Campground
Britt B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 27, 2020

Pennsylvania Favorite!

A Pennsylvania favorite, Clear Creek State Park is a beautifully maintained, scenic park, right on the Clarion River in the Clear Creek State Park. The Park offers movies on an outdoor screen, regular nature talks and walks and has an onsite museum. The park has tent sites, RV sites and cabins. Clear Creek runs through the campground and is a perfect spot for a BBQ or Picnic. It also has a designated swimming beach with sand. There are multiple hiking trails leaving the campground. There is a general store just 5min from the park, plus multiple private firewood options on the road in. The park also sells firewood bundles. The Clarion is a crystal clear, shallow, rock bottom river perfect for a cool off, fishing or kayaking. There are two kayaking/tubing companies in Cook Forest to hire watercraft to float the river. Both floats don’t go as high as Clear Creek State Park so you won’t float past the campground, with the longest being 9 miles. The facilities are always clean, with large shower areas and always fully stocked with tissue. All sites have fire rings with adjustable grills. The best un-powered RV site is site 40– private and waterfront. The best powered-RV site is 39– private and waterfront. There are also two very private tent sites that are waterfront(classified as Kayak In tent sites) numbered CR-001& CR-002. Both waterfront, shaded with fire rings. Excellent tent sites! Note you can only book them for 1 night at a time. No phone reception at this one! They welcome furry friends at selected sites!

  • These the 'Canoe In' sites - CR001 &002
  • These the 'Canoe In' sites - CR001 &002
  • View when exiting the park
  • These the 'Canoe In' sites - CR001 &002
  • Tent site CR001
  • Tent site CR001
  • Non Powered RV Site 40
  • View of Clarion from RV Site 40
  • Drone shot from RV site 40
  • View from picnic table at RV Site 40
  • Drone shot of RV Site 40
  • RV Site 40
  • Tent Site CR-001
  • Tent Site CR-001
  • Clear Creek winds through the Park
SiteVarious Sites (CR001, CR002 & 40

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