Prince Gallitzin State Park
Open: Open from the second Friday in April to the last Monday in October
Number of Sites: 401
The 7,335-acre Prince Gallitzin State Park is in the scenic Allegheny Plateau Region of Pennsylvania. Large portions of the park can be seen from several easily accessible vistas. The major attractions to the park are the 1,635-acre Glendale Lake with 26 miles of shoreline and the large campground.
Camping: modern sites, some with electricity
A 401-site tent and trailer campground is open from the second Friday in April to the last Monday in October. Facilities and services offered in the campground include: camp store with coin-operated laundry, swimming beach, boat mooring area, boat rental, playgrounds, paved sites, showers, flush toilets, sanitary dump stations and camper storage area. Pets are permitted on designated sites.
Cabins: Ten modern cabins are available for rent year-round. Each cabin has a modern bathroom with shower, kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave, and outside picnic table and fire ring with grill. Two bedroom cabins sleep six people (one double bed and two bunks), while three bedroom cabins sleep eight people (one double bed and three bunks). Visitors must bring their own kitchen, bath and bedding necessities. Cabin 7 is ADA accessible.
Hiking - Biking - Trail Biking - Horseback Riding - Picnicking - Swimming - Boating - Fishing - Hunting - Wildlife Watching - Cross-country Skiing - Snowmobiling - Ice Fishing - Iceboating - Organized Group Tenting - Cabins - Camping
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