Standard (Tent/RV)
Cabins
Dispersed
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Yurts
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Bald Eagle State Park

This recreation area is part of Foster Joseph Sayers Dam

Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
ADA Accessible
No Alcohol
Drinking Water
No Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Toilets
Trash Available
No WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
No 30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Max Length: 45 ft.
Location
Bald Eagle State Park is located in Pennsylvania
Latitude
41.034 N
Longitude
-77.6429 W
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23 Reviews of Bald Eagle State Park
Eagles!

We love this park and usually rent a boat and swim and watch the eagles all day. One of the best experiences ever.

Amazing

We stayed at the campground while visiting the State Forest in early September 2019. We enjoyed our stay. We camped very close to the shower houses which was a plus.

Sleep here. You'll be back.

Bald Eagle camp ground is set in the center of a beautiful state park. There are ~60+ camping sites-- some close to the road and others set back into the woods. We slept so well, hiked and relaxed on the beach. Attn LOVE BIRDS there is also a hotel/ wedding venue within this state park.

Nice remote location with a town nearby

Rustic campsites, pretty quiet, great lake nearby. We enjoyed it over a three day weekend doing tent camping with our two bulldogs.

Beautiful campground

We loved it here! Very beautiful, nice hiking trails and a beautiful lake. Clean grounds and bath houses.

Quiet, Clean & Convenient

We needed a break from the rest area sleeping. We found this site on here and on iOverlander.

The sites are clean, flat and spread out. You can see everyone but you don’t feel like you are on top of one another.

The bathrooms were clean and the shower was hot and much needed. The fireflies were in rare form and the wildflowers that outline the camping were beautiful.

I would stay here again when passing through Pennsylvania.

Beautiful area, sparse trees

The area is beautiful, but the campground is not wooded. It was cleared, some landscaped trees but not enough, grassy areas and paved areas. The campground is surround by woods. The beach is not easily walkable from the campground, 3 mile walk on a muddy overgrown path, then on the street with no sidewalk. Beach is beautiful, very calm, warm water for early July, soft sand and nice large trees for shade.

Rustic Campground: Cozy and Private

The rustic campground has some parking sites, but we are most fond of the sites with a short walk in. Usually they’re very private. Some clusters allow dogs. Nearby lake access through a tunnel under the tracks near the bathrooms. Two points for trail access along the campground road.

Time to relax!

Very nice quiet campground.   Level spots.   Large lake to boat and kayak.   Beautiful scenery.  Full hook up spot

"Modern" Campground

We stayed at site 78 on the Sycamore loop at the end of April in a tent, which isn't the best equipment for this campground. Our site had a blacktop driveway, a very small amount of gravel, and a ton of mud. There was standing water toward the back of our site, and no really solid place to pitch our tent.

It was very windy the night we stayed and the following morning was as well. Because our tent stakes were anchored in mud, our tent blew over and collapsed. Our neighbor's tent did as well.

With the exception of our neighbors, we were the only tents in the loop (the other sites had RVs, and there are 2 cabins and 2 yurts on the loop as well). Firewood is for sale at the camp host site.  Bathrooms are clean and the showers are delightfully warm.

The sites are flat and open. There is a lack of trees, so no real wind break. Each site has a fire ring and a hook to hang food from small animals.

If the primitive sites weren't all booked out (it was the first day of turkey season) we would've stayed there. I'd give this place another chance, but only if we can snag a site at the primitive campground.