Kettle Creek State Park RV & Campground Guide


Wake up before dawn during your visit to Kettle Creek State Park — the early alarm is well worth the chance to stand on the silent shores of Kettle Creek Lake and take in the views of the misty mountains that rise on all sides. The rest of the day brings plenty of fun: Kayak across the reservoir, hike high into the hills overlooking the water or challenge yourself on the mountain biking trails that snake through the trees. When the snow falls, locals and visitors head to the park for a range of winter sports. No matter when you visit, Kettle Creek State Park offers a relaxing getaway. It's located in a remote part of north-central Pennsylvania, about 15 miles from the small town of Renovo and 70 miles from Williamsport, ensuring year-round peace and quiet.

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Spring 30-70 F
Summer 55-80 F
Fall 30-70 F
Winter 15-35 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Kettle Creek State Park

Prepare for the ever-changing weather at Kettle Creek State Park by bringing an RV. That way, you can explore the wilderness in any condition knowing that there's a warm, dry haven waiting for you in camp. Don't have an RV? An RV rental from RVshare is an easy way to upgrade your campsite and create fun family memories.

Kettle Creek State Park Campgrounds

Enjoy easy access to all of the park's activities at one of the two Kettle Creek State Park Campgrounds. Both the Lower Camp and the Upper Camp are located near the water, so swimming and fishing are only a few steps away. Enjoy modern bathrooms and warm showers in the camp bathrooms, and take advantage of your site's fire ring and picnic table for outdoor dining. Some sites offer electric hookups, and RVs are welcome; book as early as possible to get a larger site. The camping season here runs from the beginning of April to October at the Upper Camp or December at the Lower Camp. Sites start at $30 per night.

Quiet Oaks Campground

For full hookups, head to the lovely Quiet Oaks Campground. It's located about 12 miles northeast of Kettle Creek State Park, so you can make the drive quickly. Spread out over 100 acres, this campground offers 15/30/50 amp electric service and water hookups at most RV sites, plus a variety of spots with water, electricity, and sewer. With its well-maintained roads, getting in and out is a breeze. A small bathhouse offers hot showers, and there's a cafe on the grounds for light meals. Close to your site, you can watch wildlife or indulge in a bit of fishing, ATV riding, and hiking. Sites with full hookups range from $25-45 per night, and primitive sites cost $17 per night. Ask about discounts for longer stays.

Ole Bull State Park Campground

If the Kettle Creek State Park campground is full, head to the Ole Bull State Park Campground for a similar experience. With amenities including picnic tables, fire rings, and electric hookups, this family-friendly campground is a relaxing spot for RVs. There's a dump station on site as well as modern bathrooms and showers. The campground is open from early April to mid-November, with some sites that are open all year. Close to your RV, you can swim from the sandy beach on the banks of Kettle Creek, explore the hills on a bike or by foot, and try your luck at fishing. During hunting season, head to the 25-acre hunting area to find wild game. Camping prices vary, but you can expect to pay at least $26 per night.

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What to Do at
Kettle Creek State Park

Inside Kettle Creek State Park

Bring your hiking shoes and sporting equipment to Kettle Creek State Park; the best way to experience the park is by getting active. In the summer, cool off with a dip in the reservoir or relax on the sandy beach. Explore the rugged shoreline aboard a kayak, paddleboard, or sailboat; you can also use a boat with an electric motor. If you're camping in the state park campground, you can dock your boat for free. A sizable trail network runs through the hills, offering opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking. In the winter, bring gear for sledding, ice fishing, and cross-country skiing.

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How to Get to
Kettle Creek State Park

The easiest way to get to Kettle Creek State Park in an RV is to take Highway 120 to the tiny village of Westport. From there, turn north on Kettle Creek Road. Allow plenty of time; the road winds through the mountains, so it can be slow going in a motorhome.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Kettle Creek State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Kettle Creek State Park?

Kettle Creek State Park is open from sunrise to sunset every day of the year. Summer is a popular time to visit this scenic park, as it offers many recreational opportunities, including hiking, camping, swimming, and boating.

What is the climate of Kettle Creek State Park?

Kettle Creek State Park has a mild climate that produces fantastic weather. Summers are warm, while winters can be cold with snowfall. Spring and autumn are good times to visit the park, with mild temperatures throughout the year.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Kettle Creek State Park?

Kettle Creek State Park is great to see wildlife like white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, and red foxes. Birdwatchers have several species to watch for in the area.

Are pets allowed at Kettle Creek State Park?

Pets are welcome at Kettle Creek State Park. However, dogs must be on a leash and given the appropriate amount of water before and afterward. In addition, keeping your pets from entering designated swimming areas where posted and away from wildlife would be best.

Is Kettle Creek State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

The Park's design provides access to people with disabilities. For example, the park has a boardwalk trail accessible by wheelchairs and an accessible campsite accommodating electric wheelchairs and scooters.