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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
There are no events scheduled for the remainder of this weekend. Check the calendar for future events.

CAMP'S HOLIDAY HOURS:
The Office and maintenance staff will be off on December 24 and December 25; and also December 31 and January 1 Security will be present.
Wishing all of our members and their families a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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.

NO COMMITTEE MEETINGS SCHEDULED AT THIS TIME.

The next Board meeting is November 17 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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