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Cherry Springs State Park - Recreation - Camping, Picnicking, and Trails
... The park has 30 camping sites which can each accommodate a tent, or a recreational vehicle (RV) up to 30 feet (9.1 m) long ... The camping area, which is southeast of Pennsylvania Route 44, is open from April to December and does not accept reservations ... The park has two modern latrines, one in the camping area and the other at the Astronomy Field ...
EAA AirVenture Oshkosh - Daily Highlights - Camping
... Each campsite is 20x30 feet and are available for vehicle or tent camping ... While reservations are not necessary, because camping space has never run out, 2010 is the first year EAA is offering advance-purchase camping ... The price for fly-in camping is the same as the Camp Scholler prices ...
Elizabeth Furnace Recreation Area
... The Elizabeth Furnace Recreation Area, located in George Washington National Forest just north of Fort Valley, Virginia, consists of three main areas the group camping area, the picnic area and ... The group camping area, located at 38°55′57″N 78°19′16″W / 38.932424°N 78.321168°W / 38.932424 -78.321168, includes fire rings and open pit ... The picnic area, located at 38°55′48″N 78°19′40″W / 38.929953°N 78.327906°W / 38.929953 -78.327906, includes picnic tables, open pit toilets, open fields, access to several well ...

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