Lazy Days Of Summer

Wapwallopen, Pennsylvania



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Located right off 80 or 81 is our beautiful secluded campsite - heaven on earth!

Our secluded campsite is on 19.3 acres with a flowing creek running through the middle of the land. Relax by our pond where the Blue Heron has visited the last 7 years, frogs rippet, white lotus lily pads grace the water, and turtles swimming freely.

We have plenty to offer at our site, making your camping experience unique and stress free, provided:
- Bedding for 2 queen size air mattresses in the canvas tent, plus an additional tent with 2 single
cots in them
- Solar lights
- Electricity
- Air conditioning
- Outdoor shower
- 4 person hot tub
- Outdoor campers sink with soap pump

Looking to take a hike, head to Susquehanna Riverlands or go fishing/boating on Lily Lake, both are less than 25 minutes away! I you would like to grab a bit or beverage out, there are plenty of restaurants within 15 minutes away. Come camp at Lazy Days of Summer where you can sit by the creek, soak up the sun, relax and let your worries fade away :)


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