Frequently Asked Questions

How many people can camp on a campsite?

Pricing is based on occupancy of four (4) guests on all sites. Children under the age of 3 are free and are not included in that count. Additional guests are $7.00 per person/per night - maximum 6 people total per site.

Can we have friends and family visit us at the campground?

Of course! All visitors must register in the office before entering the campground. We require a driver’s license in exchange for a gate card to access the park. Visitors have full access to the campground amenities for $3/day or $7/overnight. Our daily visiting hours are 9am to 9pm.

What time is check-in and check-out?

Campers are welcome to check in as early as 3pm the day of arrival. Check out as late as 11am for cabin/cottage rentals and 2pm for campsites.

Do you allow pets?

Yes! Pets are family too. Campers may bring up to two pets per campsite. There is a $10 per pet per night housekeeping fee if you are staying in one of our cabins or cottages. Please bring proof of rabies innoculation with you at check-in. All pets must be kept on leash and cleaned up after.

Can we bring firewood from home?

It is against Pennsylvania's regulations to bring out-of-state firewood into the state. This is in an effort to control the Emerald Ash Borer and other invasive insects. Our camp store sells large bundles of firewood for $6/bundle, however you may still bring firewood from home.

Can we bring our own golf cart?

Yes! We allow electric golf carts only. Be sure to notify the office staff that you have a golf cart so that you can fill out a campground permit during check-in.

Can we bring our own boat?

Yes! You are welcome to bring your own boat, however gas motors are prohibited. Be sure to notify the office staff that you have a boat so that you can fill out a campground permit at check-in. We offer canoe, kayak, and pedal boat rentals for $10/hr. PA Boating laws require all boaters have a life vest and children under 16 must wear them. Boats may not be left unatttended at the lake and must be locked when not in use.

Can you swim in the lake?

We unfortunately can not allow swimming in the lake. Our heated swimming pool is open Memorial Day to Labor Day!

Is there fishing at the campground?

Yes! Our 18-acre lake is stocked with largemouth bass, crappie, perch, sunfish, bullhead and more! Catch and release only. No fishing license is required as long as you are camping with us. We also sell nightcrawlers and artificial bait/lures at the camp store for your convenience.

Do you have wireless internet?

Yes! You can access our wifi service from anywhere in the park. There is a fee of $3 a day or $5 for two days. One username and password is good for up to three devices. Please be aware we are in a rural area of PA and internet speeds are limited compared with what you may be used to at home.

Is there cell phone service at the campground?

Cell phone service is limited however there are areas in the campground you can get service. We also have a cell phone booster in our camp store and office that allows for full service with most major carriers.

Will our children survive with limited access to their devices?

Contrary to popular belief, your children will not only survive, they will thrive. Enjoy spending meaningful family time together free from the distractions of the modern world.

Does your campground have cable TV hookups?

Our campground is not equipped with cable hookups. We have plenty of amenities and activities to keep the whole family busy!

Does your camp store accept credit cards?

Yes! We accept all major credit cards. Minimum $20 purchase. If your purchase does not meet the credit card minimum, no worries! We can run a tab and swipe your card upon check-out.

How far in advance can I make a reservation?

We take reservations up to one year in advance. Our reservations team is available year around. Call our office at (570) 247-2424 or click here to reserve online.

Do you offer seasonal campsites?

Yes we do! Our seasonal camping season runs from May 1st to October 15th. Click here for more details!

Can I bring alcohol with me to the Campground?

Yes. Unlike state parks, we do allow the responsible consumption of alcohol. Kegs however are not permitted.