DuBois / Treasure Lake KOA

DuBois, Pennsylvania

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The wandering shoreline and waters of Treasure Lake await campers at this expansive new KOA with more than 200 campsites and 23 Cabins. Enjoy a heated outdoor pool and a playground at the campground. You'll also have community access to many amenities, including two 18-hole golf courses and three beaches! Go fishing (license required) or play volleyball, basketball and tennis. Dine at the Lakeview Lodge restaurant (seasonal), often with special events/live music. With two lodges and out-door pavilions, this is a great location for family reunions, weddings and conferences. Seasonal events include a huge July Fourth celebration. Enjoy the area's scenic drives and state parks. Explore the vast Allegheny National Forest, crisscrossed with trails for hikers, mountain bikers and ATV enthusiasts, along with paddling routes on the National Wild & Scenic Allegheny River. Open all year (weather permitting); limited lodging off-season. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 99 feet.


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