Luxury cabins in Pennsylvania

With activities for all four seasons, camping in Pennsylvania is the perfect way to take in the state's wild forests and Appalachian mountains.

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12 top cabins sites in Pennsylvania

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Muddy Myst

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents30 acres · Kittanning, PA
Eco-Campsites and Recreation Area located in the heart of Western Pennsylvania! The site is in a great location, only a 12 minute drive from Buttermilk Falls and the Rails to Trails Bike Path that runs along the Allegheny River. For those interested in fishing we are only a short drive from Pine Creek, Cowanshannock Creek, Keystone Lake, Mahoning Dam, and Crooked Creek Lake. For those interested in off-roading, the Scrubgrass OHV park is only 20 minutes away.
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The Tiny Home

4 sites · Lodging7 acres · Barkeyville, PA
Learn more about this land: The TINY HOME features: • 240 square feet plus sleeping lofts • Sleeping space for 5 consisting of one double bed and two single beds in the lofts and one pullout on the main floor • Electric fireplace, stove, and oven • Refrigerator • Central HVAC • Large wooden deck.   The SITE also features: • Wooded trails • Three fire pits with plentiful free firewood • 250 square foot pavilion with picnic table.   • Trails thru woods plus large lawn area OTHER: •  Pets generally permitted but not inside house. • Recommend good tires, or 4 wheel drive to get up driveway, deflating tires may be necessary in bad weather. • No Smoking Inside
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The Blue Canoe

146 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents3 acres · Connellsville, PA
The Blue Canoe The Blue Canoe is a magical place. Just say “Youghiogheny” three times and Pennsylvania’s most perfect campsite will appear before you. If you can’t pronounce Youghiogheny, just book us online. Still magical, because we sit right between the Youghiogheny River and the Great Allegheny Passage bike trail. So every campsite comes with a view of the trail or river. We know you want to get right to the fun part, so we make the getting settled part painless and easy. Bring your own accommodations and enjoy options for hookups. Or stay in one of our full-service, deluxe cabins. Camp your way!
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River Island Cabin & Campsites

8 sites · Lodging, Tents46 acres · PA
Located on Fuellhart Island, Tidioute, Pennsylvania Allegheny River, Allegheny National Forest, PA Wilds Perfect for kayaking, camping, fishing, tubing - all types of river trips! Go Primitive and book secluded campsites (there is a Treehouse and Canvas Bell Tent options!) Rent the cabin and island privately for your group 46 acres of Private Island on the scenic Allegheny River. PA Wilds, Gameland Access, Allegheny National Forest. We provide: HAMMOCK AND TENT CAMPSITES (view listings) CABIN AND ISLAND RENTALS (Call it a glorified cabin in the woods!) - fully equipped! - non-motorized boat rentals (Angler single kayaks and canoe) - Fishing pole and gear rentals - Tent/Hammocks - Cold Weather Sleeping Bags This is a secluded private island on the Allegheny River. It has been a family property for years and many people have created great memories here. It is great for solo campers wanting a peaceful space, kayakers on river trips, family groups (magic for kids and dogs!) *Tent camping, outdoor shower, fishing, kayaking, groomed trail paths from end to end, fully equipped kitchen, outdoor cooking, firepits, outdoor and indoor seating. Dog friendly! Supreme sunsets and starry nights! Everyone always ends up staying another day if they can get away with it! Arrive by car to our parking area where we will boat you and your gear over to the island campsite. There will be 1 round trip in the motorized john boat per group. Guests are permitted to use the aluminum canoe with lifejackets only to ferry items. PADDLE IN! KAYAKERS/CANOES/MULTI-DAY RIVER TRIP PADDLERS! Arrive by kayak or canoe off the river while you are on a paddle trip. Singles, small groups and large groups. Campsites are PERFECT for Scouts trips, team building trips with kayak rental options. Cabin rentals are great for couples, families, friends, reunions, fishing trips, large groups trips and more! Wildlife photographers must see location!
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Journey's End Farm

2 sites · Lodging100 acres · Newfoundland, PA
Journey's End Farm is a small family farm offering a diverse selection of ecologically grown vegetables, maple syrup, and free-range eggs. Everything that we sell is grown or produced on-site with the intention of nurturing the soil and ecology of the land. From 1939-2020 our family ran a summer sleep-away camp for children on the farm, with an emphasis on caring for each other and the land. Located in a small valley at 1400 feet of elevation, our fields and woods are home to a broad diversity of native plants and animals. Our family has been caring for this land since 1926, but before European colonization it was home to the Lenape people from whom it was forcibly taken. Acknowledging this fact and working to expand awareness of Indigenous cultures and their rights is important to us. While at the farm, besides the amenities listed in each listing, you are welcome to hike or walk around and explore our farm which has many acres of woodland, creeks, springs, a pond, and open fields. A hot day is a great time for a walk along - or in - the creek. A rainy day brings out the Red Efts - beautiful orange newts that are all over the woods when you know where to look. We're always glad to point you in the right direction for a nice walk or a longer hike. You may be able to tag along collecting eggs from the hens or feeding some of the other animals we may have.
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Lakewood Park Campground

54 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents54 acres · Barnesville, PA
Our family campground is open, now with over 110 sites and is currently being expanded, to add more deluxe back-in and pull-thru sites! Our campground and cabin rentals are available year-round and all of our RV sites are full hookup sites! Come and enjoy a getaway while enjoying our 54 acres, 10-acre lake, great fishing, playground, weekend activities, and kayaking/paddle boating! We have two state parks, both with lakes, only 15 minutes away.
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Campers Paradise

91 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · PA
Campers Paradise campground Located in the Allegheny National Forest region, Campers Paradise has been voted most beautiful campground in Pennsylvania. Our resort guests enjoy scenic wooded views, modern amenities and exciting activities. You can even get a pizza delivered right to your site from our Cabin Café! If you’re planning a summer vacation or road trip through northern Pennsylvania, make plans to stay at our family-friendly RV park and campground. With 116 sites to choose from, you can stay the way that suits you best. Hook up to a full-service RV pad, savor the simplicity of a rustic tent site, or relax in a cabin with the comforts of home. If you’re into glamping, experience one of our Wild West Territory campsites, which include a rustic tipi, a covered wagon and a bunkhouse. Please note: Campers Paradise is a pet-friendly campground; however, pets are not allowed with most of our cabin rentals and the Wild West sites. We have 2 primitive cabins, 7 luxury & modern cabins, 57 full hookup RV sites, 39 water & electric RV sites, 22 primitive tent sites, and 3 Wild West glamping sites.
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The Nest - Creekfront Cabin In ANF

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Sheffield, PA
"The Nest" presents a secluded cabin nestled along Tionesta Creek, situated in the heart of Allegheny National Forest. Offering complete privacy and serenity, this retreat boasts no visible neighbors, allowing guests to unwind amidst the tranquil sounds of nature and the babbling creek. With breathtaking views from every angle, visitors can anticipate sightings of eagles, blue heron, black bear, and other wildlife while savoring morning coffee on the deck. Additionally, guests have access to two kayaks to enhance their stay. The cabin comfortably accommodates five guests and features a full bathroom equipped with an off-grid water system, ensuring continuous access to hot water.
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Camp Bluestone

7 sites · Lodging3 acres · Thompson, PA
Eight miles from Elk Mountain ski area, one mile to rails for trails, golf and fishing. Camp Bluestone is a unique vacation rental designed as a place for folks to gather. You can rent one cabin and have a romantic getaway with that special someone or rent all four cabins and our glamping tent with family and friends. The pavilion, BBQ area and fire pit are perfect for meals, games and late-night storytelling. Dog friendly. The camp has wireless internet, you can stream anywhere on the property.
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Foxglove Cottage and Campsite

7 sites · Lodging141 acres · Montrose, PA
This working equestrian farm is situated just outside the little historic town of Montrose, which has many little quaint stores to wander through. The farm is situated on top of a hill which has gorgeous views of the surrounding area. Wonderful trails are maintained through the woods so that you may view the wildlife. Norfolk Heritage Farm is located just outside the town of Montrose, PA. Throughout the year this old traditional town has wonderful celebrations, Memorial day parade, the 4th of July Parade is the largest parade around, Chocolate and Wine festival, Blueberry festival, Strawberry festival etc. Look on the Montrose website to see events that have been planned. The neighboring Harford Agricultural fair is still scheduled in August, with all sorts of animals, exhibitions, and rides. We are once again accepting guests. Foxglove cottage is a 3 bedroom cottage located at the Equestrian Barn. Completely renovated. Heating and Air conditioning. Book the cottage, and have the ability to pitch tents on the lawn adjacent to the cottage. Cook over a fire pit or in the grill, the pond is a short walk down the lane from the cottage where you can have access to the boats and fish or just enjoy the peace and quiet while watching the wildlife. The lawn area will be freshly mowed prior to arrival. The old sites will no longer be mowed and has been left to nature. The pond is accessible depending on the weather by awd or 4 wheel drive vehicles. In this instance it may be necessary in very wet conditions to walk 50 yards to your site. Site #1 (b) This site is adjacent to 1(a) separated only by a hedge. This site is perfect as an add on for 1a for large groups or if you wish to have a large camping area all to yourself. It is suggested that groups of 8+ book both sites at the same time. This location can hold very large groups, maximum of 30. (Please contact me through hipcamp for me to change the perimeters for your booking. Site #2 This site is on the opposite side of the pond, and is similar to the site 1, the access to this location along a dirt road and is therefore more accessible by a vehicle that does not have all wheel or 4 wheel drive. These sites are visible to each other but are far enough away to give privacy. This site can hold three tents comfortably. Site 1 a and b and 2 may be booked together for either large groups or for just more seclusion. If a large group books both these sites and you want access we shall accommodate you by mowing a pathway to make each campsite accessible to each other. Site #3 This site is remote and is only accessible by all wheel or 4 wheel drive when the weather has been wet. This site is very secluded in a meadow surrounded by woods on all sides, pathways are mowed for your use for a quick walk to the barn and also the pond. This is a large area and can also hold at least 7 tents. Please contact us through hipcamp to change the perimeters for you. Site #4 This site is also remote and is neatly tucked in the corner of a hay field, on the edge of some beautiful woods. This site is perfect to watch deer and bird-watching. This site can hold three tents comfortably. Tanimals. This is a smaller site and can handle only 2 tents comfortably. All sites are provided with a table and chairs or a wooden bench, fire pit, charcoal grill, tent and a toilet bucket. (Please only put septic waste in the bucket since the waste is emptied into a septic tank) In the event of storms, the indoor arena may be used to pitch a tent for a night or duration. Pets welcome on a leash. Fireworks are welcome from the pond sites. The farm also a petting farm, with chickens, horses, miniature horses, miniature donkey, dwarf goats, sheep and alpacas, all are friendly. We also have Scottish Highland Cows, please be aware, they have electric fence on the inside of the metal panels. We also have peacocks for you to view. At the pond there a few boats and canoes, These are for everyone's use and are free to use, please be courteous and share. Campers are welcome to bring their own paddle boats or canoes. In the pond we have Large and Small Mouth Bass, Perch, and Sunnies. Feel free to fish, but always catch and release the small ones. Please bring your fishing poles and bait. Additional: Please feel free to visit the animals at any time, but only enter the animals enclosure while supervised by a barn employee. These are therapy and petting animals, but still animals, watch fingers! Horse back riding and Miniature Cart Driving are available in 1 hour increments, these are given for an additional Fee. The instructor is trained in teaching regular lessons, but also therapeutic riding, and teaching equestrians with disabilities. Fire Wood available for Purchase Please bring your own fishing poles. Additional items families may wish to bring: Life jackets (we do not have any) If children wish to ride please bring their bike helmets to ensure proper fitting.
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Pocono Cabin With No Name

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Tobyhanna, PA
JUNE MID-WEEK Special Pricing $150. (Monday-Thursday Nights) The cabin once was a hunting cabin part of a 200-acre parcel before the development sprung up around it. Most of the acreage is now green space and backs up to state game lands. Your stay at the Pocono Cabin With No Name supports 1 for Nature. Protecting and enhancing special places in the Pocono Mountains for all to enjoy. With funds raised 1 for Nature awards grants to qualified nonprofit organizations and local government entities to support the conservation and public enjoyment of wildlife habitat, trails, streams, and parks in Monroe County, Pennsylvania. Our cabin located the Poconos is in a calm neighborhood next to 1,000's of acres of green space and state game lands. Relax outside with a fire, the sound of the creek, and waterfalls. Take an easy hike behind the house to an old stone mill. The cabin sleeps 6 in 2 bedrooms (1 king and 2 twins with a sleeping loft for 2) 1 bath with large shower, stone floor, and large counter. (Linens and Towels Included) Let yourself disconnect from the day-to-day, read a book, play a game, take a hike, and enjoy the mountain air and star-filled nights.
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White House Cabins

8 sites · Lodging120 acres · Uniontown, PA
Learn more about this land: We are at the foot of the Allegheny Mountains. 30 minute drive to white water rafting , famous Ohiopyle State Park.Falling Waters and Fort Necessity are easily accessed
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Luxury cabins in Pennsylvania guide

Overview

Pennsylvania is a land of contrasts. Historic cities and industrial towns give way to the patchwork farmlands of Amish Country and the rugged hills of the Appalachian Trail. Dramatic canyons and forested mountains sweep through the heart of the Keystone State, providing endless terrain for hiking, kayaking, and mountain biking. Pennsylvania weather is notoriously changeable, but the best season for camping is May through October. Snow covers much of the state from December through March, so swap tent camping for a heated RV, replace your hiking boots with snowshoes, and head to one of 22 ski resorts.

Where to go

Pennsylvania Wilds

The evocatively named Pennsylvania Wilds blanket the north and boast some of the state’s best camping and hiking. Views of Pine Creek Gorge, the “Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania,” can be enjoyed at Leonard Harrison and Colton Point State Parks, and there are primitive tent sites and RV sites in the surrounding Tioga State Forest. To the west, the Allegheny National Forest covers more than 500,000 acres, with kayaking, ATV and mountain biking trails, and a national scenic byway.

Pittsburgh & the Great Lakes

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s second-largest city, is the first stop in the state’s southwestern corner, and several state parks lie within easy reach. Top of the list is Ohiopyle State Park, where adrenaline seekers go to raft or kayak along the white-water rapids of the Youghiogheny River. In the north, camp resorts and RV parks with full hookups dot the shores of Lake Erie, and you can hop over to the Presque Isle State Park to hike, windsurf, and bird-watch.

South-Central Pennsylvania

West of the Philadelphia region, the state capital, Harrisburg, is the gateway to the southern stretch of Pennsylvania’s Appalachian Trail. Just to the south, a day trip to the chocolate capital of Hersey is a must to stock up for all those s’mores around the campfire, and there’s back-to-basics camping in Amish Country around Lancaster. The Allegheny Mountains rise to the west, where campers can hike in the backwoods, paddle along lazy rivers, or hit the ski slopes.

East Pennsylvania

All roads in eastern Pennsylvania lead to Philadelphia, where you can dive into US history and take a peek at the Liberty Bell. For a wilderness camping experience, head north into the Poconos Mountains—there are more than 100 miles of hiking trails in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, including 28 miles of the Appalachian Trail. Further west, Ricketts Glen State Park has waterfall hikes and a family campground with yurts, cabin rentals, RV camping, and tent sites.

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