Susquehannock Campground is named in honor of the last Native American Tribe believed to have camped at the nearby Sheep Rock Shelter. This 25 acre campground on a peninsula extending from the western shore of Raystown Lake is about seven miles above the dam.
The campground has 61 sites, mostly shaded by hardwood trees, and some on the shore of Raystown Lake. All 61 sites are reservable at least 3 days in advance, unreserved sites are first-come-first-served. View the check availability link on this page for more details.
Although Susquehannock can accommodate a pop-up camper, there are no RV hookups in the sites. Water is centrally located from a hand-pump well, and restroom facilities are composting latrines. Showers are available at Seven Points Campground for Susquehannock Campers.

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13193 Bakers Hollow Road, Hesston PA