Set across 70 acres in the picturesque countryside of northeastern Pennsylvania, Moyer’s Grove Campground is the perfect base for a family RV vacation and lies along a crystal-clear babbling brook. It combines well-equipped sites with a whole host of recreational pursuits, which include fishing, boating, and mini-golf.RV camping at Moyer’s Grove Campground includes access to more than 150 RV sites, with 20/30/50 amp electric connections. There’s a laundromat, a snack bar, and a country store, with firewood, propane, and ice all available for purchase.Recreational facilities at the RV park include a game room, a children’s playground, and a beach volleyball court, as well as an in-ground swimming pool where you can cool off in the summer months. There’s also a basketball court, horseshoes, and a recreation hall, not to mention an enclosed mini-golf course and regular craft classes. Pets are welcome to stay with you at this Wapwallopen campground but must remain on a leash.
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Camping at Moyer’s Grove Campground is an ideal base for visiting the Nescopeck State Park, a 3,550-acre protected area, and one of Pennsylvania’s newest. It’s home to an Environmental Education Center where you can learn about the region’s ecological systems, as well as 19 miles of hiking trails that access the surrounding forests, meadows, and wetlands. Anglers can try their luck at luring bass and trout in the waters of Lake Frances, while birdwatchers can spot some of the myriad species that call the park “home.”Slightly farther south is the Lehigh Gorge State Park, which encompasses more than 4,500 acres around the Lehigh Gorge and a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-built dam. It’s a popular whitewater rafting destination, as well as being traversed by the 26-mile Lehigh Gorge Trail, which extends all the way from White Haven to Jim Thorpe. Coincide your trek with the stunning rhododendron blooms in July or visit during the winter when the trails of Lehigh Gorge State Park become accessible to snowmobiles.Lehigh Gorge State Park connects with the Hickory Run State Park, a 15,990-acre reserve in the Pocono Mountains. It’s another recreational hub, with more than 40 miles of hiking trails winding through the park. Trek to see the picturesque Hawk Falls and go swimming in Sand Spring Lake or visit during the winter months when the park transforms with cross-country skiing trails and ice skating. Hunting is also permitted in some areas of the park, with white-tailed deer, black bear, and squirrels all found here.
Campsites at Moyer’s Grove Campground are 25 minutes’ drive from Hazleton, where you’ll find plenty of supermarkets for stocking up on grocery supplies. There are also gas stations here if you need to fill up your RV rental and a wide selection of global eateries and fast-food restaurants. There are also banks, ATMs, and shopping centers, offering everything you need for a stress-free stay.Alternatively, you can make the 15-minute drive to Berwick, which was founded in 1786 on the north bank of the Susquehanna River. Discover the people and events that have shaped the region at the Berwick Historical Society within the Jackson Mansion and Carriage House. It was constructed in 1877 and is noted for its Second Empire and Italianate architecture, as well as Doric columns constructed from Vermont stone. Witness the replica of the Statue of Liberty in front of the mansion, then explore the period-furnished rooms that include the former office of Clarence G. Jackson. Also not to miss is the heritage-listed Berwick Armory, a National Guard complex that includes a Tudor Revival-style drill hall and an American Craftsman administrative building.A 30-minute drive north of the campsites at Moyer’s Grove Campground is the city of Wilkes-Barre, which is packed with cultural and historical attractions. It centers around the River Street Historic District, with impressive examples of Beaux-Arts and Gothic Revival buildings that were constructed between 1860 and 1930. Highlights include the Osterhout Library (established as the Presbyterian Church in 1889) and the Penn Bank Building, as well as the George Bedford House and First Eastern Building. Catch a play at the Little Theatre of Wilkes-Barre, one of the oldest theaters in the United States, or coincide your visit with a show at the Dorothy Dickson Darte Center for the Performing Arts.Whether you want to stretch your legs in the state parks of eastern Pennsylvania or discover the history of Berwick and Wilkes-Barre, book a site at one of the campgrounds in Luzerne County and start planning your next vacation.