2006 K-Z Manufacturing Coyote
2006 K-Z Manufacturing Coyote
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Seeking a lovely RV camping retreat into the romantic and idyllic Pocono Mountains? Look no further than the Mount Pocono Campground. Centrally located in this famed mountain range, Mount Pocono Campground in eastern Pennsylvania is an ideal place to enjoy the terrain. Whether you plan to hike your days away through the mountain trails, enjoy some of the many small lakes around the RV campground, or traverse the hunting grounds of Pennsylvania, Mount Pocono camping is an excellent choice.
The campsites at Mount Pocono Campground are available with full hookups with 20/30/50 amp service. Guests also have access to restroom and shower facilities to make their stay even more comfortable. And with the on-site laundry facilities, you won’t have to worry about exploring the Poconos in muddy clothes. The on-site camp store stocks supplies, and there's a massive indoor game center, too, with pool tables, ping pong tables, arcade games, and more.
When you're camping at Mount Poconos Campground, there are lots of opportunities to liven up the day. If you’re visiting in the warmer months, you can enjoy the heated swimming pool. Or instead, you can challenge your travel companions to a friendly game of volleyball or badminton.
Just a short drive away from Mount Poconos Campground is Tobyhanna State Park in Tobyhanna. Those looking for a relaxed destination will enjoy some time spent at this popular local state park. At just under 5,500-acres, Tobyhanna contains a lake, an expansive trail system, and a variety of additional recreational opportunities. Visitors are welcome to enjoy the cool, crisp water of Tobyhanna Lake. You can cool off in the summer by going for a swim, or instead, you can try your angler’s luck and cast a line into the water to catch bass, sunfish, or yellow perch. If you’re traveling during the colder months, there is a section of the lake that often features ideal ice skating conditions. If the lake isn’t quite ready for ice skaters, you can head out on your snowmobile and enjoy the five-mile trail that circles around the lake.
Those looking to immerse themselves in the beauty of the Poconos should head to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area near Stroudsburg. Along the Pennsylvania-New Jersey border, this 70,000-acre park is a stunning example of the natural wonderlands of the American Northeast. Those looking for a real sense of adventure can head out on the more than 150 miles of trails. If you want an excursion, you can hike the 28-mile section of the Appalachian Trail that cuts through the park or traverse the 31-mile McDade Recreation Trail and see all that the park has to offer. For another point of view, you can head down the Delaware River in a canoe, kayak, or motorized boat and look up at the gorge and valley from below.
Just over the border is the High Point State Park in Sussex, New Jersey. A great day trip, High Point offers visitors a stunning view of the Poconos, the valleys, and the Delaware River. You can hike the more than 1,800-foot summit and take in the stunning view of the topography beneath you. The summit is marked with an obelisk as a monument to honor war veterans. If you’re visiting during the summer, you can enter the monument and ascend another 220 feet to get an even more panoramic view of the landscape beneath you. If you’re traveling during the winter, you can enjoy the on-site ski center and explore 15 miles of trails groomed for cross-country skiing.
Those who want to see a lot of the Poconos in a short amount of time should consider joining an outing with one of the adventure tour companies. Join a guided ATV tour through the trails of the surrounding forests of the Poconos. Speed down the trails and see the region from a different vantage point.
In late spring, the lavender farm in Cresco bursts into beautiful hues of purple. Stop by, and you can visit the farm, learn about the lavender process, and even purchase some unique lavender goods, such as soap and teas.
You may need to refuel and restock your rig during your visit. There are several options for gas stations and grocery stores around Mount Pocono Campground. The state is known for its rich Amish history and culture, and while you're RV camping near the Pennsylvania Amish County, consider treating yourself to a sweet Amish treat. The whoopie pie is made of two slices of cake sandwiched together with creamy vanilla frosting. It's a delicious way to end your day.