Our activities schedule begins with the First Weekend in May, and ends with the first weekend in October. See our Events Schedules for a list of our themed weekends with planned activities. Our planned activities include free crafts, ceramics program ($) Memorial Day - Labor Day, and wagon rides, kiddie train rides (on selected weekends only), and much, much more!
Camping is all about family and having fun! Join us for our themed weekends with planned activities! The events are the themed weekends and provides an over view of what's happening. The Ducky News is our Weekend activity schedule that lists when the activities are happening, what is happening, and where it's happening. Every camper is provided a written copy at check in! Make sure you get yours so you don't miss any of the fun!
Ginny will be here to teach ceramics classes most weekends($) from Memorial Day Through Labor Day Weekend, and them for Pumpkinfest and Halloween Weekends!
Ginny does charge a modest fee per piece and for materials. Prices vary by piece. There are pieces you can finish in one day!
Check our advance activities schedule at The Ducky News! It will list if there will or will not be ceramics on that given weekend. The Ducky news is published the Monday prior to the weekend on the website and lists the tentative times and places of our weekend activities. Please note, that schedule is subject to change pending weather or illness, etc.
Our swimming pool is 20 X 40. Come cool off in our refreshing clean pool! We have a newly installed solar heating system! Open each season (weather permitting) Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day.
Be a catfish hunter! Snag a large mouth bass - they all await you in our one acre lake, our 2-acre lake, and our other 4-5 small ponds. We have large and small mouth bass, catfish, bluegills, crappies, sunfish, carp, algea eaters, and more! Catch and release, please! No license is required. We pay the fee so you can fish at no charge!
Unlimited Pedal Karts, Paddle Boats, Mini Golf & Jumping Pillow (on Sat.)!
For one low price ($7.00/day, or $12/week) you can have unlimited pedal karts, paddle boats, mini golf, and Jumping pillow at the scheduled times on Saturday and Sunday! The pillow is scheduled to run on Saturdays and Sunday morning only! Please note: Pedal karts are not available on Fridays due to high check-in traffic.
Children and parents must sign liability waiver and follow rules. Failure to follow rules will result in loss of privileges without refund.
Pedal karts can by purchased at the store for $5.00/half hour and are included in the wrist band program. Several different sizes for fun for all ages! Please Note: Children under 12 require helmets and parental supervision to rent & ride the pedal karts. Pedal karts are not available on Fridays to to the high volume of check-in Traffic).
You can borrow the horseshoes at the store/office at no charge. Simply return them when you're done. Have fun! And make sure you watch for our Horse Shoe Tournaments on memorial Day, Father's Day & more!
We have a hiking trail that goes West (right) from the back of the campground beyond site 50, crosses the back of the property and comes out behind the RV's in the 400's. You're welcome to walk it at any time.
In addition in Nearby Meadville there is the Ernst Hiking & Biking Trail. The trailhead starts near the Home Depot Store. Ask us for details, if you're interested. Or Check our Links Page.
Yes, if your children or grand children have never caught fireflies or been on a snipe hunt, then it's time to bring them to Meadville KOA! Our summers are filled with fireflies in the evening. We even make bug jars for crafts (on selected Weekends or you can make your own using an empty peanut butter jar with holes punched in the lid), and we sell bug cages & nets in the camp store! You can teach your children more about fire flies.
And of Course, you your children have never been on a snipe hunt, here's what you do:
1. Give them a bag, a flashlight, and stick.
2. Look for snipe trails in the open fields near the woodlots.
3. If you find one, follow it into the wood lot.
4. Find a tree stump or log, sit on it, and wait for the snipes to come buy.
5. if a snipe comes by (they are a bird that looks like a quail), hit them with the stick, bag it, and bring it back to dad to roast over the campfire (they taste like snipes!).
Enjoy Snipe Hunting!
Last, but certainly not least, we have star gazing! And yes, there's lots of stars to gaze! NW PA is well known for it's star gazing opportunities! So don't miss all these star gazing opportunities! And oh by the way, we try to keep you aware of what's going on in the heavens in our Ducky News (Weekend Activities Schedule!)