We all know that Pennsylvania is an unrivaled destination for today's active traveler, and we want to share our state with you. Visit the campgrounds in PA and spend some time in our rural countryside to discover your outdoor moments or visit our great cities, where culture abounds and much of early American history was made. Independence Hall, Gettysburg, and the Golden Triangle in Pittsburgh are just three of countless locations. Visit the beautiful Amish farmlands of Southeast and Southcentral Pennsylvania, the great Pocono vacation area, the breathtaking views in our own Grand Canyon, the beaches on Lake Erie, and the scenic Laurel Highlands area of Southwestern Pennsylvania, with its rushing rivers and magnificent sunsets. Come visit and get to know us in by camping in Pennsylvania. DISCOVER YOUR OUTDOOR MOMENTS!
Covid-19 July 1, 2021 Update
PENNSYLVANIA MASKING ORDER LIFTED Pennsylvania Department of Health Acting Secretary Alison Beam announced the Commonwealth’s mask order is lifted as of 12:01 PM on June 28. Last month, state officials said Pennsylvania would lift its mask mandate on June 28 or when 70% of the state's adult population was fully vaccinated. June 28 came first. According to the CDC, Pennsylvania has administered first doses of vaccine to 62.3% of the state's entire population, with 59.8% of adults fully vaccinated.
"We are continuing to make progress toward stopping the spread of COVID-19 throughout the commonwealth, as many Pennsylvanians have taken responsibility for their own health and the health of their communities by getting vaccinated," Acting Secretary Beam said in a statement. All Pennsylvanians age 12 and older are eligible to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine. People can find vaccination locations near them using Vaccines.gov, also known as Vaccine Finder. Individuals also can text their zip code to GETVAX (438829) for English, or VACUNA (822862) for Spanish and receive three possible vaccination sites in their area.
Once the statewide masking order is lifted, Pennsylvania will continue to follow the CDC guidance for wearing a mask where required by law, rule, and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance. Campers are reminded that individual campgrounds may still require their patrons to wear a mask indoors and/or where space is tight.
The CDC requires individuals to wear a mask on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the United States, and in U.S. transportation hubs, such as airports and stations. In addition, all individuals should still follow guidance at workplaces, local businesses, long-term care facilities, hospitals, prisons and homeless shelters.
Ticks are those pesky bugs that no one wants. They are most active during warmer months.More
Let’s go camping! Grab the RV and hit the open road.More
Weekend reservations are filling up fast at many locations. Have you camped mid-week?More
People are, however, taking refuge in a different place. The great outdoors.More
So you’re planning your first trip to Lancaster! Where do you start? With the variety of experiences available inthe Lancaster area – from hist...More