Ryerson Station State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 46
Number of Sites with Electric: 22
Ryerson Station State Park is in Greene County in the southwestern corner of Pennsylvania, near the West Virginia border. The 1,164-acre park features the 62-acre Ronald J. Duke Lake that is named in memory of a former manager of Ryerson Station State Park. The lake is currently drawn down for dam safety issues.
Camping: rustic sites, some with electricity
A 46-site campground for tents or trailers lies on a ridge overlooking the park. Camping facilities are open year-round. Camping permits must be secured at the park office. Rustic toilets and a sanitary dump station are provided. Twenty-two sites have electric hookups requiring an additional fee.
Camping Cottages: Located in the campground, the two cottages sleep five people in single bunks and double/single bunks, and have wooden floors, windows, electric heat, porch, picnic table, fire ring and electric lights and outlets.
Organized Group Tenting: A rustic camping area is available for organized adult or youth groups from the second Friday in April through the end of September. The area can hold up to 80 people and provides rustic toilets, drinking water, fire rings, picnic tables and a pavilion. Reservations are required.
Hiking - Picnicking - Swimming - Boating - Fishing - Hunting - Cross-country Skiing - Sledding - Snowmobiling - Ice Skating - Ice Fishing - Organized Group Tenting - Camping Cottages - Camping
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