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Directions to SMA

Families are responsible for their own travel to and from SMA on the opening and closing days of camp. If you are planning to drive to camp you will find directions to camp below.

We do offer a SMA Camp Van Service from Philadelphia, Washington, DC & Dulles International Airport, Harrisburg Airport & the Boston, Connecticut, New York City Area. To learn more about the SMA Camp Van Service Please Click Here.

 

GPS Devices: Our address will “usually” work. Use our mailing address: 9803 Old Hawn Rd, Huntingdon, PA 16652

Just in case PLEASE PRINT OUT THE DIRECTIONS & “CAN’T MISS IT” MAP (This map shows local roads within 20 miles of Stone Mountain Adventures)

Click Here to Download the “CAN’T MISS IT” MAP

Here is a Link to Mapquest.com using our location: http://mapq.st/qHePSX

OK… Here are the Directions!

 

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Directions from New England, New York and New Jersey:

Going West on I-80 from the George Washington Bridge, pass through NJ and ½ of Pennsylvania to Exit #161 (the Bellefonte/RT. 26 Exit), off of RT I -80 and turn left onto Rt. 26 South.

Follow on this 4 lane highway, RT 26 South (also 220W) towards State College.

DO NOT follow Rt 220 when it divides from Rt. 26, but rather follow Rt. 26 South (now joined by Rt. 322 East) and take your first exit onto Rt. 26 South into and through the town of State College.

Continue to follow the signs for Rt. 26 South, you will turn left in Pine Grove Mills, (a few miles outside of State College), still on Rt. 26, (you’ll see a Shell station on the corner).

Go over the mountain into little known and less cared about Huntingdon County, and then follow our “Can’t Miss It” map and Directions from State College.

Directions from Philadelphia and Vicinity:

Take RT. I-76 (The PA Turnpike) to Exit 247 (Harrisburg East).

Travel North on I-283 – 83~ it travels east of Harrisburg and flows into I-81.

Take I-81 South (really west) for a few miles to the Exit for Lewistown, RT 322-22 West.

Follow 322-22 West across the Susquehanna River, then along the Juniata River to just outside Lewistown; there, follow RT. 322 towards State College; in about 7 miles you will come to the Reedsville/Belleville Exit (RT. 655).

Exit to the light, and turn left on RT 655 West towards Belleville; 8 miles later you will be in Belleville, turn right at the top of the hill leaving town on RT. 305 West towards McAlevy’s Fort.

Once in McAlevy’s Fort make a LEFT at the stop sign onto Rt 26 South. Continue on Rt 26 South, keep your eyes open for a Tavern on your left called McMurtrie’s Tavern. There’s a big sign outside of the establishment that is easily visible from the road. (The tavern is part log cabin.)–Travel past McMurtrie’s a few miles…(maybe 3 miles?)

-Keep your eyes open for the intersection of RT 26-S and Loop Road…

-Make a Right Turn off of RT 26-S, onto Loop Road [At the intersection of 26 & Loop, you'll see (on your right) a white house and a cemetery, as well as a "Horsepower Farm Sign" (*If you pass "Standing Stone Golf Course" on RT 26-S, or get to Huntingdon, you've missed it and need to turn around.)]

As you travel down Loop Road, you will find that the road makes a sharp right turn…just past this sharp turn is Old Hawn Road…it’s the first left you can make (that isn’t a driveway.) -Make a Left onto Old Hawn Road, following the Horsepower Farm signs. You will go down and up a hill through an outcropping of rocks.

Stay on Old Hawn Road until you get to the first farm on your right (it has white fencing). Bingo! You found us! Travel past the white fencing, past the barn, and into the lawn or driveway on your right– in front of the blue-gray house with maroon trim!

Directions from Pittsburgh and Vicinity

Take RT. 22 East from Monroeville for the long trek over the mountains, past Blairsville, Ebensburg, Altoona and into our town of Huntingdon. (It takes about 2 ½ hours in traveling time from Monroeville.)

Upon entering Huntingdon, just follow our trusty “Can’t Miss It” map and our Directions from Huntingdon.

Directions form Cleveland and points West

Take I-80 East into PA, and continue on past DuBois and Clearfield, and take the Woodland Exit #123 off of Rt. I-80 onto RT 322 East towards Phillipsburg.

Go into Phillipsburg picking up RT 350 South to RT 220 at Bald Eagle.

Then take RT 220 South for a few miles to Tyrone where you exit and pick up Rt. 453 going South to RT 22 East.

Take Rt. 22 East into Huntingdon and follow our “Can’t Miss It” map or our Directions from Huntingdon. (It sounds confusing, but should be straight forward. Use a road map for a back up, just in case.)

Driving Directions from Washington DC:

When you reach I-495 go towards Maryland (North) for about 3 or 4 miles.

Then take I-270 (West) out of the Washington Area.

In Fredericksburg, MD take I-70 West and continue on to just west of Hagerstown where I-70 intersects I-81.

From 1-70-W take I-81 North to Greencastle, PA where you take Exit 5 for Rt 16 West.

Follow Rt.16W (going left off the exit, back under the Interstate.) Travel about 22 miles on Rt. 16W, through Mercersburg and McConnellsburg.

In McConnellsburg you’ll make a right onto Rt. 522 North. Travel on Rt. 522N for about 35 miles, around Mt. Union, to Rt. 22 West.

Turn left, following Rt. 22 West for about 11 miles to Huntingdon. From Rt 22, just before you get into Huntingdon, make a right (just past the Dairy Queen and Valley Car Care) following signs for Rt 26 North*.

Take Rt. 26 North through Huntingdon, past baseball and football fields, past farms and lawn ornaments, past a Fire Station (on your left) and keep your eyes open (about 7 miles from Huntingdon) for a cemetery that will appear on your left at the intersection of Rt. 26N and Loop Road. (You should see the cemetery, a sign for Horsepower Farm, a white house on the corner and a church.)

[Note: If you pass McMurtries Tavern on your right, a log cabin bar on Rt. 26 N, you've gone too far on Rt. 26.]

Take a left onto Loop Road. Stay on your side of the narrow road — visibility coming either way over the small hill is poor. The road will make a sharp right – follow it, and just past it make a left hand turn onto Old Hawn Road, following the Horsepower Farm sign. Travel “through the rocks” about a quarter mile, and we’re the first farm on the right (you’ll probably recognize it – the white fencing, red barn, the big gray house w/maroon trim, a bunch of cars, and us!)

Construction Alert: The bridge connection Rts 22 & 26 is out! Coming in on 22 past the Dairy Queen, continue following 22 past the softball fields on your right. At 4th Street (there’s a Sheetz), turn right. Cross the river and the railroad tracks. Turn right at Penn Street, following signs for 26N. At the 2nd stoplight, turn left onto 26N. Follow above directions from 26.

Driving Directions from State College:

(Driving time from State College, PA is approximately 30-35 minutes)

The “Quick” Version: – Take RT 26-S out of State College – Stay on RT 26-S for approx. 25-30 minutes – Make a Right turn (before a cemetery) onto Loop Road – Take the First Left onto Old Hawn Road – Travel approx. 1/4-1/2 mile — Stone Mountain Adventures is the first horse farm on your right – you’ll see white fencing, a big red barn, and a blue-gray house with maroon trim.

The “Long” Version:

- Find RT 26 and head south, Stay on RT 26-S all the way thru State College, over Pine Grove Mountain, past the Whipple Dam turn off, heading towards McAlevy’s Fort and Huntingdon.

You will come to a stop sign in the village of McAlevy’s Fort (approx. 20 minutes from State College at the intersection of RT 26 and RT 305) -Turn Right at the stop sign, staying on RT 26 South (towards Huntingdon.)

- Keep your eyes open for a Tavern on your left called McMurtrie’s Tavern. There’s a big sign outside of the establishment that is easily visible from the road. (The tavern is part log cabin.)–Travel past McMurtrie’s a few miles…(maybe 3 miles?)

-Keep your eyes open for the intersection of RT 26-S and Loop Road…

-Make a Right Turn off of RT 26-S, onto Loop Road [At the intersection of 26 & Loop, you'll see (on your right) a white house and a cemetery, as well as a "Horsepower Farm Sign" (*If you pass "Standing Stone Golf Course" on RT 26-S, or get to Huntingdon, you've missed it and need to turn around.)]

As you travel down Loop Road, you will find that the road makes a sharp right turn…just past this sharp turn is Old Hawn Road…it’s the first left you can make (that’s not a driveway.) -Make a Left onto Old Hawn Road, following the Horsepower Farm signs. You will go down and up a hill thru an outcropping of rocks

Stay on Old Hawn Road until you get to the first farm on your right (it has white fencing) Bingo! You found us! Travel past the white fencing, past the barn, and into the lawn or driveway on your right– in front of the blue-gray house with maroon trim!

Directions from HUNTINGDON

- Take Rt. 26 North through Huntingdon, past baseball and football fields and farms.

Travel about 7 miles and look for a cemetery that will appear on your left at the intersection of Rt. 26N and Loop Road. (Your should see the cemetery, a sign for Horsepower Farm, a White House on the corner and a Church.)

[Note: If you pass McMurtries Tavern on your right, a log cabin bar on Rt. 26 N, you've gone too far on Rt. 26.]

Take a left onto Loop Road. The road will make a sharp right – follow it, and make a Left turn onto Old Hawn Road, following the Horsepower Farm sign.

Travel “through the rocks” about a quarter mile, and we’re the first farm on the right (you’ll probably recognize it – the white fencing, red barn, the big gray house w/maroon trim, a bunch of cars, and us!)