Don Laine Campground

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If you are looking for a campground in eastern Pennsylvania, Don Laine Campground might be just right for you. Surrounded by beautiful nature and close to forests, lakes, and rivers, it is a perfect place for outdoor activities. The campground is located in Palmerton, only about 45 minutes' drive from Allentown. In approximately two hours' drive, you can also get to Philadelphia and New York City from here.

The campsites at Don Laine Campground are available with full or partial hookups. On-site amenities include a swimming pool, a playground, a recreation room, laundry facilities, restrooms, and a bathhouse. There are also hiking trails great for biking and jogging, a game room, and a snack bar. The campground also has picnic areas and a camp store with propane and firewood for sale.

The campground offers a lot of organized activities, like gatherings, live music, holiday celebrations, and more. If you'd prefer to spend time in nature while RV camping here, you can go fishing in a nearby creek, or take a walk on one of the trails. The park is open year-round, but it is especially beautiful in autumn. Bring your binoculars and cameras to take amazing photographs of nature, birds, and wildlife.

The Great Outdoors

Beltzville State Park is located on the shore of Beltzville Lake, less than 15 minutes' drive from the RV campground. This 3,000-acre park is a very popular destination for hiking, biking, and relaxing by the lake. The sandy beach attracts many visitors, and you can swim, play in the sand with your kids, or have lunch at the picnicking pavilion. The lake is a great place for boating and fishing. Some of the fish species found here are trout, striped bass, walleye, and muskellunge. If you like hunting, you can find deer, rabbit, pheasant, and ruffed grouse. In the park, you can go on different guided tours and educational programs, or enjoy hands-on activities.

Hickory Run State Park is a great place to visit when RV camping at Don Laine Campground. This state park covers almost 16,000 acres and has over 40 miles of hiking trails. There are also miles of streams going through the park, ideal for canoeing and kayaking. The most popular attraction in the park is a scenic area of Hawk Falls. Other interesting locations include Boulder Field, Stametz Dam, and Sand Spring Lake, where you can go swimming. You can also enjoy picnicking, wildlife watching, fishing, golfing, and hunting.

Loyalsock State Forest is less than two hours' drive away from Don Laine Campground. The name of the forest comes from the creek running through it. It's a beautiful scenic area where you can enjoy fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. The 100,000-acre forest has many outdoor recreational opportunities, including horseback riding, cross-country skiing, and hiking. This part of Pennsylvania is famous for its hunting grounds; resident creatures include deer, turkey, grouse, squirrels, and black bears. If you are fishing at Loyalsock Creek, you will find plenty of trout. At Sones Pond and Bear Wallow Pond, there is a lot of pickerel, yellow perch, bluegill, and largemouth bass. Other activities in the forest include snowmobiling, mountain biking, wildlife watching, sightseeing, and more.

Exploring the City

When RV camping in Carbon County, Pennsylvania, you can visit many interesting historical locations and museums. The Asa Packer Mansion Museum is located in a beautiful estate that belonged to famous philanthropist and Lehigh University founder Asa Packer. The home was eventually dedicated to the county, along with many valuable furniture, paintings, and other artifacts. The home was built in 1861 by Samuel Sloan, an architect from Philadelphia, and was reopened as a museum in 1956.

Just a short drive south of the campsites at Don Laine Campground, you can visit the Lehigh Valley Zoo in Schnecksville. Some of the animals living here include bison, camel, emu, zebra, elk, and more. The zoo offers amazing educational programs for kids and families. While you're here, you can enjoy animal encounters with raccoons, giraffes, penguins, and otters. Visitors can also participate in fun events and activities.

The Liberty Bell Museum is one of several great attractions in the city of Allentown. This museum is home to an exact replica of one of the most famous symbols of the American Revolution. The museum is located in Zion’s Reformed United Church of Christ, where the original bell was hidden during the Revolutionary War. While you're here, you can see Wilmer Behler’s mural, which tells the story of this famous place.

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