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Old 06-05-2016, 02:59 PM   #1
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Suggestions for PA Grand Canyon (Pine Creek Gorge)

Anyone have a good recommendations for full hookup campgrounds in this area? Any "must-sees" or "must-do's"?

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Stoney Fork Creek Campground.

Ride bikes down the canyon, talk to the folks at campground about transportation.

Ride the train near Wellsboro.
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Looking forward to to reading the responses. We are headed for Stoneyfork Creek Camground in Wellsboro for July 4th weekend. It will be our first time visiting the area.
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Anyone have a good recommendations for full hookup campgrounds in this area? Any "must-sees" or "must-do's"?

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I Always recommend Canyon de Chelly on the way - ans because you are coming from PA I would also suggest you try to catch a good bit of Colorado on the way - say Leadville - Buena Vista - Gunnison/Crested Butte/Black Canyon - Ouray - Rico - Cortez then over to Monument Valley and maybe even Lake Powell/Page.

Just a whole lot more than the Grand Canyon out in this part of the US.

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You can also hike some of or all of the 30 mile West Rim Trail along the GC of PA. Here is a pic that I took about 4 miles south of Ansonia, PA on the trail.

There is also an Army Corp of Engineers campground north of Wellsboro near Ives Run, PA.

http://www.recreation.gov/camping/iv...O&parkId=73226

I've driven by it a few times and it looks OK.
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I'm staying at Hills Creek SP about 20 minutes away on 4th of July weekend. They have some sites that are full hookup. It's a very nice well maintained campground with a beach area on the lake. You definitely want to bike along the river at the Grand Canyon.
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We were able to get a site at Stoney Fork Campground. Looking forward to it!

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Leonard Harris state park. Limited electrical sites. Can walk over to view gorge. Walk the town if Wellington. Go to Corning museum of glass. Exceptional
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