Search Results for: promised land
- Year-round hiking, fishing, swimming, boating, biking, picnicking, camping, ice skating. 2 lakes on 3,000 acres of forested land. Cabins, tent sites.2 glacial lakes and 3,000 acres on the Pocono Plateau, surrounded by Delaware State Forest. Rustic RV, tent sites, and cabin rentals.Casual family-friendly restaurant/bar with sports tv, rustic atmosphere. Burgers, ribs, trout, specials. Kids menu.Promised Land State Park has a few joints close by. Try a little seafood restaurant/bar, a couple of great country diners, and a terrific food truck.Magnificent 3,000 acres on the Pocono Plateau that are 1,800 feet above sea level, surrounded by 12,000 acres of the Delaware State Forest.Lake store for Promised Land. Necessities, deli, tackle, camping supplies, ice cream, ice. Friendly folks, just a short hike from the park. Exactly what you need for where you are.Every Saturday from 10 am ’til 2 pm. Vendors will be offering homemade products and locally grown food. The concession stand serves breakfast and lunch.Low-fi low-budget motel and cottages. Very dated, but does the trick. Located on the edge of Promised Land State Park, and that’s why you go here.Experience the unspoiled wilderness of Promised Land State Park at the boutique Rex, 10-units of upscale luxury.Divey country bar, edge of Promised Land State Park. Cheesesteaks, burgers, wings. Beer to go, good WiFi for campsite people.Local 25-year-old bar and grill in Promised Land with average food. The beer is cold. Burgers, baskets, and hot and cold sandwiches.Friendly and uncrowded market with a bakery, a deli, and beer & wine. There’s a gas station next door. Best place for Promised Land State Park campers.Small late-summer 100-year-old week-long fair in Newfoundland. Food, contests, midway, live music, beer tent. Demolition derby, tractor pull, farm animals.Terrific food truck parked on Main Street in Newfoundland. Pizza, cheesesteaks, burgers, daily specials. Highly recommended.Breakfast/lunch spot in old hotel on a country road. Walls adorned with license plates, huge comfy wooden booths. Service is friendly.Tiny new brewery’s taproom. “We use local ingredients when able, support our neighbors, and brew beer that makes people dance.”All the areas by name so you can find the place you’re looking for, with the things you’re looking for. RV/tent, primitive, fishing, lakes, more. Come in and look!Ski, skate, snowboard, and toboggan. From the little ones and the family to a romantic weekend or a fun trip with a group of friends. Grab a bite at the snack bar or a brew at the tavern.As country as country gets. Be seated at a picnic table, wooden booth, table, or counter for breakfast, lunch, or dinner or get a cone to go from the dairy bar.This family-owned farm provides fresh vegetables and fruit as well as other locally sourced agricultural products.French Manor is a completely elegant experience, and no matter how many (or how few) guests you have, your wedding will be both intimate and spectacular.The restaurant of the French Manor Inn & Spa, open to the public, reservations required. French Nouvelle cuisine, 40-foot vaulted ceiling, two massive fireplaces. Jacket required, adults only.The Villages of Barrett Township: an amalgamation of Canadensis, Mountainhome, Cresco, Skytop, and Buck Hill Falls, all in a six-mile line.Timber frame home in Tanglewood Lakes Community. View of Lake Wallenpaupack, amenities of Silver Birches Inn. Sleeps 12.Casual, family-friendly restaurant. Extensive menu, salad bar, dessert bar. Breakfast all day, reasonable prices. Kids’ menu, outdoor deck.Mountaintop stone mansion built in the 1930s. Luxury accommodations, fine dining, and an upscale spa on the premises.The 1925 Paupack School has been reimagined into a unique getaway experience. The first loft-style living space, Mrs. Kroll’s Classroom, is perfect for couple or solo traveler.This competitive lakeside sleepaway camp for girls 7-16 has been one of the oldest and most storied camps in the Poconos since 1908. Grace Kelly slept here.Bright, clean, and comfy, directly on Lake Wallenpaupack. Cable TV, free breakfast. Great rates, great value, we recommend that you book early.Hawley on the Lackawaxen River is a tiny town on the northern end of Lake Wallenpaupack. This charming town offers lots of dining options and fun on the lake.Casual, mountain-style restaurant overlooks Lake Tanglwood at Paupack Hills Golf Course. Steaks, seafood, burgers, wings. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Live music.We’ve listed all of the areas by name so that you can find the places closest to you, with the things you’re looking for. Outdoor dining, hot dogs for the kids, fine dining for you. Come in and look!Luxury resorts, waterparks, and campgrounds for the whole family — outdoor adventures, bed and breakfasts, romantic spots, and more.Convenient location off Interstate 94, close to Lake Wallenpaupack and Hawley. Great for fishing, boating, at beautiful Lake Ariel.Barn and farm, hotel, warehouse, or lakefront, the Pocono Mountains will help you choose your perfect wedding destination. Celebrate your day in the beauty of nature in the mountains.2020 © Go Pogo Inc. All Rights Reserved.