R. B. Winter State Park
Open: Open from the second Friday in April until mid December
Number of Sites: 59
R. B. Winter State Park covers 695 acres of the Ridge and Valley Province in central Pennsylvania. Located within Bald Eagle State Forest, the park lies in a shallow basin surrounded by rocky ridges covered with an oak and pine forest. The focal point of the park is Halfway Lake which is filled by spring-fed mountain streams and contained by a hand-laid, native sandstone dam. Open year-round, the park provides diverse opportunities for recreation.
Camping: modern sites, some with electric
The 59-site campground accommodates tents, trailers and motor homes. Each site is equipped with a picnic table, lantern holder and a fire ring. Some campsites have electric hookups. The campground provides showers, hand washing facilities, a sanitary dump station, drinking water and a playground. Pets are permitted on designated sites. All campsites are completely shaded, close to a playfield, and within easy walking distance to all other park facilities. Open from the second Friday in April until mid December, the sites differ slightly in elevation and scenery.
Camping Cottages: The three cottages sleep five people in single bunks and double/single bunks, and have wooden floors, windows, skylights, porch, picnic table, fire ring, electric lights and outlets, and a small baseboard heater.
Modern Cabin: A modern two-story log cabin is available for year-round rental. The cabin has a furnished living area, kitchen/dining area, 1 ½ baths, four bedrooms, and front and back porches. Renters need to provide their own bed linens, bathroom articles, kitchenware and utensils. The cabin is rented on a minimum two-day basis during the off-season and on a weekly basis during the summer.
Hiking - Trail Biking - Picnicking - Swimming - Fishing - Hunting - Wildlife Watching - Cross-country Skiing - Snowmobiling - Ice Fishing - Cabin - Camping Cottages - Camping
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