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OUR WATERFALLS (JUST OUTSIDE OF OUR WATERFALL CABIN AND THIS IS YOUR VIEW FROM THE BUCKHORN CABIN)

The property RoundStone camping area rests upon has been in our family since 1877. My Great Great Grandfather purchased the property to farm and build an Ochre Mill. The mill was used to grind a red colored dirt called Ochre. It was ground with large round stones which were turned in the mill by a water turbine. The ground Ochre was than transported by railcar to Philadelphia to be used for paint pigments. The mill burned down in the late 30s.

Ochre pits can still be seen while walking the  many trails here at RoundStone. Our family stayed on and continued to farm and maintain the land. My father also ran a very well know fishing club here for many years. Now that I have taken an early retirement, I am going to give the camp resort a try. Im sure you will love your stay here.


Our Outback Cabin and Our Waterfall Cabin were both built by my Father and Grandfather back in the 1930s with REAL logs taken right from the RoundStone woods. Our Buckhorn Cabin was built by the Amish.

My Father, Captain Niles Grover, was a WWII Bomber Pilot, as well as, commercial airline pilot for many years. Upon his retirement, he and my Mother, Birte "Chris" Grover, dedicated their lives to maintaining the land and also ran a very well known fishing club here for many years. Their hard work and dedication is evident here at RoundStone. My mother is up in age now and my father recently passed away in August 2011. I have decided to continue their tradition and offer our beautiful area as a camping resort to you. We are sure you will love your stay here.

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Buckhorn Cabin (waterfall view)


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Hanging Foot Bridge

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WATERFALL CABIN

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OUTBACK CABIN


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