Kittatinny River Beach Campground

Address: 378 Route 6 and 209, Milford, Pennsylvania, 18337, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 378 Route 6 and 209, Milford, is near Grey Towers (Milford), Westfall Winery, Milford Beach, and Safari Spa & Wellness Center.
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