Woodland Campsites

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  • Woodland Campsites

    Welcome to Woodland Campsites

    Accessible off the PA Turnpike, Routes 219, 30 and 31 in Somerset County, Pennsylvania and bordering Somerset Lake, Woodland Campsites has an array of affordable wooded campsites to offer campers. Our facility is equipped with electric, water and sewer hookups and a sanitary disposal station. We also have clean restrooms, heated showers, flush toilets, a laundry and campfire pits.

    In addition, our campsite is in the heart of the Laurel Highlands, a very attractive area for vacationers, recreational enthusiasts, those serious about fishing, biking, hiking, Kayaking and canoeing. Stay at Woodland Campsites, have fun, relax, recreate and enjoy the outdoors with the family.


    Woodlands Campsites offers many activities. This includes the following facilities:

    • Fishing on Somerset Lake
      (PA Fishing License Required)
    • Miniature Golf
    • Swimming Pool (free)
    • Playground
    • Electric Hookups
    • Water Hookups
    • Sewer Hookups
    • Wooded Campsites
    • Pavilion & Rec. Room
    • Picnic Tables
    • Campfire Pits
    • Sanitary Disposal Station
    • Candy Store
    • Firewood, Ice
    • Clean Restrooms
    • Heated Showers
    • Flush Toilets
    • Laundry

    Planned activities are scheduled throughout the summer
    from Memorial Day through Labor Day.


    The region surrounding our campground contains many exciting attractions and is rich with history and recreation. We’re certain you will enjoy these interesting and exciting places.

    • Seven Springs and Hidden Valley Resorts
    • Ride bikes and hike the Great Allegheny Passage Rails to Trails
    • Kayak, canoe or raft the Youghiogheny River
    • Explore Laurel Caverns
    • See Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater
    • Have fun at Idlewild Park
    • Visit Flight 93 Memorial Site and the
      Quecreek Miners’ Rescue Site
    • Enjoy the races at Jennerstown Speedway
    • Shop at Rockwood Mill Shoppes & Opera House
    • Taste the “fruits” of Glades Pike Winery
    • Explore the Johnstown Flood Museum and
      Somerset Historical Center
    • Attend the Farmer and Thresherman’s Jubilee
    • Hike Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail
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