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Susquehannock Camp Site

Susquehannock Campground is located near the north-central area of the lake near mile marker seven.  Classified as a primitive campground, Susquehannock is a great place to get away from it all and still be within short driving distance of civilization. 

 

 

Each site is different, but in general Susquehannock offers:

● Non-electric sites ● Lake views
● Pit toilets   ● Mostly shaded sites
● No showers ● Drinking water access
● Unimproved sites ● Hiking & biking trail access
● Waterfront sites

● Near Susquehannock amenities

 

 

Unimproved Sites. Sites do not have a defined living or tent pad.  A level area is provided, but sizes may vary.  Many sites do not accommodate a camping unit larger than a tent or small pop-up trailer.  Each site includes a picnic table and fire ring.

 

Waterfront Sites.  Waterfront sites (designated with the ““ in the map above) are located within 10 to 30 feet of the shoreline.

Drinking Water Access.  A water hydrant provides the only source of drinking water in the campground located near the entrance station.

Hiking & Biking Trails.  The Allegrippis Trail system can be accessed from a road crossing about 100 yards uphill from site 1.

Near Seven Points. Susquehannock campers have access to all Seven Points day-use areas including showers at the Seven Points Beach Shower House, a short 15 minute drive away.

Reserve A Site

     A reservation is highly recommended to guarantee a site in this popular area.  All Susquehannock campsites are reservable. This campground closes after Labor Day each year. 

     Reservations can only be made through the National Recreation Reservation Service.  Visit them online at www.recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777.

     There is no cost to make a reservation, but fees do apply for changes, cancellations and no-shows.  Reservations can be made as early as six months in advance of your stay and as late as four days prior to your stay.

Fees & Payments

     Payment for reservations must be made at the time of booking through www.recreation.gov or 877-444-6777. There are no first-come first serve sites at this location. 

Susquehannock campsites are $16.00-$20.00 per night depending on size/location
Waterfront campsites are $20 per night.  Reference the campground map at the top of this page for “waterfront” site designation.

 Golden Age/Access or America The Beautiful Senior/Access discounts are applicable to campsite fees. Cardholders must present their discount card at check-in to be eligible for discount. Discounts are only applied to a single campsite. Group discounts are not available unless separate cardholders are occupying every camping unit. To learn more about discount cards available to seniors and persons with disabilities click here.

Check In

Campers must check in at the Susquehannock Entrance Station before occupying a campsite.  Operating hours vary depending upon the season.  If the Entrance Station is closed upon your arrival please follow the procedures posted on the station window.

 

A convenient pull-up window allows campers to register without ever leaving the driver's seat.

Campers should be prepared to provide their registration number and name to the attendant.

Visitors wishing to visit a registered camper will need to check-in at the Entrance Station to receive a Visitor's Pass.

At check-in, campers receive vehicle and site permits granting access into the campground, a copy of our campground rules and a trash bag. Normally check-in only takes 5 minutes, but at peak times (weekends and holidays) campers should be prepared for longer lines and limited space at the Entrance Station parking lot.

 

Rules & Tips

  Knowing the rules and planning ahead will help you save a lot – time, stress, money and maybe a life! Plan before you go and get the most out of your vacation!

Susquehannock Campground is subject to all rules and regulations defined in CFR Title 36 Section 327, but a summary of campground rules is provided at check-in.


To make your camping trip hassle free here are a few tips that will help you plan a truly enjoyable vacation.

  • To guarantee a campsite, make a reservation.

  • Due to terrain and vegetation, many sites cannot accommodate larger trailers or RVs.  Specific site information regarding size, shade, proximity to water and other amenities is available at the reservation website.

  • Parking can be tight and not all sites can accommodate more than one vehicle. Encourage carpooling or plan ahead to park in an overflow area.    

  • Want to camp in Susquehannock, but still have a hot shower?  Susquehannock campers have free access to the Seven Points beach change house showers just a 15 minute drive away.

  • For the latest lake news and events grab a copy of Currents, our weekly newsletter available at check-in or the Visitor Center.