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Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by theonlytina, Apr 22, 2017.
Looking for feedback please
It's absolutely beautiful. Bring what you will need. It really is in the middle of nowhere. Prepare to loose a cell signal miles before you get to the park. Stores - we didn't look for any, nor did we see any.
The campground is pretty nice and the shower house was about average for a PA campground. According to DW, the park water was ok for general drinking but made horrible coffee. I grew up on a well that was iron heavy so I don't really care about water taste (DW makes the call on the water quality).
The creek is beautiful but bring water shoes if you plan to wade in it. The river rocks are very slippery.
It's very mountainous so plan your activities accordingly. There is no lake or pool.
It is bear country but we didn't see any. The trash containers in the park are bear resistant. In camp or on a trail, what you carry and how you prepare for bear is up to you. Remember, you're in PA...
We stay at Pettecote Junction every year with a group of friends. We have been going there for 22 years now. It's a great campground, and the primitive sites are all right on Pine Creek. It's such a great spot.