Indian Meadows Campground

Address: 67 Days Run Rd., Pentress, West Virginia, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 67 Days Run Rd., Pentress.
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        Travel Blogs from Pentress

        As we left CT

        A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy on Sep 16, 2015

        4 comments, 29 photos

        ... Campground in Bruceton Mills, WV for a couple of nights. It is a regional park which is run similarly to a state park and is very reasonably priced. We pretty much have the entire park to ourselves....only a few other campers in 5th wheels and tents. It is so nice and so peaceful. The campground is nestled atop the western most ridge of the Appalachian highlands. There are plenty of hiking trails and even two lakes for fishing. ...

        8 hour drive from Cape May to western PA

        A travel blog entry by furlin on Jun 17, 2015

        2 comments, 9 photos

        We arrived late afternoon and met Bonnie and David Kay, Heather's sister and brother-in-law from Rochester, NY. After walking the grounds of this charming farmland B&B, we drove into Uniontown for dinner at the Tilton Tavern. Three filet steak specials were overcooked. Heather played it safe with a salad. The second night we ate ...


        A travel blog entry by sherrikruger on Jun 07, 2015

        32 photos

        What an amazing Week. Touchstone Center for Crafts is located in Southwestern Pennsylvania, just over the mountain from Uniontown. This small utopia was the location of a week long class on Public Installation of Mosaic Art. We did so much more, as well as making a 3' x 4.5" piece of art that was donated to Touchstone. Bonnie Fitzerald was the instructor from Maverick Mosaics. This school of crafts hosts students ...

        Our Return To Dixie

        A travel blog entry by azbugz on May 06, 2015

        15 photos

        ... lot of money was once spent to build these old giants and today they add an air of sophistication to this historic area.
        We drove through the gentle rain for nearly an hour. The rainfall made the dense forests shimmer and shine. Just another way to see and enjoy the beauty of America. Once the rains stopped, we enjoyed again the magnificence of the rolling hills in southern Pennsylvania, the rivers ...

        Adventure to the Blue Ridge Parkway

        A travel blog entry by motoscribe on Sep 20, 2014

        2 photos

        ... I was in slow motion. The direction of the road wasn't that obvious to someone unfamiliar with this area but as soon as I saw the opening I cranked on the throttle. I was just hoping Jeannine could follow my lead and that I had picked a good line for her to follow. The road continued to be a heads up kind with no room for errors. We were traveling on this twisty route over the Appalachians and through two National Forrest's (Jefferson & ...