Deer Meadow Campground

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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Are you looking for a secluded spot to park your RV rental in northwestern Pennsylvania? Consider camping at Deer Meadow Campground. In one of the biggest woodland areas in the state just outside the small city of Cooksburg, Deer Meadow Campground will provide campers looking to escape the big city with some much-needed solitude. While enjoying the peace and quiet, take advantage of the campground's fun amenities, including two playgrounds, a heated swimming pool, and outdoor games such as basketball. Pets are welcome at this pet-friendly campground near Cooksburg, and campers will have access to free WiFi.

Camping at Deer Meadow Campground may be isolated, but you'll have everything you need for a great vacation. There are over 100 campsites for use, which come with either full hookups or water and electric only. Big rigs are welcome, with back in and pull-through sites available for easy parking. Campers will also have access to basic amenities, including laundry facilities and storage.

Cooksburg campers staying at Deer Meadow Campground will have lots of stunning natural areas to explore, while not being too far from some of the best cities in Pennsylvania. Campers will find themselves surrounded by woodlands, including the Allegheny National Forest, which contains several parks and some stunning scenery. If you want to discover some nearby communities, the cities of Pittsburgh and Erie are less than two hours' drive away and offer everything from classy restaurants to exciting theme parks.

The Great Outdoors

Cooksburg campers will no doubt want to explore the state park next door, Cook Forest State Park. This vast park contains over 8,500 acres of dense forest along the Clarion River. With so much available space in this park, it's ideal for a reflective stroll with over 45 miles of trails to explore. During your hike, be on the lookout for local wildlife, which includes black bears, great blue herons, and porcupines. The Clarion River is also excellent for fishing, and anglers can catch trout and panfish in these waters. If you packed a picnic, you could enjoy a bite to eat at one of the park's riverside picnic tables.

If you're looking for a park with breathtaking views, consider stopping at Kinzua Bridge State Park. This park is unique as it features the Kinzua Viaduct, a now disused railroad bridge that stood at over 300 feet high. Partially destroyed, the bridge has now been renovated into a public walkway. Hikers can traverse part of the viaduct, which affords impressive views of the Kinzua Gorge below. Kinzua Bridge State Park is also an excellent place for spotting local wildlife thanks to its hilly terrain, and common sights at the park include porcupines, bobcats, snowshoe hares, and much more.

While enjoying your campervan rental near Cooksburg, you may want to branch out and see Lake Erie. Presque Isle State Park is one of the best ways to experience the lake and consists of a 3,000-acre peninsula overlooking Lake Erie and Presque Isle Bay. This park features some of the best freshwater beaches in the country, making it a popular spot for swimming. Fishing is another favorite pastime, and common catches include trout, bass, and walleye. If you want to explore some of the woodlands around the park, there are 11 miles of trails to explore, which lead past some of the park's best scenery.

Exploring the City

While camping in an RV in northwestern Pennsylvania, get out and see some of the region's bustling cities. Pittsburgh is one of the state's premier cities and contains some unique and fun attractions. The Andy Warhol Museum is a popular attraction; this massive seven-floor institution is the biggest museum dedicated to a single artist in the country. There are thousands of pieces of art on display, from Warhol's installations to photographs and paintings. As well as seeing some of Warhol's most famous works, visitors can try out some of his painting techniques and even print their designs on a t-shirt or tote bag.

Another popular attraction in Pittsburgh is the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Garden. These beautiful gardens have been painstakingly laid out, with thousands of plants from around the world featured in the garden's collection. As well as many beautiful plants, visitors will love exploring the ornate Victorian conservatory, filled with exotic plants split into 14 unique gardens.

If you're looking for some family fun in Pittsburgh, consider a trip to the Pittsburgh Zoo. This zoo and aquarium contain nearly 500 different species from across the globe, including some rare and intriguing animals such as African elephants, Komodo dragons, and polar bears. The zoo also offers several experiences, including animal encounters and ziplining.

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