2021 Season Activity Calendar
*All activities are tentative. Masks will be required for some activities as well as social distancing. Woodland Campground reserves the right to cancel, reschedule, or otherwise change any activity.
May is National Pet Month
All month Woodland Campground will accept donations to be shared with the Allegheny Spay & Neuter Clinic and Clearfield SPCA (Donation wish list: laundry detergent & bleach; stamps/copy paper/ business size envelopes/ pens & pencils; garbage bags (13, 32 & 55 gal); old rugs/ towels/ blankets; Cleaning supplies & white vinegar; dog & cat toys; paper towels). Purchase 50/50 drawing tickets through May to benefit these programs with the drawing held May 21st.
May 8 – Mother’s Day Dessert
Campground will provide ice cream with lots of fixings as well as bowls, small plates & utensils. Guests may bring other dessert favorites to share. Socially distant tables and chairs will be available, or you can take your dessert back to your site. BINGO will be held after dessert.
May 21 – Joe’s Music & Memories
Joe Crispell will be performing classic country, folk, old rock & roll, patriotic and original music. Bring your chair and sit a spell with friends old and new.
May 28-31 – Memorial Day Weekend
Cornhole tournament – Kids Scavenger Hunt – Ice Cream Floats Kindness Rock painting craft ~ BINGO ($1/card to benefit Wounded Warriors) ~ Wagon rides and campfire (weather permitting) ~ 50/50 drawing to benefit the Wounded Warriors program
June 12 – Annual Fishing Derby
Saturday 9:30am – 11am (first cast at 10am) Grab a partner (2 PER TEAM) and sign-up for this fun fishing frenzy!
Awards for longest single fish; team with most total inches combined; and youngest fishing entrant. We will also have a 50/50 to benefit Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. (“HWFF brings a high-quality full spectrum fly fishing program to an ever-expanding number of disables active military service personnel across the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System, in military hospitals and the Warrior Transition Command.” “PHWFF has become recognized as an innovative leader and model in the field of therapeutic outdoor recreation for the disables, through its successful application of the sport of fly fishing as a rehabilitation tool.”
June 19 – Woodland Campground Pig Roast
Campground provides the pig, plates, napkins, utensils, cups and punch. Guests are requested to bring a side dish or dessert to share. Socially distant tables and chairs will be available for family groups, or you can take your platter back to your site. After dinner music & dancing with “Dos Hombres” Electric/ Acoustic Classic Rock & Country Duo from DuBois, PA. 50/50 drawing to benefit local food bank. Pinata for the kids!
July 2-5 Independence Day Weekend
Cornhole tournament– BINGO – Wooden Car roll-off race – Pudding Kickball game – Pinata for the kids
July 16 & 17 QIDC 100 mile Yard Sale
Have too much stuff cluttering up your home? Set up a table in the campground and turn your stuff into CASH $$$$ (Call the office for details @814-857-5388)
August 7 – Tye Dye Time
Bring your white shirts, shorts, towels, etc and create your own fashion statement! Campground provides the dye, rubber bands & helping hands. Top off the evening with a fun game of BINGO!
August 21 – Taste of the grape (age 21+ only) ($1/participant to benefit local food bank.)
Campground will have a variety of wines available for tasting. Guests are asked to bring a bottle of their favorite wine or something you think others might want to taste. Light snacks will be available. Tasting cups will be provided. Socially distant seating.
September 3-6 – Labor Day Weekend
Cornhole tournament – Candy Bar BINGO – Kids obstacle course race – pinata for the kids – bonfire & wagon rides weather permitting
September 18 – Fall Kick-off (All proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity)
Cornhole tournament ($10 entry fee per team)
Silent Auction (purchase tickets in camp office) Items being donated for the auction may be dropped off in the camp store.
Mac & Cheese Cook-Off & Pot Luck dinner and 50/50 drawing
October 2 – Oktoberfest (age 21+ only)
Campground will have a variety of beers available for tasting. Guests are asked to bring a few cans/bottles of your favorite beer or a variety you think others might like to try. Light snacks will be available. Tasting cups will be provided. Socially distant seating.
October 9 -End of Season Covered Dish Dinner
Bring your favorite casserole, side dish or dessert to share with our camping family & friends. Continue the fun with a few games of BINGO.
October 30 – Halloween
Pumpkin painting. Dress up in your scariest or funniest costume and trick-or-treat through the campground.
Activities in the Clearfield area:
April 24 Celebrate Earth Day at Bilger’s Rocks
May 7 5-9pm Wine & Beer Walking Tour downtown Clearfield **Tickets must be pre-purchased $25 call 814-765-6000
May 22 & 23 Lumberjack Chainsaw Carvers event with food vendors and wineries at Clearfield Fairgrounds
June 26 10a -4p Bloom & Berry Bash Market & Third Sts. Clearfield ~ Food – Vendors – Crafts
August 15 9a – 4p 44th Annual Antique & Custom Auto Show & Flea Market/Craft Show at the Clearfield Fairgrounds
August 22 Kids Day at Bilger’s Rocks
October 9 Downtown Clearfield Fall Fest Market & Third Sts. 8am 5K run ~ 10a – 4p Vendors and Car Show
October 16 11a – 7p Oktoberfest at The Eureka in Houtzdale call for details 814-592-7598
October 22-23 Haunted Hayrides at Bilger’s Rocks
For more local events go to www.visitclearfieldcounty.org
Take out one of our kayaks, row boat or peddle boats.
Catch and release only! (No License Required)
Let the kids play and relax!
Bring your own or rent nearby!
Rental charge if needed
Gallery of previous years activities
Call (814) 857-5388