Plenty of trails to hike from easy to difficult. Local history is right around the corner with the Lost Children of the Alleghenies Monument. Blue Knob houses the second highest peak in PA. The bathrooms were clean. Camp sites are rocky so be sure to bring a mat if tent camping. The park does not offer fire wood for purchase; bring extra.
The campground was clean and family friendly. You could hear traffic from the turnpike easily. Provisions are a short car ride away.
There are many trails to hike and boats can be rented for a day on the lake
The yurt wasn’t the cleanest…but it was August. We had a nice time and would go back…with our own tent.