stopped by for one night on...
Secluded Woodlands
Natalie
Natalie: The feeling of being one on one with nature and enjoying the sound of the woods is what Secluded...
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.
Fairview Farm and Guest Ranch
Ashley
Ashley: Perfect for a weekend get-away, this cabin opens its door to welcome you and your family. Start your...
Oak Mountain Hideaway #1
Anna Marie & Ed
Anna Marie & Ed: Oak Mountain Hideaway is our dream home on a parcel of 24 private acres. We welcome you to pitch your...
The Monongahela River, located in Western PA, is unique in that it flows north.
Oak Mountain Hideaway #2
Anna Marie & Ed
Anna Marie & Ed: Oak Mountain Hideaway is our dream home on a parcel of 24 private acres. We welcome you to pitch your...
Oak Mountain Hideaway #3
Anna Marie & Ed
Anna Marie & Ed: Oak Mountain Hideaway is our dream home on a parcel of 24 private acres. We welcome you to pitch...