When originally constructed, the Dimock grounds were just a short walk from the Dimock train station on the narrow-guage railroad that went from Tunkhannock to Montrose.
Today, one can find the Dimock grounds, by following Pa. Rt. 29 about 15 miles north of Tunkhannock and about 7 miles south of Montrose. At the blinker light in Dimock (intersection of Rt. 29 and State Route 3023) go west about one-half mile and then make a left-hand turn onto Campground Road, and after about 50 yards make another left onto the entrance road to the grounds. (We know that we're in Dimock, but Google seems to think we're in Springville.)
There is a boundary nature trail on the campground nearly a mile in length. Also, a companion Boundary Nature Trail Guidebook which discusses the various plants and animals to be found, as well as references to historic sites and events. Pick it up in the box at the pavilion.