Duration: Two days and two nights
Becoming one with nature, getting your cardio – it’s all just that much more pleasant in Upstate PA, where the outdoors is your instant friend. Whatever your mode of climb, be it boot or bike, many of the trails are near the water, with tons of between-trail activities like swimming and fishing. You’ll also discover plenty of peaceful country inns and resorts, scenic byways, pristine rivers and creeks, historical sites and a rich diversity of restaurants that make this an ideal place for a memorable vacation. It’s easy to extend this two-day road trip into something longer.
This restaurant offers a comfortable and casual atmosphere for a romantic dinner or a gathering of friends and family. Seasonal menus offer innovative regional Pennsylvania cuisine prepared with the healthiest local ingredients.Read More >
The Chop House has a patio that overlooks your new favorite body of water, Lake Wallenpaupack. Enjoy the casual atmosphere of this American menu, including steaks, seafood, salads and sandwiches.Read More >
This bed and breakfast provides the perfect atmosphere to relax and unwind after a long day on the trails. Here you can discover the simple treasures, like a stroll through their color herb gardens, a glass of wine on their terrace or just meander on the banks of the Lackawaxen River, located on the Inn’s grounds.Read More >
Outdoor eating, spacious decks and great food in the heart of the Pocono Mountains makes this the perfect place to grab a bite to eat after a long day of hiking or biking. Try the New York Strip Steak as all their meats are hand selected, seasoned and fired on the grill. We recommend the béarnaise sauce.Read More >
Pocono Environmental Education Center
Drop in and let Mother Nature teach you a thing or two. The Pocono Environmental Education Center gives you a hands-on learning experience in an outdoor classroom. Stop by for everything from lessons in animal tracking to quilting classes.
Pocono Indian Museum
The year is 10,500 B.C., give or take a few centuries, and the Delaware Indian tribe was thriving in the Northeastern Pennsylvania area. This museum takes you on a journey through their history from their beginnings to the tribe’s near-extinction by European settlers, and their influence during the American Revolution.
Water Gap Trolley
Take a break from the road, kick your feet up, and let these expert tour guides chauffeur you through the Delaware Water Gap. These guys will teach you about the Native tribes who first inhabited the region as well as the early American settlers.