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Pennsylvania RV Camping and Campgrounds

RV camping locations can be found throughout Pennsylvania. From scenic lake shores and historic parks, to remote mountain and forest locations, there is a great RV camping location waiting for you in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania Private RV Parks

  • Private RV Parks - Research tools for finding the best RV parks and campgrounds in Pennsylvania.

Federal RV Camping Information

  • National Park Service - Information for Pennsylvania. There are no campgrounds run by the NPS in Pennsylvania and this link is provided for those wanting to know where National Park Service administered areas are located.
  • USDA Forest Service - US Forest Service information about RV camping and other recreation opportunities in the Allegheny National Forest in Pennsylvania.
  • US Army Corps of Engineers - USACE/COE information about water projects and camping in Pennsylvania.

State RV Camping Information

RV Dumps Stations In Pennsylvania

  • Sanidumps.com - RV dump locations listed alphabetically by town name.
  • RVdumps.com - Places to dump your RV in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania Public Campgrounds

Thousands of campsites are available for RV camping at public campgrounds throughout Pennsylvania. The following list of is only an example of the available public RV camping opportunities in Pennsylvania.

BELLVILLE Bellville RV Camping Location Map
Forty-four campsites at have either 30 or 50 amp electric hookups await you at Greenwood Furnace State Park. A washhouse has flush toilets, hot showers and dishwashing sinks. Pets are permitted at designated campsites. Very interesting history of an old ironworking community.

GREEN LANE Green Lane RVCamping Location Map
Great RV camping is available at Green Lane Park. The Deep Creek Lake area offers overnight campsites for family camping with many recreational facilities such as two tennis courts, and two playgrounds.

HOLTWOOD Holtwood RV Camping Location Map
Owned and operated by Exelon Corporation, Muddy Run Recreation Park offers 189 sites - 148 trailer sites with electric and water hookups available and 38 tent sites and 3 primitive group sites. Each site has a picnic table, a charcoal grill, a fire ring, and paved parking pads.

MONTROSE Montrose RV Camping Location Map
Salt Springs State Park offers rustic RV camping facilities in northeastern Pennsylvania. The park offers towering old growth hemlock trees, many estimated to be over 300 years old, and the rocky gorge cut by Fall Brook with its three waterfalls.

REDBANK Redbank RV Camping Location Map
Redbank Valley Municipal Park - Activities for the whole family including tent and RV camping, electric water and sewage hookups, modern facilities with showers, playground, roller skating rink, tennis courts, ball fields, horseshoe pit, and picnic shelters. Seasonal RV camping available.

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Federal Public Land
RV Camping Information

USFS (US Forest Service) - Describes USFS policies and rules about RV camping. Information about dispersed camping, and tips on how to find great free RV camping sites.

NPS (National Park Service) - General information about RV camping and campgrounds in US National Parks. With campgrounds in the most historic and scenic places in the country, the NPS offers some of the best places for RV camping.

USACE/COE (US Army Corp of Engineers) - USACE (perhaps better know as COE) manages water recreation areas throughout the USA. Information about finding USACE lakes, RV camping possibilities, and rules and policies for use of these water based recreation areas is included.

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RV Camping Ideas In Pennsylvania

Here's a list of places to consider when looking for a free overnight RV camping or parking location in Pennsylvania. We always recommend asking for overnight RV parking permission when looking for a free spot to spend the night. The smaller your RV, the better chances you will have finding places to stay if you choose not to ask permission. If you don't ask permission, you end up "sneaking" into places and hoping nobody bothers you or issues you a trespassing ticket before you move on.

Be smart and Be Safe...Ask Permission.

  • Truck Stops - Asking permission is usually not a requirement Be considerate of the big rigs!
  • Walmart - Not all stores allow overnight RV parking in Pennsylvania due to city ordinances. Check store for policy.
  • Nightclubs - Had one too many or just pretending?
  • Grain Elevators - Ask where you can park your RV out of the way for the night.
  • Fraternal Organizations - VFW, Elks etc. may allow members free overnight RV camping.
  • Cemetery - Sounds creepy to us, but we've also heard they may have water available.
  • Fairgrounds - State and County facilities may allow RV camping when not otherwise in use.
  • Parks - City, County, State, and Community parks often have free RV camping.
  • Churches - You can almost make "reservations" by calling ahead for permission.
  • Hotel Parking Lots - Assuming a nightclub/bar is inside, had one too many or just pretending?
  • Truck Terminals - Parking areas for large trucks might allow you free RV camping permission.
  • RV Dealers - Pretty brave to us, but you could fit right in.
  • Cracker Barrel - These nationwide restaurants usually allow free overnight RV parking.
  • Movie Theaters - Too tired to drive home after the late show?
  • Highway Rest Areas - All rest areas allow a few hours of free RV parking, but noisy.
  • Drive In Movies - Got a small RV, park in the back row and enjoy the show. Fell asleep by accident right?
  • Vehicle Repair Shops - Need to see the repairman first thing in the morning?
  • Big Box Retailers - Kmart, Best Buy, Sams Club often allow free RV camping.
  • Roadside Parks & Picnic Areas - The early day version of the rest area.

As you can see, there are a lot of free RV camping and parking possibilities in Pennsylvania. If you are not asking permission, it's best to keep a very low profile. If your RV has slide outs, jacks and TV antennas, don't use them so as not to draw attention to yourself. Consider your surroundings carefully and if you feel uncomfortable with the area, move somewhere else.