Shangri-LA by The Lake RV Park and Campground
Shangri-LA by The Lake RV Park and Campground

Where to Find Us:

Shangri-LA by The Lake RV Park and Campground


1824 Williamsfield Rd

Jamestown, PA 16134


Phone: +1 724 932-5044

Business hours

Phone is answered all year 724-932-5044

Office and Store  9:00 to 7:00 7 days a week in season (April 19th through October 4th)

Member of The Pennsylvania Campground Owners Association

What's New

Cabin 2
Cabin 2 inside
Cabin 2 / cold water sink and fridge
Cabin 3 / inside
The bunkhouse
Bunkhouse inside
Cabin 4 inside



INDOORS

 

 

 

OUTDOORS

 

 

 

EVENTS

Pymatunning Rentals and Informatation center

Kayak,tube & Canoe rentals

www.pymatuningrentalsandinfocenter.com  


 

 

Fishing

The 17,088-acre Pymatuning Reservoir is a warmwater fishery. Common species are walleye, muskellunge, carp, crappie, perch, bluegill and largemouth and smallmouth bass. Ice fishing during the winter months is also popular. When fishing by boat, fishing licenses issued by either Ohio or Pennsylvania are honored anywhere on the lake. When fishing from the shore, only Ohio licensed fishermen can fish from the Ohio shore and Pennsylvania licensed fishermen from the Pennsylvania shore. There is ADA accessible fishing access in the Jamestown Day Use Area and ADA accessible fishing piers at the Espyville and Linesville marinas and the Shenango River.

Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission laws apply. Complete information on fishing rules and regulations in Pennsylvania is available from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission Web site.

 

Sightseeing:

 Anywhere along the lake, beautiful vistas of this large body of water can be enjoyed. Some of the more unique sights include the dam, the Linesville “spillway,’’ the fish hatchery, and the two causeways across the lake . The spillway is perhaps one of the best known locations because the fish are so plentiful that the “ducks walk on the fishes’ backs” to compete for the food fed by the visitors.

Also, Pymatuning is the only known place in Pennsylvania where bald eagles have nested continuously, even throughout the years of their population decline. Today, park visitors get thrills from spotting eagles in the park.

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