Welcome to Starlight, Pennsylvania—home to Camp Starlight, Camp Weequahic, Camp Lohikan, and endless outdoor activities.
This slice of woodsy heaven is ideal for camp parents, adventurers, and those seeking a little solitude. Don't hesitate to ask us for recommendations on things to do while you're staying at the Lodge.
The Delaware River is known as the premier fly-fishing destination in the Northeast.
The Lodge is located three miles from the confluence of the East and West branches of the river.
Contact Cross Current Outfitters to schedule your guided trip. Be sure to tell them you're staying with us.
Starlight is a magical destination for kayaking, canoeing, tubing, and exploring one of the most robust diverse rivers in the US.
Contact Outdoor Adventure for your river rentals. Be sure to tell them you're staying with us.
Mere feet from exclusive access to the Pennsylvania Rails & Trails, ride your ATV, bike, walk, or run through one of the oldest railroad beds in Northeast Pennsylvania.
Access to the trail is included in your stay.
Located just over 20 miles from Elk Mountain—a ski area on the summit of Elk Hill in Susquehanna County—the Lodge offers a relaxing sanctuary after a full day of fun in the snow.
Whether you're hitting the slopes or the snowmobile trails, treat yourself to the hot tub when you return to the Lodge.
Visit some of the most beautiful wineries in our area with our curated tours.
And when you're done enjoying the landscape, come back to the Lodge and sip your new vino by the fireplace.
The Lodge is located in the heart of Northeast Pennsylvania and New York State Public Game Lands.
These lands offer many places to hunt a variety of different wildlife including big game, small game, turkey, furbearers, waterfowl and migratory bird species.
The cascading Delaware, flowing out of the Catskill Mountains, is the last un-dammed natural river in the United States. Wildlife is in abundance: mink, otter, beaver, muskrat, black bear, white tailed dear, turkeys, and the largest population of bald eagles call this area home.
Come for the woods, stay for the treasure hunting.