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About Lake Raystown Resort
This recreation area is part of Raystown Lake
Drive In, Boat In
US Army Corps of Engineers
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Lake Raystown Resort is located in Pennsylvania
40.302 N
-78.177 W
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8 Reviews of Lake Raystown Resort
Great Family getaway!

Absolutely love this place! Dog friendly, park rangers are great, the facilities are super clean and accessible! just a great overall atmosphere!


clean, friendly, quiet!! boating on the weekend. nice restaurant.

Great family park!

Both RV sites and lots to rent to pitch your own tent, fishing, huge lake with beach, lots of activities for the kids throughout the summer, one of the nicest parks we have camped at! Kid and pet friendly, love this park!!

Love this place!

My family has been camping at Raystown since I was a kid. The lake is absolutely gorgeous and offers endless outdoor adventure—hiking, biking, fishing, boating, kayaking, and more. The sites are pretty close together, and it’s usually really packed throughout the summer, but it’s still a beautiful place to camp. Would definitely recommend!

Our favorite in PA

Easy access and very clean. Beautiful lakeside sites.

Fun fun fun!

Fantastic lake side camping resort. Best for campers or using their cabins but it has freeway access to the lake and beautiful views.

PA getaway!

Great getaway campground for some camping or glamping fun! So much to do here including swimming on the beach or at the water park, mountain biking, boating, hiking, and enjoying the beautiful lake!

Spend many many weekends here as a child and so glad to go back as an adult!

First to Review
More resort than campground but it may be your thing

I prefer the campground just up the road but I have stayed here at the resort in cabin.

Nice waterfront at the lower edge of the resort. The cabins were set up above and kind of overlooked down to Raystown lake. You can hear the power boats zipping up and down the lake but it wasn’t annoying.

many roads to explore and a great little restaurant inside the resort if you need tI eat. We had breakfast there and it acceptable.