Chestnut Lake Campground

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If you are looking for a family-friendly RV park in Pennsylvania, then Chestnut Lake Campground could be the ideal place for you to park your RV rental. In the heart of Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains, yet within an easy drive of plenty of fun attractions, this campground is a popular destination with its 100 acres of spacious grounds. Just minutes away from the nearest small town Brodheadsville, the campground is located approximately an hour's drive from the big city of Allentown, a great place to visit for a cultural day out.

If you've rented a big rig, no need to worry about RV camping at Chestnut Lake Campground as there is no size limit, with the majority of sites being 40 feet wide by 100 feet long. Most sites provide full hookups, with 30/50 amp service, as well as cable TV, WiFi, and phone lines. There is also a dump station available on-site, as well as a laundry room, restrooms, and shower rooms. The camp office doubles as a store for any forgotten essentials. The campground is pet-friendly, but dogs must be kept on a leash at all times.

Camping at Chestnut Lake Campground is a great way to relax and enjoy the scenic surroundings. The campground is home to a spring-fed lake where campers can spend a day fishing, boating, or swimming. The beach shoreline area is great for kids who'll enjoy building sandcastles and digging. There is also a playground, plus a recreation room with arcade games and a pool table. Events such as Bingo nights are regularly held. Have a friendly game of basketball or volleyball on the full-sized courts at your disposal. There is also a huge selection of attractions and parks to visit, just a short drive away in your motorhome rental.

The Great Outdoors

Extending over approximately 3,000 acres, Beltzville State Park is an excellent park to visit when you rent a camper near Chestnut Lake Campground. Just a 30-minute drive away from the campground, the park is a popular place during summer months thanks to the 949-acre Beltzville Lake. The long, sandy, lakeside beach is a great place to relax and take a dip. There is a seasonal food and drink concession stand at the beach, or you can bring a picnic to enjoy at the Pine Run West Day Use Area, where you'll find tables, restrooms, and drinking water. With fields and a children's playground, it's a good choice for a family day out. You can also go fishing on the lake or rent a boat for a fun afternoon on the water. With 15 miles of hiking trails, the park is also a popular place for walking. Take the Falls Trail to enjoy spectacular views of Wild Creek Falls.

A definite must-visit when you're camping in an RV at Chestnut Lake Campground is Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, a little under half an hour's drive away. This 70,000-acre NRA is famous for its 1,000-foot-deep Water Gap. The park has a vast array of things to do and places to see. Spend a day on the water with a canoe or kayak rental, with 40 miles of river to explore within the park. There are three seasonally life-guarded swimming beaches with picnic tables and restroom facilities. The park also has over 100 miles of hiking trails with some stunning views of the Water Gap. It is also a great place to learn about the history of the local area. Visit Millbrook Village and experience how life was here for villagers in bygone times. The village of Bevans, the Rosenkrans House and Museum, and the Van Camper Inn are all also well worth a visit. With so much to see, you can take a drive in your campervan rental and take in the park's natural beauty on the 100 miles of scenic driveways available in the park.

Another must-visit, located just 30 minutes' drive from the campground, is Big Pocono State Park. With its rugged terrain and stunning views over three states, the park is a great place to truly get away from it all. With the exception of the flat Northern Trail Loop, the park's 8.5 miles of trails are steep and challenging. Take the Indian Trail for superb views over the Eastern Cliffs. Enjoy a picnic with a view at the picnic areas located at the top of Camelback Mountain. There are tables and charcoal grills available in all three areas. In the wintertime, the Camelback Mountain Ski Area is one of the best places in the area for skiing, snowboarding, and tubing with 33 trails and 13 lifts, two half-pipes, and two terrain parks.

Exploring the Area

RV camping in the Poconos gives you great access to the huge variety of local attractions, all within a short drive of Chestnut Lake Campground. Spend a fun family day out at Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm, just 15 minutes' drive away in nearby Stroudsburg. The farm preserves 19th-century Pennsylvanian German agricultural heritage, with period-dressed interpreters and typical farmyard animals. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, tour the farm's 114 acres and visit its historic buildings, including the original farmhouse, spring house, and smokehouse. Special events are going on throughout the summer, so be sure to check out what's scheduled around your motorhome rental dates.

Art and history lovers should definitely make a stop at the Antoine Dutot Museum and Gallery, situated at Delaware Water Gap. Housed in a historic brick school building from the 1850s, you can experience what school was like in days gone by. Aside from the authentic desks and classroom exhibits, the museum also explores Delaware Water Gap's history as one of the US's most popular tourist destinations. There are a video presentation and local artifacts to view, including some resort memorabilia. The art gallery features regularly changing exhibits from local artists, with a second building housing antiques and a restored fire truck.

For an action-packed family day out, be sure to drive over to Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark, less than half an hour's drive away. One of Pennsylvania's largest waterparks, there's no shortage of attractions. With over 37 rides, slides, and fun activities, there's something for everyone. Take a relaxing float down the Blue Nile Adventure River or enjoy the waves at the wave pool. For little thrill-seekers, the family slides are guaranteed to keep your kids entertained for hours. There are also zip lines, a mountain coaster, and ropes courses to enjoy at the adjoining adventure park for even more fun.

While you're RV camping at Chestnut Lake Campground, there's no shortage of places to grab a quick meal in the area, with Brodheadsville eateries providing pizzas, fast food, and Chinese cuisine. There are several large grocery stores within a half an hour's drive, so you can stock up your motorhome rental or grab any last-minute essentials. There are also lots of gas stations just a few minutes' drive away, so you can enjoy all the scenic tranquility of the Poconos without being too far from modern comforts and necessities.

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