Are you in the mood to go camping in Berks County? The summer weather is nearing an end, so now’s a great time to get out and enjoy a night or two under the stars.

Whether you feel like roughing it or having some comforts of home, there’s a campsite for everyone in Berks County. Here are a few that will guarantee you and your family a great camping experience.

Lake in Wood Resort

Skip the tent and sleep in a tipi, treehouse, or even a double-decker bus! Or you can just park your RV and enjoy the site’s amenities, which includes a lake with fishing and boat rentals. There’s also a mini-golf course, along with indoor and outdoor pools. You can play games from softball to shuffleboard, plus weekly activities. And don’t forget to pet the goats. 

Lake in Wood Resort is located near Narvon and is open late March through late October. Daily rentals range from $43 for a tent site to $135 for a double-decker bus, and tipi rentals start at $151.

Blue Rocks Family Campground

This unique campground is situated by the mysterious field of sandstone boulders near Lenhartsville. No one really knows how the rocks got there, making them a special sight to behold.

People have been coming here for picnics for about 100 years. There is now a campsite with 140 sites for RVs or tents. There are also cabins ad cottages (some with heat and air conditioning), year-round. Daily rentals range from $34 to $220, depending on the site and time of year.

You can hike on the Appalachian Trail, hike up to Pulpit Rock and The Pinnacle, the highest lookout point on the Appalachian Trail.

The campsite offers fishing, swimming, basketball, volleyball, and horseshoes. You can also check out the garage filled with antique cars and a real fire truck.

Eagles Peak

If you want an adventure for the whole family, check out Eagles Peak near Womelsdorf and Robesonia on Texter Mountain.

Camping sites are available for tents, or you can rent rustic cabins, deluxe cabins, or farms houses, all with heat and air conditioning. From March through October, you can rent an RV. Depending on the type of site and time of year, prices range from $25 to $244 a night.

You can cool off in the two pools and an impressive new splash park with waterslides and huge soaker buckets. There’s also a race course for radio-controlled cars, a mini golf course, a gaga ball pit, basketball, volleyball, bocce and peddle cart races.

If you prefer to enjoy the scenery, you can walk to Texter Mountain Preserve where you can hike and watch the birds.

French Creek State Park

This state park is located in the largest contiguous forest between New York City and Washington, D.C., so you’ll feel like you’re really getting away from it all.

Camping options include yurts stocked with a fridge and a microwave plus a fire ring outside. Pitch a tent or bring an RV. Or stay in a modern cabin in the woods with kitchens, private bathrooms and heat. Prices range from $19 a night to $92 a night depending on the type of site and time of year.

Play in the lake, go fishing, hiking, biking, and more. You can also take an orienteering course. Search for rare plants in Pine Swamp or birds like bald eagles and Cooper’s hawks in this park, which has been named an Important Bird Area by Audubon.

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