We just had a great weekend at this state park. Because we don't yet have a tow vehicle, we couldn't take our little Scotty. We stayed in a cabin by the lake, instead, and it was great for our purposes (talking, walking, cooking, cleaning up, listening to the radio [with an aluminum-foil-constructed antenna:)), observing the wildlife, etc.,). We DID check out the campgrounds, however. There are about 400 sites; many with 30- and 50-amp connections. Some face the lake! The camping fees are relatively low, there is no WiFi, and the closest fast-food restaurant is 20 miles away. These are positives for us. (mostly Other positives: It's a habitat for black bears (a lot), bald eagles (some and growing), golden eagles (a lot), and other creatures in abundance: ducks, hawks, ospreys, other fishing birds, beavers, and a variety of fish. Come and see us in PA, Lou www.dcnr.state.pa.us/Calendar/list.asp?intDivisionID=3
Last Edit: Apr 15, 2012 18:34:47 GMT -5 by mamasherb
I'll be heading that way, to Southeastern Ohio and West Virginia, at least, to see all my family - and my best friend is leaving Florida this week to head back to State College in her Class B moho. I do miss those Appalachian/Allegheny Mountains. Heaven!