We are just 5 miles from the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and located in the heart of Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. Use our KOA as your home away from home when exploring this great area. From exploring nature's beauty or letting loose at a waterpark, we can help you get your day started just minutes away.
The Delaware Water Gap/Pocono Mountain KOA is your rustic retreat from the everyday. Enjoy a walk around our wooded campground and enjoy a chance sighting of the many species of wildlife that inhabit the area.
Turtles, bunnies, frogs, deer, birds of many feather, and scurries of chipmunks will definitely keep those looking for animals in nature amused. Hoppy the Deer, who has made her home on the campground for many years, is often seen foraging with her fawns.
The Pocono Mountains' original brewpub was established in 1955 with a traditional Pennsylvania timber-frame barn raising. With 600 personalized beer mugs hanging along with a full-size canoe, and a custom mailbox made of a beer keg set our scene.
Lunch, Dinner, Early Bird and Sunday Brunch
Burgers, wings, hand-cut steaks, seafood, authentic Italian cuisine, extensive bar list.
Corner of Rt. 209 and Keystone Road.
Just 5 minutes from the KOA!!
Big Wheel Roller Skating Center located in Stroudsburg, PA in the Poconos offers fun for all ages with Roller Skating, Roller Hockey, Birthday Parties and More!
Try out some awesome arcade games which span the length of the skating rink while you are there. We offer games from skee-ball to racing games to some of the most classic and your most favorite games. Stop by today to try out the arcade.
The rental skates are affordable and we offer a variety of skates including quads, inlines and speed skates. No matter what you're looking for they have it.
Roller Skating? Roller Hockey? Arcade? Birthday Party? Snack Bar? Great times with your friends? Big Wheel offers so many things for kids of all ages to enjoy. Why wait any longer, visit us today to see what we're all about.
The "Niagara of Pennsylvania", Bushkill Falls is among the Keystone State's most famous scenic attractions. This unique series of eight waterfalls, nestled deep in the wooded Pocono Mountains, is accessible through an excellent network of hiking trails and bridges which afford fabulous views of the falls and the surrounding forest. Open March through November.
The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Pocono Mountain area is well known for it's hiking trails and canoeing. In the past couple decades it has added waterparks, casinos, micro-breweries and outlet shopping to what draws people to it's splendor and diversity. We are located close enough to all the attractions, yet tucked into the mountains away from the hustle and bustle, to be your country get-away.
There is truly something for everyone in the Poconos.
The famous Appalachian Trail has sections on both sides of the Delaware Water Gap providing some challenging elevations and picturesque views.Fun Facts
Experience the beauty of Pocono Mountains golf with affordable rates and excellent playing conditions. Many excellent 18-hole golf courses that are open to the public. Enjoy a day of golfing in a great location, perfect weather, with a golf experience that rewards golfers of all skill levels. Country Club of the Poconos - 570-223-8099, Shawnee Golf - 570-213-5060, Mt. Airy Golf - 570-243-5240, Great Bear Golf Club - 570-213-5400.
There are numerous State Game Lands in the Northeast Pennsylvania area.
State Game Land 38 is a popular destination for hunting white-tailed deer, black bear, wild turkey, grouse, snowshoe hare, and timber rattlesnakes. Furtaking opportunities include beaver, raccoon, gray fox, coyote, and mink. Waterfowl hunting opportunities exist on wetlands throughout the gamelands.
State Game Land 180 is located entirely within Wildlife Management Unit 3D. The most popular species for recreational hunting opportunities are white-tailed deer, eastern cottontail, waterfowl, wild turkey, American woodcock, black bear, eastern coyote, ruffed grouse and squirrel. Furbearer hunting and trapping opportunities include raccoon, grey fox, bobcat, beaver and eastern coyote. There is also a limited population of snowshoe hare.
Lost River Caverns is a natural limestone cavern. It was discovered in 1883 by a limestone quarry operation which was digging where the parking lot now stands. The operation accidentally created the entrance to the cave. Since that is the only entrance to the caverns, there aren't any bats, rats or snakes or any Native Americans, dinosaurs or cavemen in the cave. In 1930, the caverns were opened to the public & at that time walkways, handrails & lighting were added. Other than that, Lost River Caverns is a completely natural cave. According to geologists, Lost River Caverns started forming within the past 250,000 years. It was formed by the work of the water table dissolving away the limestone to form the chambers & passageways. The water table has since dropped, allowing seepage from rainfall & melting snow to remove minerals from the rock above the caverns, deposit them on the rock surface & building up to varying formations.
Just 1 hour from our KOA.
The Crossings Premium Outlets® is nestled in the heart of the Pocono Mountains region and features 100 brand name and designer outdoor outlet stores. Conveniently located off of Interstate 80, Exit 299, you will find everyday savings from Gap Factory Outlet, Kate Spade New York, Michael Kors, The North Face, Under Armour & more. Various dining options are available whether you grab and go in our food court or sit down at the Log Cabin Bar & Grill.