With its recently renovated suites, our Scotrun, PA resort offers indoor water park fun and exciting land attractions for the entire family. Enjoy tons of kid-friendly activities, a range of dining options, and more — all under one roof. Book now and prepare your pack for adventure.
Unlimited splashes in our indoor water park
Spacious suites for the whole pack
Sanitary spaces with CleanPLUS Experience
Life jackets and towels in the water park
Free, fast WiFi throughout the lodge
Family fun with our lineup of daily events
We support governmental efforts being made to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and we have extensive protocols in place to safeguard our guests and pack members through our Paw Pledge – but it’s difficult for us to enforce quarantine measures as we are unaware how long a guest has been in the state before arriving at our resort. We do ask our guests to honestly and accurately complete the wellness questionnaire prior to arrival, which includes direction to move or cancel their reservation if a member of their party is feeling unwell, may have been recently exposed to COVID-19, or has been directed to currently quarantine.
As part of our Paw Pledge program to safeguard our guests and pack members, we now require all guests ages 2 and older to wear a face covering that fully covers their nose and mouth and secures under their chin while visiting our resorts. Guests are required to wear a face covering in all public areas of the resort except while dining, visiting outdoor areas where a physical distance of six feet is maintainable, or when actively enjoying the water park attractions.
To ensure a proper fitting face covering that covers the mouth and nose and fits snuggly around the chin, we strongly recommend guests bring a face covering from home. If you forget to bring a face covering to the lodge, you can obtain one complimentary from the front desk or other select locations in the resort.
We strongly encourage the use of a face covering when not actively enjoying the attractions in the water park, however, the CDC, along with state and local health officials, agree that face coverings should not be worn when in the water.