Pitch a tent or dry park your camper and enjoy nature on our 40 acres at Plaid and Paisley Camp. Our landscape offers options to camp in the woods, pond side, or in the open field. Enjoy fishing in the 1+ acre pond on site, hiking in the 30+ wooded acres on the property, or just relaxing around the campfire.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Plaid&Paisley Tent and Dry RV Camp in Pennsylvania.
Places to see near Elizabeth D.’s Land
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I go on about 5-6 camping trips per year and I have to say that this is one of my favorites places I’ve camped. Elizabeth could not have been more welcoming and the property is absolutely beautiful with a lot of room to hike. The fire ring is wonderful and being right beside the pond was honestly my favorite part of the stay. I and everyone who I camped with agreed that we will definitely be resturning. 10/10!
Excellent stay, great hosts.
It was a very nice stay, hosts were friendly and helpful. The view of the field and the pond were very nice and it was awesome how lit up the landscape was during the full moon.
A lovely stay
We loved staying at Plaid and Paisley Camp. Elizabeth was a wonderful and thoughtful host. She made us feel very welcome. The information and directions were great. We came in the coldest of winter (in January) so we had our pick of spots. We set up right in front of the pond. It was so beautiful and peaceful. In the morning we had our chairs facing the pond and enjoyed the view and the sunshine for breakfast. A lovely stay. We stayed at Plaid and Paisley Camp as a stop over in between trips to Cuyahoga Valley and Shenandoah National Parks and felt it was a perfect.
Beautiful with elbow room!
We loved staying there and felt very much at home. There was tons of space to park (several fields). At night we heard the coyotes howling, which was quite beautiful. The fire pit was huge and surrounded by rocks to sit on and there were plenty of logs available. We woke up looking out the pond. Really a nice time and a scenic ride in to the location, as well.
We arrived later in the evening and pulled right up to the big fire pit. Spent a quiet and peaceful night looking at the stars. Woke up to see what a beautiful piece of land it is with the big barn and apple trees. The host was very accommodating and easy to communicate with. Would recommend and would definitely stay again.