Jim Thorpe Camping Resort

The Jim Thorpe Camping Resort is a family owned and operated campground in the Pocono region of Pennsylvania. We are under new ownership and currently in the process of renovating the campground to make your getaway even more memorable. We offer tent camping, cabins, and seasonal sites from April 1 through October 31. Give us a call or stop by and stay with us during your next trip to Jim Thorpe! 

ADDRESS: 129 Lentz Trail, Jim Thorpe, PA 18229

PHONE: (570) 325-2644




Don Laine Campgrounds is located in North East Pennsylvania in the Palmerton area. Our campground offers numerous sites for you camping enjoyment. We also have over 100 seasonal sites.

Address: 790 57 Drive, Palmerton PA 18071

Phone : 610-381-3381 or 800-635-0152


Sunny Rest Resort is a fun, sociable, and relaxed clothes-free resort with daily entertainment and modern facilities for all ages, genders, classes, races and body types.  Established in 1945, Sunny Rest is located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania.  Just north of Philadelphia, a pleasant 2 hour drive from New York, and within driving distance of Washington D.C., Sunny Rest has over 190 acres of rolling hills, partially wooded grounds, and beautiful panoramic views.

We dress, and undress for comfort. Nudism is accepted and encouraged throughout the resort but required in the pools and spa. You can adjust at your own pace, letting the weather and comfort be your guide.

Address: 7425 Sunny Rest Road Palmerton, PA 18071

Phone : 866-SUNNY50

EMAIL: sunnyrest@sunnyrest.com

Mauch Chunk Lake Campground

Enjoy your spring, summer, fall and winter at Mauch Chunk Lake Park in Scenic Carbon County, Pennsylvania. Mauch Chunk Lake Park is a county park and operated by the county's Parks and Recreation Department.  Camping, Boating, Swimming, Fishing, Hiking & Trails, and Picnic Areas Available!  Don't forget to stop by the Environmental Center.

The Mauch Chunk Lake Park is located in the Boroughs of Jim Thorpe and Summit Hill and earned recognition as the National Watershed of the Year in 1978. The park began as a flood control project because of the mountainous terrain and confinement of the Mauch Chunk Creek that flows beneath the town of Jim Thorpe. Major flooding occurred here frequently that resulted in the destruction of property. The flood control phase of the Mauch Chunk Creek Watershed Project was completed in 1972 about one month prior to record rainfall amounts attributed to Tropical Storm Agnes. It was estimated at the time that the completion of the dam prevented over $2 million in damages to the local residents and community. County government officials viewed the flood control project as an opportunity to also provide recreation and the Mauch Chunk Lake Park was later dedicated in August of 1974. Today the park exceeds 150,000 visitors annually and has become a popular vacation destination for many families.


Address:  625 Lentz Trl, Jim Thorpe, PA 18229

Phone :     570-325-3669

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