The SpaceA quiet, comfortable country retreat, nestled between two state parks. Located near the Village of McAlevy’s Fort in Huntingdon County, the property borders Standing Stone creek, a great fishing spot, and is 15 miles from State College, about 4 miles from Greenwood Furnace State Park and Whipple Dam State Park. The Creek House sleeps 8-9 comfortably (7 adults, 2 children in upper bunk beds), has a recently updated kitchen, large living room, 2 bathrooms and covered back porch. A picnic pavilion, fire ring and horseshoe pits near the gently sloping trail to the creek give plenty of options for outdoor fun!
Whether you are coming to the area for a Penn State football weekend, gathering friends for a fishing trip or just hoping for a quiet spot to relax and enjoy, The Creek House will provide just what you are looking for!
We are also right next door to the McCann Studebaker Farm so if you are planning a wedding or event there, The Creek House is a great spot for your guests to stay and be close to the action!
1) master with in-suite bathroom,
2) room with 1 twin bed and 1 set twin bunk beds
3) room with twin over full bunk bed
Bathrooms: 2 full
Beds: 1Q, 1 full with twin bunk over, 1 twin, 1 set of twin bunk beds, 1 full futon in living room
Kitchen: microwave, refrigerator/freezer, gas stove, coffee maker, toaster, blender,
Other: gas grill, firepit, firewood, pavilion with picnic table, horseshoe pit, fishing creek access, 40” flatscreen TV with DirecTV service, wi-fi; Guest AccessThe entire main floor of the house is yours to use. We do keep the basement off limits. Interaction with GuestsWe will be available to help if there are problems - just a phone call away! The NeighborhoodQuiet, rural area - lovely Stone Valley. Getting AroundParking for up to 5 vehicles on the property. Other Things to NotePlease note: we do not allow smoking in the house or on the porches and no pets are allowed; we do have a couple of honeybee hives - in an out of the way corner, away from the house - you probably will never know they are there and if it's the right time of year, we may be able to give you a small jar of our honey! But if someone in your group is severely allergic to bees, this may not be best choice for you.