Speed limit in the Campground is limited to 5 MPH!
Check in time 6:00 PM
Check out time 5:00 PM
All ATV, MX, SXS, and all other OHV are required to wear a helmet at all times!
Trailhead Campground is just that, a campground. We are not a riding facility! Remember we a family friendly Campground. No one wants to have stones thrown on their children, their camper, or any other property. Power slides, hole shots, wheelies, racing, and any other movement of your OHV that is beyond 1st gear idle will not be tolerated and are grounds for immediate dismissal for the campground without refund.
To guarantee your campsite, full payment is required at the time you make your reservation. Make your online reservations anytime, day or night, at www.trailheadcampground.com. You'll receive a confirmation email from the campground once you complete your reservation.
Need to Cancel? If you need to cancel your reservation, please call, or use the website. Text and email notifications of cancellations are not acceptable. See below for more details on cancelations.
- 8 Days before your reservation to receive a full refund, minus a $5.00 admin fee.
- 7-3 Days before check in time refund minus the first night.
- 48 hours before check in time no refund.
- Pavilion, Concert Venues, or Lodges & Unique Accommodations: These units may have special deposit and cancellation requirements.
- Long term reservations: Must be paid in full, and in advance of your check in time. No refunds. Metered services must be paid by the 15th of each month.
Holidays and special events may have special deposit and/or cancellation requirements. Special conditions may apply during high-demand periods and special events. Please check campground schedule.
- · Speed Limit - is 5 MPH in ENTIRE CAMPGROUND. Please keep our children safe!
- · Trailhead Campground is not Part of the AOAA! If you wish to use the trails at the AOAA, you are required to register with the AOAA and purchase a pass at the AOAA Office. The AOAA has posted hours that differ from the Campground.
- · Trailhead Campground is just that, a campground. We are not a riding facility! Remember we a family friendly Campground. No one wants to have stones thrown on their children, their camper, or any other property. Power slides, hole shots, wheelies, racing, and any other movement of your OHV that is beyond 1st gear idle will not be tolerated and are grounds for immediate dismissal for the campground without refund! THIS RULE IS STRICLY ENFORCED!
- · Campground to AOAA traffic must enter and exit thru the main driveway! No other trail access is approved at this time. Anyone entering the AOAA trail system after hours, or without an AOAA pass, or thru any other means, will be in violation of the law and subject to criminal prosecution. As well as being banned from both the AOAA and Trailhead Campground.
- · Helmets – Anyone operating a non DOT manufactured vehicle, is required to wear a helmet at all times. This rule also applies to “dual sport motorcycles” and all OHVs
- · OHVs – are defined as any motor driven vehicle designed for Off Highway Use. ATV, UTV, SXS (side by side) MX, Dirt bike, Sand rail, Dune Buggy, golf cart, etc. DO NOT USE your OHV as a mode of transportation within the campground.
- OHV Traffic is limited for travel from your campsite to the AOAA parking lot ONLY! Do not use your OHV for travel around the campgrounds. All OHVs must be parked in your site by 10:00 PM!!
- · Quiet Time - is 10:00 PM to 8:00 AM Daily. Holiday weekends are 11:00 PM - 8:00 AM. All children must be with parents at campsite by 10:00 PM. Radios at TVs should not be heard beyond your site. No loud gatherings or parties at your site. There are areas available for large gatherings, inquire with management. Please be considerate of your neighbors.
- · Camp Fires - must be in the rings provided. NEVER leave a fire unattended and extinguish before turning in for the night or leaving campground. NO PALLETS, Construction lumber!!!
- · Children - Parents are responsible for children at all times. Please do not leave children unattended.
- · Pets - are permitted at site. All dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. Please clean up after your pet. Do not leave animals unattended.
- · Alcohol Policy - PA legal drinking age is 21 - this law will be enforced. Alcohol is not permitted in any common areas. DO NOT take alcohol to the AOAA! DO NOT have any alcoholic drinks before riding at the AOAA! PA Law – You can be charged with a DUI anywhere in Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, not just on the streets. This includes on a bicycle.
- · Firearms & Fireworks - are PROHIBITED in campground. This includes all types of guns, BB guns, paintball guns, etc. Fireworks are not permitted.
- · Disruptive Behavior - If the police are called by the management or another camper, due to disruptive behavior, this camper or campers will be immediately required to leave the campground. This includes Seasonal Campers, with the seasonal agreement becoming void. There will be no refunds to any person in this situation. Please do not put yourselves and management in this situation.
- · Insurance/Theft - We are not responsible in the case of theft of RV or contents thereof; nor for any damage caused by natural causes (i.e. tree falling); nor for spoilage of refrigerator/freezer foods due to loss of electricity. All activities in the campground are done at the individual’s free will and Trailhead Campground, nor SKS Solution Services, LLC, will not be responsible for injury to guests or for loss of money/valuables of any kind.
- · Visitors - All visitors must leave the campground by 9:00 PM. You are responsible for the behavior and actions of visitors at your site.
- · No Smoking - in any/all buildings and restrooms. This is PA law.
- · Office/Store - Hours are posted on door. Vary by season.
- · Restrooms - Please removed all personal items from restrooms. Any articles left in restroom will be disposed of when restroom is cleaned. Restrooms always open except for cleaning.
- · Wood - is for sale at office. There is NO cutting of standing trees or branches permitted on campground or neighbor’s property. Feel free to cut and burn any trees and branches that are laying on the ground. PA state law bans moving any type of wood from other states due to insects.
- · Trash - you can dispose of your trash at the dumpster in the parking lot. Anyone leaving garbage in their site will not be allowed to return to Trailhead Campground.
- · Water Usage - Washing of cars, OHVs and RVs is prohibited. Trailhead Campground’s water has to be trucked in, keep this in mind. You are asked to fill your Camper before you come to campground.
- · Closed Areas – There are sections of the Campground that are closed at certain times. DO NOT enter these areas! This is for your own safety!
Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area (AOAA) General Information
1. All visitors to the AOAA must check-in at the Welcome Center before using the area.
· All trail users must have a valid AOAA Permit.
· IF YOU ARE STAYING AT THE TRAILHEAD CAMPGROUND YOU WILL BE GIVING A CAMPGROUND PASS WHEN YOU BUY YOUR RIDING PASS. IT WILL NEED TO BE RETURNED TO BEFORE YOU CHECKOUT OF THE CAMPGROUND. IT MUST BE DISPLAYED ON YOU (PINNED) SO WE CAN SEE IT. THIS WILL GIVE YOU ACCESS BACK TO THE CAMPGROUND
· THE AOAA RULE APPLY TO CAMPGROUND AS WELL. YOU MUST OFF TRAIL & BACK TO YOUR CAMPSITE WHEN THE AOAA CLOSES ITS GATES. Failure to comply with AOAA rules, regulations and safe operating procedures may result in arrest, fines, temporary or permanent banning from using the facility.
2. All riders and passengers must complete and sign the liability waiver.
3. At least one person in each riding group must have a charged and working cell phone in their possession.
· GPS or location smart phone app recommended (ex: MAPLETS , MAPRIKA app).
4. No alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs on the AOAA property.
5. Firearms or weapons of any kind are prohibited except during hunting seasons.
6. Parking is permitted in designated areas only.
7. Stay on marked trails. Stay within the posted area of the AOAA.
· Expect oncoming traffic and always be courteous and utilize proper trail etiquette.
8. Camping is not permitted on AOAA property.
9. TREAD LIGHTLY and be respectful of other users.
· Pack it in- Pack it out. Remove all litter.
ATV and MOTORCYCLE:
1. Everyone must wear an approved helmet and protective eye wear (goggles, face shield, glasses, etc.).
2. Wear protective footwear---no open toes or sandals permitted.
3. Recommended rider gear ---gloves, chest protector, long pants and long sleeve shirts.
4. No passengers unless the unit is manufactured for the driver and a passenger.
5. All riders are required to be in groups of 2 (two) or more.
SIDE-BY-SIDE UTILITY VEHICLE (UTV):
1. Everyone must wear an approved helmet and protective eye wear (goggles, face shield, glasses, etc.).
2. The number of passengers carried on a side-by-side utility type vehicle shall be limited by the number of manufacturer installed seat belts or as approved by an AOAA official.
3. All riders must keep their hands, arms, feet, head and legs inside the vehicle at all times during operation.
4. Units should be equipped with Roll-Over Protection System from the manufacturer or a suitable alternate.
5. Machines must be equipped with manufacturer seat belts and must be in good working order.
FULL-SIZE VEHICLES SAFETY REQUIREMENTS:
All full-size vehicles must have the following:
- Proper roll-over protection to include the passengers.
- Battery tie down (no bungee cords).
- Seat belts for everyone in the vehicles, fire extinguisher and trash bag for liquid spills.
- At least one tow point (example: tow hook or receiver hitch)
- Front and rear tow points are mandatory for the harder trails along with a winch and locker.
1. Starting or maintaining a fire except in a designated fire pit, grill or stove.
2. Damaging or removing, in whole or in part, a living or dead tree, shrub or plant.
3. Damaging, or removing rock, shale, sand, clay, soil or other mineral product, natural object or material.
4. Feeding wildlife.
5. Dumping, litter, trash, refuse, garbage, bottles, or pollutants.
6. Disorderly conduct of any kind.
Failure to comply with AOAA rules, regulations and safe operating procedures may result in arrest, fines, temporary or permanent banning from using the facility. A full set of official rules are available at the Trailhead. All official rules must be followed.