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Overview of Linesville Campground

Linesville Campground is one of the camping facilities within Pymatuning State Park, a park that extends into both Pennsylvania and Ohio. Pymatuning is one of the largest state parks in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Linesville Campground, specifically, is located near the Linesville Spillway in Pennsylvania, an area that is well-known because ducks and fish vie for thrown bread, leading to the area being dubbed "where the ducks walk on the fish."

Camping Facilities

Campsites: The campground offers a range of camping options, including sites with electric hook-ups as well as non-electric sites for tent campers.

Amenities: Campers can expect amenities like modern restrooms, a shower house, and a dump station. Also available are picnic tables and fire rings at most camp sites.

Activities and Attractions

Fishing: Pymatuning Lake is a prime spot for fishing, boasting a variety of game fish including walleye, muskellunge, carp, and several types of bass and catfish.

Boating: Boating is a popular activity on the lake, and while there are horsepower restrictions to preserve the tranquility and safety of the area, boats of many types can be found on the waters.

Wildlife Viewing: The Linesville Spillway is a unique attraction and offers a chance to observe numerous waterfowl.

Hiking Trails: There are several miles of trails for hiking within Pymatuning State Park, offering peaceful walks through diverse ecosystems.

Booking and Reservations

To camp at Linesville Campground, it is highly recommended to make a reservation, especially during peak season. Reservations can typically be made up to 11 months in advance through the Pennsylvania State Parks reservation system.

Rules and Regulations

Alcohol Policy: Alcohol is prohibited in Pennsylvania state parks, including Linesville Campground.

Pet Policy: Pets are allowed at designated campsites, but owners must follow park regulations regarding leash length and waste disposal.

Quiet Hours: To ensure an enjoyable experience for all campers, quiet hours are usually enforced from 9 p.m. to 8 a.m.

Check-In/Check-Out: Specific details regarding check-in and check-out times should be confirmed at the time of reservation or by contacting the park directly.

Campfires: Only make fires in provided fire rings or pits, and never leave fires unattended.

Local Services and Supplies

Nearby towns provide amenities like grocery stores, bait shops, restaurants, and gas stations. Check out Linesville itself for local services, or slightly further afield in towns such as Meadville or Andover, OH.

Weather Considerations

The climate can vary throughout the camping season, with possible cold nights during the early spring or late fall. Summer days can be hot and humid. Always check the local weather forecasts before your trip and pack accordingly.


The park aims to provide facilities that are accessible to all visitors. Contact the park office for specific details on accessibility regarding campsites and facilities.

Contact Information

Before planning your trip, consider reaching out to the park office for the most current information:

Pymatuning State Park Office 2660 Williamsfield Road Jamestown, PA 16134 Phone: +1 724-932-3142

For reservations: Pennsylvania State Parks Reservation System Website: http://www.reserveamerica.com

Being well-informed about the facilities, rules, and local services can help ensure a successful and enjoyable camping experience at Linesville Campground in Pymatuning State Park.

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