Pennsylvania April 01, 2017
This Might Just Be The Most Beautiful Campground In All Of Pennsylvania
Retreat to the edge of the forest where you’ll be surrounded by majestic trees, Pennsylvania wildlife, and the beauty of nature. Whether you need to escape the daily grind in the dead of winter or on the threshold of summer, you’ll quickly discover this spectacular campground in Pennsylvania – perhaps the state’s most beautiful – promises plenty of excitement in a serene setting.
Relax in the wilderness when you visit Campers Paradise, a picturesque campground near Cook's Forest.
Start your adventure at the Outpost, where you'll register for your stay. The Outpost, however, is a central point for campers, offering groceries, snacks, necessities, fishing licenses, and souvenirs.
Embrace an old-fashioned camping experience by pitching a tent and building a fire among the towering trees or...
Rent one of the cozy cabins that sport such names as Pap's Cabin, the Kodiak Cabin, the Dakota Cabin, and the Big Sky Cabin. Perhaps you'd like to be a tad more adventurous. In that case...
Reserve the teepee, conveniently located in the camp's Wild West Territory. The spacious teepee sleeps up to 10 campers in bunk beds and features a fire ring and picnic table outside.
Imagine pioneer life by bunking in the covered wagon. A maximum of eight campers can sleep in the covered wagon, which also features a fire ring and a picnic table. Campers in both the teepee and the covered wagon, however, must use the main campground bathrooms.
Let the kids sleep in their own miniature cabin, brought directly to your campsite, for an unforgettable time.
Park in one of the wooded areas reserved especially for RVs. Campers will have access to a spacious bathhouse with hot showers and flush toilets.
Bring your sense of adventure with you to Campers Paradise because you'll find plenty to do. Lounge in the shimmering pool during the summer months.
Play in an impromptu game of volleyball or...
Shoot hoops. Campers Paradise also features a life-size checkerboard, Yardzee, and a croquet board and boasts such weekend activities as bingo, movies, crafts, and pedal car rentals.
Sit back and relax as the kids while away the hours at the shaded playground and...
Enjoy a picnic lunch or dinner among the trees. Make your own meal or, on the weekends, stop by the Cabin Cafe for pizza, ice cream, and other goodies.
Don't forget to stop by the Outpost before you check out to stock up on souvenirs to commemorate your visit to Campers Paradise, which welcomes campers all year around.
37 Steele Drive
Sigel, PA 15860
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