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poorboy

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Posted: 06/11/20 09:23am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

want to do a trip to pa. grand canyon, where is the best place to camp with 34 ft. trailer and with full hookups. thank you in advance.


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GC Camper Village, shuttle to the sites is free. Sites normally have a lot of cars and parking can be a problem.

Others like CGs in Williams and take the steam train to the park. And this year you need to check to see what's open.


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BTW You might consider a few days at N Rim with a lot less people, but may still be full.

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I believe he is looking for information on the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. I stayed at the Leonard Harrison State Park with electric only hookups. There are links to full hookup campgrounds in the area in the above link, but I haven't stayed at any of them. Here is a photo from my visit:

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Seems like every state has its own Grand Canyon - I know NY's is at Letchworth State Park...


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We went there years ago. Check Tanglewood CG. I think that was the name.

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Posted: 06/11/20 10:08am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I would use Stoney Fork or the one owned by his son.





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Lynnmor wrote:

I would use Stoney Fork or the one owned by his son.


Agree with Stony Fork, they did not own the other park when we went, with kids Stony Fork has more to keep them busy, pool, fishing lake but watch for bears at night.


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dblr wrote:

Lynnmor wrote:

I would use Stoney Fork or the one owned by his son.


Agree with Stony Fork, they did not own the other park when we went, with kids Stony Fork has more to keep them busy, pool, fishing lake but watch for bears at night.


Both have bears, keep your campsite clean of food and food smells. The old farm next to the Canyon Country Campground got their trash raided in the middle of the day, I was a little slow with my camera. Black bears are of little danger to humans, don't let that be a concern.

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thanks for the info, stoney fork sounds ok. not too concerned about keeping kids busy, just me.
Vermilye, thanks for the photo. Everyone stay safe and have fun.

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Don't forget the Grand Canyon Of Kansas. It is only a grader ditch in the Flint Hills but, after a rain the water really runs for up to 30 minutes.

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