Address 1: 199 E Cowley Run Road
Open: Open from mid April through mid December
Open all Year: No
Number of Sites: 23
Full Hook: Yes
The 386-acre Sizerville State Park is nearly surrounded by Elk State Forest and is near the largest blocks of state forest in the state. Sizerville has many interesting recreational and natural opportunities and is a good base to explore the nearby public lands.
Camping: showers and flush toilets
The 23-site campground opens the second Friday in April and closes after deer season in December. Facilities include flush toilets, showers and a sanitary dump station. Eighteen campsites have electricity. Five walk-in tent sites offer a secluded streamside setting. The park also features a play area and outdoor amphitheater. The maximum stay in this camping area is fourteen days during the summer season and 21 days during the off-season. Campers must vacate the park for 48 hours before setting up again. Pets are not permitted in overnight areas.
Hiking – Picnicking – Swimming – Fishing – Hunting – Wildlife Watching – Cross-country Skiing – Snowmobiling – Camping