Stay the Night
Make an online reservation for French Creek State Park.
flush toilets, warm showers, some electric hook-ups
GPS DD: Lat. 40.2128 Long. -75.78184
Camping is available year-round at 47 sites. The campground has 200 wooded, modern sites that are within easy access to shower and flush toilet facilities.
More than 60 sites have electric hookups and more may be added in the future. Some sites have full service hook up, which includes:
Pets are permitted on designated campsites.
French Creek State Park Campground Map (PDF)
Free Camping for Campground Hosts
Two host positions
The campground host site amenities include 50-amp electric service. Hosts are required to be available much of the time to the public. A long-term stay is preferred. Contact the park office for additional information and availability.
Three cottages sleep five people in bunk beds, and have:
Two round, canvas- and wood-walled tents are on a wooden deck and sleep four people in two bunk beds. Yurts have:
Ten furnished, modern cabins, nestled among the hardwoods, offer a pleasant alternative to state park camping. Each cabin features:
Sleeping for six
Private bath with shower
Bring your own dishes, cookware and bedding. Cabins can be reserved year-round.
Organized Group Tenting
Qualified organized groups can camp in the rustic group tenting area April 1 through October 31. One site holds 60 people and 16 other sites each hold 30 people. Reservations are required.
To reserve a group tent campsite, call 888-PA-PARKS (888-727-2757).
Organized Group Cabin Camps
Group camps are open to organized youth and adult groups from mid-April to mid-October. These facilities include:
Camp One holds 135 people. Camp Two holds 68 people.
Advance reservations are required. Please contact the park office if you would like to reserve a group cabin camp.
An Application for Organized Group Cabin Camp Permit must be submitted to the park office. Applications are accepted after January and reservations awarded after March 1.
When submitting an application, it must be accompanied with a deposit equal to one night’s stay. The deposit is not refundable once the reservation is confirmed.
Prior to submitting your group’s application, a site visit is recommended to ensure that the site will meet your group’s needs.
Groups must provide proof of non-profit status when submitting an Application for Organized Group Cabin Camp Permit to the park office. Youth groups must have at least one responsible adult on site for every eight campers under age 18.
Organizations also must submit a roster of their campers. The Roster Form is available at the park office and must be completed prior to being issued a camping permit. The roster must list the names of all campers in the party.