There are a few things to keep in mind – most campgrounds shut off their water to sites after the first frost, and services will be limited, (don’t expect the camp store to carry many supplies.). Here are a few suggested places open in winter:
- French Creek State Park: In Pennsylvania, only 30 minutes to Philadelphia. Sites are well maintained and easy to get into, even for larger rigs.
- Otter Lake: In Marshalls Creek, PA in the Pocono mountains. This private campground is near skiing and has an indoor pool open on weekends. One caution, the road to the campground is winding – so not fun to tackle in snow.
- Normandy Farms: Located near Boston, this is a top of the line four season RV resort with an indoor pool and plenty of winter activities.
- Cherry Hill Park: Located in College Park, Maryland is just 30 minutes outside Washington DC. They provide transportation to DC during peak times but the park is also located with-in walking distance to mass transit.
There are other places. If you have a favorite place to camp in winter in the north east, let us know by adding a comment.
Image above: My children enjoying the indoor pool at Otter Lake.