Cabins

Along the Little Pine Creek

Welcome to Pine Creek Hospitality

Where family is always welcome, and the trout are always biting

Call or email Johnny to make any reservations and for cabin availability.

570-753-3821
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Pine Creek Hospitality is comprised of 3 cabins and a former hunting lodge located in a delightful heavily wooded setting right on Little Pine Creek, just below the Little Pine Creek State Park.  Each of these facilities has all of the conveniences for modern living, including high speed internet, TV, and phone service, plus all of the standard amenities, including showers, kitchen, etc.

Each cabin in the compround provides a heavenly escape, or the perfect home base for your adventures around the unspoiled Pine Creek Valley. Executives, who can work from home, have found our facilities to be a delightful place to continue their work activities. Family and friends love to book multiple cabins for a secluded group getaway. Couples love the serenity and privacy. Anglers love the stocked trout stream steps away from the front door. Outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds love our proximity to parks, countless streams, hiking trails, and the 62-mile Pine Creek Rail Trail.

Call Johnny Stoltzfus to book your Pine Creek adventure, today!
570-753-3821
stutz75@hotmail.com

Swing near Little Pine Creek

The Bear Cabin < Click for more info and pricing.

The Bear Cabin is a cozy 1 bedroom that sleeps up to 6, and features a large deck overlooking Little Pine Creek. The  bedroom has a full sized bed (sleeps 2), and a bunk bed (sleeps two), and the living room has a pull out couch (sleeps 2).   The cabin has all of the amenities for modern living, including high speed internet, TV, and phone, updated bathroom with shower and vanity,  full kitchen with a stove, fridge, coffee-maker, and everything you need to make a full dinner after a day of adventuring. The large deck, shaded with big old trees and a partial awning, overlooks the creek. Grill out as you watch the animals at the nearby animal feeder, or just relax as you listen to the sound of the creek. Click here for more info and pricing.

The Trout Cabin < Click for more info and pricing.

The Trout Cabin is a one room cabin, perfect for a couple or solo traveler. It does have a pull out couch which will sleep two extra, tightly. The quaint getaway has a small bathroom with shower, kitchen with stove and fridge, plus most all of the amenities expected where meals are prepared. There is high speed internet, TV, and phone service. The dining table has two large picture windows, one overlooking the creek. The perfect getaway is topped off with a small deck, also overlooking the babbling creek - stocked with trout Click here for more info and pricing.

The Deer Cabin  < Click for more info and pricing.

The Deer Cabin is another getaway located in the PCH compound, housing two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with a bunk bed, making it perfect for a couple with two children  The cabin is only 50 yards from Little Pine Creek, and guests have full right of way access to the fully stocked trout stream. Under a canopy of large white pine and oaks, a nearby animal feeder attracts wild turkeys, deer, and a host of other "critters". There is a stone fireplace with picnic table in a small pavilion to the side of the cabin, perfect for gathering after a day of family fun. Click here for more info and pricing.

The Turkey Lodge < Click for more info and pricing.

The Turkey Lodge is the largest, most rustic lodge in the PCH Compound. It has 3 total bedrooms and sleeps 12-15. 1 bedroom has two double beds, the 2nd bedroom has a single double bed, and the bunk room has three beds, with room for more. It also has two bathrooms, and 2 showers, plus a bath tub. It has a huge combination kitchen, dining, living room, as well. The Turkey Lodge is also steps from the trout-packed Little Pine Creek, and serves as a perfect group fishing getaway. Click here for more info and pricing.

The Bunk House

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The Bunk House is a small, rustic building centrally located between the Bear, Trout, and Deer Cabins, and serves as an overflow bunk for cabin guests. It has two single beds, and other than reading lights at each bed, there are no other conveniences in the structure. $20/night add-on

What Our Guests Have to Say

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"Perfect for a couple. Has everything you need for a relaxing getaway. Very quiet place in a 6 cabin "neighborhood". There is a small 2 store town about 2 miles away if you need anything. The caretaker, John, is very nice and stopped by on my check in day to make sure everything was ok, super friendly guy that is very knowledgeable about the area and local hiking trails..." 

William & Amy Courtney

“Everything was just as described and more! Richard the owner kept in constant communication prior to our arrival, provided us with all information need and very helpful suggestions. Johnny the manager was beyond amazing he met us there informed of all the amenities. He even gave my 3 year old a ride on his tractor!! The location is peaceful and beautiful. we spent our days fishing and we even took baths in the creek..." Read More

Michelle

"AWESOME PLACE !!! The cabin is located on an excellent area, loved the creek right in front of the property, and my kids loved the playground area, spent the evenings on the swings, which was a great surprise for us because is not included on the description. The property is well maintained and there is plenty of activities to choose from: LOTS of fishes, many places to go for a swim (you can pick from the lake at 10 mins from the cabin, or the river at 20 mins), bike and hike trails, we got to see eagles, turtles, deer, hedgehogs, birds and many more creatures that we ever seen before....Read More

Jason

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Family History and Tribute: Pine Creek Hospitality is the Brain Child of the late, great Richard (Dick) Heylmun. Though Dick has been able to trace the Heylmun family history in the Pine Creek Valley back to the early 1800's - the real family history began when Dick started taking his 5 young boys camping in the area in the 1960's. In the 1990's, Dick was able to purchase a family cabin right on Pine Creek, where he could take his family any time. That cabin has served as a beloved meeting spot for Dick, the 5 brothers and their families, as well as loyal host to the annual Heylmun Men's Fishing Trip for over 25 years.
With a desire to bring this same experience to other families, Dick began purchasing and renting out other cabins nearby, and Pine Creek Hospitality was born. Dick truly lived his retirement dream of renting cabins to families, friends, executives, and outdoorsmen.
Upon Dick's passing in May of 2021, the 5 brothers have resumed operation of Pine Creek Hospitality. Dick's eldest son, Rich Heylmun, was voted in as Managing Partner, and his wife Judy was selected as Managing Director. They have big plans to improve the guest experience at Pine Creek Hospitality for 2022! They look forward to serving guests as they honor Dick, as well as their late son, Andrew Heylmun, who freqented the cabins his entire life and constantly proclaimed Pine Creek to be his favorite place on earth! When you visit, you will truly understand why.
The family continues to employ Johnny Stoltzfus as Head of Scheduling and Property Maintenence, who has faithfully served Dick and his guests for many years.
The Heylmun family and Pine Creek Hospitality look forward to providing a comfortable, relaxing, family friendly experience to guests for years to come!

Call or email Johnny to make any reservations and for cabin availability.

570-753-3821
stutz75@hotmail.com