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.
From the Delaware Water Gap~Pocono Mountain KOA to:
Albany, NY - 150 miles
Allentown, PA - 45 miles
Baltimore, MD - 180 miles
Binghamton, NY - 110 miles
Catskill Mountains, NY - 165 miles
Delaware Water Gap, PA side - 6 miles
Easton, PA - 32 miles
Hackettown, NJ - 32 miles
Harrisburg, PA - 125 miles
Hartford, CT - 169 miles
Jim Thorpe, PA - 50 miles
Kingston, NY - 98 miles
Lancaster, PA - 114 miles
Long Island, NY - 93 miles
Long Pond, PA - 30 miles
Montreal, QC - 430 miles
Neversink River, NY - 58 miles
Newark, NJ - 68 miles
New York City - 75 miles
Ottawa, ON - 375 miles
Philadelphia - 92 miles
Pocono Mountains - "X" marks the spot
Scranton, PA - 50 miles
Tannersville, PA - 16 miles
Washington DC - 220 miles
Wilmington, DE - 120 miles
Canoeing, tubing, kayaking, biking or rafting the crystal clear water and many islands and beaches, offer unlimited opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, fishing, hiking and picnicking. The National Park Service provides several facilities along the river equipped with dressing and changing areas, as well as areas for picnicking, volleyball, baseball, frisbee, soccer and other group activities. Discounts available for Adventure Sports, Edge of the Woods Outfitters, and Chamberlain Canoes for staying at KOA. Go to www.adventuresport.com or call (800) 487-2628 for more information. Go to www.chamberlaincanoes.com or call (800) 422-6631 for more information. And for Edge of the Woods Outfitters go to www.bikedwg.com or call 570-421-6681.
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.
In the Pocono Mountains, there are well over 300 geocaches listed within 50 miles of the Delaware Water Gap~Pocono Mountains KOA. Start off your treasure hunt with making your reservations here at the KOA, then find your first cache just a short walk from the registration office! Get started at www.geocaching.com.
Short 5 minute drive from KOA
North on 209 from KOA on left.
The Village Farmer and Bakery is a family- owned and operated bakery right in the heart of Delaware Water Gap, PA. Over 30 years ago, they opened as a farm market and have added the bakery and food items as the years went on.
You will never go hungry at the Village Farmer, where they offer everything from over 30 flavors of Homemade pies, an array of savory pot pies, signature sandwiches and salads, Weekend BBQ, Pastries, Cakes, Muffins, Cookies, Ice Cream, Coffee, Jams, Jellies, gifts and MORE! Visit and enjoy your meal inside our rustic lodge style show room or outside by the Historic cherry creek side seating!
Villabe Farmer and Bakery
13 Broad Street
Delaware Water Gap, PA 18327
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!!
The Big A Grill House and Tavern
1 Fox Run Lane
East Stroudsburg, PA 18302
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.
1774 Sullivan Trail
Tannersville, PA 18372
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.
3226 N 5th Street
East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
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.
Bushkill Falls Road
Bushkill, PA 18324
C.F. Martin & Co. ® (WWW.MARTINGUITAR.COM) has been creating the finest instruments in the world for 183 years. It continues to innovate, introducing techniques and features that have become industry standards, including X-bracing, the 14-fret guitar and the “Dreadnought” size. One of the world's leading acoustic instrument makers, Martin guitars are hand-made by skilled craftsmen and women, who use a combination of new design and techniques, along with those introduced by the company founder.The company is also known for producing high-quality, popular acoustic guitar strings and they have been making their own strings since 1970. These include the successful Martin SP® Lifespan® the fastest-growing long-life string in the industry, the exciting new Retro Strings line played and loved by Tony Rice and Laurence Juber and the Martin SP Acoustic and SP Flexible Core lines, which use an industry leading core wire to hold tunings better.Factory ToursAs a visitor on the factory floor, your guided tour will show you how our guitars come to life through the hands of the craftsperson. Explore the art of guitarmaking, from old world tools to our state-of-the-art facility. Follow a guitar from rough lumber to a finished product which requires more than 300 steps to complete.Tours last approximately one hour. Photographs are allowed without a flash. Video cameras or recorders are not permitted. Cell phones are permitted for capturing images. Closed-toe shoes are recommended.Take Home a Martin During Your VisitEnhance your factory tour experience with the Buy From Factory program. Experience first-hand the rich history and culture of the oldest American guitar manufacturing company by purchasing an instrument during your visit.
510 Sycamore St.
Nazareth, PA 18064
Chocolate, Candy, Chocolate, Pretzels, Chocolate. Enjoy a demonstration on marketing chocolate, tasting, and the chance to purchase anything you could ever imagine covered in chocolate! There is also a "Left-Hand Shop" to get unique gifts for the leftie in your life. 20 miles away.
Callie's Candy Kitchen
Mountainhome, PA 18342
Vertical: 800 feet Trails: 34 total; all are lighted for night skiing: 15% Expert - 24% Intermediate - 54% Novice - 7% Beginner Lifts: total - high-speed detachable quad chairlifts 3 triple chairlifts - 7 double chairlifts - 1 SunKid surface lift - 2 tubing lifts (magic carpets) www.skicamelback.com
Pharaoh's Phortress , FlowRider, Checkered Flag Challenge, Triple Venom Speed Slides , Vortex , Spin Cycle , Kahuna Lagoon Wave Pool, Titan Family Raft Ride, Camel Cove, Blue Nile Adventure River, Kahuna Cove, Mat Slides, Olympic Swimming Pool, Raft Slides, Tube Slides, Bumper Boats.
Where Art and Home Meet!
Thousands of products to choose from!Country Kettle is your authorized retailer for:Swarovski CrystalJim ShoreDisney by BrittoYankee CandleJohn Medeiros
Lenox Ginger Snaps Charles ViancinSwarovski JewelryAnd more!
East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
Crayola Experience is where the magic of Crayola comes to life! With 65,000 square feet of attractions, Crayola Experience is Pennsylvania's most colorful family destination for interactive, creative play! Families typically spend 3-4 hours exploring our 26 hands-on attractions. Go on a wonderful, whimsical adventure with our unique experiences, such as:- Star in your very own coloring page- Name and wrap your very own Crayola crayon- Embark on a 4-D coloring adventure- Learn how crayons are made in a live manufacturing show- And so much more! The Crayola Experience will be open year round. Specializing in colorful birthday parties, group outings, educational field trips and special events. Plan your trip today! Crayola Experience and The Crayola Store are open year-round.
30 Centre Square
Easton, PA 18042
State forest visitors can find a whole host of recreational activities on Pennsylvania's 2.2 million-acre state forest system. Some of the most common activities include scenic driving, hunting, camping, hiking and nature watching. Others include hang gliding, dogsledding, and kayaking. Here is an inventory of the most common recreational activities and the sites, resources and facilities available.
Hikers enjoy the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area during all months of the year; every season offers a special reward. During winter, the absence of deciduous leaves opens new vistas along trails and reveals stone walls, foundations, and other reminders of past residents. Spring provides a weekly parade of wildflowers and flowering trees. In summer, hikers can seek out cool retreats among the hemlock forests follow rolling streams to beautify falls and cascades. Autumn hikers have crisp air to sharpen the senses and a varied palette of fall colors to enjoy.
Enjoy 2 great parks for 1 low admission price. Enjoy roller coasters and water rides in a fun filled day just 1 hour away from this KOA. Visit www.dorneypark.com for more information.
Eckley is a rural industrial community which is dedicated to preserving the lives of thousands of families who labored to build the nation through the industrial revolution. A visit to Eckley will give all an appreciation of the hardships of the pursuit of the “American Dream.”
2 Eckley Back Road
Eckley, PA 18255
Attracted by its natural beauty and wildlife, philanthropist George W. Childs purchased this land in 1892. He developed a public park because he believed everyone, not just wealthy landowners, should be able to experience and appreciate being outdoors. The park was designed to highlight and enhance the natural and man-made amenities found here. In 1912, Childs' wife, Emma, deeded the land to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. George W. Childs Park became part of Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in 1983 and the National Park Service is proud to continue Childs' vision and preserve this park for public enjoyment. The trail follows Dingmans Creek as it flows through a lush ravine, over three rushing waterfalls, and adjacent to the ruins of a mill and several structures built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Dingmans Creek boasted a dozen mills at its peak. At Factory Falls, the Brooks family ran a bustling woolen mill from 1823 to 1832, a rarity outside of big cities. The mill ruins are visible next to the waterfall. Fulmer Falls is a short distance downstream from Factory Falls. Here, the Civilian Conservation Corps built a rustic-style pavilion for a scenic picnic spot. Finally, the trail loops past a third waterfall, Deer Leap Falls. Other Information: the trail is accessible to the first waterfall (approximately a third of a mile, one-way); restroom located at trailhead. Restrictions: dogs and other pets not permitted; swimming and wading is not permitted anywhere within George W. Childs Park; must stay on the trail at all times.
Silver Lake Road
Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
Grey Towers was built in 1886 by James and Mary Pinchot as a summer retreat. It was James who first recognized the reckless destruction of natural resources that was overtaking the nation in the 19th century. James encouraged his eldest son Gifford to consider a career in forestry, thus introducing the idea of conservation to America.Gifford Pinchot went on to establish and serve as the first Chief of the US Forest Service, and he was twice elected Governor of Pennsylvania. Between family, friends and political associates, Grey Towers was always bustling with activity and was central to advancing the Pinchots' social, political and conservation ideals. In 1963 the Pinchot family donated Grey Towers and its surrounding 102 acres to the US Forest Service.
122 Old Owego Turnpike
Milford, PA 18337
Hickory Run State Park, located in Carbon County, stretches across 15,990 acres in the less forested western foothills of the Pocono Mountains. The park is famous for Boulder Field, a flat area covered with large, round boulders that look like the surface of the Moon. Sand Spring Lake has a lovely swimming beach and a disc golf field, and it is one of three permanent spots for orienteering courses. The area has hundreds of picnic tables, playground equipment, and restrooms.
3613 State Route 534
White Haven, PA 18661
Typical residents of the recreation area's lakes and ponds are warm water fish largemouth bass and sunfish, green and pickerel frogs, painted turtles, and dragonflies, and damselflies.Many of the recreation area's ponds are favorite fishing spots for both park visitors and local residents. These waterbodies are also important foraging areas for water birds such as great blue herons, mallards, black ducks, and kingfishers. Some of the larger lakes serve as rest stops for migratory waterfowl. In addition to the more common ducks and geese, it is possible to spot some of the less common species such as pied-billed grebe and even the occasional loon.Pink lady's slipper (cypripedium acaule) or moccasin flower, a member of the orchid family, can also be found around Hidden Lake, along with Jack-in-the-pulpit. Please remember that all wildflowers within Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area are protected by federal law and may not be picked or dug up for transplanting.
Hidden Lake Road
Shawnee On Delaware, PA 18356
Located just off route 611, we are "The Pocono's Original Riding Stables." The ranch was established in 1960, and we still operate with that same good old fashioned hospitality.
We offer beginner friendly trail rides for those ages 7 and up, and pony rides for those ages 2-6.
Each ride begins with a personalized introduction and instruction on how to properly communicate with your horse. The comfort and safety of our horses and riders is very important to us. We specialize in beginner rides and we will teach you everything you need to know to make sure you enjoy your time here at Paradise.
Once you are saddled up and ready to go, we will take you on a relaxing ride through the forest. Our trails go through 66 beautiful wooded acres and each ride takes about forty five minutes to an hour.
Our hand-led pony rides are perfect for little cowboys and cowgirls. Our experienced ponies delight young riders and we make sure to keep them safe and smiling. We also offer Buckaroo Birthday Parties for young riders!
For an authentic trail riding experience the whole family will enjoy, visit Paradise Riding Stables. Find your love for horses in the heart of the Poconos!
Mount Pocono, PA 18344
In the early 1960's our family began making candles in the kitchen. It didn't take long for the mess we created in the kitchen to become a little too much for Mom. We were then sent to the basement to make our candles. From here we began to grow into a business and in 1966 my father, Edwin Coover, registered the House of Candles name. In the early years my father made and sold candles to many stores and brokers who then resold our products. At one time we were making candles for Sears nationwide! At the same time this was going on we were in the beginning stages of our retail store. We began selling candles to the public for our wholesale prices. Word spread that a little candle shop off the beaten path was selling quality candles at a great price. The demand from our customers was so great that we had to discontinue the mass production of candles for our wholesalers. Our focus was now fulfilling the needs of our retail operation. Today, we are in the second generation of candle makers. Edwin's son, Eddie, and his wife Debra, now own and operate the business. Here at House of Candles we still manufacture all our own votive, pillar, jar and various other candle products on the premises. If you have the chance, you really don't want to miss our daily candle making demonstrations. We still do special orders and custom work for weddings, fundraisers, business functions, you name it, we will try our best to make it.
3371 Route 715
Henryville, PA 18332
Every year since 1971, IGC has made improvements that have revolutionized the industry and allowed IGC to become the only gymnastics facility in the world with five separate gyms. Each gym is fully air conditioned and designed to maximize training, progress, and safety.The Delaware Water Gap~Pocono Mountain KOA is less tan 1/2 hour away from this acclaimed camp making it a great weekend stay when visiting your little gymnast.
Kalahari Water Park is the Poconos largest indoor waterpark and is approximately a half hour away from the KOA. Can't get better than winter camping and going to a waterpark in the same day!
The only indoor waterpark in the Poconos that offers day passes!
Kalahari Water Park
250 Kalahari Blvd.
Pocono Manor, PA 18349
The Education Center is located at the County-owned Kettle Creek Wildlife Sanctuary near Bartonsville. This 13,000 sq. foot facility contains the Administrative and Technical offices of the Conservation District. It also houses the Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center on its second floor. Over 7,200 sq. ft. of space is devoted to educational programs including two large classroom/meeting areas, offices, kitchen, public restrooms and numerous displays and exhibits on the Pocono's natural environment.
The Center also contains a gift shop with many different educational and environmentally oriented items for sale including a large selection of birdfeeders, quality birdseed, field guides and more. On the outside of the building is a large observation deck and additional classroom area. Many different educational programs are offered year-round. The building is open Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm and most Saturdays from 9am - 1pm.
Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center
8050 Running Valley Road
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Enjoy a scenic walk to the Lakota Wolf Preserve observing the many forms of local wildlife along the way. Upon arrival you will be invited to the observation area, in the center of four packs of wolves. During our informal talks with the people who raised and care for the wolves you will learn about the social structure of wolf packs, their eating habits, their interaction with man and many other interesting facts. In the observation area you will watch the wolves play, interact with each other & maybe even hear them howl. www.lakotawolf.com
89 Mt. Pleasant Rd
Columbia, NJ 07832
As New Jersey's Premiere Family Amusement & Water Park, the Land of Make Believe features Safe & Wholesome recreation, entertainment & activities for families like yours. You'll find Exciting Rides, Shows, Attractions, Games, Water Park, & Picnic Area on over 30 acres. The Land of Make Believe & Pirate's Cove has been designed exclusively for an action-packed day of special family fun for parents & their children. Rides are ideal for children 2-12. Located 20 miles away. For more information, visit www.lomb.com .
654 Great Meadows Road
Hope, NJ 07844
Just 75 miles from New York City and 85 miles from Philadelphia, the Delaware Water Gap~Pocono Mountain KOA is located close enough to home for a weekend getaway every weekend. Our family oriented campground is located just minutes from canoeing, fishing (permit required) and hiking along the beautiful Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Bushkill Falls. Located in the Pocono Mountains, this KOA is within a stone's throw of water parks, skiing, gambling, college football, historic farms, sky diving, antiquing, horseback riding, adventure sports, paintball, nature preserves, go-karting, hunting, ATV riding, NASCAR, outlet shopping, flea markets, museums, theater, movies, bowling, and much more.
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.
726 Durham Street
Hellertown, PA 18055
Sometimes it's fun to get lost. Sometimes a little “cornfusion” can be exciting. The eleven acre PA corn maze at Mazezilla provides a safe yet stimulating challenge for all visitors. Every year is different. Every visit is different. We take you out to the maze in a tractor-driven wagon. Entering the maze is a chance to challenge your puzzle-solution skills. We do not leave you without help. There are “corn helpers” throughout the maze. “Tower people” overlook the complex.
Mazezilla is an 11 acre corn maze with a new and unique design each year. We are proud to be able to offer this outstanding addition to our Pennsylvania farms complex. Since 1998, Mazezilla and Klingel Farm have welcomed thousands of visitors for wonderful, educational, and family-oriented adventures. The incredible Mazezilla maze is open in September and October of each year, dates and hours to be posted when available. Our one-of-a-kind Mazeville Pennsylvania farms complex is located in the shadow of the Pocono Mountains, on Old Route 115, one mile from Saylorsburg Flea Market, between Saylorsburg, PA and Wind Gap, PA. We are a family farm in northeast Pennsylvania, working all year round to offer adventure at our maze, fun in our pumpkin patch, and delicious local food. The maze has expanded our ability to offer our farm-fresh produce to the public. Our marvelous Mazezilla maze and our premier pumpkin patch are delightful additions to our family farm, giving extra value to our business and to our customers. Take a day trip to Mazezilla and Klingel Farm. We can't wait to share our farm with you. If you're interested in finding more about Mazezilla, please email us on our contact page, or call us at 570-402-7378.
415 Route 115
Saylorsburg, PA, PA 18353
Careworks Walk-in Medical Clinic
Convenient healthcare inside select Weis Markets
*No appointment necessary
*Open everday 9am to 9pm
Allergies-Swimmer's Ear-Poison Ivy-Insect Bites-Tick Removal
1070 North 9th Street, Stroudsburg 570-517-5048
Route 611, Tannersville 570-619-5142
If you're looking for some big action, take over 2,500 of the hottest slots for a spin. Play everything from penny slots on the floor to $100 games in our high-limit area. Choose from progressive slots, themed video slots and more. With a variety of the newest slots around, like Extreme Wheels, Gold Fish, New York Gold and Hot Hot Super Jackpots, plus some of your traditional favorites such as Wheel of Fortune, Blazin 7's, Jackpot Party, Tower of Power and Quick Hot Platinum, you're sure to find all your favorite games and then some. Electronic Table Games like poker, blackjack, and roulette are a way to raise the stakes. Located 20 miles away.
Mount Airy Casino
312 Woodland Rd
Mount Pocono, PA 18344
Winery: Open DailyOpen for wine tastings from 11am–6pmFriday and Saturday dinner hours 6pm-9pmTours Vineyard and Winery Tours 2332 Walters Road, Stroudsburg, PA 18360 Saturdays and Sundays at Noon Distillery: Local, Handcrafted Pennsylvania Spirits Our original winery location is now our distillery. Stop in to sample our spirits! We have all-naturally flavored vodkas, moonshine (including apple pie shine), and brandy. Distillery Hours Friday – Sunday Noon-6pmTours on Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm Father's Day Weekend Special Celebrate Dad with a day at the distillery. Get a tour, a spirits tasting, a t-shirt, a souvenir shot glass, and a moonshine Man-garita for just $25. Tours are at 2pm this Saturday and Sunday. You don't need reservations. Distillery Tours (5866 Neola Road, Stroudsburg, PA 18360) Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm
Go to the "City that Never Sleeps" in style with a planned day!! At the Delaware Water Gap KOA, which is 7 miles away from the bus station to the City, you can hop on a coach bus and go to the Museums, a Yankee game, one-of-a-kind exhibits, Broadway plays, the Bronx Zoo, Ellis Island and South Street Seaport, American Girl Place, and much more. All of the above are each a full day trip in itself. Check out www.martztours.com for tour dates and details.
WELCOME TO OLD JAIL MUSEUM! Wander the Old Jail's cold hallways. Peek in Cell 17 to get a glimpse of... the Mysterious Handprint on the Wall. Stand under the gallows... on which seven of the accused Molly Maguires were put to death! Creek into the eerie dungeon. Just 1 hour from the Delaware Water Gap~Pocono Mountain KOA
128 West Broadway
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229
Established in 1902, Paradise Brook Trout Company is the first licensed hatchery in the state of Pennsylvania. It has been family owned and operated for over 75 years. In the early 1900's, Paradise shipped live fish in milk cans from Henryville, PA to various destinations in Pennsylvania and New York. Paradise trout were also sold in the finest restaurants in New York City. A pioneer of its time, Paradise sold eggs throughout the United States; also shipping to Africa and Japan. Today, Paradise Brook Trout Company supplies trout for sport fishing to customers throughout the eastern United States. Two fee fishing ponds stocked with fish raised on the historic property continue to be a popular fishing spot since 1968 for tourists and local costumers.
What We Offer: Two Ponds - One stocked with our own trout, the other with bass; Fish Cleaning - filleted or gutted; Picnic Tables, Snacks and Refreshments. Everything you need to reel em' in - Pole rental, worms, hooks, and buckets.
123 Hatchery Dr
Cresco, PA 18326
Open 7 days
Call your order in at 570-223-1888
Rt. 209 North, behind CVS
Let them know you are staying at the KOA when ordering!!
The friendly ATV people want you to have a great time in the Poconos while riding ATV's through 200 beautiful wooded acres at Memorytown.You'll be riding on full size, late model off road ATV's, and we want you to be safe. We start by giving you preliminary instruction on how to safely enjoy ATV riding, we get you equipped for the ride and then you hit the trail with a trail guide leading the way!
432 Grange Road
Mount Pocono, PA 18344
In 1985, Priscilla Moore began baking cheesecakes using a time tested family recipe in her home near the village of Canadensis in the beautiful Pocono Mountains. She soon sought to convince local chefs to try her product and, after receiving a thoroughly positive response, a business was born! After a few months, a retail outlet opened on route 390 in Mountainhome, PA and, within the first year, the response was so overwhelming that she decided to expand to the current location on route 611 in Swiftwater. By 1994, after several additions, she more than doubled the original size of the baking and retail space.Through the years the Pocono Cheesecake Factory became one of the "must try" attractions in the Poconos. In 2007, Priscilla decided to retire and asked her long time friends, Al and Carole Johnson, to carry on the tradition of uncompromising quality and freshness. They agreed and since then have been continuing to bake, using the same classic recipe and providing a customer service experience that is second to none.
2146 Route 611
Swiftwater, PA 18370
Just 25 minutes from the KOA, there is a hike for everyone at the Pocono Environmental Education Center.
The Pocono Environmental Education Center(PEEC), located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, is one of the most well-established residential centers in the United States. PEEC provides quality environmental education programs for school children, community groups, scouts, families and more. PEEC is located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains.
We have 12 miles of hiking trails, two ponds, several creeks, waterfalls, and plenty of wildlife! The Tumbling Waters Trail, featuring waterfalls, offers one of the best views of the river valley. Two Ponds Trail and Scenic George Trail are two other hiker's favorites in the PEEC medley of trails that are must-sees.
538 Emery Road
Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
Indoor and outdoor market open on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. 100's of booths, plenty of paved parking, modern clean rest rooms, and a food court area. Handicapped Accessible. Open all year! See www.poconobazaar.com for more information.
1 Municipal Drive
East Stroudsburg, PA 18302
THE AREAS LARGEST AND BEST GO-KARTING PARK.
Pocono Go-Karts is a family run park, opening in May of 1994. It was the Northeast's first FULL SIZE Go-Kart track. We are the only track offering both adult karting and kiddie karting. We offer two tracks. Our Adult track is a super 8 with a length of 1400 + feet and has a tunnel running under a full size track bridge. We have full night lighting for summer evening racing. Our two person karts are always open and race along with our single seaters. We never leave the kiddie waiting on the rail. They can RACE FOR THE GOLD with mom and dad. At Pocono Go-Karts, we never have any hidden charges. One ticket, One ride. NO extra charges for a do-nothing license.
TARGET PAINTBALL IS OPEN TO ALL AGES.
Great family fun, no pain and no mess - step up and let the balls fly. We offer drinks and light snacks at the park. There is a large picnic area open all season for your use. We also have covered tables for the real hot days. Please bring a lunch and make it a day. Don't forget we do parties and family outings, also group racing and company outlining. Fall, Winter and Spring, we are open weekends - weather permitting. Also, Friday before Thanksgiving, Christmas/New Year's week, Go-Karting stays open till we become snowbound .
Just 5 minutes from Delaware Water Gap~Pocono Mountain KOA.
5056 Milford Road
East Stroudsburg, PA 18302
This Raceway has been recognized as one of NASCAR's most competitive tracks. Pocono hosts two of Pennsylvania's largest single day sporting events annually. For more information, visit the www.poconoraceway.com online.
How pocono pistol range works: We are open to the general public. You must be 18 years of age -12 years of age if accompanied by a parent. First-time users of the range MUST complete a 20 minute safety presentation. There is a one time charge of $9.95 per person for this course. You must have a government issued photo identification, such as a driver's license, passport, etc... Lane time is $18 for one shooter per hour: $9 for an additional shooter on the same lane. You may bring you own firearm (maximum caliber .44 Magnum) or rent one of ours. Handgun rental $10/long gun rental $20 per hour plus appropriate ammunition cost. All safety equipment available. New guests to Pocono Pistol Range must arrive no later than 4 PM Friday-Wednesday and 6 PM Thursdays in order to receive the full hour of range time they are charged for.
85 North 1st Street
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Fully stocked parts and accessory store, along with our online store, insure fast and efficient access to all the parts you may ever need. Lifetime parts and service discount card for all who become part of our RV family. Stop by at your convenience and be prepared to experience the culmination of your dreams in an atmosphere that you would expect.
489 Bushkill Plaza Lane
Windgap, PA 18091
More Fun Than A Barrel Of Monkeys! Pocono Snake & Animal Farm is one of those Pocono activities that has been delighting kids of all ages for over 40 years, with everything from lizards to lemurs. A perfect “starter zoo” for the little ones, who can bottle-feed the deer, goats, and pot bellied pigs, or feed the monkeys and pet the rabbits, all in an area they can visit within an hour's time. From the huge 23 foot python to the tiniest Cotton-Top Tamarin, our “pets” will thrill the entire family. Our family-owned and operated facility began over 30 years ago. Many of our animals and reptiles found their way here by “donation”, because their previous owners were unable to properly care for their exotic pets. These animals now lead happier, healthier lives, getting the attention they deserve, and some have even made appearances with such celebrities as Jack Hanna and Steve “Crocodile Hunter” Irwin! Some of the animals we provide homes for are: Blackbeary, our very personable black bear (she loves bear treats from our visitors), lots of fun-loving monkeys who show off for fruit and peanuts from fun-loving humans, a family of sloths, Madagascan ringtailed lemurs, bobcats, raccoon, chinchillas, armadillo, a black leopard, petting animals, and many more. Feed baby bottles to goats or potbellied pigs! Our reptile collection will please even the fussiest herpetologist, who will fully appreciate the 14 foot King Cobra, 100 year-old, 150-pound Alligator Snapping Turtle, and outdoor pond equipped with alligators, goldfish, and turtles. The reptile display inside includes various exotics, from our African Puff Adder and Albino Monocled Cobra, to Eastern Diamondback Rattlers and lots in between. Tips and Hints:
Pocono Snake & Animal Farm
424 Seven Bridge Road
East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
The Pocono's premier art & craft festival takes place every August at the Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm in Stroudsburg PA. Since our first festival August 1986 - the Pocono State Craft Festival has attracted the finest artists and craftspeople from across the United States, and has become "a destination" for the discerning collector of quality art and fine crafts. At the Pocono State Craft Festival you can experience one of the area's largest variety of art & craft demonstrations, be entertained by the best regionally based musicians, and experience the very best the Poconos have to offer. The Pocono State Craft Festival - over 30 years of the best and always getting better. Come join us for an enjoyable, affordable family day in the country! Admission also includes Quiet Valley's attractions.
347 Quiet Valley Road
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Raymondskill Falls along the Raymondskill Creek Trail - Length: 0.3 miles, one-way.
Elevation Change: 178 feet.
Restrictions: swimming and wading are not permitted in the water within 50 feet upstream of waterfalls and the waterfalls themselves.
The three-tiered Raymondskill Falls is the tallest waterfall in Pennsylvania. If you add the drops from each tier together, the waterfall is only a few feet shorter than Niagara Falls. While the trail is short, it is fairly uneven. The upper viewing area provides a view of the upper pool and the top of one of the drops. The lower viewing area provides a great photo opportunity of the falls. A spur off the main trails provides a quarter-mile, one-way walk to Raymondskill Creek (this trail does not lead to the bottom of the falls).
Other Information: restroom located at the trailhead
Milford, PA 18337
TASTING ROOM HOURS at our original location: 103 Gypsum Rd. Stroudsburg, PA 18360 WEDNESDAY 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm THURSDAY 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm FRIDAY 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm SATURDAY 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm SUNDAY 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm TASTING ROOM HOURS at our sister location: 616 Main St. Stroudsburg, PA 18360 WEDNESDAY 1:00 pm - 9:00 pm THURSDAY 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm FRIDAY 1:00 PM - 11:00 pm SATURDAY 1:00 pm - 11:00 pm SUNDAY 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
619 Main Street
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
S&S opened it's doors in 1996. We are family owned & operated! We love racing! We pride ourselves in offering clean family fun for all ages!
It's racing at it's best for the novice to the racing enthusiast! The indoor track assimilates dirt racing with side by side action generating lots of smiles!
S&S is open 7 days a week offering public racing and private parties by reservation. Private parties range from kids birthday's to adult bachelor parties offering fun for all ages. Must be 54" tall to drive. Our lobby offers full track viewing to watch the racing plus video games, a snack bar, pool table, and S&S merchandise is available.
Bring in a free race coupon and give us a try! Ask about our Rookie Special!
7062 Route 209
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Annual festivals like the Celtic Festival the Timber Festival, the Wurst Fest, Rodeo and Chili Cook-off and the Garlic Festival are treasures of the Poconos! Purchase DISCOUNTED TICKETS at the KOA!!! For more information, see www.shawneemt.com .
Ski and Tubing Mountains: Skiers? Tubers? Get ready!! Please visit the following for their hours. Snow season in this part of the country usually runs from around mid-December through mid-March. Shawnee Mountain 1 mile away www.shawneemt.com Camelback Mountain 20 miles away www.skicamelback.com Alpine Mountain 16 miles away www.alpinemountain.com Big Boulder 35 miles away www.jfbb.com Blue Mountain 35 miles away www.skibluemt.com
Smithfield Beach is accessible year-round, however, lifeguards are only available seasonally. Lifeguards are on duty weekends from mid-June through August. Picnic & restroom facilities are available at the beaches. Personal grills are permitted. Alcohol & pets are not permitted. Swimming Restrictions: Swimming is not permitted within 50 feet of a boat launch, a canoe launch, or the top of any waterfall. Fee Schedule: America the Beautiful Senior & Access Passes, & National Park Service Golden Age & Golden Access Passes are eligible for a 50% discount on the Expanded Amenity Fees. Private vehicle (< 7 persons): $7.00 per vehicle weekdays, Private vehicle (< 7 persons): $10.00 per vehicle weekends & holidays. Vehicles with 8 + adults (age 16 +): $1.00 each, Pedestrian (age 16 +): $1.00 each.
Delaware Water gap, PA 18327
Drive NASCAR's Famous Pocono Raceway! Have you watched racing on the television and thought “I Would Love To Drive One Of Those”? Well here's your chance to experience it first hand! All of our experiences are run so that just about anyone can participate! We provide all the necessary training and safety gear. Once we have prepared you for your experience, you will get to drive or ride in one of our 600HP racing machines on the 2.5mile super speedway at Pocono Raceway!
Pick your experience:StockCar Racing, ExperienceProKart Racing, ExperienceBring Your Own Car, ExperienceExotic Driving, ExperiencesPocono, Slingshot, RentalsAdvanced Stock Car Driving Experience.
PO Box 500
Blakeslee, PA 18610
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Enjoy a day of shooting in the scenic Pocono Mountains.If you never shot a gun before, no problem.We have instructors to assist you with over 100 guns, including handguns, rifles, and shotguns.
Open seven days a week 10am to 5pm, rain or shine.
(Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays Labor Day through Memorial Day)
Must be 13 years old or older to shoot
Just 15 minutes away
Exit 299 off I80
Make Right on Route 715
Make Right on Route 611
Make Left on Route 715
Go 4 miles and make Left on Route 314
Sunset Hill Shooting Range is on Left
2282 Pennsylvania 314
Henryville, PA 18332
Vineyard History: Tolino Vineyards is a family owned and operated nine acre vineyard and winery established in 2007. We are committed to growing the finest grapes and preserving the pristine rural landscape while hand crafting artisanal wines. Our passion for winemaking grew out of our agrarian roots, our strong Italian heritage and our love of spending time and sharing a glass of wine with our family and friends. Shortly after Carl Jr purchased the 76 acre farm at 280 Mount Pleasant Road, he was looking for suggestions on uses for the land. Carl's daughter, Mandy, thought that the hilly property with the beautiful views would be a perfect spot to grow grapes. The dream was born, and the hard work of planting a vineyard had begun. Carl and his four children spent many Saturdays picking rocks, amending soils, preparing the land, and planting the vines. Mandy has a background in plant science and was involved with the planning of the vineyards and the selection of the vines. After the planting, Carl Jr's son Carl continued working in the vineyards under Paul Shumaker learning the unique craft of grape growing. After a few years in the vines, Carl moved into the winery when it opened in the spring of 2013. Carl Jr's daughters Liz and Mandy focus on marketing and events, and his son Mark has taken over the role of working in the vineyard. We invite you to gather some friends and visit our beautiful estate vineyard nestled in the rolling hills of Northampton County. Relax with a glass of your favorite selection and take in the majestic mountain views, the tranquil rows of vines, and the serene rural landscape. Our vineyard is the perfect place to spend the afternoon sipping wine and enjoying the countryside. Tolino Wines: Our unique terrain allows us to grow wonderful grapes to create an impressive selection of wines. We nurture the classic Vinifera and Hybrid varieties of grapes for our winemaker to craft our Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, Vidal Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Mama's Rosé, Papa's Red, Chambourcin and Ice Wine. Our 2010 Cabernet Franc has been very good to us. We are proud to have won the Double Gold medal and the Governor's Cup at the 2014 Pennsylvania Farm Show Competition as the Best of Show Dry Grape Wine in the state. Wine Tastings and Sales: Visit our tasting room for a premier tasting for $5.00 that includes tasting 6 wines and includes a souvenir glass. We also offer a free tasting of up to 3 wines. Enjoy the view of the vines on our patio, or bring a savory snack to pair with our wines in our picnic area. Wines can be purchased every day, except select major holidays, in our tasting room. Our wines are also available for sale at the Easton Farmer's Market on Wednesdays during the summer and in a few select restaurants.
280 Mt. Pleasant Road
Bangor, PA 18013
All weather Trolleys take you back thru history and the many points of interest while you relax and enjoy the many unique sites the Water Gap has to offer. Learn about the Native Americans and the early settlers of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.
The Water Gap Trolley
129 Main Street
Delaware Water Gap, PA 18327
WILD WEST CITY is a western heritage theme park that brings the old west back to life through portrayals of real-life western characters, legendary events and a frontier town re-creation. Featuring twenty-two (22) different live action shows throughout the course of the day, Wild West City offers the visitor the chance to “live” in the old west!
In addition to the shows, take rides on a miniature train, stagecoach or a pony. Guests can browse shops and museums along Main Street, visit and talk with many knowledgeable townsfolk portraying early western life as historic figures or trades people, visit the barnyard zoo or play miniature golf. The Chapel is quietly nestled beyond the town alongside an authentic 1880's Schoolhouse.
There's never been a better time to head on over to Wild West City.
50 Lackawanna Dr
Stanhope, NJ 07874
The McDade Recreational Trail extends most the length of the park and provides views of the river, charming streams, open farm fields, forests, and historic landscapes. The trail offers hikers, bikers, and cross-country skiers areas of varying difficulty, from easy to strenuous. With trailheads distributed between ½ and 5 miles apart, this trail offers a section for just about any visitor. Additionally, most trailheads are along the park's free bus route that operates summer weekends.From Hialeah to Owens trailheads, the trail is mostly flat as it traverses former settlements and farms. From the Owens Trailhead on Freeman Tract Road, the trail switchbacks sharply up the side of the Hogback, or ridge, to the park's headquarters. Observation decks on the side of the headquarters facility provide wildlife viewing areas.Between park headquarters and Bushkill Access, the terrain becomes rolling hills. Numerous structures, foundations, and other traces remain from the once thriving community of Bushkill.North of Bushkill Access, the trail follows a narrow ribbon of land between US 209 and the river and then continues nearly level through agricultural fields and forests to Schneider Farm.The next several miles of the trail are dominated by the river to the east and the cliffs to the west, with the trail and US 209 squeezed between in places. From Raymondskill Creek to Milford Beach, the Raymondskill Cliff parallels the nearly flat trail.The northern terminus of the McDade Trail is Milford Beach, a popular recreation site for local residents since 1945. Whether you start from this end, Hialeah, or a point in between, you are sure to find something to fit any mood.Regulations
The Cliff Trail offers some of the most breathtaking overlook views in the recreation area of the meandering Delaware River valley from atop the Raymondskill Ridge. This awe-inspiring view has been used by many early filmmakers for several westerns, using this spectacular scenery as stand-ins for the landscapes out west. Over eight miles of footpath can be joined together in the Cliff Park area to fill the entire day.
Park information, exhibits, souvenir and bookstore, NPS passport cancellation, restrooms, drinking water, wheel chair and stroller accessible. Dingmans Creek Trail to Silverthread and Dingmans Falls, guided waterfall walks.
During the summer, parking can fill by 11:00 am, most weekends. Please plan your visit accordingly. There is no RV parking at this location. Some RV parking is available one mile from the visitor center, at the corner of PA Route 209 and Johnny Bee Road.
PA State Route 209 & Johnny Bee Road
Dingmans Ferry, PA 18324
Resica Falls is located along Bushkill Creek on the property of Resica Falls Scout Reservation. Fortunately, thanks to a joint project of the Pennsylvania Department of Natural Resources and Monroe County, visitors are allowed to visit this beautiful waterfall.
Resica Falls road
Stroudsburg, PA 18301
Two Adventures, One Price!
The Schisler Museum and McMunn Planetarium are the only science center in the Pocono Mountains region where you can explore nature and space all under one roof!
Admission includes full-day access to both the museum and planetarium.
Normal Street and Ransberry Avenue
East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
Silverback Distillery is the only mother-daughter distilling duo in the nation crafting high quality, award-winning spirits.
From the refreshing, citrus-forward Strange Monkey Gin to real honey-liqueur infused Blackback Rye Whiskey to the "ultimate butterscotch bomb" Blackback Bourbon, Silverback Distillery strives to produce distinct, flavorful spirits from a unique mix of local grains, mountain water and good ol' American craft(woman)ship.
With production facilities and tasting rooms in both the Pocono region of Pennsylvania and in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Silverback offers a unique visitor experience. From mini cocktail flights, barrel smoked cocktails, or whiskey served neat, however you fancy your tasting, our distillery offers a chest-thumping good time.
132 Airstrip Road East
Stroudsburg, PA 18301
Frank Frazetta, born on the 9th day of February, 1928, in Brooklyn, New York, discovered the wonders of drawing at a very young age. Throughout his lifetime, he had created some of the most iconic pieces of fantasy art and continues to inspire people even today.
Frazetta Art Museum
141 Museum Lane
EAST STROUDSBURG, PA 18301
Well kept park with a lot to offer, including an awesome 18 hole disc golf course with a warm-up area and practice basket.
Walking, hiking and biking trails.
Park runs along Brodhead Creek and offer areas for fishing and cooling off in the water.
Portable toilets in the parking lot near the entrance to the park.
Off-street parking area.
For picnickers or day-trippers convenience, there is a convenience store a block down the road called M&S Country Store.
Great place to grab breakfast or lunch or drinks if you're disc golfing or fishing etc...
**There may be a use fee during certain periods throughout the year**
Stokes Mill Road
EAST STROUDSBURG, PA 18301
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