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If you’re planning on visiting Pennsylvania’s woods for a summer getaway, now is the time to book your trip. During the late summer season, campgrounds are less busy. To find the ideal site or cabin, check out the list below.


Allegheny River Campground

The campground at the junction of Route 6 and the beautiful Allegheny River is in the Pennsylvania Wilds. This facility features full-service cabins, vintage RV rentals, and primitive tent sites. It’s close to Cherry Park Dark Skies and the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon.


Greater Reading Campgrounds

With various activities and terrain to choose from, including the Appalachian Trail and the charming Amish Country, campgrounds in Reading offer a great place to stay. Some of the most popular facilities in the area include the Sun Valley RV Park in Narvon and the Appalachian RV Park in Shartlesville.


Beaver Valley Family Campground

Just five miles from Lake Nockamixon and the beautiful Buck County River Country are the campgrounds of the Beaver Valley Family. This facility offers various types of lodging, such as tent sites and air-conditioned cabins. It also has a swimming pool, basketball courts, and a game room.


Racoon Creek State Park

Situated in the beautiful countryside of Pennsylvania, the Raccoon Creek State Park campground is a great place to stay during your outdoor adventure. This facility features modern campsites with electricity and other facilities for your camping experience.


Pioneer Campground

The campground at Pioneer offers both furnished cottages and cabins with large, wooded sites. This facility, open from April to December, has a heated pool, a playground, and Wi-Fi.


Tall Oaks Campground

The Tall Oaks campground is located in a beautiful woodland area about 10 miles from the Ohiopyle State Park. This privately owned campground features mature oak trees that provide a tranquil outdoor setting.


Blue Mountain Resort

Situated just off the Blue Mountain Resort’s ski trails, the campsites offer breathtaking views of the area. Upon reaching the campground, a camp host will welcome you and allow you to move your belongings into an all-terrain vehicle. After settling in, the campers can explore the area’s various attractions, such as the zip lines and high ropes course.


Blue Rocks Family Campgrounds

This campground, located next to the Blue Rocks Field, covers over a hundred acres. It is perfect for families and individuals looking for a relaxing and enjoyable stay. This facility features various activities for all ages, such as hiking through Hawk Mountain and exploring Crystal Cave. The campground also has a general store and a variety of comfortable tents.