Camp Timberledge is nestled on 280-acres of woodland and lakes in the Pocono mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania. (Download a Pictorial Tour of the Camp Timberledge grounds.)
BUILDINGS (Camp Map)
Camp Lodge: The year-round retreat center includes a 2,000 square-foot all-purpose area and balcony, with meeting and worship facilities for 100 guests and a dining area for 48 guests. The Camp Lodge provides housing for 22 guests, including three rooms, each with one queen bed; two rooms, each with two queen beds; one room with two twin beds; and a two-bedroom apartment with one bedroom with two queen beds and a second with one. In addition, youth groups enjoy the overflow sleeping space in the all purpose area. The Camp Lodge includes lounges, a warming kitchen, five restrooms with showers and a large deck.
Cabins: Three new cabins (two sleep 14 and one 16) are located near the restroom building and dining hall.
Tents: Four 16-foot square tents mounted on wooden platforms, sleep eight. Tents are located near the cabins and restroom (bath house) building.
The Dining Hall includes a commercial kitchen and a dining area that seats 75.
The restrooms with toilets and showers were recently remodeled and winterized and are available for use by those in tents and cabins.
The lean-to sleeps eight and is located in the forest near the high bridge waterfall, about ½ miles from the Camp Center. It does not have restroom facilities.
The boat house, on the shore of Timberledge Lake, is used for craft.
- PROGRAM FACILITIES
- Lake, ponds and waterfall
- Swimming, fishing, kayaking, boating and canoeing
- Ballfield, basketball and volleyball courts
- Climbing wall and climbing ledges
- Rifle and archery ranges
- Mountain Biking
- Five overnight campsites
Hiking Trails: There are three groomed miles of marked hiking, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing trails at Camp Timberledge. Download our “Trail Map“.
Animals: Timberledge Lake is stocked with pickerel, bass, bluegills, catfish. Wildlife — beaver, deer, raccoons, squirrels and birds, including geese and ducks — are often witnessed on the grounds. Download our “Must See Animals” List.