My husband and I camped here in our travel trailer for 5 nights in early June. What a great place - - quiet, secluded and peaceful! There is a 160+ acre lake, which we did not use, but drove past every day, so pretty and clean, with a nice beach area. All the campsites are very spacious, so you're not sitting right on top of one another. Although our site had electricity, there was no sewer hook-up, so be sure to fill your tanks at the water sites provided before settling in. Each site appeared to have a sturdy fire ring and a super heavy picnic table - we cooked on the fire almost daily. The bath house was extremely clean and we noticed staff making daily cleaning rounds. We left a cooler out one night, filled with Coke, Diet Gingerale and bottled water - a black bear paid us a visit that night. The area surrounding Hills Creek is beautiful - definitely go to Wellsboro - - a quaint little village with cute shops and good food - we ate at a Bagel place for lunch one day - good food. Also close by is the Rail Trail - an old railroad, now converted into a bike and horse path, well maintained and very easy biking along Pine Creek (we did 18 miles one afternoon on rented bikes). Also not to be missed is a trip to Corning, NY - - maybe 45 minutes away. The Corning Museum of Glass was a great way to spend the morning.
Also nearby is the Leonard Harrison State Park - - there is a fantastic overlook of the Grand Canyon of PA - - breath taking vistas and easy hiking trails.
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