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phillipsburg, New Jersey
February 23, 2009
December 30, 2008
February 16, 2008
August 7, 2007
This park is a lot of fun for the whole family and a relaxing place to be. We bought the bonus night ticket, which is the same price as a full day, but if you go at night the first night, you get that free and can come back the next day. You can take your food with you, but you must leave it at a designated area with about 5 X-large tents with lots of picnic tables under. We were a little leery of leaving all our stuff there, but it was fine. There are lockers available, if you want to rent them. They are pretty lenient for the ages of children on the water slides but everything seems safe. We had a great time, even with an 2-3 year old child.
The height regulation is 36" for most of the slides as long as an adult is with them, and they have inner tubes that seat three people, so it was a lot of fun for our family of three to go on all the slides together. They also have a mini golf course, which is included in the price of your tickets, we paid $30 for the eve and next day together. Very reasonable. I would suggest this to anyone for a great time.
From journal One Great Waterpark
September 28, 2006
From journal Ski Trip
Smithtown, New York
January 20, 2005
From journal Baby, it was cold outside
December 31, 2004
From journal Holiday Vacation at Camelback
Tinton Falls, New Jersey
August 7, 2002
The ski area offers the following: 33 trails ~ 13 lifts ~ 2 terrain parks ~ night skiing ~ 100% snowmaking ~ kids programs ~ nursery ~ ski/snowboard/snowblade rentals ~ ski school ~ ski shop ~ ski repair ~ bar ~ several cafeterias ~ pizza bar ~ snowtubing.
Miscellaneous information: 800 vertical feet ~ all trails are lighted for night skiing ~ 15% expert trails ~ 24% intermediate trails ~ 54% novice trails ~ 7% beginner trails ~ 2 high-speed detachable quad chairlifts ~ 3 triple chairs ~ 7 double chairlifts ~ 1 sunkid surface lift ~ uphill capacity is 18,600 persons per hour.
Hey guys this is for you… if you take the Stevenson Express chairlift (quad) you will get a great thrill of the ladies underwear tree! That's right, a tree with ladies underwear (I think it's more toward college girls/teenagers…). Maybe Victoria Secret should advertise on there as well! I don't think the tree is cleaned up every year so the underwear is probably still there. It was definitely amusing seeing that and some of the underwear was pretty wild!
If you like more information on Camelback ski area, you can visit their web site at www.skicamelback.com. The site will provide you with all the information you will need including nearby lodging, restaurants and shopping. It will also provide information on Camelbeach Waterpark, summer day camp for kids, etc.
From journal Vacationing in the Pocono Mountains