Kalyumet Campground is located in the northwest region of Pennsylvania, about a 90-minute drive north of Pittsburgh. It is easy to access and it's within walking distance of the Clarion River, Toby Creek, and the Engle Run stream. The campground is perfect for nature lovers and travelers who enjoy outdoor recreation. Surrounded by tall trees and beautiful nature, it's an ideal escape from the busy city life.The campsites at Kalyumet Campground have full hookups with big rig and pull-through access, and there are also tent camping sites. The campsites are shaded, with picnic tables and fire rings. This kid-friendly RV campground has a well-maintained playground, sports courts, a lot of open space for playing, outdoor laser tag, and a swimming pool. Additional amenities include clean restrooms and showers, a camp store with supplies like propane and firewood, a game room, and a group pavilion and banquet hall for large events and activities.Kalyumet Campground hosts a lot of family-oriented activities, including Friday night pizza and Saturday night popcorn. Children will love the wagon rides and fire truck rides. While camping at Kalyumet Campground, you can rent a bike, take a hike or a walk on a scenic walking path, play mini-golf, enjoy planned activities, and more. Pets are also welcome here, so your pup can come along for the rental RV ride too.

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The Great Outdoors

Cook Forest State Park is only about ten minutes' drive away from Kalyumet Campground, and you can enjoy this beautiful natural area while RV camping in Clarion County. This wonderful park consists of 8,500 acres of forest and over 3,000 acres of river lands, with an amazing variety of plant and animal life, including black bears. There are about 13 miles of the Clarion River passing through the forest, and while you're here, you can enjoy kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and fishing. If you like scenic views, you can hike to Seneca Point Overlook or climb Historic Fire Tower Number 9.State Game Lands Number 283 is one of the closest game lands to the campground. This natural area is heavily wooded, with hunting and trapping opportunities and many different resident game species. Within the 3,000 acres of land, there are several roads and hiking trails you can follow. Animals you can hunt here include black bears, deer, turkeys, coyotes, foxes, and raccoons. Other recreational opportunities here are hiking, bird watching, and wildlife watching.Allegheny National Forest is Pennsylvania's only national forest. The forest offers many recreational opportunities year-round and attracts millions of visitors annually. Here you can enjoy hiking, ATV riding, camping, snowmobiling, hunting, and so much more. At the Allegheny Reservoir, you can go boating, fishing, swimming, and relaxing on the beach. The most common fish species found here are musky, pike, and walleye. Other activities to enjoy in this lush wilderness include horseback riding, geocaching, and letterboxing.

Exploring the City

If you want to learn more about the history and development of the area, Clarion County Historical Society in Clarion is the right place to visit. Exhibits here highlight residents' unique stories, historic artifacts, photographs, and memorabilia. There are several tours and events you can book, including Victorian Tea at the Museum, The Hunted Museum, and more. You can visit the Military Room, DAR Women’s History Room, and the Historic Licking Church. Other impressive historic buildings in Clarion include the Clarion County Courthouse and the Clarion County Jail.When you camp at Kalyumet Campground, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of a deer ranch. With over 20 deer living in the herd, this is an excellent place to visit when traveling with kids. Watch the deer eating, playing, sleeping, and more. The park also has a playground for kids, a gift shop, and a museum with over 100 taxidermy displays.For an easy day trip, head just over an hour's drive west of the campsites at Kalyumet Campground to the city of New Castle. There are numerous fun attractions here, including a fantastic zoo. At the Living Treasures Animal Park, you can join educational programs and field trips, delve into animal encounters, or observe an alligator feeding. The zoo houses over 400 animals. While you're here, you'll have opportunities to feed, touch, and interact with some of the animals. The zoo is open in the summer season. It offers tours where you can meet many different animals, including kangaroos, camels, goats, leopards, otters, and many more.While exploring New Castle, you can dive into some area culture and history. Head to the Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts and see collections featuring vintage toys and antiques, early-20th-century posters, and pottery. There's lots to see when you book an RV rental near Lucinda, PA; search for a rig today and start planning your visit.

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