Denver Campground

Find Denver Pennsylvania campgrounds. Campgrounds provide information about camping, tent camping, ReserveAmerica, KOA, RV resorts, campsites, and cabins.


Cocalico Creek Campground 560 Cocalico Road Denver PA 17517 717-336-2014


Denver Shady Grove Campground 65 Poplar Drive Denver PA 17517 717-484-4225

Dutch Cousin Campground 446 Hill Road Denver PA 17517 717-336-6911

Hickory Run Campground 285 Greenville Road Denver PA 17517 717-336-5564

About Denver Campgrounds

Denver Campgrounds are designated locations that allow for temporary outdoor living, generally involving overnight stays in Denver, PA. Campgrounds may be publicly or privately owned.

You may contact a Campground for questions about:
  • Denver Public and Private Campgrounds
  • Campsites, tent sites, and cabins
  • Denver Campground amenities and facilities
  • Campground reservations and fees
  • Campground resorts
Denver Public Campgrounds

There are approximately 11,400 public Campgrounds in the United States, which are managed by federal, Pennsylvania state, or local Denver government agencies. Most of these Campgrounds are located in state or national forests and parks. Campgrounds on federal lands are usually managed by the National Parks Service, the National Forest Service, or the Bureau of Land Management. Campgrounds on Pennsylvania state lands are most often managed by the state's conservation or environmental agency responsible for state parks in Lancaster County.

Denver Private Campgrounds

Privately owned Campgrounds can be found in Pennsylvania. Kampgrounds of America (KOA), for example, owns approximately 500 Campgrounds throughout the U.S. Most private Campgrounds are either Recreational Vehicle Parks or Campground Resorts. Privately owned Campgrounds can also include Denver membership-based Campgrounds.

Campsite Amenities in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

The amenities available at Denver Campgrounds determine the fees charged for using the facility. In addition to Denver tent sites, Campgrounds feature cabins or similar structures for visitors, usually at an additional cost. The least developed Campgrounds, sometimes referred to as Primitive Campgrounds, provide little more than space to pitch a tent and outhouses with pit toilets. Additional amenities often include fire pits or grills for cooking, picnic tables, site lighting, garbage cans, potable water, and platforms or pads for tents. Convenience stores and bathrooms with flush toilets and showers are not uncommon at Denver Campgrounds. Campgrounds may run programs and activities or provide access to on-site recreational equipment rentals, such as bikes, kayaks, or sporting supplies. Campgrounds in national or Pennsylvania state parks and forests often have a Park Ranger on site.

Campground Resorts

Campground Resorts are privately owned campgrounds that offer numerous additional features not typically found in public Denver Campgrounds. Visitors to Campground Resorts have access to spas, pools, clubhouses, game rooms, and other amenities. Tent sites are rarely offered at Campground Resorts.