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About Keen Lake Resort Campground
Keen Lake Camping and Cottage Resort is a privately owned 90-acre spring fed mountain lake, located in the scenic northern Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania just off Route 6. Our campgound offers a variety of accommodations available for you and your family ranging from Seasonal Camping, RV Camping, Popup Camping, Tent Camping, and Seasonal Cottage Rentals. Our serene natural setting provides fresh, clean country air, a variety of amenities to fit your needs while on your vacation, a complete activities program for the young and young at heart, excellent fishing (large mouth bass, perch, walleye, crappies and more) and the opportunity to relax with your family and friends - to read, to boat, to swim, to walk, to think, to play, and mostly to create precious memories with those you best love.
Access
Drive In, Boat In
Operator
Private
Features
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ADA Accessible
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Keen Lake Resort Campground is located in Pennsylvania
Latitude
41.589 N
Longitude
-75.379 W
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Directions
From the North 55 mi. from Binghamton, NY - On 81 South, follow signs to Exit 187 (East 6 - Carbondale - Robert Casey Highway) - ( Do not take the exit for Business 6, which you will encounter earlier along Route 81) Follow East 6 for 18.2 miles to traffic light at the intersection of Routes 6 and 296 in Waymart. At this light you will notice both a Mobil and Shell gas station. Continue straight on Route 6 for 1.7 miles. Turn right onto Little Keen Road. At bottom of hill at stop sign, turn left on Keen Lake Road. From the South 145 mi. from Harrisburg - To 81N to Exit 187. Follow signs for East 6 - Carbondale (Robert Casey Highway) * 150 mi. from Philadelphia - On 1-476 (Northeast Extension of Pennsylvania Turnpike)to Turnpike Exit 115 (Wyoming Valley Exit) to 81 North to Exit 187. Follow signs for East 6 - Carbondale (Robert Casey Highway) * 96 mi. from Allentown - 22 West to 1-476 (Northeast Extension of Pennsylvania Turnpike) to Turnpike Exit 115 (Wyoming Valley Exit) to 81 North to Exit 187. Follow signs for East 6 - Carbondale (Robert Casey Highway) * 200 mi. from Wilmington, De - On 95 North to Exit 7 to I-476 (Northeast Extension of Pennsylvania Turnpike) to Turnpike Exit 115 (Wyoming Valley Exit) to 81 North to Exit 187. Follow signs for East 6 - Carbondale (Robert Casey Highway) * 270 mi. from Washington, DC - On 95 to 83N to 81 North Exit 187. Follow signs for East 6 - Carbondale (Robert Casey Highway) Take Exit 187 onto East 6 Carbondale (Robert Casey Highway). * *Follow East 6 for 18.2 miles to traffic light at the intersection of Routes 6 and 296 in Waymart. At this light you will notice both a Mobil and Shell gas station. Continue straight on Route 6 for 1.7 miles. Turn right onto Little Keen Road. At bottom of hill at stop sign, turn left on Keen Lake Road. From the East 175 mi. from Hartford, CT On 84 West* - 300 mi. from Boston, MA on 90 West to 84 West** 110 from George Washington Bridge, New York, NY - On 80 West to Exit 34B (Sparta, NJ) to 15 North to 206 North to 6 West for 4.5 miles to 84 West** --or-- On 80 West to 380 North to Exit 187 (East 6 Carbondale - Robert Casey Highway) * On NJ17 (Garden State Parkway) 287 North (New York Thruway) to Exit 16 to 6 West / 17 Harriman for 13.5 miles to Exit 123 Middletown to 6 West / 17M for 4.8 miles to 84 West** * Follow East 6 for 18.2 miles to traffic light at the intersection of Routes 6 and 296 in Waymart. At this light you will notice both a Mobil and Shell gas station. Continue straight on Route 6 for 1.7 miles. Turn right onto Little Keen Road. At bottom of hill at stop sign, turn left on Keen Lake Road. ** From 84 West, take PA Exit 30 (Blooming Grove). Turn right onto 402. Travel for approximately 5 miles until 402 intersects with Route 6. Turn left onto 6 West and travel to Honesdale. Turn right onto Church Street (one way) at first light after small bridge. Take Church Street to the end. Turn left onto Park Street and go to the light. Go straight through light and continue on Rt 6W for 6 miles Bear left onto Keen Lake Road, about a 1/2 mile past Cavage's Farm Market, which is on the left. Or, we offer this alternative route which is 14 miles longer but provides 4 lane highway traffic and avoids the Honesdale/Hawley town traffic. *** Alternative Route from New York: 80 West to 380 North to Exit 187. Follow signs to Route 6 East Carbondale exit (Robert Casey Highway). Stay on Rt 6 East for 18.2 miles to traffic light at the intersection of Rt 6 East and Rt 296 in Waymart. As a landmark you will notice both a Joe's Quik Mart and a Shell gas station at this light. Continue straight on Rt 6 East for 1.7 miles. Turn right onto Little Keen Road. At bottom of hill, turn left on Keen Lake Road.
10 Reviews of Keen Lake Resort Campground
Lake Time

This family run Campground is beautiful and clean. The RV sites are spaced out nicely. There are plenty of things to do; paddle boats , row boats, swimming pool, snack bar/ campstore, activities, etc. Very beautiful area.

Love it here!

love it here! clean bathrooms. friendly staff. great ice cream in the camp store. Wish they had electric motors for their boats. otherwise we love it!

Amazing!

This place is perfect for families, beginners, adventurers, and fisherman alike. They have an overabundance amount of activities scheduled for campers. You are able to camp in tents in the activity field or lakeside. They offer rented cabins/houses and RVs. Their bath houses were clean. The rec room was cool. We rented a canoe out a couple times during our stay. Making reservations online was simple. Everyone working there was very friendly and helped in any way if needed.

Gas Saver Weekends

We've been here many times over the years. Several times they've run a deal where you leave your trailer onsite free during the week if you stay multiple weekends. The people are all very friendly. My daughter loves boating and swimming in the lake and going to the arcade. It's very family oriented.

Amazing place.

My family has been going there for years and finally decided that this was our final place and made it our seasonal camp g place 3 years ago. My boys absolutely love it and always have something to do. They have activity coordinators that make sure there is something to do for all ages every hour of the day! The security is great and patrol to make sure quiet hours are quiet to be courtiers to other campers that want quiet time. The bath houses are constantly being cleaned and restocked. They have cabins, houses and trailers for rent also for ones that don't want to rough it but want to spent time at the lake. There is a lodge that can be used as a party or wedding event. This place is our getaway place that we are glad to go to every weekend and truly enjoy every getaway minute!

cool

awesome place, went on the canoes on the lake, pretty big place, worst part though was when i did go and camp out for a week near the small pond part it rained and our campsite turned into a complete mud pit

Relaxing camp

This is a very nice park with a beautiful lake. Clean bath houses and very friendly staff. They have activities for all ages. My kids love going here and I also enjoy coming knowing I can relax and not worry about them.

Camping

People are great very well taken care of. Stay the whole season last year and will be camping there again.

Summer residence make the place

I have been here on labor day weekend and its always packed. But we have always had a great time. The people who do summer seasonal rental have always been wonderful. There is a lot to do in the area and plenty of kids for my daughter to meet..

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Amazing Campground

I LOVED this campground, it is a private campground owned by a family. They own a large portion of the lakefront and have both a people beach and a dog beach so the dogs can enjoy swimming as well. The lake isn't huge, but it was big enough to have fun kayaking and paddle boarding for the day. They had rentals right on site at the campground and a great camp store in case you forgot anything. The campsite was huge, we fit 2 tents (6 and 8 person) and there was still plenty of room and we had a great view of the lake. Our site had electricity and water. we had friends who stayed on the other side of the lake (still keen property) that did not have electricity/water, but they managed. The bathrooms are nicer on the main campground side, so I would suggest that, but both sections were nice. you had to pay for shower time, but it was affordable (I think 25 cents for 5 minutes).

They have some rental cabins/houses that look really nice (we didn't go in any of them) and there was also an activity field with a sand volleyball pit/softball diamond/tether ball/ soccer field etc. they also have a barn where they hosted some events for the kids. It is a huge campground with plenty of things to do. I highly recommend it.