Frequently Asked Questions
We open on May 1 and close on October 31 for daily and seasonal camping.
We can park your boat or jet-ski for a small daily parking fee. If you have a fishing boat and need electricity, there will also be a daily electric fee.
Each reservation requires an average payment of one nights stay. Any additional fees will be collected at check-in.
Yes, the policy is mentioned on your confirmation letter.
Yes. Little Valley Log Cabin and Black Bear Cabin do not include linens, pillows, or towels.
Linen packages, including pillow, can be purchased for $15.00 per person.
The Lodge includes linens, pillows, towels and pool towels.
- Check-In: 12:00pm
- Check-Out: 11:00am
Cottages / Cabins:
- Check-In: 3:00pm
- Check-Out: 11:00am
Family pets are welcome in the campground as long as they are monitored, cleaned up after and kept on a 6′ or shorter leash. Pets cannot be tied or kenneled outdoors or left in vehicles or boats. The management has the right to ask you to remove your pet if it becomes a nuisance. Rabies certificates must be presented at check-in. You may bring two family pets to your campsite for free. There is a fee for the 3rd pet. All cabins have a daily fee for your pet(s).
Water, electric (30/50 amp service), municipal sewer and WiFi.
If you drive five miles in either direction, you will be at the lake. Army Corp public boat ramps are available in either direction.
Raystown Lake is a vacation destination area that touches a lot of small towns. The lake has 118 miles of shoreline and 8,300 acres of water. Raystown Lake is 30 miles long; is the largest lake in Pennsylvania and the largest manmade lake east of the Mississippi River.
We have a general store. We carry the necessary camping food items, as well as ice cream novelties, camping accessories, ice, batteries, wood, t-shirts and sweatshirts.
The campground has Verizon cell service. There are hotspots in the campground. The office has a courtesy phone available for your use.
We offer a swimming pool with 14 deck chairs and a pergola.
We have a game room and outdoor games. We have DVDs and library books that you can check out. We also have a play structure for the children and a dog play yard for your pets. Bicycles may be ridden if you bring your helmet and safety gear.
Yes. A licensed driver must be driving the cart. No children or unlicensed drivers may drive the cart. If it is seen that the cart is not following the rules, it will not be allowed to be driven in the campground. In other words, we do not allow any horsing around on the carts. All golf carts must show proof of insurance before they can be used in the campground.
No, our campground regulations state that there is one camper or tent per site.