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September 1, 2, 3, 2017

TUNKHANNOCK, PA

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Lazy Brook Park is surrounded by some of Pennsylvania’s most stunning natural beauty. The best way to experience Cornstock is to camp all weekend. Stay and dance under the stars, jam by the campfire, and go for an early morning dip in the crystal clear Tunkhannock Creek.

 

The gate opens Friday at 9 am. Check out is Sunday at 8 pm. Primitive camping is included with the purchase of a weekend festival pass. All sites are first-come, first-served. The park grounds feature flat, grassy, open and shaded spaces perfect for tent camping and quick, easy parking and leveling for your camper or RV. Friendly pets are permitted in the camping areas and should be leashed.

There are a limited number of electric hookups available for an additional $30 fee. One RV is allowed per electric pass. Go to our Tickets page to purchase an electric site. All sites are 120 Volts, so bring your adapter. AC use is not possible due to the park's electric system limitations.

Please respect the park. Fires are only allowed in fire rings (not provided). Remember to clean up after yourselves and your pets. We aim to leave Lazy Brook Park just as beautiful as we found it.

 

Lodging

If primitive camping isn’t ideal for you, be sure to check out The Prince Hotel in Tunkhannock.

 

Visit the Endless Mountains website for more info on other accommodations.

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Electric Camping

Water fill is available on site, and port-o-lavs are conveniently located throughout the park. Ice and firewood will be available for purchase. Please note there are no showers and no RV pumping station on site. Cozy Creek Campground is located 1.5 miles from the festival grounds and offers RV pumping for $20 and a daily shower pass for $8.

Campground Utilities

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