Cozy Creek Family Campground
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... University and failed miserably! And landed to the sight of a lot of fog, the perfect New York City night haha. Anyway! Everyone is so nice here! Met some amazing people! Just eaten our first dinner with everyone who will be working here. Campers arrive next week!!! Bring on staff week! Ready for some icebreakers! ...
... 1 was the Backyard Ale House. Nope, we didn't want to have lunch in what looked for all accounts like a dive bar. Option #2 was a place called Carl Van Luger's. I guess we should have known by the white table clothes what we were getting into but the lunch menu looked reasonable. And, the food was good and it wasn't too expensive. IT JUST TOOK FOREVER!! An hour and 45 minutes later, we FINALLY were on our way to ...
... 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 ...
... veterinarian works out of his home, with no computer in sight and old school file cabinets. It's where people still write checks at the grocery store and say hello even though they don't know who the you are :) We're both road weary and right now are planning to base here for a few months. I'm enjoying the peacefulness of the woods, trying to sneak up on chipmunks and even the freaking bird that sounds like a dying pac man arcade game. Hope all is well with everyone. Bye for now ...
... highways traveling south that we took from Burlington took us through the farmland of Vermont. Green pastures with newly plowed black soil contrasted against the spring green colors of a never ending forest. Picture opportunities were everywhere but we knew we had to push on since this would be our longest driving day of our trip.
It took us most of 2 1/2 hours of slowly driving through the back roads ...