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Camp Tweedale

Oxford, Chester County; 120 acres along Octoraro Reservoir.

Capacity: 262.

Activities: Archery, swimming, boating, wildlife study, crafts, cooking, musical theater, dance, backpacking and biking, rock climbing.

Facilities: Cabins with toilets and shower, platform tents, A-frames, and Conestoga wagons.

Camp Tohikanee

North of Quakertown, upper Bucks County; 236 acres along Tohickon Creek.

Capacity: 368.

Activities: Sports field, archery range, pool, barn theater, arts center, nature center, and rope-challenge courses.

Facilities: Platform tents and A-frame cabins. Some units have running water and restroom facilities.

Camp Hidden Falls

Dingmans Ferry, Pike County; 1,000 acres on Sunset Lake in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.

Capacity: 264.

Activities: Hiking, canoeing, backpacking, nature activities; offsite, skiing, snowboarding, canoeing, tubing, and whitewater rafting.

Facilities: Platform tents, screened-in cabins, winterized cottages, primitive units for warm-weather use.

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Camp Laughing Waters

Gilberstville, Montgomery County, 497 acres with stream

Capacity: 546.

Activities: Swimming, crafts, nature actvities, equestrian program.

Facilities: Platform tents and cabins.

Camp Mosey Wood

Lake Harmony, Carbon County; 425 acres on lake.

Capacity: 410.

Activities: Swìmming and boating, high-rope course and climbing wall, hiking, archery, volleyball.

Facilities: Platform tents, enclosed unit houses, cabins, buildings for cold-weather use.

Camp Wood Haven

Pine Grove, Schuylkill County; 286 acres along Swatara Creek.

Capacity: 325.

Activities: Nature programs, horseback riding, leadership programs, boating.

Facilities: Tents, shelters and Tree House.

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