Wherever you roam on your RV adventures, most will agree that the entire family should come with. That includes the furry and four-legged. Unfortunately, not all campgrounds are on the same page, charging pet fees or refusing to allow dogs on the premises. To avoid any upset and make things a little easier, we found four of the dog friendliest campgrounds in Pennsylvania. These sites around the state are perfect for your best friend, as long as they remain on a leash.
Delaware Water Gap/Pocono Mountain
Offering an assortment of cabins, RV sites and tent sites this KOA campground is perfect for any type of camping. Along with pet friendly cabins and shaded or sunny campsites, Delaware Water offers a complimentary K-9 play park. Your pup can lose the leash and run free in the fenced in dog park. If you’re looking for more interactive fun, there are plenty of obstacles and agility equipment to provide stimulation and fun for a totally pooped pooch.
YMCA Camp Sherwin
On the sunny shores of Lake Erie, Camp Sherwin is a dog-friendly campsite with plenty of space for relaxation. Tent, RV and cabin sites are available, and dogs are more than welcome. While there is no dog park, there’s also no shortage of grassy fields and sandy lakefront campsites. Camp Sherwin is the perfect campground for your favorite water loving breed.
Forest Ridge Cabin & Campgrounds
If lakefront isn’t your thing, or your dog isn’t a fan of the water, Forest Ridge might be the perfect option. It’s named aptly, with quiet, wooded campsites that encourage privacy and peace on the southwest edge of the Allegheny National Forest. The campsites and cabins are spacious and pet friendly, close to a number of hiking trails and other outdoor attractions for your whole family.
Mount Pocono Campground
This family-focused campground located in the Pocono Mountains feels like a rural paradise while only 90 minutes from New York City. The mountainous campground features a heated swimming pool for their human guests and a dog run for their K-9 campers.
This forested campsite offers both a connection with nature and echo of American history. Near downtown Gettysburg, this KOA campground welcomes your pup to join your tour though the historic battlegrounds. It also offers a pet playground for some exercise and agility training.
Before you choose a campsite, it’s always smart to check if pets are allowed on the premises. While the campgrounds listed here don’t mind, many will have pet fees and breed restrictions. We don’t want any pooch left behind, so make sure to double check online or by calling the campground! Happy travels to you and your furry family!
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