Camp Can’t Keep
…The ideal mountain retreat
Built with the help of friends and family, Camp Can’t Keep Up has sat alongside the banks of Hicks Run since its completion in 2008. Owner Bryan Lukehart cultivated many fond memories with his family, but especially his two children at this cabin over the years, fishing for trout, hunting whitetail deer in the state game lands, elk shed (antler) hunting, biking, cooking over an open fire, and just enjoying the beauty of nature in the Pennsylvania Wilds.
In 2013, Bryan decided to open up his cabin to the public, in the hopes of sharing with other families what he and his family love so much about Elk Country. Since that time, we have had families come from all over the country (and some guests from Europe!) to experience this majestic mountain retreat; some come to see our Pennsylvania elk, to fish our streams, to hike our trails, or to just get away from the day-to-day hustle and bustle of life.
This 2,000 square foot cabin offers room to sleep 12, with a bedroom downstairs with a queen bed and two bunk beds (great for parents with small children!), as well as a large enclosed loft that will sleep up to eight, with two twin beds, and three full beds. With modern conveniences including central heating and air conditioning, satellite TV, WiFi, a washer and dryer, as well as a fully stocked kitchen, Camp Can’t Keep Up is a comfortable retreat for even a novice mountain dweller!
If you are interested in booking a reservation at Camp Can’t Keep Up, see our availability here
Curious about what our previous guests have had to say? See some reviews of the cabin here