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Allegheny National Forest Campgrounds

Camping in the Allegheny National Forest is a real treat. Browse our list for the perfect campground in the following Pennsylvania counties: Warren, Potter, McKean, Forest, Elk, Cameron, Tioga, Clarion, Jefferson, and Clearfield.

Beaver Meadows Campground - National Forest Service
Serene camping at its best is available at Beaver Meadows with its 38 wooded campsites. Vault toilets. No electrical hookups or hot water. Located 5 miles west of Warren, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Allegheny Wild and Scenic River and Historic Site.

Buckaloons Campground - National Forest Service
Located on the site of a former Indian village, on the banks of the Allegheny River, this small, scenic northwestern Pennsylvania campground offers 51 family campsites, some with electrical hookups. A children's play area, 15-unit picnic area, and a concrete boat launch are located nearby.

Cook Forest Camping - State Park
The popular Ridge Campground located in Cook Forest State Park offers 226 tent and trailer campsites with coin-operated laundry facilities, sanitary dump station, and modern restrooms with showers (late May through early October). Some parts of the campground are open year-round. 24 rustic rental cabins are also available in two areas. Read review

Dewdrop Campground - National Forest Service
Located on the Kinzua Arm of the Allegheny Reservoir (Kinzua Dam Area) in Warren County, Pennsylvania, this Allegheny National Forest campground is located along the Longhouse Scenic Byway. 70 camp sites for tents, RVs, or pop-up trailers.

Hearts Content Recreation Area - National Forest Service
This charming Civilian Conservation Corps built campground contains 26 family campsites, two which include lean-to shelters and charcoal grills. Vault toilets, pressurized water, and a small playground are available. Campsites are available on a first-come, first served basis only, no reservations.

Kiasutha Campground - National Forest Service
Showers, flush toilets, and 73 wooded campsites await you at this NFS campground near the Kinzua Dam. Reservations suggested. Some first come, first serve sites available.

Loleta Recreation Campground - National Forest Service
A scenic, rustic campground, with its historic mill and Civilian Conservation Corp constructed features, offers 38 campsites for tents, trailers, and RVs.

Minister Creek Campground - National Forest Service
The Allegheny's smallest campground, Minister Creek has six family campsites situated along Minister Creek. Vault toilets and hand-pumped water are available. Campsites are filled on a first come, first served basis only, no reservations

Ole Bull Campground - State Park
Rustic camp sites, some with electricity, are available in two camping areas along Kettle Creek in the area known as the Black Forest of Pennsylvania in Potter County. Camping is permitted year-round.

Red Bridge Recreation Area
Located on the eastern shore of Kinzua Bay, this popular Allegheny National Forest campground has 55 campsites, plus hot water showers, vault and flush toilets, pressurized water fountains, a children's play area, and a trailer dump station.

Tionesta Lake Campgrounds - Army Corps of Engineers
Within the borders of Forest County, the state's least populated county, Tionesta Lake winds its way through the rugged hills of northwestern Pennsylvania. Tree-shaded campsites range from rustic in nature, located at lakeside and accessible only by boat, to sites equipped with hot showers and other modern conveniences.

Tracy Ridge Campground - National Forest Service
Located within the Allegheny National Recreation Area approximately 15 miles from Bradford, Pennsylvania, this campground offers spacious sites, restrooms, and a hand pump for water. Some sites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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