Pocono Springs Camp and Retreat Center, Marshalls Creek, PA

Pocono Springs Camp and Retreat Center, Marshalls Creek, PA
Listing Information
Phone: 570-218-5800
Overnight Guest Capacity: 500
Dining: 5200 sq ft dining hall
Marshalls Creek, PA, Pennsylvania (PA), USA (US) 18335

Located just 75 miles from New York City and 100 miles from Philadelphia, Pocono Springs is the perfect setting for groups of any size to hold retreats and special events.

Our property is available for facility rentals from mid-May to mid-October, and whether you are looking for a single-day or a multi-day experience, we will customize just the right package for your group.

Pocono Springs' lakeside venue accommodates a wide range of groups, including special-focus camps, university and school programs, corporate groups, religious groups, sports camps, family reunions and a variety of private events.
We offer a variety of facilities to meet all your needs, and every group is provided with an on-site liaison to ensure their stay is exceptional.

Accommodations: We offer comfortable lodging, exceptional food and a wide array of indoor and outdoor facilities.
Overnight accommodations for up to 500 guests.

  • Fully renovated cabins with bathrooms
  • Fully renovated private guest rooms with bathrooms
  • 5200 sq ft dining hall with 2500 sq ft deck
  • 2500 sq ft rec hall with stage
  • 3000 sq ft space for breakout sessions divided into four "classrooms"
  • Wifi throughout entire property


  • 6 basketball courts
  • 6 tennis courts
  • hockey court
  • plenty of field space for athletics
  • private lake for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boards
  • heated pool

Let our team at Pocono Springs help you plan your next event. Whether it’s customizing the menu or helping schedule special activities, Pocono Springs can provide your group an experience they will not forget.

We are happy to help you create a program that meets all of your needs, as well as your budget, and we look forward to working with you.


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