Campground Accommodations

Choose from tent or RV camping with electric and water hookups, a camping cabin with bunk beds, or the Cottage with private bathroom. Pets are not permitted in Camping Cabins or Cottages. The Family Campground is open May 15 through October 13, 2020.

Tent & RV Campsite

dollar-2 $30-$35/night bed Sleeps 5 or 1 family unit

The tent and RV sites provide a beautiful location to enjoy the camping season. Restrooms, showers, and firewood are just a short walk from your campsite.

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Camping Cabins

dollar-2 $60/night bed Sleeps 5

You’ll have a comfy bunk between you and the ground but can still experience the highlights of family camping. The bathhouse is just a short walk from the Camping Cabins.

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Cottage

dollar-2 $90/night bed Sleeps 5

Located just feet from the lake, overlooking the natural beauty of the water and wooded shoreline, the cottage creates the opportunity to rest and rejuvenate in God’s creation, while enjoying all the comforts of home.

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The Campground Experience

We desire our Campground guests to experience:

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God’s Creation

that each campground guest will be immersed in God’s creation (Psalm 19, Romans 1:20).

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Rest

that each campground guest will have a quiet place, a safe haven, set apart from the pressures of life to be renewed in body, mind, and spirit (Ps 107:29-31, Mark 6:31).

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Spiritual Growth

that each campground guest, by the working of the Holy Spirit, will apply biblical truth to their lives and grow closer to God while at the Campground. (John 14:26)

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Connection

that each campground guest will build God-honoring relationships within their family, church group, other campground guests, and the RMBC staff.
(Eph. 4:15-16)

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Enjoyment

that each campground guest has an enjoyable family camping experience. (Ps 133:1)

Great family atmosphere. Grandkids love it.

John Acquisto, Jr.

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Campground Activities

Close your eyes and picture your family paddling on the lake, hiking together, and sitting around a blazing campfire enjoying s’mores – you now have a glimpse of your stay at Rock Mountain Family Campground.

Shared-Use Activities

Boating/fishing at the lake, swimming pool (Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day), gaga-ball, outdoor courts, hiking trails, disc golf.

Campground-Use Activities

Children’s playground, carpetball pavilion, gaga ball, horseshoe pits, bocce, Pine Lodge (ping-pong, air-hockey, foosball, carpetball, box hockey, and space for table games)

Programmed Activities

During high attendance weeks/weekends, an activity schedule is available at the Check-in area. If your family or group would like exclusive use of a Programmed Activity, please contact our Program Manager to book your session.

Available Activities:

  • Zipline*
  • Laser Tag*
  • TEAM Initiative Course*
  • Geo-caching
  • Orienteering
  • Archery/Slingshot Range
  • Hayrides
  • Guided Nature Hikes
  • Irish Road Bowling

*Activity requires a per-person fee.

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Convenient Campground Amenities

Rock Mountain Snack Shack

Snack Shack

Visit the Snack Shack for candy, ice cream, and beverages. Snack Shack hours are typically 2:00-3:00pm and 7:00-8:00pm on weekends and during weekdays as attendance dictates. During low attendance weeks, campers can arrange a snack shack time with the Campground Host.

Rock Mountain Pavilion

Pavilion

The pavilion has a charcoal grill, picnic tables, electrical outlets, and nearby water spigot. Pavilion access is first-come, first-served unless reserved in advance. Email campground@rockmountain.org to reserve the pavilion.

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Firewood 

Firewood is available for cash purchase ($3/crate).

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Ice

Bagged ice available for cash purchase ($2/bag).  

Rock Mountain Fire Circle
Hemlock Grove Fire Circle

Group campfire site with seating for 50.

Rock Mountain Bathhouses
Bathhouses

The campground has two bathhouses: one adjacent to the pavilion and one adjacent to the pool.

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Local Attractions

If you want to venture off the campsite for a while, you’ll find plenty of shopping, dining, and other regional attractions close by.

Local Attractions

Check Campground Availability & Make Reservations

Organized groups should call 570-756-2200 ext.230 to arrange a group reservation. Open May 15-October 13, 2020.

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