Moon Pennsylvania Camping

The Complete Guide to Tent and RV Camping

By and
First Edition, May 2006
Pages: 300

Price: $17.95 USD
ISBN: 9781566919869

Pennsylvania, the Keystone State, sits astride the East Coast’s main population centers. The state’s parks, forests and wilderness areas are less than a day’s drive for millions of people from Boston to Chicago to Atlanta. If you are looking for the perfect place to camp in Pennsylvania, you need this book. It’s the ideal resource for finding campsites—from secluded alpine hike-in spots to convenient roadside stopovers—throughout the entire state. Pennsylvania travel experts Jason and Heidi Miller bring you:

  • Descriptions of camping options, ranging from state park campgrounds to RV parks
  • Complete contact information and summaries of each campground’s scenic features, facilities, and nearby recreation opportunities
  • Expert tips on gear, safety, and first aid, weather, low-impact camping, and camping with kids
  • Easy-to-use regional maps, driving directions to each campground, and details on fees, reservation services, and helpful websites
  • Details on leading destinations such as, Ohiopyle State Park, Allegheny National Forest, Gettysburg National Battlefield, Lake Erie, Delaware Water Gap, the Poconos, Pine Creek Gorge, Raystown Lake, Susquehanna River, and the Appalachian National Scenic Trail

What’s inside Moon Pennsylvania Camping

Enjoy the very best of Pennsylvania Camping with these itineraries:
  • Best for Families
  • Best for Leisure Hiking
  • Best for Mountain Hiking
  • Best for Trout Fishing
  • Best Historic-Area Campgrounds
  • Best Swimming Beaches
  • Most Pet-Friendly
  • Most Scenic
Discover the best camping spots in:
  • Northwest
  • North Central
  • Northeast
  • Southwest
  • South Central
  • Southeast

Jason Miller began writing trail reviews for websites as a way to get free gear, a practice that quickly evolved into larger projects, such as articles for environmental groups and conservation organizations. He currently teaches high school earth and space science while pursuing a degree in Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University.

Heidi Miller has written numerous online trail reviews for Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, and Florida for Her articles about Coba, Mexico, and Costa Rica have appeared in GoNOMAD and Write On Maui. Her education reflects her love of travel, with degrees in Geography, Anthropology, and World Languages. Heidi is currently a graduate student at Seton Hill University pursing her Master of Arts degree in Writing Popular Fiction.

Jason and Heidi live in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, at the foothills of the Laurel Highlands.