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Oil Creek Family Campground

Oil Creek Family Campground is perfect for campers who want to get lost in Pennsylvania's forests. Surrounded by woodlands and situated just outside the city of Titusville, this RV campground is perfect for escaping civilization. As well as having lots of peaceful wilderness to explore during your stay, the campground has some fun amenities, including a heated swimming pool, a playground, and outdoor games such as frisbee golf and volleyball. Dogs are welcome at this pet-friendly campground in northwestern Pennsylvania, and campers will have access to WiFi during their stay.When you camp in an RV at Oil Creek Family Campground, you'll be well-equipped to explore Pennsylvania's beautiful countryside. There are nearly 100 sites up for grabs, most of which provide full hookups that support 20/30/50 amp service. These spacious campsites support most big rigs, and back-in or pull-through sites are available depending on preference. Some basic amenities are also on offer, including restrooms, showers, and storage.Titusville campers who camp at Oil Creek Family Campground will be well-positioned to explore some of the best of Pennsylvania. Titusville is surrounded by parkland, with several game reserves and state forests nearby. Campers will also find themselves within touching distance of Lake Erie, which provides spectacular views and lots of fun activities. If you want to explore some nearby cites, the lakeside city of Erie is a popular tourist destination. If you hop across the Ohio state line, Cleveland is one of the country's most vibrant cities.



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The Great Outdoors

Titusville campers will be near several parks to explore; however, Oil Creek State Park shouldn't be missed. This historic park is located just a few minutes' drive from the campground and is historically significant as it was the location of America's first commercial oil well. Hikers will love this park thanks to the 52 miles of hiking trails available, and these peaceful paths lead by the park's historic sites near Oil Creek and through lush woodlands. Oil Creek is a popular spot of bass and trout fishing, and the park's three other streams are also excellent for catching brook trout. Oil Creek is also ideal for kayaking, and if you'd prefer to relax, there are several riverside picnic tables.Another popular state park worth visiting is Chapman State Park. This 850-acre state park consists of verdant woodlands surrounding the 68-acre Chapman Lake. The park is part of Allegheny National Forest, making it an excellent area for hiking, with 24 miles of trail in the park alone. If you'd prefer to laze around the lake, there's a beach that is ideal for swimming and a boat launch for smaller watercraft. Fishing is also a favorite activity, and there's a wide range of fish in the lake, including bluegill, yellow perch, and trout.Anybody camping at Oil Creek Family Campground should plan a trip to Presque Isle State Park. This gorgeous 3,000-acre state park is located on a peninsula jutting into Lake Erie. One of the most popular parks in the state, Presque Isle has 11 miles of hiking trails that lead around the park, offering stunning vistas of the lake. The park's beaches are great for taking a freshwater dip, and small boats are allowed in the water. Fishing is great in both Lake Erie and Presque Isle Bay due to the variety on offer, which includes walleye, bass, and steelhead.

Exploring the City

During your visit with an RV rental in northwestern Pennsylvania, you'll want to get out and visit some of the region's exciting cities. Erie is a popular tourist location due to its lakeside location and features a ton of family-friendly activities. As long as you're not afraid of heights, plan a trip to Erie's Bicentennial Tower. This 187-foot-tall tower was built in the 1990s and is the perfect way to appreciate Lake Erie. The tower features observation decks that afford panoramic views of Lake Erie, the city, and Presque Isle State Park.Alternatively, you could partake in a classic vacation activity and visit Erie Zoo. This small zoo features 400 animals from around the world, including some rare species such as African wild dogs, Amur leopards, and red pandas. As well as a small but diverse range of animals, the zoo features a botanical garden with over 100 different species of plants lavishly displayed in a large greenhouse. The zoo also features a train so you can relax while spotting some of your favorite critters.Erie has a long maritime tradition, and anybody looking to learn more about its history should visit the Erie Maritime Museum. This museum tells the story of the region's history through several maritime events, including the War of 1812 and the construction of the Erie Canal. There are hundreds of amazing artifacts on display, and perhaps most impressive is the U.S. Brig Niagara, a relic from the War of 1812, which is still in working condition.


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