Campsites at Benner's Campground

Benner's Campground has all the normal campground sites:

  • Tent sites - the tent sites range from the total primitive with not hook ups to ones with water, electricity.  Many, if not all of the tent sites, are shaded with nice trees, that way you wont bake in the hot summer sun.  There are also group tent sites available for that larger get together.
  • Cabin rentals - these range from simple sheds with bunks to fully decked out cabins, trailers and RVs.  In most cases the guest does still need to provide their own linen.
  •  Trailer sites - these sites are available with full hookups.

Cabin for rent at Benner Campground

Cabin rental at Benner Campground
Credit: Allen Stoner

Other amenities at Benner Campground

There are quite a few other activities available right at Benner Campground.  There are lots of things for kids to do right on site while the parents kick back and relax by the pool.

  • Swimming PoolMini golf at Benner's CampgroundCredit: Allen Stoner
  • Kiddie Pool
  • Miniature Golf
  • Horse Shoes
  • Playground
  • Volleyball
  • Basketbal
  • Fishing Pond
  • Wagon Rides
  • Game Room

 Along with all the fun stuff there's also more rudimentary services available.

  • Laundromat
  • Store with: Ice, Groceries,Snacks, Camping Supplies

Venture off the campground for adventures in nature

The area around Benner Campground offers many things to see and do

Laurel Caverns is a large natural cave featuring many large caverns.  They offer an upper cave tour which is more accessible and easier as well as a full blown spelunking trip that takes close to four hours and has it's own guide.  Be sure to bring a couple flashlights and sturdy shoes for this adventure.

White water rafting is a big attraction in this area of southwestern PA.  The Upper Yough offers class IV and V whitewater rafting.  The Lower and Middle Yough offer a somewhat tamer rafting experience, but depending on water levels may be as high as level IV rapids.  Check with the folks at Benner's Campground as their guests get discounts at many of the whitewater rafting companies.

There is also plenty of other nature to enjoy.  Hiking, biking and horseback riding are all available in the area.  Being on the western edge of the Alleghany Mountains there are some spectacular look outs.  Be sure to bring a camera along with plenty of batteries.

Fishing and hunting in some of the areas rivers and PA State Gamelands offer some of natures bounty to the fisher or hunter.

Adventures in Civilization

Stockade at Fort NecessityFort NecessityCredit: Allen Stoner is one of the few, if only, National Parks solely dedicated to the French and Indian War.  It's not a large park so it wont take a lot of time, unless you take advantage of some of their hiking trails.  The stockade is a rebuilt one as the original was burned down after the battle.

The National Historic Road - built by George Washington to open up the region to settlers and keep them trading with the British.  Today Rt 40 follows some of the same route as the National Historic Road.

Fallingwater - Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece that demonstrates the harmony that can exist between buildings and nature.

Skiing and golf will allow the visitor to enjoy some of the great outdoors of the Ohiopyle region, just in different seasons.

For those bad weather days, or for someone that just doesn't like the outdoors, there are several antique shops and craft stores in the area.

Enjoy your stay at Benner's Campground

Benner's campground also has pavilions to rent for group gatherings.  The folks at Benner's campground also plan and know of many local events.

Bring your tent, bring you sleeping bag, bring your adventurous spirit and enjoy your stay!