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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.

This Weekend
Board Meeting
Committee Mtg
Painting with a Twist

You can get a copy of lunch menu by clicking here.

You can get a copy of breakfast menu by clicking here.

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.
INDOORS: Please wear a mask when you are in the Rec Hall, any areas that are marked 'Mask Required' and any indoor functions and maintain 6 ft social distancing.
-Bylaws Committee, Saturday, May 15 at 11 AM in the Rec Hall
-Pool Committee, Saturday, May 15th at 1 PM in the Rec Hall

The next Board meeting is May 16, 2021 at 1 PM in the Rec Hall.
Each person who volunteers with children activities must complete a PSP Criminal Check for Volunteers. The form can be completed on-line at no charge. Access to the PSP Criminal Check can be accessed by clicking here. Then select the New Record Check (Volunteers Only) button and follow the instructions. Upon completion, be sure to print the certification document and take it to the office.
This clearance must be on file at the office to work as a volunteer at SRCA.
Please be advised that the Slippery Rock Campground Open Discussion Facebook group is NOT affiliated with Slippery Rock Campground Association or is it affiliated with our Slippery Rock Campground Community Group facebook page. Our Office is not the administrator nor have any connection to the administrator of the Open Discussion group. The SRCA members that are on the page were NOT validated or verified by SRCA's Office personnel and we do not monitor the content of the discussions. We will not be held liable for any slanderous statements should there be any lawsuits arise from comments made on Slippery Rock Campground Open Discussion Facebook Group.
Diane L. Falvo
Please take your leaves to the Leaf Bin at the dumpster area.
No Garbage, No Plastics!
In Pennsylvania, masks are required to be worn indoors and outdoors if you are away from your home.
When outdoors, a mask must be worn if you are not able to remain physically distant (at least 6 feet away) from someone not in your household the entire time you are outdoors.
When indoors, masks are required even if you are physically distant from members not in your household. This means that even if you are able to be 6 feet apart, you will need to wear a mask while inside if with people other than members of your household. (PA.GOV)
- 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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