1. General

By Car: We are located just about 2 hours away from NYC and Philadelphia. Plug in our address and get on your way!

  • 193 Resort Drive, Tannersville, PA 18372

By Air: There are different airports within a two hour drive in Northeast Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. Two are below:

By Bus: There is a bus that departs from Port Authority, New York and travels to two locations close to Camelback Resort, Mt. Pocono or Mt Airy Casino. Here is a link to Martz Trailways, a bus company. From there you could take a taxi to the resort, Mountain Taxi is a local cab company, their number is (570) ­839­-2222.

Aquatopia, USA Today’s #1 Indoor Waterpark, is included in your stay. Bask in the sun shining through the PA’s largest texlon roof and enjoy a constant 84 degrees. Check out our unique rides, slides and attractions.

For the health and comfort of all our guests, we do not allow any pets into the Lodge. Service animals as defined by the ADA are allowed in the resort, except in the pools and attractions of the waterpark.

If you will be arriving by car, at the lodge a standard overnight self-parking is $25 per night/vehicle plus tax, which will be applied at check in. Permit must be displayed until departure and is valid in all lots. For day guests visiting the Aquatopia, Snowtubing Park, Mountain VIlliage (Camelbeach Outdoor Waterpark & Ski Mountain) or Mountain Adventures:

  • General Parking $12/vehicle in Lots D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D13, D14
  • Premium Parking Lot D2: Mon- Fri $40/vehicle | Sat – Sun $50/vehicle | Handicap Parking $12/vehicle Daily
  • Premium Parking Lot D3: $30/vehicle Daily
  • Click Here to access the full parking map

Season Passholders receive free general parking, excluding premium lots. Lodge guests may park in general parking lots, please display your parking permit which will be issued at check-in.

Make it simple and buy general parking in advance of your arrival. If you have not paid online in advance, follow the Cashless payment instructions on lot signage. Reminder Premium parking only available for on site purchase please follow the cashless payment instructions on lot signage.

This parking policy gives the ability to ensure that we may offer appropriate and safe parking for all of our guests, monitor/control the flow of traffic and assist in continuing to make parking lot improvements at the resort. Ensuring a smooth and safe process for all our guests.

Camelback Lodge and Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark is a non smoking facility. This includes all guest rooms, meeting rooms, patios and balconies. Designated smoking areas are located outside of the Lodge.

ACCEPTANCE OF THIS TICKET CONSTITUTES A CONTRACT. THE CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT ARE SET FORTH BELOW AND WILL PREVENT OR RESTRICT YOUR ABILITY TO SUE CAMELBACK

This Contract is between the undersigned patron/parent/guardian (hereinafter “Patron”) and Camelback Resort, its Owners, Operators and Lessors: CMBK Resort Holdings, LLC, CMBK Resort Operations, LLC, KSL Camelback Management, LLC, EPT Ski Properties, Inc., the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and their respective owners, officers, directors, partners, members, investors, operators, management companies, agents, servants and employees (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Camelback”)

ASSUMPTION OF RISK, RELEASE, AGREEMENT NOT TO SUE AND AGREEMENT TO INDEMNIFY

1.      Patron acknowledges and agrees that THEIR use of Camelback’s facilities, services, equipment and/or premises, involves risks of injury to persons and property including, but not limited to, the risks described below and the risks of being exposed to Covid-19 or other infectious diseases.  Patron or Parent/Guardian acknowledges and agrees that:

(a) Patron’s entry into and use of Camelback is voluntary;

(b) Patron assumes responsibilities for all risks described in this Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity; and

 (c) as a condition of and in consideration for Patron’s entry into Camelback’s facilities for any purpose, Patron or Parent/Guardian hereby releases, holds harmless and agrees to indemnify AND DEFEND Camelback, its directors, officers, employees, and agents from and against all liability to Patron, THEIR children and THEIR personal representatives, assigns, heirs, next of kin and/or guests accompanying THEM to Camelback (collectively, the “Releasing and Indemnifying Agents”) for any loss or damage. PATRON forever gives up any claims or demands therefor, on account of injury to Releasing and Indemnifying Agents’ person or property, including injury leading to Releasing and Indemnifying Agents’ death, whether caused by the active or passive negligence of Camelback or otherwise, to the fullest extent permitted by law, while Releasing and Indemnifying Agents are in, upon, or about Camelback’s premises or using any Camelback facilities, services or equipment or as a result of exposure to COVID-19 or other infectious diseases while Releasing and Indemnifying Agents were in, upon or about Camelback’s premises or using any Camelback facilities. 

Patron further acknowledges and agrees that Patron has read this Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity, and agrees that no oral representations, statements or inducements apart from this Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity have been made.

II.    IN CONSIDERATION OF BEING ALLOWED TO USE CAMELBACK’S FACILITIES, I AGREE THAT I WILL NOT SUE CAMELBACK AND WILL RELEASE CAMELBACK FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY IF I AM INJURED WHILE USING ANY OF CAMELBACK’S FACILITIES OR WHILE PRESENT ON CAMELBACK’S PROPERTY, EVEN IF I CONTEND THAT SUCH INJURIES ARE THE RESULT OF NEGLIGENCE, INCLUDING GROSS NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY OTHER IMPROPER CONDUCT FOR WHICH A RELEASE IS NOT CONTRARY TO PUBLIC POLICY, ON THE PART OF CAMELBACK. I FURTHER AGREE THAT I WILL IMDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS CAMELBACK FROM ANY LOSS, LIABILITY, DAMAGE OR COST OF ANY KIND THAT MAY OCCUR AS THE RESULT OF ANY INJURY TO MYSELF, OR TO  ANY PERSON FOR WHOM I AM SIGNING THIS AGREEMENT, EVEN IF IT IS CONTENDED THAT ANY SUCH INJURY WAS CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE, INCLUDING GROSS NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY OTHER IMPROPER CONDUCT FOR WHICH A RELEASE IS NOT CONTRARY TO PUBLIC POLICY, ON THE PART OF CAMELBACK. I FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THIS AGREEMENT EXTENDS TO MY PRESENCE AT CAMELBACK PURSUANT TO ALL COMPLIMENTARY, PURCHASED, TRADES, EMPLOYEE DISCOUNTED AND VOLUNTEER DISCOUNTED TICKETS OR ANY OTHER TICKETS, PASSES, OR CARDS, PROMOTIONAL OR OTHERWISE THAT I MIGHT HAVE OR MAY OBTAIN.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RISKS

The undersigned, in consideration of permission to use Camelback’s facilities, voluntarily assumes the risk of injury or even death while participating in recreational activities at Camelback. I agree and understand that the activities, including the use of lifts utility terrain vehicles, rock climbing, bungy jumping and tubing, are inherently dangerous and further recognize my responsibility to inspect the facilities and equipment and read and obey all signs, rules, video presentations, oral instructions, and regulations associated with the activities at Camelback. There are inherent risks in the participation in or on any, amusement ride, device, attraction and other recreational activity (hereinafter “Recreational Activities”). Patron, by his/her participation or use, accept the risks inherent in such Recreational Activities of which the ordinary prudent person is or should be aware. Patron has a duty to exercise good judgment and act in a responsible manner while using, participating in or observing Recreational Activities and to obey all oral, video, and written instructions and warnings, prior to or during such use or participation. Patron has a duty to refrain from participating in or on any amusement activity when under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Patron has a duty to properly use all safety equipment associated with Recreational Activities. Other risks include, but are not limited to: slips and falls, risk of drowning, and other inherent risks associated with Recreational Activities, swimming and wading pools and other attractions, wet and dry, that present the risk of injury or death. 

Notwithstanding the foregoing, if I sue Camelback, I agree that I will only bring suit, whether it be on my own behalf or on behalf of a family member, in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County or in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and further agree that any and all disputes which might arise between Camelback and myself or my family members(s) shall be litigated exclusively in one of said courts. I understand and agree that this Agreement Not to Sue is governed by the laws of Pennsylvania. I further agree that if any part of this Agreement is found to be unenforceable, all other parts shall be given full force and effect.

I have read and understand the above RELEASE, AGREEMENT NOT TO SUE and ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RISKS, and am voluntarily signing below, manually or electronically, with the intent to be legally bound by this Contract with the consent of my Spouse (if any) and understand that I may be giving up the rights of my child and spouse to sue as well as giving up my own right to sue. I further agree that if any part of this Contract is determined to be unenforceable, all other parts shall be given their full force and effect.

REV 5/13/2021

Yes, we offer WiFi internet service to support multiple devices.

Yes we offer 22,000 sq. ft of meeting space in 5 ballrooms, breakout rooms and an intimate boardroom/brides room.

View our Groups & Meetings info.

Yes, we have multiple types of specials and packages available, which include your waterpark admission. Check them out on our specials page.

As the leading four-season resort in the Pocono Mountains, Camelback Lodge offers guests seasonal specials and packages that combine Lodge amenities and Camelback Resort’s adventures and attractions. We urge you to check the Specials page for the latest offers.

Please peruse this website, it has a lot of great information regarding Camelback Resort or contact our Call Center at (855­) 515­-1283.

Camelback Resort has been a part of the local community for over 50 years. We’ve seen good times and hard times. This is certainly one of the hardest, but we’re in this together! Camelback Cares is a program that supports our local community, frontline workers and associates with resources and special rate plans.

Job listings and an online application are available to view on our employment page.

Camelback Resort is equipped to accommodate mobility accessible needs in the following areas of the resort:

  • Main entrance (automatic doors)
  • Accessible routes to all public areas including Aquatopia, Arcade, restaurants, Spa, meeting areas, suites, registration, 
  • Select meeting spaces
  • Areas of the fitness center (accessible by elevator)
  • Restaurants (certain restaurants offered sloped entryway)
  • All floors/resort suites are accessible by elevator
  • Shuttle services are available for on property amenities and adventures, certain shuttles are Handicap accessible. 

Handicap Accessible Rooms: Features include lowered closet shelves, safe and vanity area, roll-in shower, grab bars and extra space provided in both the bedroom and bathroom areas.

Hearing Accessible Rooms: Features include visual alarm and notification devices for the doorbell and incoming telephone calls.

Yes, if you will be arriving by car, standard overnight self-parking is $25 per night per car plus tax, which will be applied at check in. Permit must be displayed until departure and is valid in all lots.

For Day Guests visiting Aquatopia, Mountain Adventures or Camelbeach Outdoor Waterpark:

  • General Parking $12/vehicle in Lots D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D13, D14
  • Premium Parking Lot D2: Mon- Fri $40/vehicle | Sat – Sun $50/vehicle | Handicap Parking $12/vehicle Daily
  • Premium Parking Lot D3: $30/vehicle Daily
  • Click Here to access the full parking map

Season Passholders receive free general parking, excluding premium lots. Lodge guests may park in general parking lots, please display your parking permit which will be issued at check-in.

Make it simple and buy general parking in advance of your arrival. If you have not paid online in advance, follow the Cashless payment instructions on lot signage. Reminder Premium parking only available for on site purchase please follow the cashless payment instructions on lot signage.

2. SAFETY PROTOCOLS

Face coverings are required in all public areas at the Resort, unless you are fully vaccinated according to the updated Order of the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health Requiring universal face coverings. Or qualify for an exception listed under Section 3 of the Order.

We take extra care in performing extreme cleaning procedures at all the mountain adventures. These techniques are our daily practices for ensuring the safety and health of our guests.

• Climbing gear will be steam cleaned.
• Helmets will be disinfected IAW manufacturer’s guidance.
• Mountain coaster carts will be sanitized and wiped down with Ecolab solution, paying attention to the handles, then returned to service.
• Associate continually wiping down surfaces within the building.

• Sanitizer stations are placed throughout the facility, including counter areas for easy access for guest use.
• A deep disinfecting is done either before open or after close.
• We will additionally disinfect throughout the day with a quick acting CDC approved disinfection agent paying close attention to our “High Touch” areas.
• Ropes Course – Sanitize harnesses between uses with Clorox Disinfectant Spray. Make sure the harness sits for the specified amount of time needed to sanitize.
• Escape Rooms – Sanitize with the Protexus gun between sessions paying close attention to all touch points.
• Kiosk – Sanitize kiosk touch screens with EZ-Kill several times per hour, sanitize the rest of the cabinet with Protexus sprayer multiple times per shift.

We continue our extreme cleaning procedures within the waterpark, these techniques are our daily practices for ensuring the safety and health of our guests.

  • Face Coverings are required in Aquatopia when not using water attractions. This includes but is not limited to, restrooms/changing rooms, walking in the park, all public areas and all Food and Beverage outlets.
  • Chemicals and safety protocol for all pools, rides and slides meet and exceed industry standards.
  • As the CDC states, “There is no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread to humans through the use of pools and hot tubs. Proper operation, maintenance and disinfection (e.g., with chlorine and bromine) of pools and hot tubs should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19.”
  • No pairing of different parties in group rafts.
  • Waterpark locker rooms and Waterpark common areas are cleaned and disinfected utilizing CDC approved disinfectant throughout the resort.
  • Chaise lounge chairs and Cabanas will be pressure washed on rotation in the morning prior to opening, and electrostatically sanitized each night after closing.
  • Cabana guest contact surfaces to be sanitized after each use and to be pressure washed and sanitized each night.
  • All guard chairs will be provided with assigned disinfection material. Lifeguard stands to be sanitized upon rotation.
  • Sanitize high frequency touch points (Entry kiosks, door handles, push plates, towel desk, thresholds and hand railings, tables and chairs, trash cans, etc) continuously.
  • Chlorine levels manually checked continually

  • Camelbeach will be open with 75% occupancy to provide plenty of space.
  • All guests to Camelbeach are required to wear a face covering when entering the park and while in any building facilities. Face coverings are not required while enjoying the water activities or while seated for eating. We do ask that you wear a mask walking to and from your table to eat. 
  • Camelbeach will be cashless, transactions are encouraged to be paid by credit card only 
  • Lines will be marked with appropriate physical distancing intervals as a visual indicator.
  • Seating areas will be arranged in family style “pods“ located appropriately distanced from any other groups.  
  • No pairing of different parties in group rafts.
  • Hand sanitizing stations will be placed all over the park.
  • Chaise lounge chairs and Cabanas to be sanitized. Cabanas to be pressure washed.

There will be limited housekeeping services available upon request, however we have created a new procedure to ensure limited interaction between guests and employees. 

  • Stayover services may be offered upon request. The guests are asked to leave the room for the service to be completed.
  • Should you need fresh linens, they will be provided to your room in a sealed bag along with a second bag for used linen. All used linen or towels are to be placed into the empty bag and left outside your door for housekeeping to collect. 
  • Housekeeping shall not enter a guest room during a stay unless specifically requested, or approved, by the guest, or to comply with established safety protocols.
  • Industry leading cleaning and sanitizing protocols are used to clean guest rooms, with particular attention paid to high-touch non-porous items.
  • After cleaning and disinfecting the room, a sticker indicating that it has been cleaned and disinfected will be placed on the door to seal the room.

3. LODGING

Camelback Lodge has:

  • 453 rooms (from single room suites up to 3 ­bedroom suites)
  • Aquatopia, a 125,000 sq ft indoor waterpark (with 7 pools, 13 slides, a FlowRider, adventure river, etc.)
  • 30,000 sq ft indoor, dry adventure center (with ropes course, mini­golf, laser tag, over 100 arcade games and more!)
  • 22,000 sq ft of meeting and event space
  • Multiple dining options
  • Adult & kid spa

Call our reservations office at (855­) 515-­1283. Or, take advantage of our online reservation system and reserve 24/7.

Check-­In: Begins at 4:00PM, or earlier if your room becomes available. If you arrive early, feel free to enjoy all of our activities and attractions. You can access Aquatopia as early as 12:30PM; lockers and changing rooms are available.

Check-­Out: Check-out is at 11:00AM. Once you check­-out, you can continue to enjoy our activities and attractions for the remainder of the day. Requests for late checkouts are accepted, but not guaranteed depending on hotel occupancy. Please call the front desk from your guest room to see if a late check­out is available for your room.

Yes, we offer special rates for groups of 10 or more rooms. Our group phone number is (570)­ 629-1665 ext. 3. Please view our Groups & Meetings section for more information.

Your adventure doesn’t have to end when you leave Aquatopia, but shoes, shirt and/or swim suit cover­ups are required when walking through the lobby, dining in any restaurant, or any public area outside of Aquatopia.

Yes Bell and Valet Services will both be available.

• Bell service will be provided upon request – Guests may also use self-service luggage carts.
• Bell carts and self-service luggage carts will be retrieved and sanitized by an associate after each use. A member of the Bell Staff will place sticker on the cart to indicate it has been sanitized.
• Additional fee applies for Valet Services.

If you will be arriving by car, at the lodge a standard overnight self-parking is $25 per night/vehicle plus tax, which will be applied at check in. Permit must be displayed until departure and is valid in all lots. For day guests visiting the Aquatopia, Snowtubing Park, Mountain VIlliage (Camelbeach Outdoor Waterpark & Ski Mountain) or Mountain Adventures:

  • General Parking $12/vehicle in Lots D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D13, D14
  • Premium Parking Lot D2: Mon- Fri $40/vehicle | Sat – Sun $50/vehicle | Handicap Parking $12/vehicle Daily
  • Premium Parking Lot D3: $30/vehicle Daily
  • Click Here to access the full parking map

Season Passholders receive free general parking, excluding premium lots. Lodge guests may park in general parking lots, please display your parking permit which will be issued at check-in.

Make it simple and buy general parking in advance of your arrival. If you have not paid online in advance, follow the Cashless payment instructions on lot signage. Reminder Premium parking only available for on site purchase please follow the cashless payment instructions on lot signage.

This parking policy gives the ability to ensure that we may offer appropriate and safe parking for all of our guests, monitor/control the flow of traffic and assist in continuing to make parking lot improvements at the resort. Ensuring a smooth and safe process for all our guests.

There will be limited housekeeping services available upon request, however we have created a new procedure to ensure limited interaction between guests and employees. 

  • Stayover services may be offered upon request. The guests are asked to leave the room for the service to be completed.
  • Should you need fresh linens, they will be provided to your room in a sealed bag along with a second bag for used linen. All used linen or towels are to be placed into the empty bag and left outside your door for housekeeping to collect. 
  • Housekeeping shall not enter a guest room during a stay unless specifically requested, or approved, by the guest, or to comply with established safety protocols.
  • Industry leading cleaning and sanitizing protocols are used to clean guest rooms, with particular attention paid to high-touch non-porous items.
  • After cleaning and disinfecting the room, a sticker indicating that it has been cleaned and disinfected will be placed on the door to seal the room.

Yes, we offer WiFi internet service to support multiple devices.

Camelback Resort fee was created in an effort to provide guests with exceptional value and comfort away from home by grouping amenities into one cost. These amenities include (not limited to): High Speed Internet, Fitness Center, Inter-Resort Shuttle Services, In-room coffee/tea in select suites, In-room safe, Seasonal Crafts and Activities, Concierge Services, and more. Plus Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark is always included with every stay.

If you choose to cancel your reservation for any reason you may be subject to a $100 processing fee and or forfeiture of deposit.  All cancelation policies and fees are noted on the individual rate booked.

Yes we offer 22,000 sq. ft of meeting space in 5 ballrooms, breakout rooms and an intimate boardroom/brides room.

View our Groups & Meetings info.

Yes, Camelback Lodge is an advance deposit hotel. To guarantee your reservation, we require the first night’s lodging, taxes, and resort fee to be billed to a major credit card at the time of booking. The same credit card must be presented along with a valid photo ID at the time of check-­in. The credit card will remain on file during your stay, so if any incidental charges are placed to the room from any of the resort amenities, it will be charged at check-­out. If you wish to pay by cash or another credit card, please be sure to settle with the front desk prior to 11 am on the day of check-­out.

You must be at least 21 years of age to reserve or check into a room. All guests under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Identification is required at check-­in.

We have single room suites as well as suites with 1, 2 and 3 private bedrooms, including some loft units. We also have suites with full kitchens and fireplaces. View our lodging page for full descriptions and layouts. Remember, Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark is included with your stay.

Not all rooms have a balcony. Be sure to let your booking agent know you want one ahead of time.

Yes, quiet hours are from 11:00PM-7:00AM. For the comfort and enjoyment of all guests, we ask that you please keep noise levels to a minimum during these hours.

Ski/snowboard equipment is not permitted in our guest rooms. We have a Ski Check area across from Trails End Pub & Grille. Upon arrival, one of our friendly ski valets will bring your equipment down to Ski Check for storage. When you are ready to hit the slopes, head down to Ski Check to pick up your equipment.

Wheeled Vehicles that are not for handicapped use are prohibited inside the Lodge. This includes, but is not limited to, hoverboards, bicycles, roller blades, skateboards, etc. Feel free to ride around outside, the scenery is beautiful!

4. DINING

Guests are free to enjoy outside food & beverage in their guest rooms. Outside food & beverage is not permitted inside Aquatopia. Restaurant and concession seating areas are for Lodge Food and Beverage use only. Outside food and beverage, pizza parties or small group gatherings, are not permitted in these areas, unless authorized through the Camelback Lodge Group Sales office.

Yes, please let your server know of any allergies or dietary restrictions. Our Manager on Duty and Chef will be informed.

Yes! We welcome the local community to enjoy dining on our property outlets. Just visit OpenTable to make a reservation.

Yes! We have over 15 dining venues around the resort whether you are looking to enjoy a sit down meal or just a grab-n-go style. Call ahead or check OpenTable to make your reservation. Please see the individual outlets on our website for detailed hours of operation.

5. AQUATOPIA

Aquatopia is 125,000 square feet and features a transparent roof, which allows sunlight in and the opportunity to tan year round. 13 slides, a wavepool, an adventure river, multi­level play and spray structures, toddler area, simulated surfing experience and food and beverage services, including a swim-­up bar round out the action and adventures. Best of all – the temperature is always 84°.

  • Venus SlydeTrap Waterslide is the only combination slide of its kind in the World.
  • Storm Chaser Water Coaster is the longest indoor water coaster slide in the World.
  • The Adventure River runs underground and is a highly themed attraction everyone will enjoy. 
  • Aquatopia is illuminated at night, but gently, to make the waterpark feel like evening. It’s purely magical and unlike any other in the U.S.A.! 
  • And there’s much, much more!

For admission to both Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark and Camelbeach, children age 2 and under are free of charge.

Park hours vary by the date and occupancy. Hours and other waterpark information will be available if you view the Hours of Operation page or contact the lodge call center at (855­) 515­-1283.

Minimum is 20 guests and the maximum is 50 guests.

If you will be arriving by car, at the lodge a standard overnight self-parking is $25 per night/vehicle plus tax, which will be applied at check in. Permit must be displayed until departure and is valid in all lots. For day guests visiting the Aquatopia, Snowtubing Park, Mountain VIlliage (Camelbeach Outdoor Waterpark & Ski Mountain) or Mountain Adventures:

  • General Parking $12/vehicle in Lots D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D13, D14
  • Premium Parking Lot D2: Mon- Fri $40/vehicle | Sat – Sun $50/vehicle | Handicap Parking $12/vehicle Daily
  • Premium Parking Lot D3: $30/vehicle Daily
  • Click Here to access the full parking map

Season Passholders receive free general parking, excluding premium lots. Lodge guests may park in general parking lots, please display your parking permit which will be issued at check-in.

Make it simple and buy general parking in advance of your arrival. If you have not paid online in advance, follow the Cashless payment instructions on lot signage. Reminder Premium parking only available for on site purchase please follow the cashless payment instructions on lot signage.

This parking policy gives the ability to ensure that we may offer appropriate and safe parking for all of our guests, monitor/control the flow of traffic and assist in continuing to make parking lot improvements at the resort. Ensuring a smooth and safe process for all our guests.

All children under the age of 12 must be supervised by an adult at all times. Although there are certified lifeguards on duty, parents are encouraged to stay with their children at all times regardless of age. The waterparks and other amenities contain features and elements that are not suitable for a child’s unsupervised participation.

Towels are provided at Aquatopia indoor waterpark for you to use. A towel program has been implemented, please ask guest services if you have any questions.

Yes, lockers are available at the indoor waterpark and ski­-in & ski­-out check­-in area for a nominal fee.  We recommend keeping any larger items in your room or vehicle.

Aquatopia and Camelbeach reserves the right to close slides and attractions throughout the day due to weather, staffing, and the safety and security of our guests and employees.

Outside food & beverage is not permitted inside Aquatopia. Restaurant and concession seating areas are for Lodge Food and Beverage use only. Outside food and beverage, pizza parties or small group gatherings, are not permitted in these areas, unless authorized through the Camelback Lodge Group Sales office. If the food was purchased inside the hotel we will allow it inside Aquatopia as long as it’s not inside a glass container. There is no glass whatsoever allowed inside the waterpark. We do allow sealed bottles of water and baby formula (as long as it’s not in a glass container). 

6. indoor fun

Different games have different requirements. Be sure to check out the individual pages for more information.

Arcade passes can be purchased on the second level of arcade off of the main lobby or on the first level at ticket redemption.

Arcade passes must be purchased onsite. Check out the different kinds of passes we offer here.

Yes, we offer WiFi internet service to support multiple devices.

Camelback Resort is equipped to accommodate mobility accessible needs in the following areas of the resort:

  • Main entrance (automatic doors)
  • Accessible routes to all public areas including Aquatopia, Arcade, restaurants, Spa, meeting areas, suites, registration, 
  • Select meeting spaces
  • Areas of the fitness center (accessible by elevator)
  • Restaurants (certain restaurants offered sloped entryway)
  • All floors/resort suites are accessible by elevator
  • Shuttle services are available for on property amenities and adventures, certain shuttles are Handicap accessible. 

Handicap Accessible Rooms: Features include lowered closet shelves, safe and vanity area, roll-in shower, grab bars and extra space provided in both the bedroom and bathroom areas.

Hearing Accessible Rooms: Features include visual alarm and notification devices for the doorbell and incoming telephone calls.

7. mountain adventures

All Camelback Mountain Adventure tickets are to be purchased online. Purchase tickets in advance to secure your desired time slot.

Going down the Mountain Coaster guests can reach up to 25 MPH. Guests are in control of the speed going down the coaster.

If you will be arriving by car, at the lodge a standard overnight self-parking is $25 per night/vehicle plus tax, which will be applied at check in. Permit must be displayed until departure and is valid in all lots. For day guests visiting the Aquatopia, Snowtubing Park, Mountain VIlliage (Camelbeach Outdoor Waterpark & Ski Mountain) or Mountain Adventures:

  • General Parking $12/vehicle in Lots D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D13, D14
  • Premium Parking Lot D2: Mon- Fri $40/vehicle | Sat – Sun $50/vehicle | Handicap Parking $12/vehicle Daily
  • Premium Parking Lot D3: $30/vehicle Daily
  • Click Here to access the full parking map

Season Passholders receive free general parking, excluding premium lots. Lodge guests may park in general parking lots, please display your parking permit which will be issued at check-in.

Make it simple and buy general parking in advance of your arrival. If you have not paid online in advance, follow the Cashless payment instructions on lot signage. Reminder Premium parking only available for on site purchase please follow the cashless payment instructions on lot signage.

This parking policy gives the ability to ensure that we may offer appropriate and safe parking for all of our guests, monitor/control the flow of traffic and assist in continuing to make parking lot improvements at the resort. Ensuring a smooth and safe process for all our guests.

ACCEPTANCE OF THIS TICKET CONSTITUTES A CONTRACT. THE CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT ARE SET FORTH BELOW AND WILL PREVENT OR RESTRICT YOUR ABILITY TO SUE CAMELBACK

This Contract is between the undersigned patron/parent/guardian (hereinafter “Patron”) and Camelback Resort, its Owners, Operators and Lessors: CMBK Resort Holdings, LLC, CMBK Resort Operations, LLC, KSL Camelback Management, LLC, EPT Ski Properties, Inc., the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and their respective owners, officers, directors, partners, members, investors, operators, management companies, agents, servants and employees (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Camelback”)

ASSUMPTION OF RISK, RELEASE, AGREEMENT NOT TO SUE AND AGREEMENT TO INDEMNIFY

1.      Patron acknowledges and agrees that THEIR use of Camelback’s facilities, services, equipment and/or premises, involves risks of injury to persons and property including, but not limited to, the risks described below and the risks of being exposed to Covid-19 or other infectious diseases.  Patron or Parent/Guardian acknowledges and agrees that:

(a) Patron’s entry into and use of Camelback is voluntary;

(b) Patron assumes responsibilities for all risks described in this Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity; and

 (c) as a condition of and in consideration for Patron’s entry into Camelback’s facilities for any purpose, Patron or Parent/Guardian hereby releases, holds harmless and agrees to indemnify AND DEFEND Camelback, its directors, officers, employees, and agents from and against all liability to Patron, THEIR children and THEIR personal representatives, assigns, heirs, next of kin and/or guests accompanying THEM to Camelback (collectively, the “Releasing and Indemnifying Agents”) for any loss or damage. PATRON forever gives up any claims or demands therefor, on account of injury to Releasing and Indemnifying Agents’ person or property, including injury leading to Releasing and Indemnifying Agents’ death, whether caused by the active or passive negligence of Camelback or otherwise, to the fullest extent permitted by law, while Releasing and Indemnifying Agents are in, upon, or about Camelback’s premises or using any Camelback facilities, services or equipment or as a result of exposure to COVID-19 or other infectious diseases while Releasing and Indemnifying Agents were in, upon or about Camelback’s premises or using any Camelback facilities. 

Patron further acknowledges and agrees that Patron has read this Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity, and agrees that no oral representations, statements or inducements apart from this Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity have been made.

II.    IN CONSIDERATION OF BEING ALLOWED TO USE CAMELBACK’S FACILITIES, I AGREE THAT I WILL NOT SUE CAMELBACK AND WILL RELEASE CAMELBACK FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY IF I AM INJURED WHILE USING ANY OF CAMELBACK’S FACILITIES OR WHILE PRESENT ON CAMELBACK’S PROPERTY, EVEN IF I CONTEND THAT SUCH INJURIES ARE THE RESULT OF NEGLIGENCE, INCLUDING GROSS NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY OTHER IMPROPER CONDUCT FOR WHICH A RELEASE IS NOT CONTRARY TO PUBLIC POLICY, ON THE PART OF CAMELBACK. I FURTHER AGREE THAT I WILL IMDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS CAMELBACK FROM ANY LOSS, LIABILITY, DAMAGE OR COST OF ANY KIND THAT MAY OCCUR AS THE RESULT OF ANY INJURY TO MYSELF, OR TO  ANY PERSON FOR WHOM I AM SIGNING THIS AGREEMENT, EVEN IF IT IS CONTENDED THAT ANY SUCH INJURY WAS CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE, INCLUDING GROSS NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY OTHER IMPROPER CONDUCT FOR WHICH A RELEASE IS NOT CONTRARY TO PUBLIC POLICY, ON THE PART OF CAMELBACK. I FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THIS AGREEMENT EXTENDS TO MY PRESENCE AT CAMELBACK PURSUANT TO ALL COMPLIMENTARY, PURCHASED, TRADES, EMPLOYEE DISCOUNTED AND VOLUNTEER DISCOUNTED TICKETS OR ANY OTHER TICKETS, PASSES, OR CARDS, PROMOTIONAL OR OTHERWISE THAT I MIGHT HAVE OR MAY OBTAIN.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RISKS

The undersigned, in consideration of permission to use Camelback’s facilities, voluntarily assumes the risk of injury or even death while participating in recreational activities at Camelback. I agree and understand that the activities, including the use of lifts utility terrain vehicles, rock climbing, bungy jumping and tubing, are inherently dangerous and further recognize my responsibility to inspect the facilities and equipment and read and obey all signs, rules, video presentations, oral instructions, and regulations associated with the activities at Camelback. There are inherent risks in the participation in or on any, amusement ride, device, attraction and other recreational activity (hereinafter “Recreational Activities”). Patron, by his/her participation or use, accept the risks inherent in such Recreational Activities of which the ordinary prudent person is or should be aware. Patron has a duty to exercise good judgment and act in a responsible manner while using, participating in or observing Recreational Activities and to obey all oral, video, and written instructions and warnings, prior to or during such use or participation. Patron has a duty to refrain from participating in or on any amusement activity when under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Patron has a duty to properly use all safety equipment associated with Recreational Activities. Other risks include, but are not limited to: slips and falls, risk of drowning, and other inherent risks associated with Recreational Activities, swimming and wading pools and other attractions, wet and dry, that present the risk of injury or death. 

Notwithstanding the foregoing, if I sue Camelback, I agree that I will only bring suit, whether it be on my own behalf or on behalf of a family member, in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County or in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and further agree that any and all disputes which might arise between Camelback and myself or my family members(s) shall be litigated exclusively in one of said courts. I understand and agree that this Agreement Not to Sue is governed by the laws of Pennsylvania. I further agree that if any part of this Agreement is found to be unenforceable, all other parts shall be given full force and effect.

I have read and understand the above RELEASE, AGREEMENT NOT TO SUE and ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RISKS, and am voluntarily signing below, manually or electronically, with the intent to be legally bound by this Contract with the consent of my Spouse (if any) and understand that I may be giving up the rights of my child and spouse to sue as well as giving up my own right to sue. I further agree that if any part of this Contract is determined to be unenforceable, all other parts shall be given their full force and effect.

REV 5/13/2021

8. camelbeach

Simply click on the button below to access the map and directions to the largest waterpark in PA!

Map and Directions

If you want to save time, we suggest you pre-plan and purchase entrance tickets and cabanas online ahead of time. To start, you can buy general tickets, Four For Fun tickets, and twilight tickets today and print them out at home, so when you arrive at the amusement park, your party can walk directly to the gate without waiting in the ticket line. Season passes information can be viewed here.

For admission to both Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark and Camelbeach, children age 2 and under are free of charge.

Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark requires that all guests wear appropriate swimwear. Proper swimwear is defined as a properly fitting and covering, one or two piece swimsuit or shorts that stop above or just below the knees. Thong bottoms, cut-offs, and suits with excessive buckles, rivets, and zippers are not permitted. Children must use diaper covers while enjoying the waterpark attractions.

Also, you and your family will probably be most comfortable if you wear water shoes or flip-flops. Cubbies are conveniently located throughout the amusement park to store footwear while you enjoy the water rides. If you happen to forget something at home, you can stop by The Loft at Camelbeach for all your waterpark essentials and Camelbeach souvenirs. Clothing and tattoos must not depict or display any lewd, offensive, or vulgar pictures and/or language. Turning clothing inside out so as to conceal these offenses is not permissible.

You’ll find both changing rooms and showers at Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark, as well as plenty of bathrooms located throughout the amusement park. Facilities are well marked and our staff monitors them throughout the day to keep them clean and fresh. No one ever wants to leave, but the ride home is a little more enjoyable in dry clothes. Check out the Park Map for locations.

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You may, but please know that the floatation devices you bring must meet US Coast Guard standards, so air-filled swimmies are not sufficient. However, we have plenty of lifejackets available throughout the park, free for your use! Speaking of swimmer safety, please observe all height restrictions, and take comfort in knowing that Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark is 100% compliant with the Virginia Graeme Baker Act.

If you will be arriving by car, at the lodge a standard overnight self-parking is $25 per night/vehicle plus tax, which will be applied at check in. Permit must be displayed until departure and is valid in all lots. For day guests visiting the Aquatopia, Snowtubing Park, Mountain VIlliage (Camelbeach Outdoor Waterpark & Ski Mountain) or Mountain Adventures:

  • General Parking $12/vehicle in Lots D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D13, D14
  • Premium Parking Lot D2: Mon- Fri $40/vehicle | Sat – Sun $50/vehicle | Handicap Parking $12/vehicle Daily
  • Premium Parking Lot D3: $30/vehicle Daily
  • Click Here to access the full parking map

Season Passholders receive free general parking, excluding premium lots. Lodge guests may park in general parking lots, please display your parking permit which will be issued at check-in.

Make it simple and buy general parking in advance of your arrival. If you have not paid online in advance, follow the Cashless payment instructions on lot signage. Reminder Premium parking only available for on site purchase please follow the cashless payment instructions on lot signage.

This parking policy gives the ability to ensure that we may offer appropriate and safe parking for all of our guests, monitor/control the flow of traffic and assist in continuing to make parking lot improvements at the resort. Ensuring a smooth and safe process for all our guests.

Yes! You can rent a locker for the whole day. Check out where the Locker Booth is located by viewing our Park Map.

  • REGULAR LOCKERS: $12.00 per locker
  • LARGE LOCKERS: $18.00 per locker

$10 refundable deposit is available on all lockers once the key is returned for the day.

  • ELECTRONIC LOCKERS: $12-$18 per locker

Accepts credit cards directly. No key is necessary and the whole family can know the personal PIN number that you set. Located in 3 places throughout the park: adjacent to the main gate, the hallway next to the Locker Booth, and in the Annex Changing Rooms.

Camelbeach Pennsylvania amusement park offers sit down grab-n-go service dining, where you can enjoy fresh salads, wraps, chicken fingers, pizza, burgers, hot dogs, cheesesteaks, and succulent BBQ. Also, snacks, treats, beverage stands, and food trucks are located throughout the park. The majority of our food outlets are centrally located right in the heart of the park, making it convenient to satisfy the choosiest eaters.

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  • All backpacks and bags will be inspected prior to entry into Camelbeach.
  • One 20oz bottle of unopened water per person.
  • NO coolers are permitted.
  • NO glass or outside alcohol permitted.
  • NO sharp objects (knives, scissors, etc.) or weapons of any kind are permitted.
  • NO outside food and beverage, with the exception of baby food in plastic containers.
  • Individuals who have special dietary needs should contact fbdirectors@camelbackresort.com.

Not to worry! If you need a bandage or medical attention for any reason, First-Aid is located adjacent to Pipeline and is always staffed. At any given moment, Camelbeach employs over 200 staff members throughout the waterpark, trained for emergencies and ready to answer any questions. Our award-winning lifeguard team is specifically trained and frequently audited by an independent company to ensure that service and safety standards are practiced.

For the comfort and convenience of all our guests, smoking is permitted in designated areas throughout the park. Check out the Park Map to find our smoking areas.

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Did somebody say CABANA? One of our 43 private cabanas is absolutely the ideal spot to set up shop with your family. Cabanas are conveniently located around the Kahuna Lagoon Wavepool, Pharaoh’s Phortress, and the Olympic Pool. These Cabanas come in three sizes; regular sized cabanas that accommodate up to six people, premium cabanas that accommodate up to eight people and VIP cabanas can accommodate up to twelve people. Supplies are limited, so if a Cabana interests you, be sure to reserve yours online before your visit. And let’s not forget that food and beverage service is provided!

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While we have an attentive staff and a great system in place, nothing beats having your own plan. Right in the heart of our park, you’ll find a five foot tall, stone Camel Statue laying on the sand underneath the palm trees. This is a perfect place to rendezvous in the event that you unintentionally become separated from your loved ones.

Here are some helpful hints right from our Security Team:

• Take a deep breath…we’re on it! Most individuals are reunited within fifteen minutes.

• As a family or group, pre-determine a meeting area in the event that you become separated.

• If you are coming to the park with young children, take a moment to identify the various staff members and uniforms that you see. Also, take the extra minute to remind your children what you are wearing, as this will greatly assist our efforts in picking you out from the crowd.

• Did we mention to take a deep breath? There is only one way in and one way out, and the exit is always staffed.

Unfortunately, it’s not all that uncommon for family or group members to become separated from one another while at Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark – it’s a good-sized park, and there are many enticing distractions, like ice cream and waterslides. Fortunately, Camelbeach has a fantastic, attentive staff, and we have a great procedure in place to minimize any anxiety and to expedite a happy reunion.

Camelbeach staff members are easily identifiable; each and every park manager wears a light blue golf shirt and carries a radio. Lifeguards and waterpark attendants wear either red or blue swim suits with well-branded t-shirts, and our security team is dressed in orange Camelbeach t-shirts which read SECURITY across the front. All these team members, including our food and beverage department, are in constant communication.

As soon as any staff member recognizes that an individual may have become separated from a group, or has that “uh-oh, I-can’t-find-my-parents” look in their eyes, we will immediately call by radio to Security. Without hesitation, one of our security members (we have both male and female) will go to the individual and stay with them until they are reunited. Security will go with the individual to the Camel Statue.

Cloudy or rainy days are great days to visit Camelbeach Waterpark!  The lines are usually so short, you’ll think you’re the only one in the park. Plus, all of our water rides are kept at a comfortable temperature level, so if you’re contemplating a weekend getaway and the day’s forecast isn’t perfect… think of those short lines and enjoy your time at the biggest waterpark in PA!

Our state of the art weather alert system is for your safety, while our weather warranty will guarantee your satisfaction. While we don’t offer a refund on tickets, we do make your visit risk free by assuring you that if we must suspend operations due to lightning in the area for more than 90 minutes, you will receive a complimentary ticket to come back at a later date.

All members of your party must be present with their proof of admission and all of their belongings, as receiving the return visit ticket will forfeit the rest of your day’s visit.

If you lose something while in the park, stop by the Locker Booth to see if your item has been returned to our Lost and Found or call (570) 629-1662 (see below for appropriate extension):

Items of value = ext. 5450

Other items left in the waterpark = ext. 2232

Other items left at Camelback Mountain Adventures = ext. 2236

Camelbeach reserves the right to close slides and attractions throughout the day due to weather, staffing, and the safety and security of our guests and employees. 

Guests with disabilities may call Guest Services at 570-629-1662 ext.2001 or email parkhelp@skicamelback.com for further information.

ACCEPTANCE OF THIS TICKET CONSTITUTES A CONTRACT. THE CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT ARE SET FORTH BELOW AND WILL PREVENT OR RESTRICT YOUR ABILITY TO SUE CAMELBACK

This Contract is between the undersigned patron/parent/guardian (hereinafter “Patron”) and Camelback Resort, its Owners, Operators and Lessors: CMBK Resort Holdings, LLC, CMBK Resort Operations, LLC, KSL Camelback Management, LLC, EPT Ski Properties, Inc., the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and their respective owners, officers, directors, partners, members, investors, operators, management companies, agents, servants and employees (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Camelback”)

ASSUMPTION OF RISK, RELEASE, AGREEMENT NOT TO SUE AND AGREEMENT TO INDEMNIFY

1.      Patron acknowledges and agrees that THEIR use of Camelback’s facilities, services, equipment and/or premises, involves risks of injury to persons and property including, but not limited to, the risks described below and the risks of being exposed to Covid-19 or other infectious diseases.  Patron or Parent/Guardian acknowledges and agrees that:

(a) Patron’s entry into and use of Camelback is voluntary;

(b) Patron assumes responsibilities for all risks described in this Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity; and

 (c) as a condition of and in consideration for Patron’s entry into Camelback’s facilities for any purpose, Patron or Parent/Guardian hereby releases, holds harmless and agrees to indemnify AND DEFEND Camelback, its directors, officers, employees, and agents from and against all liability to Patron, THEIR children and THEIR personal representatives, assigns, heirs, next of kin and/or guests accompanying THEM to Camelback (collectively, the “Releasing and Indemnifying Agents”) for any loss or damage. PATRON forever gives up any claims or demands therefor, on account of injury to Releasing and Indemnifying Agents’ person or property, including injury leading to Releasing and Indemnifying Agents’ death, whether caused by the active or passive negligence of Camelback or otherwise, to the fullest extent permitted by law, while Releasing and Indemnifying Agents are in, upon, or about Camelback’s premises or using any Camelback facilities, services or equipment or as a result of exposure to COVID-19 or other infectious diseases while Releasing and Indemnifying Agents were in, upon or about Camelback’s premises or using any Camelback facilities. 

Patron further acknowledges and agrees that Patron has read this Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity, and agrees that no oral representations, statements or inducements apart from this Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity have been made.

II.    IN CONSIDERATION OF BEING ALLOWED TO USE CAMELBACK’S FACILITIES, I AGREE THAT I WILL NOT SUE CAMELBACK AND WILL RELEASE CAMELBACK FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY IF I AM INJURED WHILE USING ANY OF CAMELBACK’S FACILITIES OR WHILE PRESENT ON CAMELBACK’S PROPERTY, EVEN IF I CONTEND THAT SUCH INJURIES ARE THE RESULT OF NEGLIGENCE, INCLUDING GROSS NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY OTHER IMPROPER CONDUCT FOR WHICH A RELEASE IS NOT CONTRARY TO PUBLIC POLICY, ON THE PART OF CAMELBACK. I FURTHER AGREE THAT I WILL IMDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS CAMELBACK FROM ANY LOSS, LIABILITY, DAMAGE OR COST OF ANY KIND THAT MAY OCCUR AS THE RESULT OF ANY INJURY TO MYSELF, OR TO  ANY PERSON FOR WHOM I AM SIGNING THIS AGREEMENT, EVEN IF IT IS CONTENDED THAT ANY SUCH INJURY WAS CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE, INCLUDING GROSS NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY OTHER IMPROPER CONDUCT FOR WHICH A RELEASE IS NOT CONTRARY TO PUBLIC POLICY, ON THE PART OF CAMELBACK. I FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THIS AGREEMENT EXTENDS TO MY PRESENCE AT CAMELBACK PURSUANT TO ALL COMPLIMENTARY, PURCHASED, TRADES, EMPLOYEE DISCOUNTED AND VOLUNTEER DISCOUNTED TICKETS OR ANY OTHER TICKETS, PASSES, OR CARDS, PROMOTIONAL OR OTHERWISE THAT I MIGHT HAVE OR MAY OBTAIN.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RISKS

The undersigned, in consideration of permission to use Camelback’s facilities, voluntarily assumes the risk of injury or even death while participating in recreational activities at Camelback. I agree and understand that the activities, including the use of lifts utility terrain vehicles, rock climbing, bungy jumping and tubing, are inherently dangerous and further recognize my responsibility to inspect the facilities and equipment and read and obey all signs, rules, video presentations, oral instructions, and regulations associated with the activities at Camelback. There are inherent risks in the participation in or on any, amusement ride, device, attraction and other recreational activity (hereinafter “Recreational Activities”). Patron, by his/her participation or use, accept the risks inherent in such Recreational Activities of which the ordinary prudent person is or should be aware. Patron has a duty to exercise good judgment and act in a responsible manner while using, participating in or observing Recreational Activities and to obey all oral, video, and written instructions and warnings, prior to or during such use or participation. Patron has a duty to refrain from participating in or on any amusement activity when under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Patron has a duty to properly use all safety equipment associated with Recreational Activities. Other risks include, but are not limited to: slips and falls, risk of drowning, and other inherent risks associated with Recreational Activities, swimming and wading pools and other attractions, wet and dry, that present the risk of injury or death. 

Notwithstanding the foregoing, if I sue Camelback, I agree that I will only bring suit, whether it be on my own behalf or on behalf of a family member, in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County or in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and further agree that any and all disputes which might arise between Camelback and myself or my family members(s) shall be litigated exclusively in one of said courts. I understand and agree that this Agreement Not to Sue is governed by the laws of Pennsylvania. I further agree that if any part of this Agreement is found to be unenforceable, all other parts shall be given full force and effect.

I have read and understand the above RELEASE, AGREEMENT NOT TO SUE and ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RISKS, and am voluntarily signing below, manually or electronically, with the intent to be legally bound by this Contract with the consent of my Spouse (if any) and understand that I may be giving up the rights of my child and spouse to sue as well as giving up my own right to sue. I further agree that if any part of this Contract is determined to be unenforceable, all other parts shall be given their full force and effect.

REV 5/13/2021

Click Here to access the full resort parking map.

Parking Pricing:

  • General Parking $12/vehicle in Lots D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D13, D14
  • Premium Parking Lot D2: Mon- Fri $40/vehicle | Sat – Sun $50/vehicle | Handicap Parking $12/vehicle Daily
  • Premium Parking Lot D3: $30/vehicle Daily

Season Passholders receive free general parking, excluding premium lots. Lodge guests may park in general parking lots, please display your parking permit which will be issued at check-in.

Make it simple and buy general parking in advance of your arrival. If you have not paid online in advance, follow the Cashless payment instructions on lot signage. Reminder Premium parking only available for on site purchase please follow the cashless payment instructions on lot signage.

9. Ski & snowboard

Yes. Face coverings are required in all Public Areas at the Resort, unless you are fully vaccinated by updated Order of the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health Requiring Universal Face Coverings. Or qualify for an exception listed under Section 3 of the Order.

Yes and Yes again! Under the new Camelback Ski & Ride Academy, we have SnowPro Group and SnowPro Private lessons. These lessons will be located at Mountain Village (formerly known as Camelback Ski Mountain Base Area). These will be available for purchase online.

Yes and Yes! A new location was decided on for Kids Learning Center which has also been renamed SnowClub Kids Lessons under Camelback Ski & Ride Academy. All lines for ski school will form outside of the Adventure Basecamp building (formerly known as Camelback Mountain Adventures). For SnowClub, children only with one parent/guardian will be permitted inside. Face coverings are required. Six feet of physical distancing will be maintained at all times. Only members of the same household are permitted to ride the chair lift together. Students and instructors will ride on the opposite side of the quad when possible. All equipment and facilities will be regularly sanitized and disinfected.

We continue to follow Pennsylvania Skier Association and PA State guidance. Currently there are no restrictions for occupancy. With over 167 skiable acres with 39 trails at Camelback and each trial averages 4 acres there is plenty of space for everyone to practice physical distancing. We plan to open all Snow sports on Friday December 18th, 2021 (weather and conditions permitting). The ski mountain will open with 7 trails (conditions permitting). We will continue to communicate as we have updates.

We continually monitor the direction from PA officials. Because the commonwealth does not dictate how businesses should implement the requirements for testing, Camelback Resort is leaving monitoring to government entities and we are not requiring any proof of testing at the resort.

Outside food & beverage is not permitted in restaurant and concession seating areas. These areas are for mountain’s Food and Beverage use only. Outside food and beverage, pizza parties or small group gatherings, are not permitted in these areas, unless authorized through the Camelback Lodge Group Sales office. There is no glass whatsoever allowed at the base of the mountain. We do allow sealed bottles of water and baby formula (as long as it’s not in a glass container).

Reservations are non-refundable. Lesson reservations can be changed up to 24 hours in advance with no fee or penalty provided they are rescheduled for the current season.

Yes you can reserve your equipment online as well as pre-register for the equipment.

If you plan on going on the snow, yes you have to have a lift ticket.

Yes! Camelback Lodge is the premier ski-in, ski-out, slopeside Lodge in Pennsylvania. The Stevenson high-speed quad lift, Raceway Triple Lift & The Glen Lift access a variety of beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain along with Camelback’s terrain park. Trails End Bar & Grille at Camelback Lodge sits just steps away from the snow and the Stevenson high-speed quad lift. 

The queue line will be physically distanced at 6 feet. In addition, signage with the Code of Conduct will be throughout the mountain area to reinforce messaging. Only parties that arrive together may ride together. Hand sanitizer stations will be located at the bottom and top of the lifts. Due to the proximity to each other at loading areas, guests are required to wear masks.

All lift tickets are to be purchased online. Guest must complete a waiver online too. There will be kiosks for guests to print and retrieve tickets once they arrive to the mountain. We will disinfect touch screens between each guest/group.

Inventory on our platform may have tickets and passes “market-priced,” so ticket and fee prices may adjust over time based on demand. This is similar to how airline tickets and some live event tickets are sold and is commonly referred to as “Dynamic Pricing.”

All lift tickets are to be purchased online. Guest must complete a waiver online too. There will be kiosks for guests to print and retrieve tickets once they arrive to the mountain. We will disinfect touch screens between each guest/group.

Ski resorts across the country use a universal trail rating system. It’s your responsibility to stay on terrain that you can handle, and avoid terrain that you cannot handle. The rating system utilizes four shapes to designate trail difficulty:

Orange Circle: Learn Right.

Green Circle: Beginner

Blue Square: More Difficult.

Black Diamond: Most Difficult.

Double Diamond: Extremely Difficult.

View Our Trail Map and Current Conditions

Arrive early enough so you wont be rushed. On weekends and during prime (holiday) periods, plan to arrive at Camelback’s main ticket plaza at least 90 minutes prior to your lesson start time. On (non-holiday) midweek days, we plan to arrive at the ticket plaza 60 minutes prior to your lesson start time. Remember… earlier is always better!

If you are bringing your own gear to our Pocono ski resort, make sure to transport them in the proper way, this will make your trip from the parking lot to the ski resorts’ base area much easier:

Skis:

Place the skis base-to-base, with the brakes locked together. If you’re outdoors and have plenty of space, carry the skis on a shoulder, with the ski tips in your hand. Your other hand is free to carry your poles (and boots unless you’ve changed footwear at your car). When indoors or near other people, carry the skis upright, with the tips pointing up and your hand below the binding toe piece.

Snowboard:

Boarders have the advantage of more comfortable boots. Tuck your board under one arm like a stack of books and you’re on your way.

After your lesson, if you feel like exploring trails that are more difficult you can upgrade your beginner lift ticket to a full mountain lift ticket for a discounted price of $46.

When purchasing a beginner package, yes rentals are included along with a beginner lift ticket.

While borrowing a friend’s skis or snowboard sounds like a good way to save money, having properly fit gear is well worth it. You need gear that is appropriate for your skill level and that has been tested and maintained for safety and performance. Rentals will give you a much better experience.  Not to mention, you don’t have to schlep rental equipment all over the place.  You simply return it at the end of your day!

Yes! The best way to set yourself up for a successful first-time experience is to schedule a lesson with one of our talented snow pros. They will help introduce you to the sport in a safe and energetic manner. They will also get you out on the hill enjoying the whole mountain faster than you could on your own. Having said that, if you want to try things on your own, consider the Coolmar experience. The Coolmar experience is a protected area away from all the fast skiers and riders where you can develop the fundamental skills at your own pace. The snow in this area is shaped to give novice level skiers and riders high level sensations in a safe environment. The best part about the Coolmar experience is that we have coaches stationed throughout the area ready to help should you get a bit stuck.

Ski (and Snowboard) boots should be snug without being uncomfortable.  They should feel like a strong hug or firm handshake without being tight or painful.  Both kinds of boots are stiffer than a regular shoe for both performance and safety purposes.  One key to success is the correct sock! Changing into a dry, mid-weight technical sock when you put on your boots can make a huge difference in how long your feet stay warm and dry.

Always stay in control and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects.

People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them.

You must not stop where you obstruct a trail or are not visible from above.

Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, look uphill and yield to others.

Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.

Observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.

Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely.

At each and every ski resort, this Skier Responsibility Code is taken very seriously. Any failure to ski responsibly, and to use good judgment and common sense, can result in the revocation of skiing privileges. There typically isn’t much tolerance for those who disobey the rules. Be aware, that in many cases, state law becomes involved in flagrant violation of boundary restrictions and unreported collisions.

View Our Mountain Safety Page

Most importantly, if everyone follows the Responsibility Code and adheres to these basic safety tips, a good and safe time can be had by everyone on the slopes.

Boot Fitting:

Both ski and snowboard boots are designed to hold your foot snugly to the surface of your skis or snowboard. Any movement of the foot within the boot translates into loss of control and lessens performance.

For the best fit, make sure you:

Wear only one pair of socks.

Pull up your pant gaiter and the cuff of your first layer.

Do not tuck your first layer into your boots.

Ski Boots are engineered to fit snugly. The critical area is the heel, which needs to be held tightly into the “heel cup” of the boot. Slide your foot into the boot, making sure that the tongue is pulled forward and out of the way. Push downwards on the heel of the boot to properly set your heel into the cup. Latch the buckles to a comfortable tightness, starting at the bottom and working your way up. Buckles may be readjusted after all have been fastened. Pay particular attention to the buckles on top of the instep of the foot as they hold your heel in place. When you stand up, your toes should have just enough room to wiggle. Press into the front of the boot by bending your knees. If your heel lifts up and out of the heel cup, the boots are too big. Camelback staff can be found in most locations throughout the ski resort and will be happy to assist you.

Snowboard boots fit differently than ski boots. First you open the boot bladder wide and slide your foot into the boot. Use the pull loops to get the boot onto your foot. Slide the lace lock down while tightening the inner laces until the fit is snug but comfortable. Now tighten the outer laces as tight as possible. If done properly, your toes will almost be touching the end of the boot. Stand up, bend your knees and make sure your toes are snug, but not cramped. Make sure your heel is being grabbed by the boot bladder and not lifting. As always, if you have questions or need assistance, look for any of our staff in an orange jacket or Blue Jacket with the Camelback Mountain logo. They can be found all around the ski resort and will be happy to assist you.

Ski/Snowboard Length:

Correct length is a correlation of your height, weight and ability level. Modern shaped skis and snowboards turn much more easily than those of just a few years ago.

Are You Goofy?:

Snowboarders have to decide on their stance on the board. Most people are right-foot dominant, meaning their right leg is their “balance” foot. In this case, the right foot goes in the back binding, facing the rider to the right on the board. This is known as a “regular” stance. Some people are left-foot dominant, and ride facing the left side of the board…this is known as “goofy” stance. Here’s how to tell which foot is dominant before you even set foot on the ski resort. If you run and slide on a linoleum floor in your socks, whichever foot goes second is your balance foot. This is the foot that does most of the work by supporting the majority of your weight.

Helmets:

Most snowboarders choose to wear helmets for a variety of reasons. Because beginner boarders tend to fall backwards a lot, helmets should be strongly considered. Advanced boarders like to do tricks which greatly increases the level of risk in the sport. Beginner skiers; however, tend to ski at slow speeds, and falls are usually forward or to one side. We suggest that you consider helmet use and make an informed, educated decision.

Camelback Mountain staffs over 250 of the most talented and inspiring, professionally trained, ski and snowboard instructors who are dedicated to sharing their passion for these energizing winter sport. You’ll learn all the skills you need in the ski school area that you’ll use on the slopes.

If Camelback Resort must close due to COVID-19:

  • Ski/board pass or triple ticket will be valid through end of 2022 snow sports season if guest is unable to pick up pass this season.
  • Ski/board pass or triple ticket credit based on amount of time resort is closed will be applied in the 2021/22 season if guest has already picked up pass.

If resort is open and guest has COVID-related issues that make it impossible to use or pick up pass, the ski/board pass or triple ticket transferred to 2021/22 season.

Kids lessons range from 4-12 years old. 13 and up can go into adult lessons.

If you will be arriving by car, at the lodge a standard overnight self-parking is $25 per night/vehicle plus tax, which will be applied at check in. Permit must be displayed until departure and is valid in all lots. For day guests visiting the Aquatopia, Snowtubing Park, Mountain VIlliage (Camelbeach Outdoor Waterpark & Ski Mountain) or Mountain Adventures:

  • General Parking $12/vehicle in Lots D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D13, D14
  • Premium Parking Lot D2: Mon- Fri $40/vehicle | Sat – Sun $50/vehicle | Handicap Parking $12/vehicle Daily
  • Premium Parking Lot D3: $30/vehicle Daily
  • Click Here to access the full parking map

Season Passholders receive free general parking, excluding premium lots. Lodge guests may park in general parking lots, please display your parking permit which will be issued at check-in.

Make it simple and buy general parking in advance of your arrival. If you have not paid online in advance, follow the Cashless payment instructions on lot signage. Reminder Premium parking only available for on site purchase please follow the cashless payment instructions on lot signage.

This parking policy gives the ability to ensure that we may offer appropriate and safe parking for all of our guests, monitor/control the flow of traffic and assist in continuing to make parking lot improvements at the resort. Ensuring a smooth and safe process for all our guests.

Skiing and snowboarding can be very physically demanding sports. If you are an athletic person that plays sports, chances are that you are in pretty good condition to ski or ride. Just remember to pace yourself. You do not have to push yourself to the limits. If you get tired, take a break and catch your breath, this way you can get your second wind and get out there again and again.

You’ve made it to the snow! Now the fun begins. The instructors at our ski resort are trained to do one thing…teach. All of our instructors are trained to teach first-time lessons in a very specific, effective method. You’ll start out by doing exercises to develop your balance and get you accustomed to the feeling of sliding, with a focus on teaching you to feel the ski or snowboards “edge.” Edge control is what the game is all about. By going through these simple exercises, you will quickly learn how to do the two rudimentary actions needed to progress…stopping when and where you want, and turning when and where you want.

You shouldn’t expect miracles your first time out. As we’ve said earlier, it takes three lessons for most people to reach the point where they can start to explore the mountain a little bit.

Kids Lesson Options

Adult Lesson Options

Adaptive Programs

Stay Focused:

It’s important that you pay attention to your instructor. While the exercises may seem a bit repetitive, they are important in the big picture. Not everyone learns at the same pace, mostly because some people are naturally more athletic than others. Those who enjoy summer activities like surfing, skating or skateboarding, will have a distinct edge over those who don’t, but you can do it!

As a beginner, you should have reasonable expectations about your first day out at the ski resort. Hopefully, many of the things below will give you a better idea of what to expect. But there are some important basics to be prepared for:

  • Pace yourself and set reasonable expectations, focus on fun.
  • Learning something new is not always easy, but it will be rewarding and exciting when you succeed.
  • Everyone learns at a different pace.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask your instructor questions, they are there to help you learn.

The good news is that, after the first day or two, most of these problems go away. Even on the first couple of days, you can still find a lot of space for enjoyment at the ski resort, but that depends on a host of other important details. How good or bad your first day is depends on attitude going into your lesson. If you think it’s fun, it will be. So, HAVE FUN!

The important thing to remember is not to overdo it. We don’t recommend a trip to the top of the mountain after your first visit…you probably won’t be ready for it. Spend some time on our ski resort’s learning trails practicing the exercises you learned in your lesson. Save the trip to the top for another day, when you’re more prepared.

View Our Mountain Safety Page

Clothing that will absorb water. Stay away from the denim jeans and knit gloves. If these articles of clothing get wet they will not dry fast. Just remember Wet = Cold and Cold = No Fun.

Playing in the snow at Camelback, whether you’re skiing, snowboarding or tubing, is fantastic winter fun! Dressing to stay warm is the secret to an enjoyable day at Camelback in the Winter.  Read our how to dress guide below:

Dress in Several Thin Layers
The first layer should be a wicking material to keep moisture away from the skin. For colder days, a fleece top or jacket, or a cotton turtleneck make a good second layer. Kids’ feet should stay dry too! Moisture-wicking socks work great for this purpose. Kids should wear one pair of socks, not more. Multiple pairs wrinkle and bunch up in the boot, causing discomfort.

Waterproof Pants & Jacket
Staying dry while playing in the snow is of the utmost importance. Once the clothes are wet, staying warm is virtually impossible. Remember, there is a difference between “water resistant” clothing and “waterproof” clothing. You can’t always tell by looking. The product descriptions will specify what level of water protection the clothing provides. Depending on how cold it is, you might want to have your child’s pants and jacket both waterproof and insulated for warmth. In Spring conditions, insulation might be too warm.

Waterproof Gloves or Mittens 
Just like clothing, not all gloves or mittens are waterproof. The product description will specify if they are waterproof. It has been our experience that mittens are better for young kids. Once kids are old enough to have the dexterity to benefit from each finger, gloves may be a better choice.  Mittens are always warmer than gloves.

Goggles or Sunglasses with UV400 Protection
Children may not be as interested as adults are in the fashion aspect of “fashion eyewear”. But because kids spend much more time than most adults do outdoors and in direct sunlight, protecting kids’ eyes from ultraviolet light is especially important.
In fact, many experts believe that our eyes get 80 percent of their total lifetime exposure to the sun’s UV rays by age 18. Since excessive lifetime exposure to UV radiation has been linked to the development of cataracts/other eye problems, it’s never too early for kids to begin wearing good quality sunglasses or goggles outdoors. Lenses in kids’ sunglasses should be clearly marked as capable of providing 100 percent UV protection, with UV400 rated lenses.  For many people, goggles are a necessity when it’s snowing or windy.  In very cold weather they provide added warmth by covering the face.  Additionally, since they attach to the helmet, they are less likely to get lost than sunglasses.

Helmet (for Skiing and Snowboarding)
For all the same reasons your children wear bike helmets, ski helmets are essential for winter safety. If your child wears a ski helmet, remember you may have to raise your voice more to get their attention because the helmet may impede their hearing. Make sure the helmet fits correctly. A ski helmet is not an item you buy for your child to grow into. Educate your child about the benefits and limitations of the helmet. Wearing a helmet doesn’t give permission to ski/snowboard faster or recklessly. If you’re unable to buy one, we do rent helmets for kids.  Call our Snowsports School to learn more. If you’re not planning on using a helmet be sure to wear a warm hat. Kids should wear a hat or headband; 80 percent of heat-loss is through the head.

Plenty of Sunscreen and/or Face Covering
Be sure kids wear sun protection, even on cloudy days. The sun reflects off the snow and is stronger than you think! A ski vacation with a sun burn is no fun, trust us. Sunscreen also reduces evaporation and therefore helps prevent frostbite on very cold days.  A balaclava, face mask or scarf is the best protection against frostbite.  Lastly, winter air is very dry which greatly increases the chance of chapped lips. Plenty of lip balm is a necessity to avoid chapped lips!

Ticket Sales/Guest Services:

This is the first place you will stop at the ski resort. Whether you bought tickets online or still need to purchase them, you will need to get your lift ticket here. Lift tickets allow you access to the lifts and the slopes. Expect to show it to the lift attendant every time you board a lift. Attach it to something easily visible, but not someplace right next to your face. Avoid attaching it to your jacket’s principal zipper, as when the zipper is pulled up to your neck, the ticket may flap in your face on your way down the hill. Most ski jackets have a lift ticket loop somewhere on the front. A jacket pocket zipper is often a convenient attachment place. Make sure to attach it to something you’ll wear all day… not on a glove or a hat. If you have questions or need assistance look for any of our ski resort staff in an orange jacket with the Camelback Mountain logo and they will be happy to assist you.

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Restrooms:

Restrooms are conveniently located in multiple areas around the ski resort. The closest restrooms to Ticket Sales/Guest Services Center are to the right in the breezeway by the Tune-Up Center.

Rental Shop:

After leaving ticket sales, you will proceed to one of our two state-of-the-art rental facilities, conveniently located adjacent to ticket sales. On weekends and holidays if you have purchased one Camelback’s Learn To Ski or Snowboard Packages, you will be directed to our Discovery Center.

By pre-purchasing your rental equipment your equipment will be set-up and ready for you when you arrive. The fastest and most convenient way to get on snow, Online Rentals.

Moderate sized Group Lessons offered at the ski resort are appropriate for all ability levels and focus to hone and polish your skills (every lesson grouped by age and skill set.)
Private Lessons offer one-on-one attention that produces fast, fun results and focuses on what you want to learn. For more information on getting your kids into a lesson check out our Kids Lesson Options.

It’s tempting to borrow equipment from friends or family, especially when the boots actually seem to fit your feet. But you’re better off renting. Here’s why: all of our beginner equipment is designed for beginners specifically. They’re specifically engineered to turn more easily and are more forgiving than either upper level or budget equipment. Our rental staff will make sure that your boots will properly match your feet; if you need a half size up or down, we can accommodate you. Your first time out should be enjoyable and productive. The beginner packages we offer at our ski resort include ski or snowboard rental equipment specifically matched to your size and stature. If any of the Camelback rental equipment doesn’t fit or feel right, come back to the rental shops to exchange for equipment that fits and feels correct.

View our equipment rental options.

Ski and snowboard rentals must be purchased online and guests must complete all required paperwork online. To ensure safe physical distance and to prevent overcrowding, guests will be provided with an appointment time to pick up equipment. The number of guests inside the rental shop will be limited to accommodate proper physical distancing set by PA mandates. Face coverings/masks are required while in the rental shop. Hand sanitizer stations are placed throughout the rental shop.

Boots and helmets will be disinfected with an EPA approve COVID killing disinfectant after use and before reuse. Ski pole hand grips will be disinfected before reissue. Equipment returns will be contactless, guest will drop equipment off in a designated area.

10. snowtubing

Reservations are strongly suggested for snowtubing. You can purchase tickets and book your times online to secure your spot.

Inventory on our platform may have tickets and passes “market-priced,” so ticket and fee prices may adjust over time based on demand. This is similar to how airline tickets and some live event tickets are sold and is commonly referred to as “Dynamic Pricing.”

Galactic tubing starts when the sun goes down! Its Snowtubing Park is the largest in the U.S. and features all-lit nighttime Galactic tubing complete with music and disco lighting, up to 44 lightning fast lanes and two magic carpet lifts.

A signed waiver is required to participate and pick up your tickets.
Please have your snowtubing ticket visible on your jacket or pants. We recommend warm layers, gloves and snow boots. Helmets are up to your discretion if you wish to bring one.

All lift tickets are to be purchased online. Guest must complete a waiver online too. There will be kiosks for guests to print and retrieve tickets once they arrive to the mountain. We will disinfect touch screens between each guest/group.

Here’s what we recommend in the colder months.
Pants:
Insulated snow pants and a snug fitting base layer (long underwear) are highly recommended for your comfort. By the way, don’t tuck your pants into your boots. Snow pants are designed to fit over the tops of your boots. The only things that go inside your boots are your feet and your socks. Good waterproof pants are invaluable!

Tops:
A long-sleeved shirt (a turtle neck is a great idea) with a sweater and medium weight jacket offers a variety of options should the temperature change on the ski resort. On very cold days, a layer of long underwear worn on the upper body is a great insulator and may always be removed if conditions warrant. A winter jacket with armpit vents can be very effective at regulating body temperature.

Cover your head! Your body loses 80% of its heat through your head. A hat is essential! A warm wool or fleece hat is ideal. Don’t sweat “hat hair”… you can fix it after the last run and before you head out for drinks and dinner.

Footwear:
Wear one pair of light to medium weight socks! Also we recommend you wear boots/warm waterproof shoes. Your boots are designed to keep you warm. Don’t cut off circulation to your toes or start your feet sweating with heavy socks. You may want to bring an extra pair to swap out during the day to keep you comfortable.

Gloves/Mittens:

Personal preference rules here. Generally, mittens are warmer but restrict dexterity. Glove liners (available in our shop) are a viable option for some. Boarders tend to prefer long, waterproof mittens. Hand warmers (also available in our shop) are single-use pouches that produce heat for several hours and are used inside gloves or mittens.

Neck Wear:

Leave the long woolen scarf your grandmother knit for you at home. You’re much better off with a neck warmer, a non-allergenic fleece tube that slips over the head and keeps your neck toasty warm. This wonderful, inexpensive piece of apparel is actually long enough to be pulled up to cover your chin, mouth and nose.

Winter Weather:

Insulated long underwear or base layer is priceless. The best ones are made of high-tech synthetic materials, but inexpensive cotton-poly blends work fine as well.

When you get your tube at the bottom of the hill you will drag it to the magic carpet which will take you and your tube to the top of the park.

If you will be arriving by car, at the lodge a standard overnight self-parking is $25 per night/vehicle plus tax, which will be applied at check in. Permit must be displayed until departure and is valid in all lots. For day guests visiting the Aquatopia, Snowtubing Park, Mountain VIlliage (Camelbeach Outdoor Waterpark & Ski Mountain) or Mountain Adventures:

  • General Parking $12/vehicle in Lots D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D13, D14
  • Premium Parking Lot D2: Mon- Fri $40/vehicle | Sat – Sun $50/vehicle | Handicap Parking $12/vehicle Daily
  • Premium Parking Lot D3: $30/vehicle Daily
  • Click Here to access the full parking map

Season Passholders receive free general parking, excluding premium lots. Lodge guests may park in general parking lots, please display your parking permit which will be issued at check-in.

Make it simple and buy general parking in advance of your arrival. If you have not paid online in advance, follow the Cashless payment instructions on lot signage. Reminder Premium parking only available for on site purchase please follow the cashless payment instructions on lot signage.

This parking policy gives the ability to ensure that we may offer appropriate and safe parking for all of our guests, monitor/control the flow of traffic and assist in continuing to make parking lot improvements at the resort. Ensuring a smooth and safe process for all our guests.

Yes we do have lockers that you can purchase to store your belongings. Stop by our retail shop to purchase your locker rental.

Our NEW food truck will be located at snowtubing this year, On a Roll and Tap Bar. All offerings are takeout only and alcohol must be purchased with an entrée. Face coverings are required to place order and physically distancing in line will be enforced.

Yes. Face coverings are required in all Public Areas at the Resort, unless you are fully vaccinated by updated Order of the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health Requiring Universal Face Coverings. Or qualify for an exception listed under Section 3 of the Order.

Queue lines and carpets physically distanced between family groups at 6 feet. Guests and associates required to wear facial coverings/masks at all times in the snowtubing area unless seated at a table to eat or drink. Gloves are recommended for all guests. (Regular winter gloves are sufficient). Hand sanitizer stations will be located at the bottom and top of the lifts. Tubes will be sanitized at the end of each day.

11. spa & fitness

Associates that are assigned to clean and disinfect the fitness rooms will be trained on the proper use of cleaning and disinfecting products. Disinfecting wipes are available within the fitness room.

We suggest booking at least two weeks in advance. Walk-ins welcome, provided staff is available.

All major credit cards, room charge, cash, CB GC or Spa certificates are accepted.

Gift certificates available online or visit the Serenity Spa.

Pricing includes 18% gratuity, additional is always welcome.

Cell phones should be turned off to ensure tranquility for all guests.

  • Children’s services require adult supervision. 17 or under require adult supervision to receive a massage. NO adult supervision is required for body treatments, facials, or face treatments.
  • Children 12 and under receiving all nail services require adult supervision.

Late arrivals will be given the remainder of time.

Due to Health and Safety Regulations, robes, slippers, and lockers will not be provided at this time.

Due to Health and Safety Regulations, food & beverages will not be available in the Spa. Please consider visiting one of the many dining options at Camelback Resort before or after your spa treatments.

We have 24-hour cancellation policy for all single services, 72 hours for all spa packages with a 50% deposit required. 14 days for all group bookings with a 50% deposit required. Reservations within the 24-hour cancellation policy require full payment upon booking.

12. meet & celebrate

We require 7 days’ notice. A contract must be signed and full payment is required in advance. (this is for any day group)

Yes, we offer special rates for groups of 10 or more rooms. Our group phone number is (570)­ 629-1665 ext. 3. Please view our Groups & Meetings section for more information.

Yes, for a courtesy block (most popular for weddings), you are able to block a maximum of 10 rooms per night to start. If you fill this block on or before your block release date, which would be 45 days prior to your event, we can request to add more rooms based on the availability of rooms and the rate. All efforts are made to keep rooms close together however it is not guaranteed.

We require a minimum of 10 guests and we have a maximum of 20 guests.

Birthday Parties are for curated for guests who are only coming to spend the day in the waterpark and not spending the night at the hotel. If you are looking to extend your stay, visit the Front Desk for more information on nightly rates.

Minimum is 20 guests and the maximum is 50 guests.

A typical deposit for a wedding is equal to 25% of your food and beverage minimum which is based upon the size and scope of your event. Payments after that are usually around 9-months prior and 4-months prior which are 25% of your food and beverage minimum each. Final payment based upon your final headcount is due 1-month prior to your event date.

Teambuilding at Camelback can be an adventurous self-led day of ziplining, snowtubing or playing in the waterpark or it can be a more structured with assisted interactive activity. Our team building activities are customizable.

Yes we offer 22,000 sq. ft of meeting space in 5 ballrooms, breakout rooms and an intimate boardroom/brides room.

View our Groups & Meetings info.

Camelback Resort is equipped to accommodate mobility accessible needs in the following areas of the resort:

  • Main entrance (automatic doors)
  • Accessible routes to all public areas including Aquatopia, Arcade, restaurants, Spa, meeting areas, suites, registration, 
  • Select meeting spaces
  • Areas of the fitness center (accessible by elevator)
  • Restaurants (certain restaurants offered sloped entryway)
  • All floors/resort suites are accessible by elevator
  • Shuttle services are available for on property amenities and adventures, certain shuttles are Handicap accessible. 

Handicap Accessible Rooms: Features include lowered closet shelves, safe and vanity area, roll-in shower, grab bars and extra space provided in both the bedroom and bathroom areas.

Hearing Accessible Rooms: Features include visual alarm and notification devices for the doorbell and incoming telephone calls.

13. suites

The Double Queen Accessible is 420 square feet.

The Double Queen Suite is 420 square feet.

The King Bunk Suite is 500 square feet.

The One Bedroom Family Suite is 705 – 781 square feet.

The One Bedroom Suite is 750 square feet. 

The Queen Bunk Accessible Suite is 500 square feet.

The Three Bedroom Condo Accessible is 1350 square feet.

 The Three Bedroom Condo is 1355 square feet.

The Three Bedroom Grand Loft is 1630 square feet.

The Two Bedroom Condo is 935 square feet.

The Two Bedroom Corner Loft is 1509 square feet.

The Two Bedroom Deluxe Accessible is 974 square feet.

The Two Bedroom Deluxe Plus is 1057 square feet.

The Two Bedroom Deluxe is 974 square feet.

The Two Bedroom Loft is 1354 square feet.

The Two Bedroom Premier Loft is 1387 square feet.

The Two Bedroom Suite is 814-870 square feet.

The Double Queen Accessible has 2 queen beds and a queen sleeper sofa.

The Double Queen Suite has 2 queen beds.

The King Bunk Suite has 1 king bed, 1 queen sofa sleeper and kid’s own sleeping area with 2×2 bunks.

The One Bedroom Family Suite has 1 king bed, 2 queen beds and 1 queen sofa sleeper.

The One Bedroom Suite has 1 king bed and 1 queen sofa sleeper.

The Queen Bunk Accessible Suite has 1 queen bed, 1 queen sofa sleeper and kid’s own sleeping area with 1×2 bunks.

The Three Bedroom Condo Accessible has 5 queen beds and 2 queen sofa sleepers. 

The Three Bedroom Condo has 1 king bed, 4 queen beds and 2 queen sofa sleepers. 

The Three Bedroom Grand Loft has 2 king beds, 2 queen beds and 2 queen sofa sleepers.

The Two Bedroom Condo has 1 king bed, 2 queen beds, and 1 queen sofa sleeper.

The Two Bedroom Corner Loft has 1 king bed, 1 queen bed, and 1 queen sofa sleeper.

The Two Bedroom Deluxe Accessible has 3 queen beds and 1 queen sofa sleeper. 

The Two Bedroom Deluxe Plus has 1 king bed, 2 queen beds and 1 queen sofa sleeper. 

The Two Bedroom Deluxe has 1 king bed, 2 queen beds, and 1 queen sofa sleeper.

The Two Bedroom Loft has 2 king beds, 1 queen bed and 2 queen sofa sleepers.

 The Two Bedroom Premier Loft has 1 king bed, 2 queen beds, 2 queen sofa sleepers and 1 twin trundle.

The Two Bedroom Suite has 1 king bed, 2 queen beds and 1 queen sofa sleeper.

The Double Queen Accessible sleeps up to 4 guests.

The Double Queen Suite sleeps up to 6 guests.

The King Bunk Suite sleeps up to 8 guests.

 The One Bedroom Family Suite sleeps up to 8 guests.

The One Bedroom Suite sleeps up to 4 guests.

The Queen Bunk Accessible Suite sleeps up to 6 guests.

The Three Bedroom Condo Accessible sleeps up to 14 guests.

The Three Bedroom Condo sleeps up to 14 guests.

The Three Bedroom Grand Loft sleeps up to 12 guests.

The Two Bedroom Condo sleeps up to 8 guests.

The Two Bedroom Corner Loft sleeps up to 8 guests.

The Two Bedroom Deluxe Accessible sleeps up to 8 guests.

The Two Bedroom Deluxe Plus sleeps up to 8 guests.

The Two Bedroom Deluxe sleeps up to 8 guests.

The Two Bedroom Loft sleeps up to 10 guests.

The Two Bedroom Premier Loft sleeps up to 12 guests.

The Two Bedroom Suite sleeps up to 8 guests.