Hawk Mountain Campgrounds

Adirondack shelter with fire pit

The Hawk Mountain campgrounds are not open to the public. They are only available for Members of the Broadwing Club and up and educational groups.

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Please call us at 610-756-6961 to register. Walk-in registrations accepted, if space is available. 

There are 6 tent spaces available. Each plot has a picnic table and a firepit. See below for amenity details. 

  

Rules and Regulations:
  • All campers must first check in at the Visitor Center. Please be prepared to show your membership card and a Photo ID at registration. A $20 deposit for Parking Permit is required (returned upon checkout).
  • Check in: 12 PM. Check out: 11 AM
  • Camping on Sanctuary grounds is restricted to the following sites:
    •  Aspen Cut Campground
      • 6 walk-in sites with tent platform, fire ring, and picnic table
      • Day Use Area and Pavilion
    • Adirondack Shelters
  • Maximum stay is three consecutive nights
  • Guests
    • Limit two guests per night
    • Must use same site as host member
    • $7 per guest per day, paid at Visitor Center upon check-in
  • Fires
    • Fire must be contained to designated site and existing fire ring
    • Firewood is provided free of charge (please use judiciously) 
    • If collecting firewood, use only dead, down and detached wood
    • Fire ban may be imposed due to prevailing weather conditions
    • Use portable stoves for cooking when possible
  • Water
    •  Campers must supply their own water
    • Water at camping facilities is NOT POTABLE
  • Parking
    • Campground - 1 vehicle per site (please do not block road)
    • Shelters - campers must park in the upper lot above the Education Building
  • Restrooms
    • Campground - privy located near the pavilion
    • Shelters - privy located at the shelter trail head
  • Restrictions
    • Pets, radios/speakers, firearms, and alcohol are not permitted anywhere on the Sanctuary
    • Pack In-Pack Out - There are no trash receptacles on Sanctuary grounds. 
  • Animal Encounters
    • Please keep a tidy campsite and store food properly. Bears and other critters frequent camping facilities. 

* Hawk Mountain is not responsible for any damage or lost items while using the campgrounds. 

* Camping facilities are patrolled nightly

* Camping is a privilege. Please respect fellow campers and Sanctuary regulations. 

* We reserve the right to refuse or terminate the privilege of camping at any time.