3500 Forest Street

Lehighton, PA 18235

610-377-9577

Parking At The Woods

One car is allowed per campsite – other cars should be parked in a designated parking area.

Designated Parking Areas

Designated Parking Areas

  • The parking corral across from guest services
  • Spaces along the camp road surrounding 3 sides of Overflow Field A.  Please look for painted lines showing parking areas.
  • Spaces along the camp road along Overflow areas C and D.  Please look for painted lines showing parking areas.
  • The grass lots under the high tower power lines.
  • The angled spaces along Diversity way (these are intended for Tent Grove site occupants)
  • The parking lot east of the Tenting Grove (these are intended for Tent Grove site occupants)

Note:  Overflow Parking Lot A near our maintenance barn is intended for Perm campers only.  If you’re not a Perm site owner, please seek other parking areas.

All vehicles must have a parking pass hung from your rear view mirror and clearly displayed outward  for our security team.

Can I park my vehicle at my Overflow site?
  • We ask that vehicles are not parked near their overflow camping site in order to allow more room for other Overflow campers.  Those guests who camp in overflow and need to have their vehicle at their campsite will not be able to remove their vehicle until check out time (noon on the final day).  It is unsafe to drive through our fields with people and invisible tent ropes that can be struck by your vehicle.  Night driving is even worse due to restricted views and blinding headlights.  All vehicles should avoid wet ground.
  • If you are camping in overflow and need your vehicle close-by due to medical necessity, you should have a handicap plate or mirror badge.
What if my vehicle is my Overflow camping equipment?
  • If you have a drivable camping unit, you will not be able to remove your vehicle from overflow until check out time (noon on the final day).  It is unsafe to drive through our fields with people and invisible tent ropes that can be struck by your vehicle.  Night driving is even worse due to restricted views and blinding headlights.  All vehicles should avoid wet ground. Consider choosing a site at the edge of an overflow area.
  • The Woods Campground does not permit overnight camping in a vehicle that is not outfitted with sleeping accommodations.  If a guest has a pickup, van, etc. with an air mattress, we’re not opposed to that unless it seems as though you just grabbed your porch swing cushion or have no other “camping” comforts.  You are at The Woods to “Camp,” not just sleep after a day of drinking and laying in the sun.