Pennsylvania April 11, 2017
The Secluded Glampground In Pennsylvania That Will Take You A Million Miles Away From It All
Snuggled in the heart of Huntingdon County, Lake Raystown beckons countless visitors each year. Some seek the serenity of being surrounded by nature. Others simply want to get away from life’s every day stresses. For whatever reason Lake Raystown calls out to you, you’ll discover Pennsylvania’s most secluded glampground promises an unforgettable experience.
Leave your worries behind when you arrive at Lake Raystown Resort, a secluded glampground that adds a bit of luxury to your typical camping experience.
Book the lone cozy yurt, just steps from the Walnut Bathhouse, which boasts amenities you won't find with traditional tent camping, including...
A wooden floor, climate control, picturesque windows, a comfortable bed, and bunk beds. Lie on your bed and gaze at the stars through the skylight at the top of your yurt or...
Sit back on the secluded front porch, hugged by trees, and stargaze. Or, if you prefer something even more unique, opt to...
Meander down Lake Raystown aboard the rental houseboat. Bring nine of your closest friends as the houseboat's four bedrooms sleep 10, and offers two full bathrooms, a kitchen, a dining room, a living room, and air conditioning.
Sleep lakeside in one of the pine cabins, which sleep up to six people, and feature a range of amenities, including a bathroom, a bedroom, a kitchen, and cable TV. The campground also offers villas, cottages, bungalows and rooms in the lodge, or...
Park your RV among the trees. Whichever glamping option you choose, you'll discover plenty to do at Lake Raystown Resort.
Stroll along the marina where you can rent a pontoon boat, a fishing boat, or a canoe.
Enjoy a day on or in the lake. If you prefer not to swim in the lake, head to the lake's Wildriver Waterpark to...
Run through the sprinklers and...
Zip down waterslides. Lake Raystown Resort offers a full menu of other amenities, too, including an arcade and game room, a playground, fire pits, and hiking trails.
Stop by one of the camp's convenience stores to pick up necessities or to purchase souvenirs to commemorate your glamping experience.
Cook your own meals or visit one of the resort's restaurants like the Marina Cafe (pictured below). Enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner at the cafe that serves traditional American dishes.
Lake Raystown Resort welcomes guests from April 14 to November 5, 2017. Reservations must be made and paid in full in advance.
Lake Raystown Resort
3101 Chipmunk Crossing
Entriken, PA 16638
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