Pet-Friendly Cottages and Resorts in Raystown Lake Region, Pennsylvania
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Dexter and his BFF, Levi had a wonderful weekend in Raystown Lake Region, Pennsylvania (check out our dog-friendly travel guide) We were extremely lucky to have found an amazing pet-friendly resort with dog-friendly cabins in the heart of the Raystown Lake Region.
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Pet-Friendly Lake Raystown Resort
This dog-friendly resort isn’t just for dogs. Lake Raystown Resort is Central Pennsylvania’s top destination for canines and humans alike. The resort offers 400 acres of waterfront property, fun family activities, and a variety of accommodations from dog-friendly cabins, to yurts, camping, villas, and RV sites.
Lake Raystown Resort in Pennsylvania is an RVC Outdoor Destination. RVC Outdoor Destinations develops, owns, and operates vacation properties that are nestled in naturally picturesque environments in close proximity to local attractions and activities. Think natural beauty mixed with your favorite hotel experience.
Lake Raystown Resort Amenities
Our dog-friendly accommodation offered a long list of great amenities for human guests. People can enjoy Proud Mary Showboat, on-site dog-friendly restaurants, helpful concierge, firepits for gathering and toasting marshmallows, convenience stores, hiking trails, marina and boat slips, cable in cabins, campsites, and RV sites, paddleboard and pedal boat rentals. I would imagine the kids really like the WildRiver Waterpark, the modern and safe children’s playground, and the arcade and game room. It’s no wonder Lake Raystown Resort is one of Pennsylvania’s best destinations for families.
Pet-Friendly Cabins in PA
When we checked in at the resort, the staff welcomed us with open hands and even dog treats for Dexter and Levi. These dogs know how to grab attention. Not only were dogs allowed at this resort, they were treated like family.
We drove up to our rustic cabin and were immediately struck by all the tall pine trees. Our cabin was a short walk from the water and offered plenty of space between our cabin and our neighbor’s. The dog-friendly cabin had a nice front porch and a nice “yard” with a firepit and picnic table. It was great that we had plenty of private space to call our own.
Inside, there was a galley kitchen with a bunk bed, dining area, stove, kitchen sink, microwave, mini refrigerator, dishes, and a black-and-white cable TV. We had a private bathroom, a bedroom with two double beds, and we also took part in the optional bed linens program, which provided sheets, pillows, and blankets.
Our pet-friendly accommodation was just what we needed. Everything worked well, with the exception of the Internet being a little inconsistent. But we were there to enjoy the area, not to stay inside and surf the web.
During our weekend at Raystown Lake Region, we explored the dog-friendly aspects of the area. You can read about our adventures in this article. We also spent a good deal of time at the resort, including eating at the Marina Cafe, which was amazing and offered a great dog-friendly patio. Ordered a top-notch pizza from Best Way Pizza and took it back to our cabin.
We enjoyed walking around the resort and visiting the alpacas. Dexter and Levi thought they were pretty neat to watch. What the dogs enjoyed most was walking the shoreline of Raystown Lake. One of my personal favorite aspects was that all of our neighbors were friendly, but quiet. Our last evening, we built a campfire and enjoyed just chilling.
If you are looking for a dog-friendly resort situated in a beautiful location, I highly recommend Lake Raystown Resort. Before your trip, contact the Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau to help you plan the perfect dog-friendly road trip.
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32 thoughts on “Dog-Friendly Cottages and Resorts in Raystown Lake Region, PA| Lake Raystown Resort Review”
These places are so amazing! Perfect to spend a few relaxing days, without having to worry about your pet.
Very true. I love that the resort was so welcoming to the pups.
The cabin looks so cute and cosy, no wonder you and Dexter had a lovely stay there. The outdoors looks so pretty as well, with so much nature surrounding the resort.
We were surrounded by nature. It was such a great way to relax.
Oh my goodness that place looks fun and absolutely lovely! Thanks so much for sharing this with all of us!
Lake Raystown Resort and the area was lovely. I love sharing all of our great trips.
This is so cute! There’s nothing better than being able to take your furry family members on vacation with you. Beautiful dogs, by the way.
Thank you so much!
This looks like a lot of fun! It looks like Dexter loved it as much as you!
It was. Yes, he had a great time. He knows how to have fun, that’s for sure.
I like that the pets are also taken into consideration, after all, they aren’t just animals but part of the family as well.
My dog would love this!
I bet. Lake Raystown is very dog-friendly.
I love that more accommodations are being pet friendly. I like these cottages accommodated these cute cocker spaniels.
Me too. 🙂
I love the ambiance. The wooden structures really are so beautiful to me. When I have a house someday, Im thnking of similar to this cottage. It would be so perfect for all my cats and dogs. 🙂
That would be so neat!
We don’t have any dogs but this is still cute and looks like fun for the pups. We will hopefully have a dog one day.
Thanks, Scott. The good thing is that they allow people even without dogs. 😉
Aww! The Alpaca is so cute. The views of the lake are absolutely stunning. There is something about the great outdoors that melts my heart every time.
The alpacas were pretty darn cute. You are right about the great outdoors. Such a great way to spend the weekend.
Your blog is a breath of fresh air when it comes to dog-friendly places. Whenever we travel, we like to stop by your blog to search areas in which we plan to stay. Just to see if there are dog-friendly places to check out.
YA~ I so love to hear that. Thank you.
It looks like the dogs are having such a fun time!
For sure! They love taking weekend trips.
I have never traveled with my dog to a cabin but I really would love to one day. Sounds like an amazing place for the family and the pets
It’s such a great way to stay with a dog.
These two muzzles are so cute, and it seems they liked the vacation too.
🙂 Dexter and Levi really enjoy traveling together. They are always so fun to watch.
My pup would love this place. There is so much room to walk or run around. I love how they great you with treats.
It’s a must-do~ They truly embraced our pups. The pups appreciated all the attention and snacks.
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