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Keystone State Park

United States


Brochure InfoThe 1,200-acre Keystone State Park is great for day-trips and family vacations year-round. Camping, modern cabins, many trails and a lake are all within walking distance, providing an ideal setting for wildlife watching or outdoor adventures. The park is within easy driving distance from the Pittsburgh metropolitan area, the Laurel Highlands and their many attractions.Brochure Info - RecreationThe 78-acre Keystone Lake has warm and cold water fishing. A fishing area by the spillway is ADA accessible. Fishing is prohibited at the beach, causeway, boat launch and mooring areas.The park offers a variety of trails open year-round for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. All trails have easy access with parking available at the trailheads. Stone Lodge Trail is a 1.4 mile, steep loop that winds through hardwoods up to ridge top conifers. Davis Run Trail is a 2.5-mile trail. Lake Side Trail is a 2-mile loop around the lake. McCune Run Trail is a short hike to a beaver pond and wetland area. Pine Trail is a short loop trail through a red pine and white pine plantation.Lake Side Trail is excellent for bikes of all types. This 2-mile, level trail loops around the lake on park roads and walkways. Mountain bikes must stay on park roads or gravel walkways. All other trails are foot-traffic only.Ice fishing, ice skating, sledding and cross-country skiing are popular when conditions permit. The day use area of the park and the cabins provide excellent opportunities for winter sports.Brochure Info - Facilities and RestrictionsA public boat launching ramp and mooring area are on the north shore by the breast of the dam.Key InfoPermit Conditions: 1. No more than one family unit or five unrelated persons per campsite. Other facilities are limited to the maximum occupancy for the facility (i.e. beds in cabins) for non-family guests. Note: Family Unit-Persons living under one household. 2. Occupant shall include at least one person 18 years of age or older. 3. Noise or conduct which could interfere with the sleep of other persons is prohibited between 9 p.m. and 8 a.m. 4. Before vacating the facility/site, occupants shall clean and properly dispose of waste. 5. Visitors are permitted only between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. 6. This permit may not be assigned or transferred. 7. Alcoholic Beverages are prohibited. 8. Failure to abide by Pennsylvania State Park Rules and Regulations. 9. For cabins,/yurts/camping cottages removal of tables, beds or other furnishings from the facility are prohibited. 10. For cabins/yurts/camping cottages, tents, camping trailers and recreation vehicles are not permitted in the area. 11. Pets are only permitted in designated areas. Overnight guest with pets must reserve designated facilities. Violations: Violations of park rules and regulations or violations of a condition of this permit could result in any or all of the following consequences: 1. The permit may be revoked. This would mean that the occupants would be required to vacate the facility immediately. 2. The occupants may be required to leave the park. 3. The occupants may be cited for violations of park rules and regulations, a summary offense. 4. The occupants are responsible for any loss or damages to furnishings, fixtures, equipment, or facilities that occur during or due to their occupancy. The office is open Mon - Fri year round from 8 am to 4 pm, except state holidays. During the summer season the office is open Fri & Sat and holidays from 8 am to 8 pm and Sun 8 am to 4 pm.Important Information for Daily EntranceDirectionThe park is in Derry Township, Westmoreland County, three miles from the intersection of PA 981 and US 22. The park office is on SR 1018 (Keystone Park Road). The campground and cabins are on Stone Lodge Road and can be reached from Slag Road (T 860).Booking Window Product InfoFee Cancellation DescPlease read our Fees and Cancellation Policies

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