Corbin's Island Picnic Shelter, PA Campground Reservation, Info, Images, Map, Directions

Corbin’s Island Picnic Shelter, Pennsylvania Campground Images, Info & Reservations

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Directions

From Huntingdon follow Route 22 eastbound and turn right onto Point Road just past the Giant Food Store. Continue on Point Road (staying left) approximately 6.3 miles. The Corbin’s Island access will be on your left.

Phone

814-658-3405

Activities

BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HUNTING, WATER SPORTS, SWIMMING SITE

Keywords

Corbin’s Island

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Overview

Corbin’s Island Recreation Area is located at the northern end of Raystown Lake, just downstream from the Raystown Dam. The recreation area is easily accessible from US Route 22 and offers a great location for picnicking, fishing, and floating down the river.

Recreation

Raystown Dam, Ridenour Overlook and Hawn’s Overlook are three beautiful overlook areas that are within a 10 minute drive from Corbin’s Island. A boat ramp within the facility provides access for small fishing boats, kayaks, canoes and tubes.

Facilities

Corbin’s Island offers one group shelter with approximately 10 tables and 20-amp electrical service. It is fully accessible and comfortably accommodates up to 80 people in a lovely river setting.

Natural Features

Corbin’s Island is situated along the shady banks of the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River. Nearby access to the cool, flowing waters of the Raystown Branch makes this shelter a great place to picnic, fish and float the river all in one day.

Nearby Attractions

The area offers Snyder’s Run Boat Launch, Seven Points Recreation Area, Seven Points Marina and access to downtown Huntingdon.

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