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Where camping is REALLY camping.


This is Timberwood Trails, a private campground nestled in the Neverending Mountain Range in Northeastern Pennsylvania.  It is over 160 acres of relatively un-touched forest recently placed into the Pennsylvania Forest Stewardship Program. 

The campground contains some heavy forest, pastures and brush fields, wetlands, and pine stands - all of the habitats associated with a regenerating forest.  (Most of Pennsylvania was "clear-cut" around the turn of the 20th century.)  Various fruits are plentiful, supporting many wildlife species.   There is a peaceful country road running along the eastern border.  A stream fed by three spring-fed lakes meanders through the property.

Although not open to the public for regular camping, arrangements may be made with the owners for a special occasion.



Forest & Trail Photos

Stream-side Photos

Wildlife Photos

Mother Nature