We are very excited to be able to offer so many different camping options to people in such a beautiful area of Pennsylvania!! We have compiled a list of area attractions such as restaurants and activities for you. The Pine Creek Valley is one of the most beautiful mountain areas you will find in Pennsylvania and we are proud to share it with you for your vacation needs!! There is an updated list of area activities in our office for your information. We do hope you will stop in and say hello to us if you are in the area and we will be proud to show you around our campground and answer any questions you may have.

Little Pine State Park

This park is located directly across the street from our campground. It is a 2100 acre park with a 94 acre lake for fishing, swimming, canoeing, ice fishing and ice skating. It also has picnic areas and pavilions, volleyball courts, a basketball court, a bike course for kids to ride bicycles on a small dirt track, boat rentals (paddle boats, canoes, and rowboats), a shooting range for guns and bows and miles of marked hiking trails. The park has a variety of programs that it does over the seasons from lectures series to kids programs. We have updated lists of their programs in our office for your information.

Pine Creek Rail Trail

A magnificent trail that winds along the Big Pine Creek with over 60 scenic miles for biking, hiking or cross country skiing. You can access the trail just 3 miles from our campground and if you really feel up to it it’s a fun ride on Little Pine Creek Road to get to the trail – but you better have your legs ready – some of the hills are pretty challenging!!

Little Pine Creek/Big Pine Creek

The Big and Little Pine Creeks are stocked trout streams located close to our resort. Little Pine is located directly across the street from our resort and feeds into the lake at the Little Pine State park then empties into the Big Pine Creek 4 miles downstream in the town of Waterville. When the water is high enough both creeks are fun for kayaking, canoeing, and tubing. Here is a link you can check to see the water levels on the Big Pine Creek in the town of Cedar Run – this is a good gauge to check to see if the water is high enough for the activity you want to do http://newweb.erh.noaa.gov/images/ahps2/hydrographs/cedp1_hg.png


It is 25 miles to the city of Williamsport. Along with many fine restaurants there are seasonal tours and shows. The city is most famous for being the home of the Little League World Series. Every August crowds gather from all over the world to witness the games of the World Series for Little League Baseball. In winter you can go on a tour called Victorian Christmas which is a house tour through some of the beautiful homes and churches located in Millionaires Row and decorated for Christmas. You can take ride on a paddle boat called the Hiawatha Riverboat cruises or go watch the Crosscutters which is Williamsport own minor league baseball team. Also the Lycoming Mall is only a few miles from Williamsport.


Located 40 miles from our campground is the historic town of Wellsboro known for its old gas light street lamps that line the main streets. The Pa Grand Canyon is a few miles outside of town. Or you can visit the Animal Land Zoo or go on a family scenic train ride on the Tioga Central RR. There are many fine restaurants to pick from and seasonal events such as the Laurel Festival in June or the Dickens Christmas in December. There are also bike races and a 10K race along with parades, and many nice gift shops.


The town of Woolrich is 20 miles from the campground. The Woolrich woolen mills are the oldest operational textile mill in the country. In town you can shop at the Woolrich outlet store for clothing, household and gift items.

Lock Haven

Located 25 miles from the campground you will find many fun things to do like the free concert series all summer at the J. Doyle Corman Amphitheater and floating stage. There are arts and craft shows, an Airfest, and a Labor Day Regatta with outboard motorboat racing and amusement rides just to name a few. There is the local Millbrook Playhouse that puts on shows and many local restaurants to choose from. You can visit the Piper Museum and there is an Antique Mall along with other shops.

Local Attractions & Activities

For more detailed information about the Pine Creek Valley and all it has to offer click on this link and you will find the local news on what is going on in the valley!!

If you are looking for property to buy in the area check out these excellent resources.

Davis Real Estate, Inc.

Call: 570-748-8550 and speak with Lisa Lynn

Fish/GMAC Real Estate

Call: 570-326-1561 and speak with Jim McLane

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