Camp Lackawanna

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A hidden gem in the Endless Mountains.

Camp Lackawanna is owned and operated by the Presbytery of Lackawanna, which is a group of 50 churches in northeastern Pennsylvania. To discover more about their rental facilities, rates, hunting access, canoe access, camping, and residential summer camp call the Presbytery office at (570)348-0643. The rates and availability for the facility rentals are available on their website:

Camp Lackawanna was founded in 1962 in the majestic surroundings of the Vosburg Neck on the Susquehanna River, just across from Doll Mountain. The Vosburg Neck is considered to be a jewel of the Endless Mountains – the perfect getaway location. Camp Lackawanna is located 10 miles west of Tunkhannock off Route 6. It is just an hour from Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, and
Towanda, PA, and Binghamton and Endicott, NY.

Campers at their camp site with a fire.Camp Lackawanna’s facilities are used for overnight adult and youth retreats, summer camps, vacation Bible schools, family reunions, business and continuing education events, tent camping, and canoeing and hiking day and overnight trips. Our setting is rustic and perfect for people who love to be surrounded by the natural world.

The Endless Mountains Nature Center is honored to call Camp Lackawanna “home”. The Endless Mountains Nature Center was invited to open its doors and use the trails at Camp Lackawanna in 2005. The Nature Center is a nonprofit organization which rents a lodge and use of the grounds from the Presbytery of Lackawanna. Both the Nature Center and Camp Lackawanna operate all year. On Earth Day, April 22, 2006 the Nature Center moved in Scheuer Lodge and began offering nature programs for families, groups, schools, and adults. Both Camp Lackawanna and the Nature Center operate on these splendid natural area all year long.

Small, white cottageCome for a few hours, a weekend or a week. Stay in “Mission House”, a cozy cottage next to the Nature Center Lodge. For a large gathering of family or colleagues enjoy a fire in the large stone fireplace and hold martial arts training or play games in the huge lawns. Tent sites and cabins attract those who like the outdoors, but want a hot shower available near by.

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