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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in Pennsylvania’s Great Lakes

The cool and calm of Lake Erie may not have much contact with the state of Pennsylvania, but the state doesn’t waste any bit of coastline. It is packed with as much fun to see, do, and experience as you could want in a camping adventure.

Presque Isle State Park is where you get the Lake Erie seashore. Eleven designated beaches are in this park, with chances to swim, boat, fish, picnic, play, and lie out in the sun. If you’re a camper who is in it for the birds, then Presque Isle is where you want to be; named one of the best birdwatching regions in all of America, you can see the migration of waterfowl, shorebirds, and warblers, with more than 339 species.

If you’re camping at the Lake Erie seashore (or heading out on a boat) get ready for some excellent fishing. The most common caught fish in Lake Erie itself are perch, bass, walleye, trout and steelhead, but if you get in closer to the bay you’ll find panfish, mukellunge, Northern pike, crappies and smelt, too. The most popular fishing spots are Waterworks and the Ferry Docks, the East and West piers, Perry Monument, North Pier, and all boat landings.

And while camping in the Great Lakes region, don’t be afraid to take some side trips inland--Pennsylvania boasts some great wineries in Hermitage and North East, as well as breweries in North East and Jamestown.

For a trail that you can’t miss (and is totally accessible by ATV or horseback) campers can’t miss Hell’s Hollow Wildlife Adventure Trail for beaver dams, wild turkeys, eagles, and historic buildings that go back to 1824.

The Great Lakes region of Pennsylvania is a wonderful camping adventure, especially if you love the water (and love pulling fish out of the water). It’s a can’t miss destination.

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