Places to Stay in Carbon County

Hampton Inn Lehighton/Jim Thorpe Area
  A warm welcome, a comfortable stay and great value await for you here, just off exit #74 (PA Turnpike), and only  minutes from the beautiful historic town of Jim Thorpe, and skiing, rafting, hiking and other outdoor activities. Keep in touch with family and friends during your stay thanks to complementary WiFi and a 24-hour business center. Unwind after a busy day with a workout in the fitness room or by making a splash in the indoor pool and Jacuzzi. Start the day off the right way at the Hampton Inn Lehighton  thanks to a Hampton’s complementary hot on the house breakfast. If you are in a rush, pick up a Hampton On the Run® Breakfast Bag to take on the road with you. Hotel is 100% Non-Smoking. One of the most comfortable places to stay in Carbon County.

877 Interchange Rd, Lehighton, PA 18235            610-377-3400

Split Rock snipSplit Rock Resort & Golf Club is a four season lakeside destination in the Poconos of Pennsylvania that boasts 27 holes of golf, a new indoor water park, tennis, bowling, mini-golf, movie theater and many more amenities. Enjoy many types of accommodation, 3 restaurants, and great getaway packages and special midweek rates only 5 miles from the ski areas. Many amenities open to the public.   One of the best places to stay in Carbon County.

For reservations and information call 800-255-7625 or visit our website at

Sunny Rest Resort
is a clothing optional resort located in Palmerton, PA, having over 190 acres of rolling hills, partially wooded grounds, modern amenities, and fun events. Accommodations include hotel rooms, campsites, and day visits. Sunny Rest has a heated swimming pool, heated conversation pool, hot tub, pool bar, sports bar, night club, restaurant, sauna, gym, nature trails, volleyball & tennis courts, and much more!
One of the most fun places to stay in Carbon County.

425 Sunny Rest Road, Palmerton, PA 18071                 1-866-SUNNY50         610-377-2911 

Clothing Optional Pocono Resort near Jim Thorpe, PA

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