Bruce Lake Natural Area is part of the Delaware State Forest with 2,900 acres of land and miles of trails. Egypt Meadow lake and Bruce Lake.
Provides a stunning vista above the Lehigh River Gorge near Mauch Jim Thorpe. It’s just a gorgeous view.
Designated Pennsylvania’s best trail in 2019 by Outside Magazine. 3 miles long and marked by bright orange blazes. Tumbling Waters waterfall.
Leads to the original railroad crossings in Big Pocono State Park. Fantastic view. Bikes, horses, skis, and snowshoes are permitted. Bring your dog!
Cool, shady, and dense with trees offering rich habitat for wildlife, passes over and under busy Route 80. Stepping stones over Cherry Creek, overlook of town at the top.
6.3 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail near Greentown. it’s wild and wooly and has tons of huge rocks and water. Rated as moderate. Hiking, running, nature trips year-round.
Mount Wismer abuts 170-acres of Gravel Family Nature Preserve. Hardwood forest, open fields, hiking trails. Great scenic view.
26 miles of uninterrupted rail trail runs through Lehigh Gorge State Park from White Haven to Glen Onoko. The entire length of Lehigh Gorge is ideal for walking or off-road biking.
Current information on activities, attractions, dining, and lodging options for the Big Lake and surrounding communities.
250-acre piece of land located right on the shores of Lake Wallenpaupack. This slice of natural Poconos paradise is one of the last areas on the lake that hasn’t been developed.