Roaring Run Resort
194 Tannery Road
Open: April 15 to October 15
The Laurel Highlands of western Pennsylvania is where you’ll find Roaring Run Resort. The Allegheny Mountains begin here in the rolling hills and small peaks of the Highlands, making the region a prime area for outdoor activities. Often called southwestern Pennsylvania’s playground, the Laurel Highlands is comprised of hundreds of towns and villages in scenic Westmoreland, Fayette, Cambria, and Somerset Counties. The Laurel Highlands provide thousands of acres of state and county parks and forests. Laurel Ridge State Park is very popular among hikers. Situated along the crest of Laurel Mountain, this 13,500-acre park offers the famous Laurel Highland Hiking Trail, a 70-mile trail that spirals through parks, forests, and game lands in all four counties.
Facilities / Amenities: The resort has a clubhouse, swimming pool, hiking, picnic area, pavilion, playground, tennis, basketball, volleyball, wading pool, miniature golf, horseshoes, country store, shuffleboard, bocce ball, cross-country skiing, and adult lounge. Dump station. WiFi and cable. Organized activities on weekends.
Peak: Memorial Day through Labor Day
Sites: 157 Partial / No drive-thru sites
Maximum Electrical: 30 amps
Maximum RV Length: 40 ft.
Check in: 2 PM to 11 PM
For expanded driving directions click on directions link in resort callout.
Directions: From the Pennsylvania Turnpike-Donegal Exit, take Rt. 31 east (left) 2 miles to Rt. 711 south (right) one mile to the village of Champion. Turn left onto County Line Rd. Turn at first left (at bank) onto Roaring Run Rd. and go one mile to the resort. From the south, follow Rt. 711 north to Champion.