An Allegheny Almanac
Camping In and Around
The Allegheny National Forest
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Roughing It
Dispersed, primitive
camping is allowed
year-round throughout
the 500,000 acre
Allegheny National
Forest, including
Wilderness Areas, as
long as your site is away
from organized camping
facilities and the water
and any road and you
don't stay in one place too

Allegheny National Forest
rules and regs (PDF)

Wilderness Islands
Allegheny National Forest offers
23 different campsites, some with
showers, toilets, picnic tables, and grills.

Many campsites inside the Allegheny
National Forest are managed by
Allegheny Site Management and they
offer full descriptions at
this link.

See Kinzua Dam
one of the largest in the East
State Parks
Chapman State Park and Cook Forest
State Park offer amenities you might not
find in the Allegheny National Forest.

Chapman State Park

Cook Forest State Park

Allegany State Park

Onoville Marina Camping
Photos of Dewdrop campground
Photos of Red Bridge campground
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