You NEED to read ALL of the following so you are prepared!!!

This is kinda like roughing it in a cabin, but with baths, showers, and kitchens 🙂

There are 3 cabins. They are small, “rustic”, and have very small bedrooms and beds. The rooms are just somewhere to ‘crash’.

Cabin one is at the top. It has 2 kitchens, 2 baths, sleeps maybe around 14.

Cabin 2 – the middle cabin – has the largest kitchen, a bath and a half, and sleeps about 10.

Cabin 3 has a kitchen, a bath, and sleeps 4.

“Sleeps” means in a bed. There are couches too, and plenty of places to pitch a tent if you’re so inclined.

All the beds have sheets and some blankets, and some pillows. You may still want to bring your own if you’re selective about your bed clothes 😉 . Sarah and I bring a sleeping bag and our own pillows.

Even though it will be July, it may or may not be a little cool at night. Bring warm clothes accordingly.

There are no air conditioners or fans. It’s generally cool enough, as it is on the lake.

Bring your own towels, wash cloths, soap, toilet paper, shampoo, toiletries, etc.

There is no dishwasher.

There are varying selections of kitchenware in each cabin. If you like to cook, and want to treat your friends to something special, you should bring what you need to cook it in and cut it with.

Bring your own food and alcohol. Do not assume there will be anything as far as what you need for recipes.

It is first come, first served, with regards to rooms and beds. The first 25 paid adults and kids get beds. There are five double and queen size beds to accommodate couples. The rest of the couples will have to sleep in separate beds. The cabins sleep 25 in beds. It is house courtesy to put the kids in the smallest rooms and bunk beds. Should it become necessary, some moving around of kids sleeping arrangements to accommodate couples and adults may happen – first 25 getting priority of course :-).

There is no beach, but many people like to hang out on the dock in the sun, and you can go swimming from there.

There are watercraft rentals nearby

If you play a musical instrument, PLEASE by all means bring it! The campfire has heard many!

There is a restaurant bar with pretty good food near the end of the driveway. It’s maybe a 10 minute walk.

There is a supermarket, liquor store, and beer distributor within 10 – 15 minutes by car.

Some cell phones & laptops work from the cabins, Some don’t.

Directions are as follows. There is no address for a GPS destination. The following directions may not seem too good, but they’ve served many people for many years. If you end up needing help – call me on my cell at 215.813.2495.

Halterman cabins at Lake Wallenpaupac – 611N -> 22W in Bethlehem -> 33N -> 80W -> Scott Run Exit onto 611N (not the first 611N exit) -> 196 (there is no direction on the sign) -> 423N -> 191N -> 507N. After getting onto 507N you will underpass 84. From there it is exactly 10 miles on left. There is a red street sign that says “Fox Run” at the end of the driveway on the left. You will pass “AJ”s on right. If you see “Gumble Brothers Construction” on the right, you’ve gone too far. Go down the driveway and look for a sign on a tree on the right that says “Halterman”. Make a right onto that dirt road. As you’re getting to the end, Bear to the left. If you go straight instead of to the right, you will end up at a huge new home. PLEASE DO NOT GO DOWN TO IT. They are quite unpleasant people.