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Black Moshannon State Park is located in Pennsylvania
40.915 N
-78.059 W
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9 Reviews of Black Moshannon State Park
Motorcycle Trip...

My family and I stayed here one night during a motorcycle trip. We rented 1 of the cabins they have on the property and it was great all of us fit comfortably we were able to have a campfire out front and sit at a picnic table. They have a nice little store there's trails you can hike to beautiful area and a great place to camp.

Super place for the family and everyone.

Make a reservation way ahead of your date as this campground is very popular and sites book early. It has sites to accommodate any R.V. and lot of tent sites. The lake has lots to offer. Swimming, boating, fishing, wildlife watching and a big sky view for star gazing.


Pulled in on friday of Labor Day weekend without a reservation but there were a couple open sites. Stayed one night before moving on in our travels. Lovely campground and would stay again for longer.

awesome campground!!

This campground is so beautiful with plenty to do for everyone,tons of hiking along the whole park.

Spaces are clean and spacious,bath house is very well kept.

Very peaceful and well maintained,plan to go back again for sure!!

The park also runs a ton of classes for different things like fly fishing,hiking,etc

Fantastic trip

Very pretty campground with a nice clean wash house.. The sites are situated nicely, your neighbors are not “right there”. Our only trouble was our GPS brought us in the most difficult way. We suggest avoiding heading south from I80 on Casanova road. Overall, a great trip!

Totally Acceptable

Beautiful facility- typical Pa mountains, abundant green trees, water…nice Campground AND cabin rentals are really nicely situated. Water was thick with weeds & lilies but ok nonetheless. Great day trip spot.

Red Mo

Nice campground, wooded sites and most were okay for tent camping however some required your tent to be set up a small distance from the fire ring. Clean showerhouses and bathrooms. Big Lake and a few miles of hiking and biking trails right from the campground.

The Iron Ore mines from the past have left the creek water stained red which is why its called the Red Mo with the locals.


Despite the cold wet weather this trip, we had a wonderful weekend!

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Black mo

Nice campground with quiet 250 acre lake for kayaking. Good birding.