Experience Timber Run Campground - Your Ultimate Nature Escape!


Exciting changes are on the horizon! Starting March 6, 2024, Raystown Lake/Saxton KOA officially transition as Timber Run Campground. While the ownership and the family-friendly vibe remain the same, we’re embracing a fresh, private brand with exciting new plans for our guests!

Ready for your next outdoor adventure? Join us at Timber Run Campground to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the great outdoors. Nestled in a serene, rustic setting, our campground is surrounded by lush greenery and home to diverse wildlife. Start your day with the melody of birdsong and end it under a canopy of stars against our breathtaking mountain backdrop.

Located just minutes from Raystown Lake, the historic East Broad Top Railroad, and a plethora of biking and hiking trails, Timber Run is your gateway to exploration and relaxation. Come experience the great outdoors like never before!

SITE MAP Let's Go Camping


RV Check-in: 1 PM RV Check-out: 12 PM

Cabin Check-in: 3 PM Cabin Check-out: 11AM

All sites include up to 6 guests. Additional overnight guests are $1O.OO per guest


CAMPFIRES: Keep contained at your designated fire pit

WASHING and/or REPAIRING vehicles or RVs not permitted

We’re sorry, NO EV CHARGING is permitted

FIRE PIT: Please do not place/leave unnatural material in the fire pit – eg. cigarette butts, metal cans, batteries, garbage, etc. Do not place hot materials on the picnic tables. Unnatural materials found in the fire pit or damage to the picnic table after departure are subject to a $1O.OO cleaning fee.

FAMILY PETS ARE WELCOME! Must be under your control 100% of the time outside you camper/cabin/tent and on a 6’ or shorter, non-retractable leash. Pets are not permitted inside the common buildings or inside the pool enclosure area. Always assure that your pet is secure with the AC on if you leave the campground. Please clean up after your pet. Waste bags are available throughout the park. Please supervise your pet at the dog run.

POOL: No lifeguard on duty, swim at your own risk.

JUMP PAD: Please review and observe all posted rules. No rough play.

ACCIDENTS: Please report to staff immediately. In case of emergency, phone is located beside office door.


RATES INCLUDE ONE VEHICLE PER SITE: Please see office for additional vehicles, boats and trailers.

QUIET HOURS: 11 PM – 8 AM Please assure outside music is turned off and talking/noise is kept to the absolute minimum level. Please respect your neighbors. If you experience issues after hours, contact the office.

We here at Timber Run Campground strive to bring you a wonderful camping experience!


Our campground is your perfect hub for exploring the close by and abundant natural wonders, perfect getaways for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. What you’ll find are endless forests, serene lakes and rivers, plus meandering trails that lead to hidden waterfalls and breathtaking overlooks. Whether it’s the tranquil ambiance of a peaceful woodland stroll, birdwatching amidst diverse ecosystems, or the thrill of enjoying an authentic steam train ride, our nearby attractions cater to a myriad of pursuits.
All within 8 minutes from camp you'll find Raystown Lake. With its 12 public access areas, 8,000 lake acres, picnic areas, beaches, boat launches, trails, hunting, fishing, marina and more, it's an outdoor adventure of a lifetime.
Trough Creek State Park is a 541 acre scenic gorge formed as Great Trough Creek cuts through Terrace Mountain before emptying into Raystown Lake. Rugged hiking trails lead to wonders like Balanced Rock and Rainbow Falls.
Two spectacular crystal caverns, offering a wide variety of cave formations, including delicate crystals, sparkling stalactites, and massive flow stones, await around every turn! Tours leave every few minutes. Lincoln Caverns provide an educational and enjoyable experience while preserving the natural beauty and splendor of the caverns for future generations.
Experience the thrill of trails designed by mountain bikers and built by the International Mountain Bicycling Association. The Allegrippis Trails at Raystown Lake is a premier single-track mountain biking trail system located in the Eastern United States. The 24 trails in the system were designed and built to provide sustainable trails for a variety of human uses including mountain biking, hiking, trail running, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
So many hikes! Standing Stone Trail has the unique “Thousand Steps” section up Jacks Mountain. The Lower Trail, Huntingdon & Broad Top Trail rails-to-trails, or Flag Pole Hill trails all have well-maintained interconnected trails that provide a safe and peaceful environment for walkers, joggers and cyclists.
Experience America's rail past in the heart of Central Pennsylvania. Schedule a ride back in time with the EBT, a monument to early railroading and our industrial heritage.

Discover your adventure outdoors


If you are traveling on the PA TURNPIKE and you are pulling or driving an RV East to West, we’d like to suggest you drive to the Breezewood Exit #161 (I-70 East to US 30) to come to the campground. If you are traveling from the South or West, please use these same directions. Breezewood: Turn left onto US 30 W / Lincoln Hwy / S Main St. Continue to follow US 30 W / Lincoln Hwy. Take the exit toward Pennsylvania 26 N / Huntington. Merge onto State Route 1007 / Bud Shuster Bypass / Old Sand Bank Rd. Continue to follow Bud Shuster Bypass. Continue onto PA-26 N / Raystown Rd. Turn right onto PA-913 E / Raystown Rd. Continue to follow PA-913 E. Turn left onto PA-913 E / 6th St. Continue to follow PA-913 Turn left onto Little Valley Rd.** Raystown Lake KOA is 2 hours west of Harrisburg, 2.5 hours east of Pittsburgh and 2.5 hours north of Washington D.C.


Directions to the campground (east to west) from the Pennsylvania Turnpike FORT LITTLETON – MCCONNELLSTOWN / MOUNT UNION EXIT 180 (US 522) (proceed to the Breezewood Exit if you are driving or towing a camper, RV or boat – see directions above). After you pay the toll, proceed to the stop sign and turn left onto Rt. 522 South. Drive 1.1 miles and bear right onto Rt. 475 North (Hint: sign says “Hustontown 4 miles). Drive 4.9 miles. Rt. 475 N turns into 655 North. Continue on 655 North. Drive 11.7 miles, bear left onto 913 West where you will see a green sign that says Saxton – 17 miles. Continue on 913 West, turn right (Robertsdale) at the stop sign and continue on 913 West. As you enter Middletown, watch for brown road signs that say “Lake Raystown Resort and Trough Creek State Park”. At 25.3 miles, look for a blue street sign that says “Little Valley Road”. Turn right onto Little Valley Road. Follow Little Valley Road and continue 2.4 miles. The campground is on your left.