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Kentuck Campgrounds

Ohiopyle State Park

Laurell Highlands, Pennsylvania

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  • Beautiful fall colors from the campsite.- Kentuck Campgrounds
  • A look at the walk-in campsite at Kentuck Campground.- Kentuck Campgrounds
  • Here is another view from the campsite.- Kentuck Campgrounds
  • The walk-in campsite.- Kentuck Campgrounds
  • The path to the campsite.- Kentuck Campgrounds
  • The parking lot for cars for the walk-in campsite.- Kentuck Campgrounds
  • One of the roads around the campsite.- Kentuck Campgrounds
  • In Ohiopyle town.- Kentuck Campgrounds
  • Walking bridge in Ohiopyle.- Kentuck Campgrounds
  • The town of Ohiopyle from the walking bridge.- Kentuck Campgrounds
  • The walking bridge.- Kentuck Campgrounds
  • This is a view from the walking bridge in the town of Ohiopyle.- Kentuck Campgrounds
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Many sites. Close to hiking trails. A lot of tree coverage.
Cons: 
Not enough bathrooms. A bit confusing to find some campsites.
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Region:
Laurell Highlands, PA
Managed by: 
Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Price per night (basic site): 
15.00 $ (12.59 €)
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Reservations possible: 
Yes
Current Local Weather:
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Kentuck Campground in Ohiopyle State Park, Pennsylvania, is conveniently situated near hiking trails, natural water slides, and whitewater river rafting. In addition, Ohiopyle Town is an adorable small town with a very laidback vibe.   

The campground is easy to find; make sure to pull off the side of the road at the entrance in order to pick up your car permit and campsite marker. Based on what type of site you reserved (RV with or without electric, cottage, yurt, drive-up tent site, or walk-in tent site), you will head to different areas of the relatively large campground. The roads are a bit confusing, but there are decent markers describing which side road to take for the respective site.  

The walk-in tent campsites seemed very private; sound generally doesn't travel to neighboring campsites. The tree coverage surrounding the campsite is enough, especially in the fall with beautiful colors.

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