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Welcome to the home of the Slippery Rock Campground Association (SRCA). SRCA is a member-owned campground located off I-79 just four miles west of Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania. Since 1985, this campground has been the summer home for over 1,000 families.

Along with the relaxed atmosphere of family camping, our campground boasts of a variety of facilities including a recreational center, outdoor heated pool, tennis courts, miniature golf, fishing ponds, horseshoes, camp store and outdoor playing fields. A continuous schedule of activities is planned to accommodate all ages.

For a listing of trailers/memberships/lots for sale or rent, click here.


View This Week hand-out for scheduled events and hours of operations.


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Leaf Pickup

SLIPPERY ROCK CAMPGROUND COVID-19 CHANGES
During these unprecedented times of the COVID-19, the Slippery Rock Campground is committed to providing the essential needs to best protect our members and employees. This has resulted in several temporary changes at the park as we look out for the safety of the members, their families and our employees. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we all work through this challenge together.
COMMON AREA CLOSURES
Until further notice all park restrooms, laundry facilities, play grounds, library, rec hall and office will be closed and are to have no member access. At this time, the office personnel are currently staffing the office and can except phone calls, payments, etc. If you go to the office, you will be advised to stay outside.
SOCIAL DISTANCING
While in the park, members are to maintain social distancing of at least six feet of all non-immediate family members. This means teenagers SHOULD NOT be riding around on the same golf cart if not staying at the same camp site together. Parents please be responsible for your children during these times. If at the ponds, please use common sense and keep your distance.
Also, all members MUST maintain a MINIMUM of six feet from all employees. They are here to keep this park up and running for all of us to use. If they are not here to run and maintain the park, we will lock down the gates and close the park to all members.
BINGO START DATE DELAYED
Bingo was scheduled to start May 2. With the current restrictions in place, we will start Bingo with our regular Thursday and Friday nights beginning Thursday, May 28.
EASTER EGG HUNT & KIDS TROUT FISHING POSTPONED
Due to the current CDC restrictions we are going to POSTPONE both events that were scheduled in April. EASTER EGG HUNT was scheduled for April 4. We will contact people who have reserved tickets when we have more information.
Trout Fishing was scheduled for April 25. It is now postponed.
Please be patient with us as we are taking it day by day and trying not to cancel more than we need to.
APRIL 2020 NEWSLETTER IS AVAILABLE ONLINE.
Click on NEWSLETTER link above to view.
LEAF PICKUP SCHEDULE
Maintenance will begin leaf pickup starting Monday, March 9th, and will continue every Monday after that. We will notify you when any changes occur to this schedule. You must rake your leaves out to the road edges so we can pick them up.

CHIPPING will begin the first Tuesday of every month starting in April.
UPCOMING COMMITTEE MEETINGS:
If you are in camp on any of these dates and times, please stop in, everyone is welcome. Committee meetings are a good way to find out what is going on in the campground and stay informed.

The next Board meeting is scheduled for April 19, 2020, at 1 PM in the Recreation Hall. All the 2019-2020 Regular Board meetings are on the calendar.
SEWAGE LINE PROJECT-
- It is the Campground's responsibility to bring the sewage standpipe up in every members lot. As a courtesy the Board has chosen to hook everyone's trailer up to the new standpipe. We have run into situations where that pipe cannot be hooked-up 100% correctly due to the direction and the elevation of some of the campers in the campground. When this problem occurs the contractor is not allowed to alter the plumbing on an individuals trailer. It will be the owner's responsibility to correct the situation if they choose to. In that case, the plumbing contractor will attach the new lines the best way possible to the new standpipe. These members will be notified so they can inspect and decide if they want to change or leave that plumbing the way that it was connected by the contractor.

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