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#3071568 - Wed Jul 10 2013 02:03 PM Would you rent your camp??
FGjr Offline
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Registered: Tue Apr 07 2009
Posts: 32
Loc: Wash. Co
I'd like to rent a week at a camp somewhere in PA. Would want to go in mid January. I'm not interested in the commercial campgrounds, but rather a camp that I can live in for a week and hunt squirrel and just walk the woods.
Not sure how to proceed, but thought I'd just throw the question out there. Obviously, I would take care of the place while there and bring my own stuff.

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#3071574 - Wed Jul 10 2013 02:17 PM Re: Would you rent your camp?? [Re: FGjr]
jkhunter Offline
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Registered: Thu Dec 19 2002
Posts: 5539
Loc: Pittsburgh
Have you tried looking in to the cabin rentals at State Parks. They have both modern and rustic and they are really nice.

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#3071588 - Wed Jul 10 2013 02:51 PM Re: Would you rent your camp?? [Re: FGjr]
Joe the Logger Offline
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Registered: Wed Jan 05 2011
Posts: 3762
Loc: North Eastern,Pa
Check with Realtors in the areas you want to go to. I know there are such rentals out there. One of our state congressmen in Harrisburg had such rentals years ago, one of his bordered one of mine. He provided everything but food, you paid in advance, and after your departure someone would come clean the cabin and replace essentials. The place was almost always rented as I recall.
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#3071607 - Wed Jul 10 2013 03:21 PM Re: Would you rent your camp?? [Re: FGjr]
huntRodG Offline
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Registered: Sun Jan 31 2010
Posts: 730
Loc: Camp Longbeard Cross Fork
If you interested in the Cross Fork area, Google Troyers wagon wheel cabins. Check out the log cabin.
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#3071633 - Wed Jul 10 2013 03:51 PM Re: Would you rent your camp?? [Re: FGjr]
Brad from Potter Offline
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Loc: Galeton, PA
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#3071664 - Wed Jul 10 2013 04:28 PM Re: Would you rent your camp?? [Re: FGjr]
Z7 ASSASIN Offline
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Registered: Wed Jan 12 2011
Posts: 722
Loc: SWPA/ CROSS FORK, PA
Here is another place if you are interested in the cross fork area.

http://www.kettlecreeklodge.com/cabins.html

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#3071670 - Wed Jul 10 2013 04:42 PM Re: Would you rent your camp?? [Re: Z7 ASSASIN]
FGjr Offline
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Registered: Tue Apr 07 2009
Posts: 32
Loc: Wash. Co
Thanks for all of the information. I'll start checking into everything when I get home tonight.

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#3071689 - Wed Jul 10 2013 05:18 PM Re: Would you rent your camp?? [Re: FGjr]
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Loc: Tidioute, PA.
Try Howard Hanna in Tionesta. When I was looking for a place there was a realtor there by the name of Marty Taugner who rented out cabins. I believe all were furnished and all you needed to bring was food and maybe afew other things. Most were located in the ANF. Phone number for office- 814-755-3518.

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#3071698 - Wed Jul 10 2013 05:43 PM Re: Would you rent your camp?? [Re: jkhunter]
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Originally Posted By: jkhunter
Have you tried looking in to the cabin rentals at State Parks. They have both modern and rustic and they are really nice.


This is a good way to go. They are nice and very reasonably priced.
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#3071711 - Wed Jul 10 2013 06:07 PM Re: Would you rent your camp?? [Re: FGjr]
blueridgehunter Offline
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Loc: westmoreland /camp forest coun...
cooks forest state park has some real nice rustic cabins that is available in the winter months!
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