Cozy Creek Family Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCozy Creek Family Campground Tunkhannock
The folks that run and (I assume) own this place are very friendly and accommodating. They have created an extremely family-friendly campsite that appears to cater to its long-term seasonal visitors. The sites are grass and dirt and ours was much too small and moist for our large and heavy RV. The roads into this place are rough and long overdue for some repairs. However, the price was right and we felt comfortable here
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... of oodles and oodles of food - Chinese, American, Italian huge trays of salads and fresh fruit, you name it - and they charged by the pound! The street vendors, hustlers drumming up tourists to do touristy things, cops on horses, people rushing here and there, it was, I don't know.......sensory overload. We also made it to the Bay Ridge neighborhood in Brooklyn for breakfast with a friend. First time in a diner that had what looked to be a full bar. What ...
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