Boondocking is what we do best! This is our preferred way to to camp and we have found some amazing, epic places we want to share with you! But we are also members of Boondockers Welcome, Escapees and Thousand Trails. So we’re here to share our tips on all the locations we stay in Pennsylvania. We are full time RV travelers, so we will be updating this blog often! Come back often!
YES! You can find boondocking locations in PA! What you won’t find is plenty of them. And you probably won’t find them in locations you might want to be. But they are out there!
- Forest Road 160 – GPS: 41.8311, -78.9808 – The views here are amazing!
- Moshannon State Forest – GPS: 41.2689, -78.4035
- Laurel Run Road – GPS: 41.132, -75.2135 – Delaware State Forest – East Stroudsburg, PA
There are several Thousand Trails campgrounds in PA. But as you would imagine, most are seasonal. If we end up in a campground, we tend to want to end up there during the off season. It doesn’t always happen that way, but it is what we prefer.
Timothy Lake South is open all year in PA. We arrived in March, and it was very quiet and very open. Verizon and ATT service are enough to work, but they aren’t the best. I have used the service for Zoom calls, and very graphic intensive work, but there does seem to be some lag once in a while.
Timothy Lake North – This campground is seasonal, and a little tighter to get into for big rigs. Can be done, but not as easy as Timothy Lake South.
Gettysburg Farm RV Campground – Cell coverage for both ATT and Verizon is on the weak side. If you need to stay connected, I would highly recommend a cell booster. Here’s the one we have and have used for years!
Joe and Kathy’s Host Location – Kutztown, PA If you’re a member of Boondockers Welcome, this is a great choice! Any size rig, and plenty of room.
Want to check out all the amazing hidden gems we found in Pennsylvania? Click the button below to be taken to our Off The Beaten Path in Pennsylvania blog post!
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Don’t forget! This list will be updated quite often as we travel. Please check back often, share with friends, and bookmark this page. Also, we’d love to have you share your favorite RV camping places with us too!
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