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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands

Camping in the Laurel Highlands gives you access to everything. Yes, it’s an outdoor wonderland with all the camping things you could want: horseback riding, biking, hiking, fishing and whitewater rafting, but there’s so much more to camping in the Laurel Highlands: music festivals and art expos and great places to eat and so much more. You’ll never want to go home.

The Laurel Highlands are home to Pennsylvania’s largest state park, Ohiopyle State Park. Here campers can conquer the Youghiogheny River either on fast-flowing, whitewater adventures, or on calm, family-friendly floats. Either one is a magical experience that will make lasting memories.

While you’re at Ohiopyle, go biking at the Great Allegheny Passage. This trail is easy for beginners as it is nearly-even all the way through, but it spans 150 miles and can make for one of the most memorable bike treks you can find in Pennsylvania. Camp along the way, or do it all in one go.

Ferncliff Peninsula is a 100-acre botanical reserve, surrounded by water and home to flora that you won’t see anywhere else in the Laurel Highlands.

But camping doesn’t mean you have to rough it, as there are so many things to see and do. Catch a show at the State Theatre Center for the Arts, visit the Westmoreland Museum of American Art or the WCT Art in the Alley installation. There’s even the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra.

And your camping dining can range from gourmet food trucks, like the Brownstone Oven to the upscale 37 Grille at Chestnut Ridge Resort. There’s even the Big Mac Museum Restaurant where you can get the iconic burger perfectly prepared 24 hours a day.

No matter what you’re looking for in a camping trip--be it hiking and biking or fine dining and evenings at the symphony--you’ll have plenty to do in the Laurel Highlands.

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