Cabins in Pennsylvania with snow sports

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 with snow sports

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Peters Sawmill

3 sites · Lodging15 acres · Hillsgrove, PA
In the heart of the forest, nestled among towering trees and surrounded by breathtaking views, a humble cabin. It’s the place that evokes tranquility and solitude, offering a refuge from the chaos of the outside world. What makes this cabin truly captivating is its unique location, obscured by the presence of a running sawmill. Come enjoy watching as it takes you back in time. This sawmill is unlike any bandmill, boasting a massive 4 and a half-foot circular saw, a relic from the years between 1935 and 1945. Its rhythmic, melodic hum fills the air, blending seamlessly with the symphony of nature. The captivating noise created an enchanting ambiance, luring those in search of solace and beauty. We run our mill with recycled cooking oil and a diesel blend. Behind the sawmill, nature thrives harmoniously. Wildlife painted the surroundings with vibrant colors, as birds filled the sky with their elegant dances and curious squirrels scurried about, their fluffy tails adding a playful touch to the lush landscape. The cabin is a sanctuary where one can witness the wonders of nature, just a walk away from the roaring sawmill. Come check out a piece of preserved history all while enjoying pristine wooded views! Take a step back in time and immerse yourself in history. Enjoy the power of the circular saw, a symbol of the immense progress and craftsmanship of yesteryears. Together, the cabin, the forest, and the sawmill form a perfect harmony — a testament to the beauty of nature entwined with mankind's desire to create. It offers a glimpse into a world where modernity meets tradition, where breathtaking views and the symphony of the sawmill entice all who venture here to enjoy.
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Lisa F.’s Land

13 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents15 acres · Somerset, PA
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Ferns in the Forest

3 sites · Lodging, RVs32 acres · Farmington, PA
Learn more about this land: This wooded area is 5 miles away from the Ohiopyle State Park whitewater launch area and GAP bike trail. We are less than 9 miles from Frank Lloyd Wright's Classic Fallingwater and about 8 miles from Kentuck Knob one of the last resident homes he designed (both are open for tours). Fort Necessity National Battlefield is 5 miles away. There are numerous native trout streams in the area. Youghiogheny Reservoir is 7 miles away for fishing, boat rentals, and water-sports. The Fern House is the primary camp cabin on the property in 2024. Although if someone would want to park a "self contained" camper or small RV on the property we would permit the unit to occupy the area in front of the driveway just pass the entrance gate. It is not within the ferns and is next to the road. There is an electrical outlet available at this small RV or van camper site. We are "nice pet" friendly. We have a mountain spring (when the spring is running) up the trail road (450 feet away). The ferns will normally be in full glory by the end of May to the beginning of October and are amazing, covering the forest floor. Deer, bear, wild turkey, fox, chipmunks, squirrels and many woodland birds abound the property especially owls. A picnic table, fire ring and firewood is available on the property. Free WiFi on the property as long as the plant life is not too thick! There is a mile hiking loop right on the property and many challenging trails in the area, including the starting point for the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail.
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Burnhead Grazings

3 sites · Lodging, Tents68 acres · Indiana , PA
The rich history of Burnhead Grazings is enveloped in a love for God's creation. Dr. Gib and Emmy Lou McLaughlin purchased Burnhead, which is Gaelic for the head of the stream, from William H. Stevens. The once pasture for Hilltop Dairy's cows became a pasture for sheep. Gib and Emmy had been in search of land for years after getting their first border collie and falling in love with the Shepherd lifestyle. Gib trained dozens of border collies to work the sheep and did hundreds of demonstrations highlighting the herding abilities of the collie across the country. Their love for Scotland and the border collie took them Scotland on many occasions. Burnhead Grazings is a snapshot of Scotland, "in bye" or close to, the beautiful college town of Indiana, PA. Less than two miles from two hotels, three miles from downtown, and within minutes from Amish country, it is amazing that this respite still exists so close to civilization. Gib and Emmy's daughter, Moire McLaughlin Bridges and her husband Randy have endeavored to bring the sheep back to Burnhead Grazings and to continue the family tradition as well as to share in the experience. You can listen to an interview on The Christian Witness Program on this page for some history about Moire and Randy in Tennessee where they were residing before coming to Indiana. They are producing lamb, wool for spinning and felting, and hay and are opening up the farm for small events such as weddings or family reunions. Moire is also the author and illustrator of a children's book available for sale on iBooks called Sissy & The King. In November of 2014, with the help of Hilltop Baptist Church and many others, they began hosting an event, LIFE Nativity, the weekend before Thanksgiving, which benefits Life-Way Pregnancy Center. Moire is also a fine artist and gives classes on wool felting. Ask about signing up for a class or book a private felting party.
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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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Pocono Cabin With No Name

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Tobyhanna, PA
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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Dude, Girl! Ranch.

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Andreas, PA
On almost 2 acres you will have a small barn with a loft and a queen mattress. There is a stove and wood to be burned. There is an outside shower, native plant gardens, a pergola with chiminea, an edible herb and vegetable garden and a fire pit. There is also a hammock under some huge Norway Spruce trees. Feel free to relax! Distance to more fun: 20 minutes to Jim Thorpe for biking, hiking, rafting, browsing cute shops, excellent restaurants. 12 minutes to Mauch Chunk Lake Park and the historic Switchback Trail 14 mins to Lehighton (Downtown Farm Market on Saturdays) Blended Bakery too! 15 mins to the Lehighton Outdoor Center for bike and rafting rentals (maybe kayak lessons) 25 minutes to Hawk Mountain Sanctuary 15 minutes to Bake Oven Knob (hike and a view) 20 mins to Blue Mountain Ski Area and Bike Park 20 mins to Beltzville Lake 10 minutes to Tamaqua 16 minutes to The Hometown Farmer's Market (9-9:00 on Wed only) 20 minutes to Tuscarora State Park 30 mins to Cabela's Outdoor Store Restaurant Recommendations - I love to snack and eat. Ask me about savory to sweet. I teach yoga and have a super cool loft space. A class can usually be arranged during your stay. Regular classes are held Monday evenings at 5:30pm and 7:00pm and Friday mornings at 5:45am for the early birds.
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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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River Mountain Glamping Retreat

17 sites · Lodging150 acres · Everett, PA
We love our guests and their comfort, safety, satisfaction is our top priority! We are happy to be available during the duration of your stay to guide and help plan your outdoor adventures, sightseeing, nature wanders, and local explorations. We have over 150 experiences available to our guests, just let us know what type of stay you're looking for. Trade in the city for fresh mountain air and open space! River Mountain is the change of scenery we're all looking for -- perfect for a road trip, staycation, or weekend getaway. Your mountain oasis -- discover open space and fresh air in the mountains while nestling into one of our canvas tipis! The perfect escape for privacy and peace of mind in nature. Guests also have access to a gathering and sitting area, bonfire pits, bbq charcoal grill, portable charging stations, and shared, common area indoor restrooms and showers. This one-of-a-kind experience offers guests a way to connect with the outdoors with the comfort and security of being under shelter. All the amenities at River Mountain, including our daily complimentary happy hour, bonfire, hiking trails, fishing pond, activity barn (ping pong, cornhole, bocce, and many other games), free fiber internet wifi, and concierge service to activities in the area. Graze Kitchen at River Mountain - Inspired + FreshBorn to provide delicious, healthy, and environmentally conscious cuisine to our guests. Graze Kitchen prides itself on featuring fresh, regionally sourced meals with an unexpected, modern flare that is true to River Mountain. Guests may order off of Graze's menu at time of booking for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, at an additional charge. With River Mountain being a remote getaway, Graze provides delicious, convenient meals so our guests may relax and enjoy this mountain oasis. River Mountain offers guests endless access to the outdoors and nature. Our property features private hiking trails, seven natural springs, Sweet Root Creek, outdoor yoga platforms, Hammock Hideaway, forest bathing, complimentary sunset happy hour, and evening private bonfires. We are bordered by Buchanan State Forest, home of Pennsylvania's Trail of the Year, The Mid State Trail and thousands of acres of outdoor recreation. Our guest guides feature self-guided hikes and outdoor recreation, designed for all skill levels to enjoy during their stay. Our on-site spaces and amenities are created to satisfy the needs of our guests during their stay. The historic 1807 log cabin has been restored into our community dining area. Our beautifully restored Mennonite barn is a communal lounge space with open air walls for guests to relax, read, or recreate. The main lodge features an expansive coworking space with floor to ceiling windows, natural light, and office amenities for remote work. There's so much to experience at River Mountain, we look forward to welcoming you to this little slice of paradise. For the safety and comfort of other guests and staff, all guests are required to abide by our on-site rules and policies.
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Star Lee Farm

4 sites · Lodging104 acres · Huntingdon, PA
Our mission at Star Lee Farm is to provide a small farm experience for guests and share a private glamping experience. We are using agritourism to promote awareness of pollinators through our honeybee experience and educational programs. The Star Lee is an old “family” farm that we are working to grow into a self sufficient working farm. We encourage our guests to explore nature that encompasses the farm's 104 acres and enjoy the solitude it can provide. We also invite our guests to “look up” into the night sky and behold the majesty and vastness of the universe we share.
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The Green Tree Grove

5 sites · Lodging12 acres · Richfield, PA
Nestled in the picturesque hills of Juniata County, The Green Tree Grove offers a tranquil cabin retreat. This cozy studio cabin boasts a full-sized bed and a comfortable futon. Our kitchenette provides a water dispenser, microwave, fridge, and Keurig coffee maker. For outdoor cooking, a propane grill awaits on the covered porch connected to the cabin. - No running water (must bring your own water) - Outdoor shower (uses water jugs) - Outhouse
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BOULDER CREEK

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Confluence, PA
Amazing camp on 2.4 acres. Located on the Middle Yough in the town of Confluence. Where rivers meet mountians.Learn more about this land:2.4 Acres with a trail and stream Renovated cabin and bunk houseFire PitDeck - PorchMiddle Yough & Yough LakeState game landsBike - TrailsNear Ohiopyle
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Cabins in Pennsylvania with snow sports guide

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Looking for a cozy cabin and some snowy adventure in Pennsylvania? Hipcamp has you covered with over 90 options to choose from. Whether you prefer skiing, snowmobiling, or snowshoeing, our campsites offer a variety of terrains to explore. With prices starting as low as $25 per night and an average of $134 per night, you can find a great spot that fits your budget. Some of our top-rated campsites include Neal Homestead Camp (112 reviews), Burnhead Grazings (96 reviews), and MLWSTABLES DOUBLE RAINBOW FARM (99 reviews). Popular amenities like showers, toilets, and campfires are available, and outdoor activities like climbing and wildlife watching are plentiful. Book your cabin and hit the snow-covered trails!

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