Secluded Camping Tent near Hiking Trails in Herndon, Pennsylvania
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- Phone, email and address confirmed
- Pets allowed
Outdoors, the deck features Adirondack chairs and there is a picnic table for al fresco dining. When hunger strikes, the camp stove, grill, and kitchen utensils make preparing meals easy. In the evening, glampers can gather around the fire pit and roast delicious marshmallows while admiring the serenity of nature and the beautiful night sky.
Every tent comes with a portable camp toilet, which is a wooden box with a seat that has a bucket inside. The hosts were inspired by the bathrooms on NASA spaceships when creating these camp toilets. Before use, guests must line the bucket with a CleanWaste bag that is provided by the hosts, or a similar plastic bag. After use, the bag must be tied up and placed in the trash.
If the guest cancels 7 days or more prior to check in.
- Air mattress
- Queen-size bed
- Bunk bed
- Picnic area
- Outdoor furniture
- Firewood additional charge
- Fire pit
Glampers can rent a camper for a night. They can inquire with the hosts for further information.
Location + Surroundings
- River, stream or creek
- Wildlife watching
This amazing location offers 150 acres of picturesque farmland with access to hiking trails for intrepid glampers. The hosts provide a guided hiking tour for an additional fee, or glampers can set off on their own and explore the sublime natural beauty. Lake Tobias Wildlife Park is great for the whole family, with amazing safari tours and a petting zoo. Additionally, the Susquehanna River Valley is phenomenal and offers glampers a chance to admire the beauty from up high with sunrise and sunset hot air balloon rides.
Known for amazing smallmouth bass fishing, the Susquehanna River is an angler’s dream and Milton State Park provides boat launches in the West Branch of the Susquehanna River.
Check-in: 12:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Glampers can inquire about pets.
Smoking is not permitted on site.
Glampers should look out for ticks, poison ivy, oak, and sumac.
Glampers are asked not to carve their names into the trees or cut down trees.
The tent should be zipped up and clean before departure and trash should be taken to the designated area.