The Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau is located at the Raystown Lake Region Visitor Center.
The Raystown Lake Region is your best kind of get-out-of-doorsy place. Only 2% of the 118 mile shoreline of Raystown Lake is developed; so, flip that statistic around & know that 98% of the shoreline is UNDEVELOPED and pristine wilderness scenery is here and waiting for you.
Contact the Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau (HCVB) and learn about all that the Raystown Lake Region of Pennsylvania, USA has to offer. With many outdoor public spaces, the Raystown Lake Region has opportunities aplenty to breathe in the fresh air, walk our forest trails and enjoy water activities within the unspoiled shoreline scenery of Raystown Lake. Bring your boots, kayak and mountain bike to get the most out of your time visiting us – or rent gear here! You can contact the HCVB office either prior to or during your "Raycation" for more information: (888) 729-7869, email@example.com or online at http://Raystown.org.
The Allegrippis Trails at Raystown Lake are more than 33 miles of singletrack buttery smooth goodness. 23 stacked loops of bliss ranging from easy to expert trails. http://www.AllegrippisTrails.com and http://Raystown.org for information
Raystown Lake is the largest lake within Pennsylvania. Boating, swimming and fishing are some of the most popular activities on the 8,300 acres and 118 miles of shoreline at Raystown Lake. http://Raystown.org/