This was our second camping trip to Black Moshannon State Park. We stayed 4 nights and would have been happy to extend the trip!
We stayed in a rustic cabin (number 12) with our two daughters (5, 1). We were charmed by the size and shape of the cabin. Upon entering the cabin you were in a (relatively) large main room with a food burning stove, bench, table and chairs and partial kitchen (fridge, counter, stove and microwave). To the left of the main room was a set of twin size bunk beds, around the corner from that was a set of double bed bunk beds. This arrangement created a sense of privacy while sleeping and helped prevent the girls from waking each other in the middle of the night. Since 12 was on the end, we felt like we had sufficient privacy but I could imagine feeling crowded during the height of the season. I was especially impressed with how impeccably clean the cabin and the campground bathrooms were. The staff at the park were conscientious and meticulous.
We went on several short hikes including the bog trail (which the 1 year old did herself), the Star Mill Trail (which the 5 year old did but the one year old stuck to her carrier) and another by the camp store. We also had adult bikes and a trailer for the kids-- the hills were tough but it was a fun and safe place for biking to trailheads and down to the lake. The beach was small but the water was fresh and clean and pleasant.
We are looking forward to coming back soon!
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