Linda Z.

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We stayed for 3 nights in a tent. Only distraction I can really comment on is the noise from I-80, but after the first night you really get used to it. Our campsite T35 was located right across from the restroom/showers, tucked back in the woods. Very quiet. Pool was great. They offer a hay ride every night and a free movie in the pavilion. Lots of activities for the kids. I noticed 2 different play areas, one with swings etc, the other with volleyball net, badminton net, horseshoe pits (2), tether ball, a basketball hoop. On the weekends (Fri through Sun) there is a small cafe located in the pavilion open for dinner and breakfast. The office and general store is well stocked. We enjoyed exploring Penn's Cave, Woodward Cave, Bald eagle state park, downtown Bellefonte and on our way home we even showed Penn State University to our son. Great place to camp. Staff very friendly and helpful. I would definitely stay here again.

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Small, quiet place to pitch a tent. Free movie for kids, nice lake to fish. Small play area for kids. Swimming allowed in lake but no pool.