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Rock Run is not a camping facility, we are a riding facility.  But don’t let that fool you, as we have some amazing campsites! We offer camping as a convivence for our riders.  Anyone visiting, whether riding or not, must purchase the appropriate admission for the length of the visit. If you arrive before 5:30 pm to check in, you must pay for an admission pass for that day.

We offer over 350 primitive camp sites spread out between 5 campgrounds.  You can have 1 camper OR 2 tents per site with no more than 6 people.   

Our newest campground “Clayworks” offers 16 electrified campsites with both 30 and 50 AMP hooks up only, no water or dump station. No tents are allowed in Clayworks.  The shower house opens and closes based on the weather and freezing temperatures.  We will strive to have the shower house open as early and stay open as late in the season as possible.  The shower house will close around October 1st each year.

  • Standard Camping is $15.00 a night for a group of six people unless otherwise specified in specific campgrounds.
    If you have more than 6 people you need to buy additional campsite(s) to accommodate.
  • 16 electrified campsites with both 30 and 50 AMP hooks up available at out Clayworks Campground ($35/Night) - more detail located below.
  • Shower Prices: 5 minute token - $3.00; 2-5 minute tokens $5.00

Cancellation Policy: Camping is refundable, minus processing fee, up to 24 hours prior to the day of check-in by calling the park office.  Camping will not be refunded within 24 hours of your check-in day.

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Special Event Camping prices may vary. (see each special event for details regarding any price changes).
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For special camping requirements, please contact us:
(814) 674-6026
rockrunrecreation@gmail.com

  1. Cancellation policy: Camping is refundable, minus processing fee, up to 24 hours prior to the day of check-in by calling the park office. Camping will not be refunded within 24 hours of your check-in day.
  2. Everyone entering the park must purchase a admission pass, even if you are only camping or visiting. All visitors must stop at the office to ensure admission is valid and waivers are signed.
  3. Campers will be able to check-in as early as your site is vacated, but no later than 11 AM on the morning of check-in.
  4. Check-in closes 1/2 hour prior to the park closing time at 6:30PM. If you arrive after the park closes, security will stop you in the holding lot until the park opens the following day. You are not permitted to enter the park with-out checking into the office first.
  5. Camping number must be displayed in a visible location at all times.
  6. No riding before 9am or after 7pm.
  7. Quiet time from 10pm - 8am. If using a generator please shut it off by 10pm.
  8. You must vacate your campsite by 10AM if the site is reserved by another visitor. If riding for the day, you can park in the overflow parking lot until closing time.
  9. Clean up your campsite before you leave.
  10. Please drop off camping number off at office before you leave.
  11. All other park rules apply.

Saddleback Campground

The largest of the campgrounds consisting of 237 sites. Saddleback is the campground with a view, sitting atop a large plateau with views for miles. It can accommodate tents to the largest trailers and motor homes you have. Many sites are pull through to assist you in setting up..

Saddleback Campground


Locust Grove Campground

The smallest and most private campground available at Rock Run. Consisting of only 11 sites, it's setup with only one way in and out, surrounded by trees in all sides. These sites are back in only and are best suites for tents and smaller trailers and motor homes.

Locust Grove Campground


Red Oak Campground

Sitting in a protected valley surrounded by trees, Red Oak has become a family favorite campground due to how many of the sites adjoin each other. Consisting of 40 sites, Red Oak can accommodate tents to smaller trailers and motor homes. Most sites are back in.

Red Oak Campground

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Red Oak Campground

Updated: 1/19/2018


Pine Tree Campground

Named after the nice stand of white pine trees that form one of the borders of the campground. Consisting of 33 sites, this campground can accommodate tents, smaller trailer units and motor homes. Most of the sites are bordered by woods or fields and are back in sites, with a few inside the access road that are drive through.

Pine Tree Campground

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Pine Tree Campground

Updated: 1/19/2018


Maple Grove Campground

Consisting of 42 sites, Maple Grove is located the furthest from the visitors center.  Some of the most unique sites are located in Maple Grove providing for a memorable experience.  The majority are back in sites, so tents, trailers and smaller motor homes can be accommodated.

Maple Grove Campground


Clayworks Campground

Rock Runs newest campground named after the historic "Patton Clay Works" clay pipe and brick manufacturing facility The world famous Patton Pavers could once be found under the Eiffel Tower.  You can find remnants of this by gone era located on the trails nearest this campground.  Featuring 16 electrified campsites with both 30 and 50 AMP hooks up available. These sites are 80 feet in length and approximately 30 foot wide.  All sites are pull through.

$35 per night (All vehicles must fit on driveway, No Tent Camping permitted)

Clayworks Campground

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Clayworks Campground

Updated: 3/31/2019

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