May 9th, 2021

Pennsylvania is a fantastic destination for camping with a wide variety of options to choose from! Here are ten top picks:

Ricketts Glen State Park - This park boasts a breathtaking 22-waterfall trail and over 120 campsites.

Allegheny National Forest - With over 600 campsites spread across a vast national forest, you're sure to find the perfect spot.

Worlds End State Park - With 19 miles of hiking trails and 70 campsites, this park is perfect for nature lovers.

Pine Creek Gorge - Also known as the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, this area has many campsites and is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts.

French Creek State Park - Located in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country, this park has 200 campsites and offers swimming, fishing, and boating.

Cook Forest State Park - This park features ancient trees and a scenic river. It has over 200 campsites and cabins.

Raystown Lake - With over 100 miles of shoreline and nearly 300 campsites, Raystown Lake is a popular spot for fishing, boating, and swimming.

Presque Isle State Park - Located on the shores of Lake Erie, this park has over 100 campsites and offers swimming, fishing, and boating.

Cherry Springs State Park - This park is renowned for its stargazing opportunities and has 30 campsites.

Ohiopyle State Park - This park offers whitewater rafting, hiking, and biking. It has over 200 campsites and cabins.

In addition to camping, Pennsylvania offers numerous other attractions and activities. Consider adding these to your itinerary:

Visit Philadelphia: This historic city boasts many landmarks and attractions, such as Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Explore Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh is a vibrant city with cultural offerings such as the Andy Warhol Museum, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, and the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.

Gettysburg National Military Park: History buffs won't want to miss this site, where one of the most important battles of the American Civil War took place.

Hershey's Chocolate World: This attraction is a must-see for those with a sweet tooth, offering tours, tastings, and interactive exhibits about chocolate-making.

The Pennsylvania Grand Canyon: Also known as the Pine Creek Gorge, this stunning natural attraction in the northern part of the state is perfect for hiking, biking, or driving along the canyon's rim.

Amish Country: Lancaster County offers a chance to learn about the Amish way of life, as well as shop for handmade crafts and baked goods.

Pennsylvania truly has something for everyone, whether you're interested in history, culture, nature, or food.


Happy Travels and Happy Camping!

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