We stayed here over a weekend as it is about an hour and a half from home in Philadelphia. Wooded sites, somewhat private amongst beautiful woods. Our trailer is 20' so we fit in the small trailer spots. Electric only but water was right next to us. Wonderful hiking trails everywhere! Waterfalls and beautiful woods. Shades of death and Hawk falls recommended! Rail to Trail along Lehigh river for biking. Have to drive about 5 miles to bike trail unless you like hills. Even though it was crowded weekend in August, we enjoyed Hickory Run
May 5, 5:23pm - reviewed by Land Unseen
Stayed for two weeks at the end of April / beginning of May. Large clean modern bathhouse with flush toilets, good spacing between sites, electric available & dump station. Water pumps available for filling your tank, but no direct hookup to city water. Large open field area for bigger rigs. There is a special section for campers with pets. Not too much around nearby as far as towns and convince - except for a small grocery, laundry, pizzeria & woods ice cream shop (both very good!) in Whitehaven. Fills up with people on weekends, but weekdays are quiet. Close to lots of lovely hiking trails and attractions like Glen Onoko and Boulder Feild. Around $24 a night for electric site. Would definitely stay again!