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Woodland Campground is in the town of Woodland, near various rivers, ponds, and creeks. When RV camping at Woodland Campground, you'll be surrounded by beautiful nature and have easy access to forests, game lands, and many outdoor recreational opportunities. In the nearby city of Clearfield, you will find a restaurant and shopping area where you can grab supplies. The city of Du Bois is only about half an hour's drive west of the campground, and Pittsburgh is about two and a half hours' drive southwest.
Some of the campsites at Woodland Campground are shaded, and some are open. Sites are available with full hookups, and tents and big rigs can be accommodated here too. The campground has clean restrooms and showers, plus a laundry room and a camp store. Feel free to bring the dogs along for the RV rental adventure, too; this pet-friendly campground has a pet area where your furry friends can play. WiFi and cell signals will help you stay in touch with the outside world while enjoying beautiful nature.
When you're camping at Woodland Campground, you can take advantage of a variety of interesting activities and facilities, including a playground, a rec room, and pleasant recreational trails. You can also go hunting, hiking, and biking while you're here. The campground has its own fishing lake; you can rent a kayak, paddleboat, or a canoe to explore it.
Only about half an hour's drive from the RV campground you will find the beautiful Moshannon State Forest. This wilderness area covers nearly 200,000 acres of hardwood forest, with oak and oak-hickory woodlands. It's a working forest with active timber harvest and natural gas drill sites. Here you can enjoy hiking trails, mountain biking, hunting, and fishing. It is a great horseback riding location too. In the wintertime, you can enjoy snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. You can also camp here, and enjoy relaxing surroundings, wild nature, and fantastic sightseeing opportunities.
State Game Lands Number 90 is one of the closest game lands to Woodland Campground, only about half an hour's drive west. The 4,000-acre park is mostly forestland, which is habitat to many game species, including bear, deer, squirrel, and turkey. With many streams passing through the forest, this is a great place for trout fishing too. Other recreational opportunities here include hiking, wildlife watching, and nature observing.
Quehanna Wild Area is located approximately 40 minutes' drive north of your campsite at Woodland Campground. This nature lover's paradise is an excellent place for hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding. Hunters can find elk, deer, coyote, and many species of birds within the park's boundaries. Other popular pastimes here include wildlife photography, bird watching, and camping. When visiting the area, you can also see one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the state, Table Run Falls.
When RV camping in Clearfield County, you can visit many interesting historical and natural places, including Clearfield County Historical Society located in a beautiful Victorian home in Clearfield. Learn about Clearfield County history and its people at this wonderful local museum, where you can see artifacts, records, photographs, and memorabilia. During your visit, you can browse publications, see the exhibits, or go on a guided tour. The house is decorated in Victorian style, with old furniture, paintings, and photographs on display. The museum also has a gift shop where you can buy a book about the county’s history.
Grice Clearfield Community Museum is another interesting attraction in Clearfield. Here you can see an incredible collection of old cars, featuring vehicles from the early 1900s through today. Some of the cars you can see here include a 1917 Buick D35 Touring Car, a 1925 Ford Model T 1-Ton Truck, and a 1929 Model A Street Rod. The museum also has a room with an extensive collection of taxidermy, including the biggest black bear found in the area.
About 20 minutes' drive east of the campground near Morrisdale, you can visit Saint Severin's Old Log Church. Built in 1851 by German settlers, the church looks the same as it did in its early days. Originally, the church served to up to 30 parishioners; it was closed in the 1880s when a new church was built. The inside remains the same, and you can still see wooden benches and other interior finishes. This one-and-a-half-story building is located in a beautiful natural setting. When you visit, you can have a nice picnic or stroll through the grounds.