Keep your eyes peeled for Bald Eagles soaring over your head
Outside Pennsylvania's second-largest city exists a mecca for all things nature. Camping near Pittsburg allows you to enjoy Pennsylvania's expansive pine and oak forests. The Monghale River runs through much of the region, letting outdoor lovers fish for trout, as well as largemouth bath. Some kayaking and canoeing push-off points can be found along the river, as well. Those who find themselves in or near the city can find Instagram-worthy landscapes inside the Beechview-Seldom Seen Greenway. An hour-or-so drive South-East of Downtown will treat you to the rustic, RV, tent-only, and structure camping along Savage River State Forest. (Trust us: it’s not savage, but sublime.) Those who want to experience tiny house living for themselves can book a stay at Tiny House - Big Farm Adventure to see what all the hoopla is about. Bald Eagles frequent the areas near Pittsburgh as well, so keep your eyes to the trees while you’re hiking.