What We Offer
Pull Thru Sites
We’re happy to provide our guests with pull thru overnight spots to get you in and out without a fuss. We help each one of our campers get into their spots so there's not too much to stress out over!
Our cabin sites are primitive with power. The small cabin site has room for your campfires and chillin on the porch time. A charcoal grill and picnic table are standard at the sites.
We offer primitive tent sites to our campers. The tent sites on on the hillside overlooking the entrance and can be a quiet night away from home with a view of the stars.
We have an Olympic size swimming pool for your enjoyment. Lots of lounge space to get your social distance on and it's fenced in for your safety.
We sell firewood so you don't have to go look for it! Firewood is $5.00 for 10 piece.
We can provide a lot of things, but not better weather. The game room is a good standby to sunshine.
Our laundry facility is here for you 24 hrs a day 7 days a week, because who knows what time you will get home from your canoe trip down the Conne'q creek.
With our Shower Facilities, you can keep you tanks empty and stay mobile on your overnight stays and rinse off after a dip in our Olympic size swimming pool.
Our trail makes for a good morning walk or an afternoon hike with the kids. Our trail crosses over the fishing bridge and reconnects with the Harmony trail to give you a longer walk in the woods.
The creek offers a great place to take the family fishing, but the bridge is a better view. Open only to pedestrian traffic and a lofty place to cast your line from, kids and adults all like the bridge.
The creek is the boarder of the entire campground and provides much entertainment. Canoeing and kayaking, fishing and splashing rocks in the creek are all easy access here at IBC.
Playground & Basketball Court
The playground is where the kids will be! There are swings and lots of things to crawl around on at the playground. The basketball court is great for a round of 'horse' or some deck hockey.
Check in is 2pm - 8pm
Checkout is by Noon
Nightly Pull Thru
These sites are located near the swimming pool and are full hook up sites offering 50/30/15amp electric, water and sewer services. All sites are reasonably level on gravel with a fire ring and table. The hot showers and restrooms are very close just beside the pool.
*Price is based on two adults and two children under 18
*No tents here please, too many moving things.
*During peek season a minimum night stay may be required.
Our two cabins are small units with 1 set of double bunk beds, table, chairs and an electric outlet. Outside you will find a picnic table, charcoal grill and a fire ring. Remember to bring your own bedding!
*Price is based on two adults and two children under 18.
*During peek season a minimum nights stay may be required.
*No pets accepted in the cabins.
Primitive Tent Site
Enjoy the night on the hill with your family. Fire ring and picnic table is on your site waiting. Sites have no hookups except your view of the stars!
*Price is based on two adults and two children under 18
Tent Site with Electric
The difference between a Primitive site and these two sites is electricity. Same fire pit, picnic table and stars available at all sites ;)
*Price is based on two adults and two children under 18
Visitors and Guests
$3/ day visit
$5/ overnight visit
Your visitors are welcome, bring them in to swim and fish off the bridge with you. Please check them in so we know who is here and keep our costs down.
Long Term Monthly
Sometimes referred to as the 'worker' sites, if you are here on long term business these are the sites you are looking for, full hook up, 30/50amp.
*Must use your propane for heat
*Cargo trailers $50/month storage area
*Includes 1,300 KWh of electricity
$1,800 and up /season
Seasonal sites are a fun spot for your family to get away and have fun on the weekends. Our seasonal sites are full hookups but the electric bill is separate through Penn Power.
Hauler/ Cargo Trailer
If you happen to be hauling an extra trailer with you, no worries, we have parking for you. The spots are easy to get to and easy to back into.
Most of the information you are looking for is here!
Check in/ Check out time
Check in is 2pm to 8pm, we guide each camper to its site and we do not check in campers after its too dark to see.. Check out is at Noon. If you need to make other arrangements please make advanced preparations with our staff. Early check ins and late check outs have fees.
What is there to do in the area?
Lots! Historic Harmony is a simply walk across our footbridge into town for a fresh bakery stop or to hit the local brewery or hit the trail. Zelienople is the other direction and has a fresh assortment of restaurants, nightlife and shops. The Connoquenessing Creek is wrapped completely around our little peninsula and if a quiet fishing and kayaking spot for the whole family.
How do I make a reservation?
Call 724-452-9204 to check availability. When making a reservation, we require a 50% non-refundable deposit via credit card to hold the site. The balance is charged the morning of your arrival.
What are in your cabins?
1 set of double bunk beds, table, chairs, and an electrical outlet. Outside – picnic table, charcoal grill, and a fire ring. Remember to bring your own bedding!
Are pets allowed?
Yes, pets are allowed within the campground, but are not allowed in any campground facilities. You must keep them on a leash and clean up after them. Pets are not allowed in the cabins.
Are there showers and bathrooms near the cabins and tenting area?
Yes, there are two bathrooms behind the office; they both have a shower, sink, and toilet. And there is a second bathroom by the pool and travel sites.
Do you sell Firewood and Ice?
Yes, Firewood is $5.00 for 10 pieces, and Ice is $3.00 per bag.
Game room / Laundry facilities
Game room and laundry facilities are there for your convenience. There is a bill to quarter machine onsite. Games are various prices. Wash load is $2.75 and drying is $ .25 to start the dryer.
Do you have Wi-Fi?
No, we do not have Wi-Fi anywhere within the campground.
Are your sites level?
Yes, all of our sites are reasonably level.
Do we get a fire ring & picnic table?
Yes, every site can have a fire ring and picnic table.
How many people can the cabins hold?
The cabins hold two adults and two children.
How many cabins do you have?
We have two rustic cabins.
Can you put a tent down by travel site?
No, because of safety with trailers moving in and out, but we do have a tenting area.
Do you rent golf carts?
No, we currently do not rent golf carts.
Is your pool heated?
No, our pool is not heated, but it is normally at a refreshing temperature.
More To Do
Moraine State Park
McConnells Mill State Park
Living Treasures Animal Park
Fun Fore All
Urban Air Trampoline Park
Lemieux Sports Complex
Grove City Prime Outlet Mall
Local Community Park
Main Street Zelienople
Restored Strand Movie Theater
Walking Access to Historic Harmony
Canoe and Kayak Launch Area
Even More To Do
Close to Pittsburgh
PPG Paints Arena
Heinz History Center
Strip District Shopping
Carnegie Science Center
Pittsburgh Cultural District
Kennywood Amusement Park
INDIAN BRAVE CAMPGROUND (IBC) RULES
159 Perry Highway, Harmony, Pennsylvania 16037
The following rules apply to all Campers (99-year lessees, 99-year sub lessees, seasonal leases and overnight campers.) The summary of the rules provided to temporary/transit guests does not replace this comprehensive set of rules.
Any violation of these rules will result in the surrender of your lease and removal of any personal items owned by the Camper(s), by IBC, at Camper’s expense.
Only two registered adults and two registered children under the age of 18 residing with tenants per campsite. All other persons are considered guests. It is the Camper’s (Lessee) responsibility to make sure that all their guests register at the office and pay a guest fee when entering the campground at an additional charge of $3.00 per person per day, or $5.00 per person per night. All day guests must exit the Campground by 10:00 p.m., or they will be considered an overnight guest and the $5.00 per night fee will be assessed to your site. An honor system will be in effect if the office is closed when your guest arrives. Your guest is then required to fill out a registration slip provided on the wall outside the office. If you have an account on file with Management, no payment is required and your guest fees will be deducted from your account. All payments must be made at the time the guest enters. Campers are responsible for the actions of their guests. Guests are allowed only when the Camper (Lessee) is present in the Campground.
All Campers must respect other Campers and maintain quiet hours. Our quit hours are Midnight until 8:00 a.m.
Campfires are allowed in fire rings only, and must always be attended. The use of accelerants to start fires is absolutely prohibited. Only clean wood, free of nails or other metal or sharp objects, shall be used. Fire rings must not be used if trees, trailers or any flammable objects are nearby, and must be at least seven (7) feet from adjoining lot. No plastic, trash, or rubbish is to be burned. Fire started with paper goods must not emit burning cinders. Pallets are not to be burned. Wood must be stacked neatly towards the rear of your site but not affecting nearby Campers, or in utility/right-of-way zones behind campsites.
Recreation vehicles, such as dirt bikes, go-carts, four wheelers, gas or electric scooters, in addition to skateboards and rollerblades are prohibited in the Campground. Only four-wheeled electric carts are allowed in Campground, including handicapped carts/scooters.
Folding clotheslines are permitted only with IBC approval. Absolutely no rope/wire clotheslines or dog runs between trees.
All fireworks, archery equipment and firearms are prohibited. Slingshots, BB guns and paintball guns are prohibited.
No Campers may cut through other campsites, remove or use anything located at another campsite.
One picnic table per campsite. If tenant wants to stain or seal tables, please contact IBC Management prior to doing so. Do not set hot grilles or other hot object on tables.
Campers may use the public areas of the Campground under the following terms:
Campers must report any disturbances or abuse of Campground property to Management immediately.
Violence/abuse of any kind, verbal or otherwise, or threats by anyone, of any age, or public use of profanity is STRICTLY prohibited and will lead to eviction and/or prosecution.
The use of alcoholic beverages is permissible only if used responsibly by adults over the age of 21. All alcoholic beverages must be in a covered container. Driving an automobile or a golf cart after drinking alcohol is strictly prohibited.
Bridge gate codes should NEVER be given to anyone outside the Campground, and will lead to eviction. No climbing, jumping or diving permitted from bridge.
No tampering with or forcing the front gate. ONLY ONE CAR AT A TIME.
Any damage to cable, phone or water lines, or other equipment at any Campsite, or any part of or property located on or in any of the common areas, is the responsibility of the Campers causing said damage and will be required to pay for damages and may result in eviction from the Campground. Video Surveillance is in place
Parking areas in front of the arcade/laundry is for arcade/laundry and shower use. Any long-term parking is to the left of the arcade/laundry facility between the arcade/laundry facility and the dumpster. Parking for the pool is along the fence in front of the pool. Please keep roads free of vehicles in case of an emergency.
Bikes must stop at all intersections between Campground roads. No bicycles are permitted on the roads past dusk. Children must obey the bike helmet laws in Pennsylvania. http://www.dot.state.pa.us/BIKE/WEB/bikelaws.htm
No alcoholic beverages or glass containers are permitted in pool areas. Absolutely no intoxicated persons will be permitted around pool area.
Campers must keep out of electric or cable boxes. YOU MUST CONTACT THE MANAGEMENT FIRST if you are having a problem with your utilities, or are aware of a problem with the utilities.
Please respect our tenting community, and refrain from driving golf carts or making excessive noise in those areas.
Campers are responsible for all children staying at their campsite. The following rules apply to all children:
Children under 12 may not be left alone within the Campground without adult supervision. No one under age 21 may be left on a campsite overnight without supervision by an adult over age 21.
Campers must accompany children under the age of 12 at all times at the pool.
All children under 18 must be at their campsite by 11:00 p.m.; and those 14 and under must be at their campsite by 10:00 p.m. unless accompanied by an adult. All campers, both adult and children, should be at a campsite by midnight. And golf cart use should be limited to traveling back to your campsite only.
Children are not permitted on the nature trail after dusk unless accompanied by an adult. In addition, golf cart use on the nature trail will cease at 10:00 p.m. out of respect for our tenting community.
Children are not permitted to play on the road at any time.
Pets in the Campground:
All pets must be on a leash at all times and are prohibited from entering other campers’ sites or the pool area. No dogs are allowed to run loose at any time. All droppings must be cleaned up, whether on your site, or common areas, immediately. Young children cannot walk dogs that they cannot control. Campers must prevent their dogs from barking excessively.
A limit of two (2) pets per site. Approval of ALL pets is subject to management discretion. Absolutely no aggressive animals will be permitted in the Campground.
No pets are permitted in or around the Rec Hall facility, pool, playground or office/store.
Absolutely no guests are allowed to bring pets into Campground.
Campers are responsible for maintaining control of their pets at all times, and are in compliance with vaccinations at all times, and are liable for any damage done by their pets. All pets must have and wear a collar with an ID tag.
With respect to Campers’ motor vehicles:
All automobiles must adhere to 5MPH speed limits within Campground. You will receive only one (1) warning.
Parking is limited to a maximum of two (2) vehicles per campsite for seasonal tenants, provided your site can accommodate two vehicles. For overnight tenants staying in our travel site section, only one (1) vehicle is permitted. Additional parking is available near the dumpsters.
Box vans, storage or trailer units, construction equipment, machinery or vehicles other than standard pickups or vans with commercial tags or lettering must have written permission by office before residing on site.
Motorcycles are permitted within the Campground to go directly to a campsite or to exit the Campground.
Absolutely no parking on the roads, public areas, playground, or on other sites not leased by you.
No major mechanical work or bodywork is to be done on motor vehicles at any campsite.
No vehicles (except golf carts) are permitted on nature trail.
Absolutely no vehicles of any kind are permitted on the bridge under any circumstances.
All campers must display IBC sticker on front passenger window. Visitors must display visitor pass on dash.
No one may stay overnight in a vehicle other than a registered RV, cabin or tent.
Only one camping unit is permitted per designated site. Children (not adults) may use tents on the seasonal campsites, with the approval of Management, and any tents may not be erected before 8:00 p.m., and must be taken down by 10:00 a.m. the following morning. Absolutely no tents in overnight travel sites.
All trash must be disposed of at the dumpster near the arcade. The dumpsters are for your household trash/garbage (food, waste, etc.) only. No building debris, appliances, furniture, mattresses, electronics, holding tanks, tires, lawn chairs, grills, garbage cans, large boxes or metal shall be disposed of within the dumpsters, and must be removed immediately from the Campground by Campers. Please take these items back home with you, or speak to the Management regarding disposal of these items.
No trees or limbs may be cut down. If a tree needs trimmed please contact Management. All brush or wood removed from your campsite, by permission of Management, shall be placed in the posted area in its natural state (No Bags).
With respect to water usage at the Campground:
Absolutely no washing of RV or vehicles by overnight campers. Seasonal tenants may wash their RV twice per camping season. This may not be done on holiday weekends, and may not exceed two (2) hours. If RV needs to be cleaned and tenant refuses to do so, IBC will wash RV and charge a minimum of $200.00.
Campers are not permitted to water their lawns, nor wash their cars. Flowers can be watered with watering can only.
All Campers should have water pressure regulators. IBC is not responsible for damage to vehicles or RVs due to change in water pressure.
Water hoses and connections must be free of leaks and inspected periodically and replaced as necessary. Only brass Y fittings are permitted for your hoses. Please shut off your water at the hydrant before leaving the Campground for the week to reduce and/or eliminate water line leaks or breaks. IBC has the right to remove and discard any faulty hose or plumbing.
Nothing connected to IBC water line, i.e., water filters, additional connectors, can be left unsupported causing tension on our main water lines.
Any form of indecent exposure will lead to eviction from the Campground.
No camping vehicle is permitted, without prior written approval of Management, which is more than ten (10) years old. No camping vehicles may be sold on site without prior written approval from Management. Any trailer which is unsafe or neglected to be maintained will be subject to removal at Camper’s cost and shall be cause for lease termination.
No signs may be erected without Management approval.
No one is permitted to feed or injure any wildlife in any manner. This includes no hooks, or otherwise damaging the trees.
IBC is not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged property.
A fee will be charged for moving any trailers or other camping vehicles, decks or sheds. The rate for moving shall be set by Management, but at a minimum of $50.00.
Only trailers that can be transported without special permits will be allowed in IBC, except those existing June 6, 2001.
All Campers must complete an application/Lease provided by IBC, and must fully disclose all information requested, including number and type of pets, number and ages of children, vehicle make, model and license plate number prior to admission to the Campground. In addition, all Campers must provide proof of insurance as set forth above. Failure to fully and honestly disclose this information will result in expulsion from the Campground.
A seasonal, monthly, weekly or overnight campsite is non refundable. If a camper takes a monthly or weekly site and leaves early, there will be no credit or refund for any unused portion of the rental site.
With respect to maintenance of campsites:
Campers must keep the lawn mowed, shrubbery trimmed and neat, and must not permit any garbage or other debris to accumulate. Management may take such steps necessary to maintain the campsite and assess the cost of $50.00 per hour for labor, with a minimum of one hour labor to the Campers.
IBC is not responsible for the removal of mice, squirrels, bees, ants or any other undesirable critters from your site.
Stakes with lot numbers are to remain where they are set. If your site is not currently labeled, please contact the Management.
Sewer hose must be in good condition and absolutely no leaks or cracks or it will be removed without notice. You must have a rubber donut or plastic connection to prevent sewage hose from being sucked into the main sewage line. If your trailer is the cause of a sewage backup, you will be charged a $100.00 cleanup fee.
Any Camper who wants work done by IBC must first fill out a work order at the office.
Any concrete, stones or shrubs on a campsite must remain there unless permission to remove is given by Management. If permission is granted to remove these items, Campers are responsible for returning site back to suitable condition as determined by Management.
No Campers may attempt to assign, transfer or sublet their camping site, or assign their rights under their Lease, unless approved in writing by Management. Failure to obtain approval will result in immediate expulsion from the Campground of the Campers and any subtenants and forfeiture of the lease.
99-year lessees should refer to their original 99-year lease and 2001 Addendum relating to specific issues pertaining to your site.
The RV must be owned and in the same name as the person who has the lease of the site occupied.
IBC will not be responsible for any mail addressed to Campers at the Campground. Campers may not use the Campground address as their mailing address. Post office boxes may be rented at the Zelienople Post Office, or a Post Net or other such facility. Management will not accept phone calls or Mail deliveries for Campers, except in cases of emergencies.
All Campers must carry general liability insurance to cover all activities undertaken by themselves or any guests, and shall provide current proof of this insurance to Management. FYI – be sure to insure your trailer as a travel trailer and NOT a permanent trailer. Campers shall hold harmless and shall indemnify Indian Brave Campground, Management and all employees of Indian Brave Campground, for any personal injuries or property damage occurring within the Campground by them or their guests or by Flooding or other acts of God.
Temporary television antennas or satellite dishes are permitted only with prior Management approval.
Written permission for fencing or partitions must have written approval by office.
With respect to Golf Cart use:
Golf cart operators must be of licensed age. Golf carts must be driven safely. No racing, swerving, cutting quickly or other dangerous activity is permitted.
Gas golf carts are not permitted in Campground, except for those purchased on site prior to April 15, 1997. Resale of gas golf carts is prohibited as of October 15, 2003. No gas golf carts will be stored in the Rec Hall under any circumstances.
If winter golf cart storage is available, per IBC Management discretion, a storage fee may be charged.
Golf carts must have front and rear lights to be driven at night. No golf cart may have sharp or protruding objects within or on them. All lights must be operational, and the noise level must be appropriate.
Golf carts may not be driven after midnight (12:00 a.m.) except to return to your site.
Anyone owning a golf cart shall carry proper liability insurance and must provide verification of the policy to Management. The owner of golf carts used in the Campground is solely liable for any and all persons utilizing, driving or riding as a passenger in their golf carts.
Prior to any improvement being made to any site, a request and description must be submitted and approved by Management.
Plastic sheds are permitted in Campground only if size does not exceed eight (8) feet by eight (8) feet, and eight (8) feet high. Any other sheds must be discussed with management. All sheds must be approved by Management before installation.
No permanent structures, aluminum awnings, decks or concrete steps are permitted. Steps and rails are the only permissible wood structures. Quality pressure treated lumber must be used and shall be inspected by Management prior to installation. Any structure on site considered to be unsafe upon inspection by Management must be removed or replaced within fifteen (15) days.
The 99-year lessee shall pay an annual Maintenance Fee by April 1st of each year. In addition, failure to pay said Maintenance Fee will result in the termination of the lease agreement and expulsion of the 99-year lessee from the Campground. If an exception is agreed to, an additional late fee would be applied to the outstanding balance.
There shall be no utilization of campsites outside the terms of your lease. Campers must make arrangements to access any campsite outside the terms of your lease.
PLEASE BRING ANY PROBLEMS OR CONCERNS TO THE MANAGEMENT FIRST.
Thank you for your cooperation
(Revised February 2015)