Holiday Pines Campground

Campers looking for a quiet place to park their RV rental in central Pennsylvania should consider Holiday Pines Campground. In the wilderness just outside the city of Loganton, Holiday Pines provides campers with lots of on-site entertainment, with a swimming pool and playground for kids. There are also some fun games around the camp, including a mini-golf course, volleyball courts, and much more. Bring your pet along to this pet-friendly campground, and enjoy exploring the area with your pup by your side.Camping at Holiday Pines Campground is a peaceful and comfortable experience. There are roughly 80 gravel sites, the majority of which offer full hookups that support 30/50 amp service. Pull-through and back-in sites are available, and campsites even come with some added extras such as a fire ring. Some basic amenities are also provided to campers, including restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.Loganton campers will love discovering Pennsylvania's historic cities and breathtaking landscape. Due to Holiday Pines' central location, campers will be well-positioned to visit some of the state's best-known cities, including Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, and the capital Harrisburg. As for nearby nature, the campground borders several forests and game reserves, making this the ideal spot for outdoor enthusiasts.

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The Great Outdoors

While camping at Holiday Pines Campground, you'll have easy access to many nearby state forests. Just 20 minutes' drive from the campground is Raymond B. Winter State Park. Part of the Bald Eagle State Forest, this park covers nearly 700 acres of rugged terrain and dense forests. In the center of the park is Halfway Lake, which is perfect for a variety of watersports. The lake features a 300-foot sandy beach, which is excellent for swimming, and fishing is also popular here, with common catches that include rainbow, brown, and brook trout. If you want to see more of the park's woodlands, there are over six miles of trails, which can be challenging due to the park's rocky landscape. While on your walk, take part in birding, with ruby-throated hummingbirds, goldfinches, and Chipping sparrows inhabiting the region.Another popular state park not far from the campground is Susquehanna State Park. This small state park covers 20 acres of woodlands along the west branch of the Susquehanna River. The park is ideal for a gentle stroll or a picnic, and there are several reservable picnic tables if you want to enjoy a riverside lunch. During your walk around the park, keep an eye out for local birds, including migratory waterfowl. The river is also excellent for boating and fishing, and anglers can expect to find panfish, catfish, and smallmouth bass in these waters.If you're looking to experience one of Pennsylvania's most beautiful parks, plan a trip to Ricketts Glen State Park. This vast park covers roughly 13,000 acres of woodlands, rocky cliffs, and breathtaking waterfalls. Hikers will love exploring the 26 miles of trails at the park, which lead past many of the park's 22 named waterfalls, including the 94-foot-tall Ganoga Falls. The park also features the 245-acre Lake Jean, which is ideal for a range of watersports, including boating and swimming. The park has a 600-foot swimming beach and two boat launches for easy access to the water. Fishing is another favorite pastime, and anglers will find panfish and trout lurking in these waters.

Exploring the City

When you camp in an RV at Holiday Pines Campground, you'll have access to some of the best cities in Pennsylvania. Scranton is one of the closest major cities, and this classic American city has a range of unique and fun activities to enjoy. The Lackawanna Coal Mine is one of the most interesting attractions in Scranton, and this once-abandoned mine shaft is now open to the public. Visitors will get to explore 300 feet below the ground, see the conditions coal miners used to be subjected to, and see many artifacts relating the coal mining. This coal mine is the ideal destination for a hot summer's day, as the temperature below the surface stays at a cool 53 degrees Fahrenheit.Alternatively, you may want to explore the nearby state capital, Harrisburg. The city is full of history and some of Pennsylvania's best museums, including The State Museum of Pennsylvania. This museum contains one of the widest arrays of artifacts and exhibits in the state, with nearly five million artifacts in its collection. Highlights from the museum include a near-complete mastodon skeleton, Native American relics dating back hundreds of years, and a collection fo 350 objects detailing how Pennsylvania influenced the development of the country.Harrisburg is also home to the well-respected Susquehanna Art Museum. This museum hosts many yearly exhibits highlighting both local and international artists, including works by some of the art world's best-known artists as well as up and coming names. If you want to test your artistic side, consider taking part in one of the museum's many art classes.

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