Jellystone Park Camp-Resort May Just Be The Disneyland Of Pennsylvania Campgrounds

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Camping’s certainly come a long way in recent years. While we can still pitch a tent in a secluded slice of the wilderness, we also have quite a few campgrounds with a ton of amenities from which to choose if we yearn for something more than the quiet of nature. Jellystone Park in Pennsylvania, for example, offers a picture-perfect backdrop whether you want to pitch a tent, park your RV, or rent a charming cabin. However, that’s just the beginning of all that awaits at the Disneyland of Pennsylvania.

Have you been to Jellystone Park, the Disneyland of Pennsylvania? What did you think? Share your experience in the comments! Yearning for a tropical getaway but just don’t have the time or the funds? Escape to Silver Birches in Hawley for a one-of-a-kind getaway.

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Address: Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort: Quarryville, PA, 340 Blackburn Rd, Quarryville, PA 17566, USA
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Camping in Pennsylvania

April 19, 2023

Where else can I go camping in Pennsylvania?

You don’t have to wait until summer to go camping in Pennsylvania. Did you know there are several state parks in Pennsylvania that offer camping all year round?

  • Keystone State Park in Derry promises a relaxing getaway in every season. Book a cabin; stay in a yurt, or park your RV at this Western Pennsylvania campground that features such activities as hiking, swimming, and ice skating.
  • Black Moshannon State Park in Philipsburg is perfect whether you want a rustic experience in a tent or prefer the comfort of a cabin. From hiking and horseback riding to snowmobiling and cross-country skiing, the Pennsylvania state park promises fun all year long.
  • Bald Eagle State Park in Howard offers traditional camping options, or you can check into the Nature Inn at Bald Eagle. The lodge offers cozy accommodations right in the Pennsylvania state park.