Lake Raystown


A great family camping resort

In 1974 The Army Corp of Engineers began The Raystown Lake Project as flood control for the Susquehanna Valley. The dam is 225 feet high and over 1,700 feet long. It is located 21 miles north from Lake Raystown Resort, Lodge & Conference Center. The result is Pennsylvania's largest man made lake, and best place to enjoy fishing, boating, water sports and everything mother nature has to offer.

In business since 1984, Lake Raystown Resort, Lodge & Conference Center is Central Pennsylvania’s top destination for family fun. As a family owned and operated resort, we continue to provide affordable family vacations. What began as a small Army Corp run campground, has now grown into a Resort with overnight accommodations to fit every family's needs and budget. Our 221, star rated, campsites have water, electric, and cable hook-ups and are unmatched in proximity to the lake. Imagine being able to bring the catch of day right to your mooring post in front of your campsite. Bring your tent, popup, travel trailer, fifth wheel, or motor home because we have the perfect site for you.

Raystown Country is truly a four season destination with activities and adventures that appeal to the whole family. Water activities are only the beginning of your adventures. Miles of well mapped scenic hiking and biking trails, golf, antiquing, fall foliage festivals, historic railroads and railroad landmarks, Pennsylvania’s best snow skiing, and of course relaxing are just some of the activities to enjoy.

Lake Raystown Resort, Lodge & Conference Center is located in rural Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania on 400 acres of beautiful waterfront property. Raystown Lake, known as Pennsylvania's "Crown Jewel" is 28 miles long with over 8,300 acres of water and 118 miles of shoreline.

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