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Dining Room
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Bedroom 1
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Bedroom 2
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Dining Room

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Front of Lodge
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Elk by Sign
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Large Elk
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Elk in the Snow

While elk and other forest creatures roam the grounds inside it's solid comfort with queen-size beds in each of the three bedrooms, television and VCR, fully-equipped kitchen with plenty of oak cabinets and a spacious knotty-pine paneled dining room with cathedral ceiling. Sunburst windows in the peak of the roof afford a great view and make the dining area light and airy.

Guests can take meals in the dining room, at the large island in the kitchen, outside at the picnic table near the grill or on the 40-foot long rear porch. Overlooking a meadow frequented by elk, the porch is furnished in wicker for whiling away lazy days and evenings.

Simply hanging out at the lodge is a vacation for many renters. There are a lot of people who just want to get away from everything.

With State Forest Land and the Quehanna Wilds Area nearby, some suggestions for winter activities would be snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.

For more active entertainment, try a fishing trip to some of the local streams. "There are a couple of smaller ones like Medix Run, about a five-minute drive from the lodge, and Hicks Run, about 10 minutes away. For fly fishing, one of the top streams in Pennsylvania is Kettle Creek. It's about 40 minutes away. And there's also the First Fork and Driftwood Branch of Sinnemahoning."

Call today for reservations......and make SLEEPING ELK LODGE "Your home away from home." Contact Roberta at 717-859-4886 or


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