1 Park near Lehighton, Pennsylvania
Jun 2015 - $39.00
Stayed here over Father's Day weekend. Wanted something close by and not one of the more expensive/extensive campgrounds we have recently stayed at.
Well cared for sites, crushed stone, ours was not too level (back wheels off ground), stone roadways. Had food for everyone there at an event on Saturday - very nice. Quiet campground - not many activities for the kids - and not a lot of kids there. Very nice pool area, horseshoes, basketball hoop, bean bag toss. No lake. Great place to relax. Staff was very nice, and friendly seasonals. No rule list - no need for one. Very easy going - on check in times, pool hours, check out...
Enjoyed our stay, and plan to stay again. We did not venture into the surrounding area, but Jim Thorpe tends to be a nice area to explore. - T.Butter
Sep 2014 - $32.00
This park is primarily seasonal occupied. There are 16 spots for non-permanent camping, most with some shade and roomy. Campground is very clean and the permanent sites were well kept. Everyone was friendly. Small office, not much of a store. Bath & showers were clean. About 6 miles from attractions and stores. Good hookups,water pressure good, TV cable good. We will return to explore the area again. Also sites were level gravel. - vince/chestertown
Jul 2014 - $40.00
This a a campground on the up-swing. Pictures from 5 years ago show a lot of improvements. Trees are newer so they do not offer much shade for the transient sites. Sites are good sized and level. The orientation of the mostly seasonal sites mean you will not have much privacy from the camper to your side and you will probably have a view of the back of the camper in front of you. The store/office is only open a few days a week. That caused some confusion when I arrived and no one was there to greet me. The on-site manager was looking out for us but another camper told us where her site was before she saw us. This is not a destination campground in my estimation but we will go back the next time we are visiting Jim Thorpe. - Bandguy