GENERAL INFORMATION >>
What is Camp Chickasaw? Camp Chickasaw is a privately owned, 100-acre property located southeast of Meadville, Pennsylvania on which the landowners allow organized groups to recreate during certain times of the year at no cost. There are trails for hiking in the sustainably managed forest, a mile-long stretch of Little Sugar Creek for fishing and grass for running around on.
Who uses Camp Chickasaw? Church Groups, scouts, sports teams, and other organizations are among the types of groups that have used the property in the past.
What is the physical address? After your group has made arrangements to visit the property, your group leader will provide the address to you - it is listed on the Release and Hold Harmless Agreement.
When may I use Camp Chickasaw? Generally, April through October on select weekends. Please see our "Available Weekends" calendar (link on main page) for availability. Fishing along Little Sugar Creek is open to the public at any time per current PA Fish and Boat Commission regulations.
How much does it cost to use Camp Chickasaw? There is no cost - it’s free.
What is required to camp at Camp Chickasaw? Upon arrival, a leader must present the landowner with a completed Release and Hold Harmless Agreement (form will be provided via e-mail) from each family present AND a Certificate of Insurance listing us as additionally insured.
What is there to do at Camp Chickasaw? A detailed list of activities on site may be found on our "What To Do" page.
What are the camping facilities like? There are two camping areas, each with a shelter, fire ring, picnic tables, electric lights and a supply of firewood. You must provide your own drinking water.
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