Camping at Pioneer Trails Tree Farm is Closed for the 2022 season, Thank You


A Beautiful Getaway without Going Too Far

Pioneer Trails Tree Farm has 35 acres of beautiful fir, spruce, and pine trees to explore. Pioneer Trails Tree Farm has been serving Ohio and Western Pennsylvania for over 30 years, the Perdulla family welcomes your family this camping season!

Reserve Your Space – Camping Season Opens May 1st, 2021! Primitive camping sites are available May 1st - October 31, 2021 for those wanting to escape the daily grind to get a bit of country peace and quiet. 

Tent Sites: $30.00 per night. Base price for each site allows for two (2) guests. 

Additional Guests: $5.00 per person 

Fire Wood: $8.00 per bundle 

Reservations are required and are available through

We are a HipCamp Gold Star Host. These are top tier host that consistently provide amazing experience to Hipcampers!

There are no refunds.

Base price for each site allows for two (2) guests. Additional charges apply for more persons. Limit of one (1) tent per site and maximum of four (4) persons or one (1) family per site. Stays are limited to no more than ten (10) days per season. No smoking, no alcohol and no recreational drugs allowed. Pets will require prior permission from Pioneer Trails Tree Farm.

Each site includes a fire pit, log seats and table, garbage bag on arrival. The bathroom and access to power including a charging station for phones etc. are located inside the Red Barn. Other barns and equipment are restricted from use.No water non potable or potable water is provided.  We have bottles of water for $1.00 each. 

Check in time: 2:00 pm or later Check out time: 10:00 am of the last day you booked

Fire wood is available for purchase using our PayPal QR code posted throughout the camping area. You may also prepay for wood when you make your reservation. WE DO NOT ALLOW FIREWOOD TO BE BROUGHT ONTO THE FARM. Each shelter site has it's own fire ring.

Quiet time is weekend 10pm to 9am, weekdays 10pm to 7am.

Camp Setup You can drive out using gravel roads to drop of your camping supplies. Cars must be parked in the parking areas shown on Map. Please only drive on the gravel roads. Campers may be asked to move there cars if they are blocking day to day farm work.

We ask that campers dispose of trash in dumpster marked on map.