From roughing it in the wilderness to kicking back at a glamping resort, NEPA has something for every kind of camper.
When it comes to relaxation, nothing beats a weekend in the woods. Summer days were made for exploring the trails and searching for the perfect fishing hole. Lazy afternoons by the lake fade into nights under the stars, trading stories over s’mores and listening to the chirp of crickets. No agendas, no worries—the only responsibility is tossing another log onto the campfire.
The beauty of camping is that there are so many ways to experience the outdoors. Here in NEPA, our campgrounds offer something for every type of camper, from first-timers to outdoor enthusiasts. If you’re simply looking for some R&R, then a family campground or an RV park is a convenient, affordable way to spend summer vacation. Or maybe all you need is a cozy sleeping bag and few marshmallows to make you a happy camper. Then you’ll find the perfect place to pitch your tent at NEPA’s rustic parks. And for a little bit of luxury, book a stay at a high-end glamping site, a deluxe cabin rental or a fun-filled camping resort.
Plan your NEPA staycation this summer. Remember that some campgrounds fill up quickly, so you’ll want to book your site early. Please reach out directly to the campgrounds to check availability.
Make it a summer that the kids will always remember.
Family camping trips are all about good, old-fashioned fun, like doing cannonballs in the lake and playing endless rounds of capture the flag. Seriously, no one can complain that they’re bored when there are trails to explore, hot dogs to roast and fireflies to capture.
These local campgrounds were designed with families in mind. They have a welcoming atmosphere and offer kid-approved amenities like pools, playgrounds, arcades and more. Some locations even plan weekly activities for the whole crew.
Cherry Ridge Campsites & Lodgings
Chestnut Lake Campground
Christmas Pines Campground
Cozy Creek Family Campground
Hemlock Campground & Cottages
Keen Lake Camping & Cottage Resort
Lake Wanoka Resort
Lakewood Park Campground
Otter Lake Camp Resort
East Stroudsburg, PA
Peaceful Woodlands Family Campground
Rosemount Camping Resort
Slumber Valley Campground
Soaring Eagle Campground and the Inn at Kellam’s Bridge
Stony Mountain Family Campground
Hit the road with your home-away-from-home.
Trailers and motorhomes make it so easy to pick up and go. No need to worry about pitching a tent or getting caught in the rain. RVs have all the comforts of home, but take a step outside, and you’re fully immersed in nature.
Gather up the family, take a couple’s getaway or start that road trip you’ve always dreamed of. These NEPA campsites cater to RVs of all shapes and sizes.
Clayton Park RV Escape
Lake Ariel, PA
Don Laine Campground
Four Seasons Campgrounds
Lake Moc-A-Tek Campground
Lake Ariel, PA
Laurel Lake Campsites
New Ringgold, PA
Mountain Vista Campground
East Stroudsburg, PA
Shore Forest Campground
Hop Bottom, PA
StonyBrook RV Resort
Susquehanna Shores Campground
Whispering Pines Camping Estates
State Park Campgrounds
Spend the night in some of NEPA’s most scenic places.
Pitching a tent and sleeping under the stars is one of the best ways to reconnect with nature. Campgrounds at NEPA’s state parks will put you in the heart of the mountains, with hiking trails, pristine lakes and prime fishing spots just steps from your campsite. And if rustic tent camping isn’t for you, some locations offer RV sites, cabin rentals and even yurts.
Check out these parks that offer campgrounds on site. Just remember that these sites sell out quick. If you see a spot, you’ll want to snag it.
State Parks with Campgrounds:
Frances Slocum State Park
Hickory Run State Park
White Haven, PA
Lackawanna State Park
North Abington Twp., PA
Locust Lake State Park
Promised Land State Park
Ricketts Glen State Park
Salt Springs State Park
Tobyhanna State Park
Tuscarora State Park
Outdoor adventures meet the comfort of a hotel.
Glamping (that’s short for “glamorous camping”) combines the stunning scenery of the outdoors with the luxury amenities you’d expect from a resort. A typical glamping site usually has a spacious safari tent complete with full-sized beds, lighting, furniture and more. For a look inside, check out the video from our trip to Shawnee Inn a few years ago.
Even if you’re not the camping “type,” you’ve got to admit it’s pretty cool. These local resorts offer glampsites that are perfect for a couples retreat or a bucket list trip.
Article Updated from its Original Version Published on 5/12/2021.