Little Mexico Campground

If you're looking for a peaceful riverside campground in central Pennsylvania, consider Little Mexico Campground. This RV park is located near the city of Winfield and is ideal if you're looking to make a splash, with one of the largest above-ground swimming pools in the country. Nearby Penns Creek is also popular for a variety of watersports, including fishing, kayaking, and tubing. This campground also contains two playgrounds, where kids can burn off excess energy. Pets are welcome at this pet-friendly campground near Winfield, and campers will have access to free WiFi, so they can keep up to date with their favorite shows.When you park your RV rental at Little Mexico Campground, you'll have everything you need for a perfect camping vacation. There are over 200 campsites for use, which come with either full hookups or water and electric only. The electrical service is 30/50 amp, and there's a dump station in case you lack a sewer hookup. Big rigs are welcome here, and there are pull-through sites for easy access. Home comforts are also readily available, including showers, restrooms, and laundry services.Camping at Little Mexico Campground is excellent for campers looking to explore the best of Pennsylvania. Little Mexico Campground is surrounded by several state forests, making this a great location for anybody looking to get lost in nature. As for nearby settlements, several of Pennsylvania's major cities, including Scranton and the capital Harrisburg, are less than two hours' drive away and offer some of the best attractions in the state.

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The Great Outdoors

Winfield campers will find themselves not far from the serene Susquehanna River. Susquehannock State Park is one of the best ways to see the river, and this 200-acre park sits atop a heavily wooded plateau, which affords spectacular views of the river below. Hikers will enjoy exploring over five miles of trails that lead past vibrantly colored wildflowers and through the park's forest. While enjoying the views of the river, keep a lookout for the park's bird population, which includes osprey, hawks, and eagles. During the winter, the park's trail system becomes a popular spot for winter sports, including cross-country skiing.If you want to partake in watersports along the Susquehanna River, consider a trip to Shikellamy State Park. This park features woodlands and rocky terrain along the Susquehanna River and is one of the best spots for boating thanks to the park's large marina. Fishing is also popular here, and common catches include northern pike, catfish, and bass. If you wander along the park's three miles of trails, you'll likely encounter some local wildlife, such as deer and several species of songbird. The hiking trails also offer an overlook from atop a 360-foot-tall cliff, which affords panoramic views of the river below.There are also some gorgeous state parks away from the Susquehanna River. Raymond B. Winter State Park is located within the vast Bald Eagle State Forest and consists of nearly 700 acres of rocky terrain and dense woodlands along Halfway Lake. The lake is perfect for swimming and fishing, and the lake is stocked with several species of trout. This park is also excellent for hiking, and the rocky terrain makes this a challenging area for any hiker. Birdwatchers will love the abundance of birds that inhabit the park, and there are some rare species, including goldfinches and ruby-throated hummingbirds.

Exploring the City

During your visit with a motorhome rental near Winfield, you'll be an hour's drive from Pennsylvania's capital, Harrisburg. The city is full of historical sights and high-class museums, making it well worth a visit. The State Museum of Pennsylvania is one of Harrisburg's best museums. It features nearly five million artifacts in its permanent collection. There are some unique and intriguing exhibits at this museum, and some of the highlights include a recreation of a 19th-century street in Pennsylvania, a near-complete mastodon skeleton, and Native American relics dating back hundreds of years.If you want to experience some of Harrisburg's history, consider stopping by the John Harris-Simon Cameron Mansion. This Georgian mansion originally built in the late 1700s has significant connections to the Civil War, as it was once home to Simon Cameron, a prominent Republican politician during this period. Visitors can now tour this beautiful building, which contains historical furnishings and original fixings. This mansion is one of the oldest buildings in Harrisburg and is a must-see for any budding historian.Alternatively, you may want to plan a day trip to the vibrant city of Allentown. The city also features several high-class museums, including the Allentown Art Museum. This well-respected museum features nearly 20,000 objects in its collection and was founded by famous impressionist painter, Walter Emerson Baum. The museum focuses on European art.

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