Aitch Picnic Shelter

James Creek, Pennsylvania

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Overview

Aitch Recreation Area is located approximately near the geographic middle of Raystown Lake along the western side. The recreation area is easily accessible from US Route 26 and offers a great location for picnicking and fishing on an accessible pier.

Recreation

Lakeside fishing piers and excellent aquatic habitat makes Aitch a popular area for shoreline anglers. A boat ramp within the facility provides access to the 8,300-acre Raystown Lake, which is popular for boating, camping and fishing.

Facilities

Aitch offers one group shelter with approximately 10 tables and 20-amp electrical outlets. It is fully accessible and comfortably accommodates up to 80 people with a view of the lake.

Natural Features

Aitch is situated in a cove of Raystown Lake. Nearby access to the lake makes this shelter a great place to picnic, fish and boat.

Nearby Attractions

The area offers Aitch Boat Launch, James Creek Boat Launch, Tatman Run Recreation Area, Lake Raystown Resort, Seven Points Recreation Area and the Seven Points Marina.

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