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Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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Quiet Oaks might be a good choice. They have cabins and campsites. And it's near the village of Cross Fork, i.e. near Kettle Creek. I've never been there, but I've heard a lot of very good feedback.

State parks prohibit alcohol, don't they? That might be a consideration...


Posted on: 2011/9/20 12:00


Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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State parks prohibit alcohol, don't they? That might be a consideration...


Yes they do, and that would be a big downer.

Posted on: 2011/9/20 12:08


Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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I'm game!

The point of my post was to help us get to a general consensus, not make the final decissions. Hope noone took it that way.

Posted on: 2011/9/20 12:32


Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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State parks prohibit alcohol, don't they? That might be a consideration...


Yes they do, and that would be a big downer.


They do, but they never bother those who don't bother anyone else.

Posted on: 2011/9/20 13:13


Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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Yup exactly Jay. Would it really be a problem if we weren't acting like a bunch of drunk frats? I never had any issues.

Although I don't condone breaking the law (on a public forum!)

Posted on: 2011/9/20 13:16


Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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There's Potter County Family Campground along RT6 at the top of Denton Hill.http://www.pottercountycamping.com/about.html
They have tent sites along with rental cabins. You could fish the 3 different watersheds...Genesse, Allegany, & Pine.

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Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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Yo Brad my cabin is w/in walking distance of that place. Between that and my cabin, we could probably take care of everyone.

Posted on: 2011/9/20 13:24


Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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Sasquatch,
is your camp on Billy Lewis or Irish Farm road? Is it one of the state leases?

Posted on: 2011/9/20 14:50


Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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No we own the land. Its behind the old state popo station (its a daycare now or something?). Close to Irish Farm Rd and the BLR!

Posted on: 2011/9/20 15:01


Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11
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Sasquatch, take the lead and take csoult's help. Call Quiet Oaks and call Potter County CG. I think both would be good. Find out how many cabins they have that weekend and how many beds in each cabin. Also enquire about the availability of a pavilion for us to gather and stage at. Check prices and policies.

A state park is a bad idea. 2-3 people having a beer or two quietly at their site is very different than having 12-20 people drinking and talking around a campfire. I think you would easily draw the attention of Park Security.

Posted on: 2011/9/21 7:06
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Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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Already workin' on it Jack! You're coming, right!?

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Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11
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That date is already on my calendar. Making money has to take priority in my life, but barring some insurmountable conflict, I do plan to attend.

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Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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Good. Then we will spend our nights pondering the mysteries of the universe and the Divine!

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Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11

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Talked with the people from Potter County Campground, very nice people. Rates are listed on their web site. Plenty of cabins, they do have a pavilion and a fire ring right next to it. They have no problems with us using it for the night. Said that noise should not be a problem because at that time of year they do not typically have very many people staying there. All of the cabins are still open for the weekend of the 20th. I do have some concerns about this site as it is not as centralized to the majority of the streams as the other site. It is located in Coudersport, not ruling this one out but if you look on the map it seems a little out of the way. I have not heard back from Quiet Oaks campground yet but as soon as I do I will let you guys know.

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Re: Cross Fork, Potter County, 9/5/11
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This sounds like a great time and place. Thanks csoult and Sasquatch for pulling this together.

Posted on: 2011/9/21 13:56



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