Do you like van life or do you prefer to roll in a mobile home?
No matter the size of your wheels, these Pocono campgrounds have a parking lot waiting for you.
Four Seasons Campgrounds, Scotrun
Stay a night or extend your visit to a month at this family-friendly campground, just minutes from Route 80 and close to attractions like Mount Airy Casino Resort, Crossings Premium Shopping Outlets and the Kalahari Indoor Waterpark.
Each campground offers cable TV, a picnic table and a fire pit.
Camper pitches have full connections (water, electricity, sewage) and there are also pull-through pitches.
There are several swimming pools on the property as well as outdoor activities like bingo, horseshoes, baseball, badminton, shuffleboard and volleyball.
And if you forgot to pack, don’t worry: the campground shop sells groceries, drinks, ice, as well as propane and firewood.
Prices: Start at $59 per day, $392 per week, $628 (two-week stay) and $825 (four-week stay)
season: April 22 – Oct 9
The information: 249 Babbling Brook Road, Scotrun, 570-629-2504, fourseasonscampgrounds.com
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Pocono Mountain Campgrounds of America Holiday, East Stroudsburg
Hikers who have arrived by van or RV will love unpacking their tents and pitching at Delaware Water Gap’s Kampgrounds of American (KOA) site.
The site offers RV parking (large rig space available) and cabin rentals. All RV hookups are connected to water, electricity and sewerage with 30 and 50 amp generators available.
What to do: The Delaware Water Gap Recreation Area is less than five minutes’ drive away.
Daily rates: $50 RV spot, $110 (cabin rental)
season: Open throughout the year
The information: 227 Hollow Road, East Stroudsburg, 570-223-8000, koa.com/campgrounds/delaware-water-gap
Mountain Vista Campground, East Stroudsburg
The campground’s wooded setting is ideal for a secluded getaway while remaining within walking distance to nearby restaurants, attractions and shops.
Accommodations include campgrounds and RV parking (including large rigs).
There are also a few cabins that can be rented on the property.
Amenities such as free Wi-Fi, a storage shop, recreation hall and laundromat.
Daily installments: $46 for tent pop-ups (water and power hookups), $52 (RV), $54 (RV parking)
season: early May — late October
The information: 415 Taylor Drive, East Stroudsburg, 570-223-0111, Mountainvistacampground.com
Ironwood Point, Lake Wallenpaupack
Camp right on Lake Wallenpaupack in this water lover’s recreation area.
Accommodations include RV sites and tent sites. For the best views, arrive early and park near one of the walkable lakefront spots.
Activities include boat, kayak, canoe, jet ski or water ski rentals (the marina is right next door) or fishing trips.
There are also many nature trails and a children’s playground.
Amenities include toilets, showers, laundries and a market for last minute supplies.
Daily rates: $40-48 (tent camping), $52 (RV parking)
season: May — October
The information: 155 Burns Hill Road, Greentown, 570-857-0880, ironwoodpoint.com
Peaceful family campsite in Woodlands, Blakeslee
Opened in 1977, this 50-acre family-owned campground is located at the base of the Dixon Miller Recreation Area, one of the highest known points overlooking the Pocono Plateau.
Where to sleep: You can bring/rent a tent, cabin or camper van – or park your own camper van (water, electricity and sewage connections available).
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The location gets busy during Nascar weekend and other race days as it is down the street from Pocono Raceway in Long Pond.
Hike (or ride an ATV) in the Dixon Miller Recreation Area, play a round of miniature golf or take a dip in the heated outdoor pool.
There is also a children’s playground, a small warehouse market, a leisure hall for parties and music festivals for guests.
Daily rates: $30-36 (Tent Sites), $57 (RV Park up to 30ft), $80 (Rustic Cabin), $110 (Deluxe Cabins), $150 (RV Rentals)
season: mid-April to late October (winter dates are available, call ahead for more information)
The information: 114 WT Family Blvd, Blakeslee, 570-646-9255, Peacefulwoodlands.com
Stony Mountain Family Campsite, Tunnhannock
Enjoy the lake views and explore the grounds of this 140-acre campground.
Accommodations include tent sites, RV sites (all RV sites offer 20-50 amp generators), cozy cabins and rental campers.
There is also a small market and laundromat on site.
Family-friendly activities include fishing (the lake is an estimated 12 acres and known for being stocked with bass, bass, and walleye) and swimming in Kaleb’s pond. There are also several nature trails for hiking.
While you’re there, don’t forget to say hello to their friendly goats.
The campground hosts parties such as an annual children’s fishing derby, a labor day picnic and a Halloween party.
Daily rates: $35 (non hookup tent sites), $45 (lakeside tent with water and power), $45 (water, electric RV sites), $50 (water, power, sewer and RV sites), $65 (cabin) $75 – $90 (RV Rentals)
season: late May – early October
The information: 644 Stony Mountain Road, Tunkhannock, 570-836-1997, stonymtcampground.com
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Pocono Raceway, Long Pond
Do you feel the need for speed? The quickest way for NASCAR fans to enjoy the July 22-24 race weekend is to camp RV-style at the Tricky Triangle.
All campers have access to on-site entertainment including live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights and fireworks on Saturday nights (based on specific event schedules), a “Bark” dog park, activity center and playground in the Pocono Mountains, an in-field fan center, outdoor bars and food trucks, and free access to the Grandstand on Fridays.
RV sites are equipped with electricity, water and sewage hookups, free shuttle to the gates, toilets and showers.
Prices: From $250
The information: 1234 Long Pond Road, Long Pond, poconoraceway.com/ticket/nascar-tickets/camping-options