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Laurel Highlands & Alleghenies

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Burnt Cabins Grist Mill & Family Campground

582 Grist Mill Road Burnt Cabins, Pennsylvania 17215

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"Old fashioned fun from our family to yours!" Ye Olde Mill Campground is home to fantastic family tent or RV camping in the shadow of the historic Burnt Cabins Grist Mill. Planned activities between Memorial Day and Labor Day will make your camping adventure memorable. Fun and memories for the whole family! Ye Olde Mill Campground offers 100 ft pull thru campsites with electric, water, sewer and cable tv, as well as creekside sites where you can relax and enjoy the slower pace of beautiful Fulton County.


Full Hook Up Sites (W/E/S) Available

Tent Sites Available

Seasonal Sites Available

Electric & Water Hookups Available

50 amp electric available

WIFI Available

Fishing Available

Year Round Camping Available

Big Rig Friendly

Pet Friendly

Full Service Cabin

Pull Thru Sites

Pump-Out Service

Snack Bar

Services And Amenities - On Site

Basketball Court

Cable or Satellite TV

Camp Store

Credit Cards Accepted

Dump Station

Firewood For Sale


Free Wi-Fi

Hayrides/Wagon Rides

Honey Wagon Service

Lake, Pond or Creek


LP Gas

Open All Year


Pets Allowed - Check for Restrictions

Planned Activities


RV Storage Area

Sports Fields

Nearby Attractions

Golf Course

Boat Launch




Grocery Store

Hiking Trails

Hospital or Urgent Care

Hunting Land (Public Access)


RV Repair/Supply

Swimming - Lake, Pond, River

Contact Info

(717) 987-3244
Park Address:
582 Grist Mill Road Burnt Cabins, Pennsylvania 17215
Laurel Highlands & Alleghenies
40.0776053 N -77.8875581 W
(717) 987-3171
Park Season:
Open Year Round


From the PA Turnpike: Exit 180, Fort Littleton. Travel North on Route 522 (approx 5 miles) to the village of Burnt Cabins. Follow signs to Burnt Cabins Grist Mill. From the east or west on Rte 30: at McConnellsburg exit take Rte 522 north to Burnt Cabins. Follow signs to the mill. From the north on Rte 522S, enter Fulton County. Follow signs to the mill.