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Presque Isle State Park & Camping at a KOA in McKean PA
Pre-start your July Fourth holiday by camping and spending time in Presque Isle PA. We will be camping just south of interstate 90 at a KOA camp ground in a section called Frog Meadow. We will have this section just for our group. Their are ten tent sites @ one tent per site and two people per tent. Cost is $40 per night, per tent or $20.00 per person per night. Three night stay is required due to the holiday week. I am holding these sites for seven days. Please be sure to make your reservation ASAP !!! by calling[masked] and ask for Joe or Sue. Tell them you are part of the Whynot Adventures. They will not allow me to book all the sites under my name. They need to be booked individually. I have site # M1, M2 & M3. I have stayed at this camp ground and it is very nice and does not have tent on top of tent as does camping at Presque Isle State Park Camp Ground. This is a car camping trip, not primitive camping. We will have showers and restrooms. If you have any questions: e-mail me at [masked] Stay Thirsty for Nature my friends.


6645 West Road · McKean, pa


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WhyNot Adventures is a social group that in various forms has been sponsoring hiking and outdoor activities of several decades. Our most frequent regularly scheduled activity is hiking on Sunday mornings beginning in October and continuing through April.

As our members have multiple interests including biking, kayaking and camping, these activities are also posted on our site, especially during our non hiking summer season.

Our Sunday Hikes begin at 9:30. Please allow yourself enough travel time to arrive, introduce yourself, and be ready to leave promptly out of consideration for those who have.

We hike rain, snow, or shine throughout the winter and spring, so dress accordingly for the conditions. Our hikes are social events but they are hikes, and though we stop frequently, they are not usually a stroll in the park. It is not always be the case, but depending on conditions, you should expect and be prepared for stream crossings, elevation gains, rough and potentially muddy trails.

Also depending on conditions and the group makeup we may have trail options of distance and difficulty. We stop and regroup during the course of the hike so none are left behind. Always let someone know if you are having difficulty.

Dogs and children who are well behaved and under control so as not to interfere or endanger others are welcome. Park regulations require dogs to be on leash. Leashes for children are optional unless behavior is a problem.

Please come prepared to enjoy the day and your fellow hikers. Many of us go to lunch together at a nearby restaurant following the hike. Food has always an important part of our group activities

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