Sunday, February 18, 2007

Overnight Camping to start at PA State Park

Visitors to Little Buffalo State Park in Pennsylvania this season will be able to camp overnight for the first time in the park's 35-year history.

In November, the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources finalized a deal to buy the privately owned 91-acre Little Buffalo Family Camping campground adjacent to the park in Juniata Twp., Perry County.

"It was the one thing that was missing from the park since its opening," Christine Novak, a spokeswoman for the department said. "Bringing camping to the park is something DCNR has wanted to do for a long time."

Visitors to the park will notice few changes to the campground, which had operated privately for 15 years, Bloom said.

The campground has space for 200 to 250 people, including one cabin that can hold up to 12, five small cottages that can hold up to five each and 40 outdoor sites, Bloom said.
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