Cozy Creek Family Campground
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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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This first genuine travel installment starts as all stories do, at the beginning and everyone knows that NO story is without its' trials, tribulations, great highs, and sometimes extremely strong lows.
Traveling in a 20 foot 7,000 pound truck towing a 37 foot 14,000 pound RV is challenging enough. Doing this on Pennsylvania Turnpike I-476 …
... up on a hill with no drainage issues. Safe, bright and cheery. We unhooked Mr. Toad just as the skies opened up again with a thunderstorm of rain. We set up the satellite to record the Giants game and headed out to a local pizza place to get an easy warm meal. Then settled in to watch the baseball game till wee hours of the morning again as the constant rain beat down on roof, thankful we made the right decision.
... miejsce przyjecia weselnego, które miało trwać 4 dni. Jakoże nasi szefowie kuchni wrócili już do domu ze swomi dziećmi, ja i Konstancja przejęłyśmy dowodzenie nad gotowaniem dla 180 ludzi. John miał za zadanie przewieźć jedzenie z kuchni na sale (oddaloną około 5 min jazdy autem pod górkę). Ładował jedzenie na tył samochodu i jadąc 1/2 mili na godzinę ...
Life at Ballibay...
Separate cabins for Me and Hania, I have been living in B1.5 in the Boys' Area (Down the hill of death) and Hania up in G7 in the girls' area (lush open pastures).
Our roles on camp are slightly different from our first year, I am now the Dean of the Boys and don't have a cabin of kids, but need to be on call as the first point of contact if the lads have any problems, plus a bit of admin work when not teaching guitar lessons ...
... stage left.
Because we had a nice dock to work with, we had a moderately quick load in. I was done with my screens by about 3:30. Afterwards I went ahead with getting my camera set up. Due to an awkward position, I had a heck of a time with my back when the show was over. The camera was set to where the tripod was elevated to its highest point. With a short platform and a short seat there was no room for me ...