Lodging, Camping & Local Dining

Crystal Lake Camps
For those who want to walk out their front door and right onto the ski trails, this is the place for you!  Located on property with four different buildings to choose from, Crystal Lake Camps is the ideal ski weekend getaway. As a skier on property you will also gain 10% off all Trail Fees and Equipment Rentals during your stay.  For more information please visit CLC’s website.  When you’re ready to register just click Here. If you have any questions please contact Becca DeNicholas at becca@crystallakecamps.org or call camp at 570-584-5608.

Worlds End State Park
Winter Cabins for Rent.
DCNR State Parks

Copper Roof Bed and Breakfast, Pennsdale
20 miles from Crystal Lake
Couples weekend special–call for details
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Crestmont Inn & Restaurant
180 Crestmont Drive
Eagles Mere PA 17731
800-522-8767
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Eagles Mere Inn
29 Mary Avenue
Eagles Mere PA  17732
570-525-3273
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The Lycoming County Visitors Bureau maintains a website for lodging.
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Restaurants

(Editorial comments at bottom of page)

Tivoli Tavern
9522 Route 220 Hwy
Hughesville, PA 17737
http://tivolitavern.net
Phone: 570-584-4531

Kathy’s Cafe
21 South Main Street, Hughesville, PA
Phone: (570) 584-5356

Pa-Pa’s Pizza
Main Street, Picture Rocks, PA
570-584-5167

Country Fork
50 South Main Street, Hughesville, PA
Phone: (570) 584-0190 ‎

Big Dogz
5010 Route 220 Hwy , Hughesville, PA 17737
Phone: (570) 584-4542 ‎

May’s Drive-In
1920 Pennsylvania 405, Muncy, PA
Phone: (570) 546-2748
maysdrivein.com

McDonald’s
755 Route 405 Hwy, Hughesville, PA
Phone: (570) 584-3282
mcdonalds.com

Orlie’s
Main Street near Water Street, Muncy, PA
http://www.orlandosonline.com/history.html

Restaurant Directory from Lycoming County Visitors Bureau
http://www.vacationpa.com/Eat.php

(A skier’s opinion:  I’m a local resident and skier. We don’t eat out much, but when we do our family favorites are the Tivoli Tavern for pub food (the chef started the kitchen at the Bullfrog in Williamsport which is still well worth the trip) and big salads. Also watch for his special treat of the day at dinnertime. Outside is long on authentic shabby old RR hotel charm but inside is very nice.  In Hughesville is Kathy’s Cafe, where the owner has successfully found a way to cater to more urban health-food palates like mine, country big food palates like everyone else’s, and the local breakfast crowd. Lastly, Pa-Pa’s Pizza, more for Philly style sandwiches on pizza rolls served hot or cold but fine pizza too. Inside tables are not fancy and drinks are only sodas, but the crowd is very local and) friendly and the sandwiches great.)