Pennsylvania March 09, 2017
The Sapphire Lake In Pennsylvania That’s Devastatingly Gorgeous
Pennsylvanians certainly have no shortage of breathtakingly beautiful lakes – both natural and man made – to visit all year around. Curwensville Lake in Pennsylvania, a lake that’s perfect for families and individuals, boasts some of the bluest water in the state. Look a bit beyond the devastatingly gorgeous sapphire water and you’ll also discover an outdoor lovers’ oasis.
A golden sun begins to rise above Curwensville Lake, an idyllic destination for swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, picnicking, and camping.
Discover nature's perfection as the sun's awakened rays shine down on the shimmering blue Curwensville Lake.
Jump into the lake from the sandy beach or grab a bench, some shaded by towering trees, and simply enjoy watching all of the activity on the sapphire water.
Curwensville Lake provides the perfect setting for wake boarding, boating, paddle boarding, and kayaking.
Rent a paddle boat at Curwensville Lake for two, four, or eight hours. Or, take your own boat on the water that boasts "no horsepower restrictions."
Glance back at the shimmering water before heading to the canopy of trees that hides a colorful playground. The recreation area offers six play structures for kids of all ages.
Lead your dog to the fenced in dog park that boasts separate sections for small and large dogs. Each section features a hydrant, waste cans, shade, and a bench for you to relax while your dog plays. (Dogs are not allowed on the sand beach.)
Treat yourself to even more breathtaking beauty - as the sun sets behind the blue water of Curwensville Lake - by pitching a tent near the water or parking your RV for a night of camping. Curwensville Lake offers 52 electric RV sites and three primitive camping sites.
Indulge in a cozy camping experience by renting one of the three picturesque cabins that promise electric heat, a microwave and mini fridge, and an electric hot plate. One cabin sleeps four campers while the other two accommodate up to six people.
Cap off a magical day with a Western Pennsylvanian sunset. Watch as brush strokes of pastel colors paint the sky as the sun slowly sets behind Curwensville Lake.
PO Box 87
1256 Lake Drive
Curwensville, PA 16833
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