Ingleby Lodge is a beautiful upscale private mountain vacation home. It is located in Central Pennsylvania (30 minutes from State College for all of you Penn State
Football and Wrestling Fans) between the towns of Woodward and Coburn via Pine Creek Road and highway route 45. The three-story Log Cabin Home sits on a secluded 1 acre lot peacefully surrounded by a small stream and the mountains with
all the modern conveniences of home. Upstairs, there is a spacious Master Bedroom and private Bath adjacent to the loft Bedroom area. On the main floor there is a fully equipped kitchen,
dining room, great room with a fireplace and a 1/2 bath and laundry room. Downstairs, there is another private bedroom, full bath, and a home theater entertainment room with another walkout patio level. The design of this vacation home makes it perfect for a secluded couple's retreat, fly fishing groups or family vacations.
Just minutes away, Ingleby is famous for its access to "Class A Trophy Trout Fly Fishing" on Penns Creek.
Ingleby Lodge is the ideal getaway for the flyfisherman enthusiast, a fun family vacation in the mountains or a private peaceful retreat. We are open year-round to meet any vacation schedule needs.
Elk Creek Junction (ECJ) is new for 2016. It is owned and operated by Ingleby Lodge to offer additional accommodations for our fly fishermen and families of Penn State University. We will also be offering our guests (of either lodge) optional private stream access to (2) other Pristine "Class A Trophy Trout" Limestone Spring Creeks known as Pine and Elk Creek... right outside "ECJ's" back door. Ingleby Lodge is also conveniently located only 3 miles away from the Elk Creek Junction.
Ingleby Lodge Virtual Tour:
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Ingleby Lodge Photo Gallery:
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Elk Creek Junction Photo Gallery:
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Ingleby Lodge, ECJ and Private Stream Access Calendar
Photo: Pine Creek Left, Elk Creek Right & Penns Creek Ahead..."The Elk Creek Junction"