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Nestled between the Youghiogheny River and the Great Allegheny Passage cycling trail, Uniontown KOA is an ideal base to unwind and relax in southwest Pennsylvania. It’s just a stone’s throw from the center of Connellsville while being on the doorstep of trout fishing, canoeing, and a whole host of recreational pursuits.
RV camping at Uniontown KOA includes access to a range of full hookups with either 30 or 50-amp electrical connections. The RV campground can cater to big rigs up to 80 feet in length, and each site comes with a fire ring and picnic table. Complimentary Wi-Fi and cable TV are included in your stay at this RV park, and there’s an on-site cafe where you can pick up snacks and sweet treats.
Uniontown KOA’s swimming pool is open from the Memorial Day to mid-September, and there’s also a basketball court and game room to keep kids entertained. You can rent canoes, kayaks, and tubes to get out on the water of the Youghiogheny River or take advantage of the laundry facility that’s open 24 hours a day.
Camp in an RV near Uniontown and make the short drive east to Laurel Hill State Park, which sprawls across 3,935 acres around a human-made lake. It offers plenty of recreational pursuits throughout the year, including hiking and fishing in the warmer months and snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and ice fishing if you’re visiting in the winter. Stretch your legs on the Hemlock Trail that winds beneath an old-growth forest or fish for trout, perch, and bass in Laurel Hill Lake. Aside from its various picnic areas where you can relax over lunch, there’s also a children’s playground and a small beach where you can swim.
Also nearby is the Roaring Run Natural Area, which extends across 3,500 acres on the slopes of Laurel Ridge. This scenic woodland reserve is traversed by numerous hiking trails that cross a series of streams fed by springs at the summit of Laurel Ridge. Follow the remains of an old logging railroad on the North Loop trail or walk along the banks of the Roaring Run along the 3.3-mile-long Roaring Run Trail.
Camping at Uniontown KOA is also a good base for visiting Ohiopyle State Park, which centers around the 14-mile-long Youghiogheny River Gorge. It boasts some of the best whitewater rafting in the eastern United States, as well as plenty of picturesque waterfalls that can be accessed along short hiking trails. Visit the Ferncliff Peninsula National Natural Landmark or hike and bike along the Youghiogheny River Trail. Then you can join one of the local whitewater rafting outfitters to tackle the seven-mile run known as the Lower Yough that extends from Ohiopyle Falls to the Bruner Run take-out.
Ohiopyle State Park lies adjacent to the Bear Run Nature Reserve, which protects a tributary of the Youghiogheny River. Aside from various hiking trails through the Appalachian forests, the reserve is also home to the Fallingwater house that was designed by renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It was constructed partly over a waterfall on the Mill Run section of Bear Run and was celebrated as Wright’s “most beautiful job” by Time magazine upon its completion in the late 1930s.
While Uniontown KOA camping, you'll be within easy access of numerous supermarkets in Connellsville where you can stock up on grocery supplies, as well as a good selection of fast food restaurants and cafes dotted throughout the city. There are also plenty of gas stations in nearby Uniontown if you need to fill up your RV rental, along with mechanics in case anything needs repair. If you’re in need of some retail therapy, you can head to the Uniontown Mall, which is packed with big-name brand retailers and department stores.
A short drive from Uniontown KOA is the small town of Smock, which is home to the Abel Colley Tavern & Museum. This Greek Revival-style inn was built in 1835 for travelers along the National Road and was designated on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. Browse the exhibits organized by the Fayette County Historical Society that detail the people and events that have shaped the region, then get your thrills on Allen’s Haunted Hayrides. Taking place after dark, this unique hayride journeys through the countryside surrounding Smock to the “Haunted Barn” where you can enjoy their carnival rides and games.
Uniontown KOA can also be used as a base for visiting Pittsburgh, which lies just an hour’s drive to the north. Browse the exhibits at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and admire the works displayed at the Carnegie Museum of Art or visit the renowned Andy Warhol Museum. Green thumbs will love the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens while football fans can see the Pittsburgh Steelers in action at Heinz Field.
Whether you want to spend your days exploring the Appalachian Mountains or admiring the sites of Pittsburgh, book an RV in Fayette County and start planning your next vacation.