Did you know?

  • The word "Pocono" is a Native American word meaning "stream between two mountains"
  • 150 lakes and 170 miles of river make up the Poconos area.
  • There are over 170 ski trails in the area.
  • Dingmans Creek consists of two waterfalls (Dingmans and Silver Thread Falls) that together, have a larger drop than Niagara Falls.
  • In the winter, Lake Wallenpaupack, a man-made lake that covers 5,700 acres, is transformed into a unique frozen golf course.

Welcome to
Pocono Mountains

Where to Stay

Boulder Lake Village

320 Hummingbird Way
Lake Harmony, PA
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Mid Lake at Big Boulder

Pine Point Drive
Lake Harmony, PA
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Northridge at Camelback

145 Pine Court
Tannersville, PA
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Snow Ridge Village

Jack Frost Mountain Rd
Blakeslee, PA
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Woodfield Manor

472 Red Rock Road
Cresco, PA
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Woodfield Manor VIP

472 Swiftwater Road
Cresco, PA
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"You never know what you will find in the Poconos."
- Jeremy T., client since 2013


  • Pocono Winterfest Beerfest

    Pocono Winterfest Beerfest

    Visit the Sherman Theatre and attend this event to celebrate the winter season. There are over 75 taps of beer for you to enjoy along with live music and food. You will get a complimentary souvenir tasting glass with your ticket purchase.
  • Pennsylvania Blues Festival

    Pennsylvania Blues Festival

    Attend this award-winning festival as you enjoy some of the best blues performers including Contemporary and Traditional Blues, Soul, Gospel and New Orleans Themed musical performances.
  • Pocono State Craft Festival

    Pocono State Craft Festival

    Visit Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm for this annual craft festival. Spend a day shopping for jewelry, clothing, pottery, basketry and more. In between shopping for your souvenirs, enjoy craft demonstrations, musical entertainment and food.
  • Wayne County Fair

    Wayne County Fair

    Be a part of this annual tradition when you go to the Wayne County Fair. This fun event features entertainment for the whole family with rides, games, food, farm animals, thrill shows and more. Pay one price per person to gain access to all of the entertainment that this event has to offer.
  • Fall Foliage Weekends

    Fall Foliage Weekends

    Take in the beauty of the autumn season with a weekend in Jim Thorpe. These October events feature a craft fair, food, live music, historic tours, shows and more. The prime location near shops and restaurants allow you to make a day of exploration in this unique town.
  • Olde Time Christmas

    Olde Time Christmas

    Celebrate the festive season in December with plenty to do to get you into the holiday spirit. Take a train ride with Santa, listen to carolers and musicians, participate in a gingerbread contest or just take in the lights and decorations that Jim Thorpe offers.

"The Poconos were so much fun!"
- Jeremy T., client since 2013

Places to Go

  • Golfing


    Hit the links at one of the more than 30 golf courses that the Poconos Mountains offers golfers. Golf courses such as Great Bear Golf Club or Skytop Lodge Golf Course are the perfect place to test your skills while enjoying the gorgeous, picturesque scenery. There are also a number of mini-golf courses in the area for those interested.
  • Hiking


    Explore the 2,400 square miles of the Pocono Mountains as you hike the area. Hike part of the famous Appalachian Trail which extends between Georgia and Maine or visit one of the many State Parks of Pennsylvania. One option is the Delaware Water Gap, which is a 70,000-acre park that features a 1000-foot-deep Water Gap. No matter what area you choose to hike, you're sure to be awe-struck by the natural beauty.
  • Historic Jim Thorpe

    Historic Jim Thorpe

    Get lost for the day in a unique small town experience. Visit historical sites at this town known for its coal-mining history. Take a train through the mountains, explore local shops, or dine in specialty restaurants as you enjoy the old-time charm of this destination.
  • Bushkill Falls

    Bushkill Falls

    Discover the beauty of nature as you visit the "Niagara of Pennsylvania." Bushkill Falls not only consists of a series of eight waterfalls, but it is a popular outdoor destination filled with hiking trails, fishing, and boating. Admire the beauty of one of its natural 100-foot waterfalls and enjoy the fresh air.
  • Pocono Raceway

    Pocono Raceway

    Prepare for a thrilling time at this racetrack that was created in 1971. Also known as the "Tricky Triangle", the venue hosts two NASCAR Spring Cup events, an IndyCar race, two ARCA racing events and more. Looking for a more low-key event? Attend one of the smaller races or community events. Fun fact: This raceway is the largest solar-powered sports facility in the world.
  • Skiing


    Ski your way down the slopes at one of the many ski resorts of the Poconos. From Camelback Mountain to Jack Frost Mountain, the hardest part will be deciding which one you want to go to with so many choices nearby. Everything from the beginner slopes to the double black diamond trails await you!

"Lots of hiking, swimming and exploring at Hickory Run State Park, which is right around the corner."
- Jeremy T., client since 2013


The closest major airport to the Pocono Mountains is Lehigh Valley International Airport (LVI), which is located about 58 miles from the area. We suggest that you get a rental car at the airport since most of the attractions are spread out in this mountainous destination. It is also recommended since there is not a lot of public transportation in the Pocono Mountains. There are a few small taxi services, but they are generally only in large cities like Scranton, Stroudsburg and Wilkes-Barre.

Take a Day Trip

Drive to Stroudsburg PA 20 Minutes
Drive to Scranton PA 32 Minutes
Drive to Allentown PA 54 Minutes
Drive to Wilkes-Barre PA 48 Minutes
Drive to New York City NY 2 Hours
Drive to Philadelphia PA 2 Hours

"While staying in the Poconos, we were able to swim, play tennis, boat, paddle board and enjoy the view."
- Timothy L., client since 2008