After going up to Scranton for a college visit, my family decided to go on a short overnight backpack trip. My son and I were in hammocks, while my wife and daughter were ground dwellers. We got a late start, but we didn't have far to go, but not knowing the campsites I was a little concerned. We hiked in the Choke Creek Nature Trail section of the trail. While we hiked in the first 2 sites were only big enough for 1 tent, and maybe 1 hammock. Then we finally got to the creek. First site was occupied, but it was in the grass by the creek so no good for hammocks. Next site we came to was occupied too, didn't look to great, but it looked like you could have gone into the trees; on we went into the fading light. The next site was ok, a little removed from the creek, but better woods, but not that good and also occupied. We were thinking that we may have to hike the full loop with headlamps, but I still was holding out hope since none looked like the sites that I found on a blog description of a hike. I also posted these on the planning thread I posted. Finally we get to the perfect site. Lots of trees, a fire pit with wood, and plenty of places for hanging. Just able to get everything setup before dark. The weather held out and we had a great time. Here is a short video of the trip.