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Surrounded by a mixed forest of lovely sugar maple, fragrant black birch, beautiful tulip tree, and deciduous hickories, Fowlers Hollow State Park is a rugged woodland escape. Close to the metropolitan Newport, and just minutes away from the legendary Tuscarora State Forest, the park offers breathtaking hiking trails, boundless fishing opportunities, exciting mountain biking, and more!
Once home to the logging operations of Perry Lumber Company in 1901, the land was sold to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1907. About 20 years later, a group of local men through the Works Progress Administration built most of the facilities inside the park, creating the clean and enjoyable park you can benefit from today. Comfortably situated inside one of Pennsylvania’s favorite little spots, fill your days hiking the rich forests and camping with an RV under the stars.
With the expansive Tuscarora State Forest right in your backyard, it's no wonder that Blain campers travel from all over the world just to hike these trails. Start out easy with the Big Roundtop Trail, where you can discover ancient stone walls, mystical low-lying fog, and bright green mossy paths. Or, don your favorite hiking pants for the popular five-mile-long Tuscarora Trail Loop. Available year-round for numerous outdoor activities, clear your head and energize your soul with walks through cozy woodlands and restful picnic lunches on a hike above a panoramic view of the countryside.
After a morning of hiking, unwind to the sound of a trickling stream while trout fishing at Fowler Hollow Run. Immersed in nature, with a fishing rod in one hand, you'll discover freedom on a whole new level. With the fresh scent of the great outdoors clearing your head and the peaceful setting of the sweeping forest and the clear stream, take time to relax. Far away from modern distractions and the day-to-day routine, catch that award-winning fish and have fun doing it!
If you find yourself camping at Fowlers Hollow State Park in the wintry months, snowmobiling and skiing is a must. With over 100 miles of trails begging to be driven, grab a special snowmobile map to get started. Slip on your ski goggles and warm gloves for an exciting ride through Pennsylvania trails. Or, grab your skis for 11 miles of trails and railroad grades through a winter wonderland of sparkling snow and draping evergreen boughs.
Bring your rental motorhome on over to Fowlers Hollow State Park campground, where you can choose from back-in sites accommodating rigs up to 50 feet long. The campground offers 18 campsites, some of which are ADA accessible, and all of which are pet-friendly. Settled comfortably in the forest, each campsite has easy access to the park’s nature trails. Extra benefits include fire rings, picnic tables, and a playground for family fun.
Twelve of the park’s campsites provide electric hookups, and although there aren’t any sewer or water hookups, the park opts for environmentally friendly alternatives. Resources such as the nearby recycling station, flush toilets, and sanitation dumping station all work together to keep the park clean.
Under an hour’s drive away from Fowlers Hollow State Park, art enthusiasts and antique lovers will find a wealth of treasures in scenic Duncannon. Stop by the town's antique flea market to dive into the three floors of historical collections, or head over to Old Sled Works for some authentic '60s flavor. For the history buffs in the family, take the trip to Carlisle's United States Army Heritage and Education Center, which is also under an hour away. Have fun exploring the center’s plentiful historical collections, which include 52 series of U.S. Army publications, over 400,00 books, personal papers of famous U.S. historical figures, over 1,000 officer oral histories, artifacts totaling 70,000 objects, and much more!
Once you’ve had your fill of local town interests, head back to Blain for some hot comfort food, or swap fun vacation stories over frothing cups of hot chocolate at a diner or café. Find your rental RV running low on gas and groceries? Grocery stores are readily available near the campground, and the closest gas station is just a twenty-minutes’ drive away. With a fully stocked fridge and a tank filled with gas and the Tuscarora State Forest just a minute’s walk away, the world is your oyster. Book an RV in Perry County today to get a head start on your next family vacation.