Considering that there is plenty to choose from for tubing in Pennsylvania, no matter the scorching temperatures and humidity that await us in the summer, we have plenty to be excited about. The Keystone State is a virtual playground when it comes to things to do in Pennsylvania in the summer and ways to stay cool. Here, you can combine an unforgettable tubing adventure and a summer camping getaway. Visit one of Pennsylvania’s campgrounds with tubing this summer.

Check out this delightful birds-eye view of the River Campground in this fun video:

What are your favorite campgrounds with tubing in Pennsylvania? Tell us about it in the comments! Don’t have time to get away for a camping adventure? Then instead spend a day tubing in Pennsylvania on a lazy river.

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Which hikes in Pennsylvania are short and sweet?

Of course, a long day out hiking is rewarding, but sometimes you just don’t have the time (or energy!) for a full day. Luckily, Pennsylvania has a ton of great short and sweet hikes that won’t clog up your whole day. At Bald Eagle State Park in Howard, you can take the 1.9-mile Butterfly Trail, a loop that features a pond and plenty of flora that butterflies love to hang around. Jewett’s Kinzua Bridge State Park is also great for a quick walk. Here, you can walk the former railroad viaduct that was converted into a pedestrian walkway in 2009. Known as Kinzua Skywalk, it’s only two miles long and from 225 feet up, you’ll get stunning views of the surrounding landscape. It’s one of the most enjoyable things to do in Pennsylvania in the summer.

What are the most beautiful lakes in Pennsylvania?

Although you’ll find some of the best floats in Pennsylvania, the Keystone State is also not short on lakes, with an impressive 2,500 scattered throughout. Some of the most spectacular include those in the Pocono Mountains of northeast Pennsylvania. Lake Wallenpaupack is 5,700 acres with 52 miles of shoreline and four public beaches. Here, you can boat, fish, swim or explore the many surrounding trails. Outside of the Poconos, there is the 8,000-acre Raystown Lake in Huntingdon County. It’s thought to be the clearest lake in the state and offers swimming two public beaches and boating opportunities. You can also camp along the lake or take a ride on the Proud Mary Showboat.

What are the best waterparks in Pennsylvania?

Home to nearly 50 waterparks, there are few that really stand out and make for great things to do in Pennsylvania in the summer. You might know Hersheypark outside of Harrisburg for its rollercoasters and abundance of delicious chocolate, but if you are looking to cool off, it’s also a great spot to visit. There are 16 water attractions, a wave pool, tube rides, and a splash pad. In Allentown, there is Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom. Here, you’ll find 36 waterslides and a colossal wave pool. And check out Aquablast, one of the world’s longest elevated water slides.

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