Dust off the RV and get set for a family, fun holiday at Cozy Creek Campground!
This is summer camping at its best, with friendly hosts looking to connect the RV to electricity (30/50 amp), sewer, and water on a level grassy site with room to breathe on either side. If you’re staying for the season, it’s possible to get a site with a stylish wooden patio. All sites feature a picnic table and fire ring. Roads in and around the camp are gravel and dirt with established trees for shade.
Tenters get the crème de la crème of sites by the creek, while holidaymakers wanting an authentic log cabin experience can stay in a two-bedroom accommodation complete with kitchen, bathroom, and cable TV. The camp restrooms, showers, and laundry are ultra clean, and the park also offers access to the internet and a camp store that’s brimming with supplies, ice cream, and souvenirs.
There’s something for everyone at this Pennsylvania paradise where kids can enter the “Fun Zone”, a space dedicated to youthful amusement with mini-golf, a spider web to climb, and mining for gold. The good times keep going with firetruck rides and a super cool playground. While the kids are having a blast, Mom and Dad can try their luck at bingo, horseshoes or fishing in the creek. A swim in the pool is the perfect ending to a fun-filled day.
Cozy Creek welcomes the family pets, with a few rules to keep all campers happy. Dogs must stay on a leash when outside of a vehicle and present their vaccination certificates at check-in. There is a limit of two pooches per site, and owners are expected to pick up their pets' waste and keep them away from camp buildings. Woofers can play and meet tail-wagging friends at the camp's dog area, where they can go off-leash under the supervision of their guardians.
After a long day swimming or kayaking in the creek, head for the camp café, where the menu looks scrumptious with homemade pizza, hamburgers, and chips. It's easy to build up a hearty appetite when you're camping in the great outdoors, so the café is open all day during the peak summer months, from April through to October.
If you can spare time from the busy camp calendar, take a two-and-a-half-mile drive into Tunkhannock, a scenic utopia with history radiating from its architecturally chic buildings