If you’ve always wanted to go camping, but have never tried it, this is your chance.

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is teaming up with Gander Mountain to give first-time campers the gear they need for just $20.

Campers will receive a four-person tent, sleeping pads, chairs, a lantern and camp stove.

The items will have to be returned, and you’ll need to bring your own food, cooking utensils and bedding.

The price also includes a reservation for two nights at a state park.

19 parks around the state are participating in the program:

  • Black Moshannon, Centre County
  • Caledonia, Franklin County
  • Chapman, Warren County
  • Colonel Denning, Cumberland County
  • Cook Forest/Clear Creek, Clarion and Jefferson counties
  • Gifford Pinchot, York County
  • Hills Creek, Tioga County
  • Keystone, Westmoreland County
  • Lackawanna, Lackawanna County
  • Laurel Hill, Somerset County
  • Little Pine, Lycoming County
  • Locust Lake, Schuylkill County
  • Ole Bull, Potter County
  • Parker Dam, Clearfield County
  • Promised Land, Pike County
  • Pymatuning, Crawford County
  • R.B. Winter, Union County
  • Ryerson Station, Greene County
  • Sinnemahoning, Cameron and Potter counties

For more information on the program, click the link below:

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