The settlement and resort known as Camelback is situated in the north-east of the state of Pennsylvania, in the east of the United States of America. This is in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. Camelback is between the large towns of Scranton and Allentown, but also within a realistic commuting distance of both New York City and Philadelphia. Many people choose to spend their holidays in Camelback as there is so much to do, all year round: in the winter you have the option to enjoy skiing and other similar sports and the area is also equally perfect for summer activities. Book self catering accommodation in Camelback to really get a feel for the area from the perspective of one of the locals.
There are plenty of activities to consider during any holiday in Camelback and there would never be any excuse for people to moan that they are bored! As we have already said above, there are winter resorts around Camelback and this offers the perfect chance to enjoy a spot of skiing and snowboarding. If you are taking up residence of your self catering accommodation in Camelback during the warmer months of the year, some of the most popular pastimes include hiking and nature walks, swimming, fishing, canoeing and for the fool-hardy, white-water rafting.
It is always a good idea to consider having access to your own transport, during your holidays in Camelback, so that you can get out and about and really explore the pretty towns and villages in this part of the Appalachians. If you are interested in checking out some of the larger settlements in Pennsylvania, Scranton and Allentown are both within a short drive and the city of Philadelphia is certainly a possibility for a great day trip; so too is New York City, which is where you may want to set at least a couple of days aside in order to visit all of the most popular attractions. These include The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Central Park and Zoo, Time Square, The Empire State Building, Ground Zero and many, many more.
Visitors on their holidays in Camelback should make note of the fact that they will be quite high up in the Appalachian Mountains and that this is bound to have an effect on the temperatures that can be expected. This will be especially apparent during the winter when temperatures really will struggle to rise much above freezing in the day and snowfall will be commonplace. In the summer, temperatures will average in the low-twenties degrees Celsius, although some days will rise way above these values.
By far the best option for travel on your holidays in Camelback will be to book flights from London Heathrow (LHR) to New York (JFK) Airport. Airlines such as British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, United Airlines, American Airlines and Delta Airlines all compete on this route and help to keep the fares at quite a good rate.