Pennsylvanians know trout fishing. And no wonder. With legendary fly anglers like Joe Humphreys, George Harvey and Charlie Meck to tell the tales, the reputation of trout streams in the Keystone State has been the stuff of dreams.
At the heart of those tales is Spring Creek, near State College. Spring Creek is Pennsylvania’s premier brown trout fishery with more wild fish per mile than any other stream in the state. If you’re an eastern trout angler, this is pretty darn close to holy ground.
There is no better time than the spring and early summer, and that’s right around the corner. But holy ground and awesome browns are not the only things to consider when fishing Spring Creek or the nearby waters like Spruce Creek, Penns Creek, Fishing Creek or the legendary Fisherman’s Paradise. You’re going to need a place to stay. And that means you’re going to need Spring Creek Trout Camp.
Mark Lauer and the great staff at Spring Creek Trout Camp know fishing. They know what makes a great stay and fishing experience. Their location makes the fishing part easy. But great fishing trips are not just about fishing. They’re about being with family and friends. They’re about a great place to rent an RV to stay in or reserve a site if you have your own RV. They’re about campfires and stories and great meals cooked on the grill. They’re also about the little touches that mean so much — a casting area, fly-tying tables, pavilion, campfires, grills and wader drying racks. That’s what Spring Creek Trout Camp has to offer.
So no matter when you visit these great trout waters of central Pennsylvania, be sure to visit Spring Creek Trout Camp and discover what so many others have, a great TU Business member with the best location and options in the area for a truly unique experience.
Bellefonte, PA 17356