Little Pine State Park
Open: Open from the first weekend in April and closes in mid-December
Number of Sites: 99
The 2,158-acre Little Pine State Park is in a beautiful mountain section of Tiadaghton State Forest in PA Wilds. The 94-acre Little Pine Lake, hiking trails and the campground are prime attractions to the park.
Camping: modern sites, many with electricity
The campground opens the first weekend in April and closes in mid-December. There are 99 campsites: 93 sites can accommodate trailer units up to 30 feet in length, six sites are for tents only. Open or shaded sites are along a stream. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. The campground has a sanitary dump station, showers, flush toilets and many water outlets. Garbage and recycling receptacles, trailer storage and a second vehicle parking lot are at the campground entrance. Alcoholic beverages and unlicensed motor vehicles are prohibited. Pets are permitted on designated sites.
Camping Cottages: The three cottages comfortably sleep five people. Each cottage has two sets of single bunks, a full-size bed, wooden floors, windows, porch and electric lights, heat and outlets. Each site has a fire ring and picnic table.
Yurts: Located in the campground, the two Mongolian style tents are round, on a wooden deck and sleep five people in single bunks and double/single bunks. Yurts have a cooking stove, refrigerator, microwave oven, table, chairs, electric heat and outlets, fire ring and picnic table. A shower house is nearby.
Organized Group Tenting: Available to adult and youth groups, there are four sites: two sites hold 40 people and two sites hold 20 people, or combine to hold 120 people. A paved parking lot, showers, flush toilets, fire rings and picnic tables are provided. A garbage and recycling center is near the campground entrance.
Hiking - Picnicking - Swimming - Boating - Fishing - Hunting - Wildlife Watching - Cross-country Skiing - Sledding - Snowmobiling - Ice Fishing - Organized Group Tenting - Yurts - Camping Cottages - Camping
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