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Keystone State Park is a 1,200-acre park located in Derry, Pennsylvania. Keystone is a place where the whole family can find an outdoor adventure to enjoy year-round. From pine and chestnut trees to beautiful meadows and steep terrain, Keystone State Park offers a variety of scenery and recreational activities.

This state park was once home to Keystone Coal and Coke Company, which manufactured coke for Pittsburgh's steel mills. The executives of the company used Keystone Lake for boating and fishing, and they eventually added a meeting area and hunting lodge. Soon after, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania took over the land and Keystone State Park became open to visitors. Rent an RV in Westmoreland County to explore everything the area has to offer.

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Getting Outdoors

Whether you're visiting for the day or RV camping at Keystone State Park, be sure to spend time on the 78-acre lake. Keystone Lake provides several recreational activities, including swimming on its sandy beaches or launching a boat into its deeper waters. A boat launch can be found at the north shore of the lake, as well as boat rentals and a place to buy bait. Fishing has a good payoff for visitors at Keystone State Park. Species you might catch include trout, yellow perch, largemouth bass, black crappie, and more.

While planning your visit, be sure to look into the park's event schedule. Keystone hosts a variety of educational experiences, such as guided trail walks and highly informative programs for visitors of all ages. If guided walks aren't available while you're visiting, simply take the family down one of the park's many trails and have an adventure of your own. The park's eight-mile trail network features paths ranging from a third of a mile to three miles long. Though most trails are flat, some trails have more rugged and steep terrain and are a challenge for some hikers.

Wildlife watching is the perfect activity for the whole family. Wildflowers bloom all over the park during spring, including hepatica, bloodroot, and rue anemone. Near the end of summer, visitors can spot frogs by the marshes and butterflies dancing through fields of daisies and goldenrods. Birdwatchers should keep their eyes open for buffleheads, kinglets, herons, warblers, and many more. During winter, native birds such as cardinals and chickadees can be found hunting for food.

Hunting has long been a popular activity here at Keystone State Park. Half of the park opens each year to hunting, trapping, and training dogs. Commonly hunted are deer, turkey, squirrels, pheasant, and grouse. Groundhogs are off limits to hunters, and all other rules must be strictly followed. Consider camping in a trailer at Keystone to enjoy a fruitful hunting season.

Camping at Keystone State Park

Keystone State Park features roughly 100 tent and RV camping sites in two campgrounds. Lakeside Campground offers campers the chance to spend a few nights by the lake. Hillside Campground is in a more remote part in the park and is suitable for those with pets. Both campgrounds have a bathhouse and a dump station. Showers are available during the peak season but are usually closed after October. A pavilion, laundry area, and many more amenities are available to campers at Keystone State Park. The maximum RV length is 55 feet, making this an excellent option for larger rigs.

For those not looking to camp in an RV, consider booking one of the park's modern cabins. These feature a bath and shower, a kitchen, and a grill. Cottages with electric heat and yurts are available as well.

Exploring the Area

While you're in the area, stop by the Andy Warhol Museum of Pittsburgh and become amazed. This museum offers floor after floor of breathtaking artwork from one of the country's most prolific artists, as well as exhibits detailing his legacy. Visitors who enjoy history and art won't want to miss this attraction.

Also located in Pittsburgh is the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium, a place dedicated to helping preserve wildlife and habitats. Here, you can find fun for all ages and discover just how beautiful Mother Nature's creatures can be. The zoo features animals such as the African elephant, the African lion, and many more exotic mammals. A variety of fish, birds, and reptiles can be found here as well. Programs and events are common at the zoo, including fitness classes, special exhibits, and animal classes for toddlers. Rent an RV in Allegheny County and explore the rest of what Pittsburgh has to offer.

In Ligonier, you'll find Idlewild & SoakZone. A top-rated attraction, Idlewild offers kids an awesome outdoor amusement and waterpark. From the Ferris wheel and scooters to the floating rivers and waterslides, the young ones are sure to have a blast at Idlewild & SoakZone! There's plenty more to do and see in the area, so start planning a motorhome camping adventure you'll cherish for years to come.

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