A half centurytrailer nestled in "whispering pines." What my grandparents called this place. It can still act as a base camp for one couple inside and more in tents outside. Electricity lets you use refrigerator, microwave, toaster oven, and recharge your camera. Convenient for inclement weather for somecards or banagrams at table for 5 under the lights. Of course usually youContinue reading...
A half century trailer nestled in "whispering pines." What my grandparents called this place. It can still act as a base camp for one couple inside and more in tents outside. Electricity lets you use refrigerator, microwave, toaster oven, and recharge your camera. Convenient for inclement weather for some cards or banagrams at table for 5 under the lights. Of course usually you will turn off the lights after dinner and be at the campfire. Most campers love the convenience of the refrigerator so they don't have to keep going into town for ice. Basic condiments provided. The trailer water is only COLD but has been tested and can be drunk. I don't, as I think it tastes bad so provide potable water for drinking, brushing teeth, and coffee making. It is in yellow igloo. You can come out the door and wander to the right until you run into the well manicured neighbor above then turn right and go up along their property line and start going right near top then right again to come down behind trailer. If you want to hike to Red Bank Creek go left out of drive along road to metal gate on right. Turn onto gate road and follow pink dots. Camping is on eastern edge of property. It gets cooler as you walk west toward the "river" aka Red Bank Creek. Bike or hike on the 50 mile Red Bank Trail starting across from Giant Eagle or start in Summerville. My favorite section there goes over two bridges. Tubing or kayaking is nice on Red Bank Creek, put in off Race Street take out on Moore Road in Summerville. May be too shallow July/August for boats. If you just want to lay in the hammock and read or sit in the shade you can do that too.
- Check in: After 12PM
- 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
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Stocked in town.
Put in across from laundromat in town. Go 6 miles down to boat ramp. July/August may be too low take tubes or try Clarion Rive...Read more
Walter Dick Park in town. Also pool at Cook's Forest. Also at bend in river past my property.
Natural features you'll find at Outdoor Adventurer Base Camp in Pennsylvania.
Supposedly on property. Not discovered.
Mixed deciduous and hemlocks.
River, stream or creek
See map of Red Bank Creek and bike trail which criss crosses it for 50 miles.
Places to see near Rustic Cabin with Sleeping Loft
The vibe at Outdoor Adventurer Base Camp
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Didn't stay, too cold!
We actually ended up not staying here. We came and checked it out, but there was a hole in the ceiling, which may or may not have contributed to the trailer being much colder than I expected. We did bring a heater and 0 degree sleeping bags (Judy & Linda warned us it would be very cold, no heat, etc.), but it was worse than I expected, so we ended up finding an alternative. I think this place would be fine in the warmer months, but especially since it had recently snowed, I underestimated the cold.