- Over 6,000 acres along the Kittatinny Ridge. Hiking, boat launch. RV-Tent and group camping with fire rings and picnic tables.46 homemade ice cream flavors on-site, from May to October, since 1983. ice cream, Italian ice, sorbet, soft-serve, and waffle cones.Research, education, preservation. 52-acre Lake Lacawac is a glacial lake preserved in almost pristine condition. Hiking on 8 trails, boreal bog, ponds, streams. Open to the public.300 acres, including 8 waterfalls and more than 2 miles of hiking trails, bridges, and walkways. Picnicking and grilling area, paddle boats, mini-golf, fishing.10 guest room lodge just 4 miles from the Delaware River. All-seasons outdoor activities. LGBT friendly.5-star hotel in a historic building in the heart of Milford. Luxurious, sophisticated, haute hideaway. Tons of amenities. Really special place with the vibe of the big city in the DWGNRA.32 miles point-to-point. The trail offers miles of easy to moderate hiking, thanks to its crushed gravel surface. Not crowded. Free weekend shuttle service.This peaceful 300-acre park of forest, meadows, and wetlands offers a picnic pavilion and well-marked, easy trails.Very good Thai food & cocktails. Large, comfortable dining room, outdoor deck with view for miles. Family friendly, pets allowed outdoors.Seasonal campground/boat launch since early 1900s. 70 acres on 130-acre Lake Henry. Camping, fishing, boating.Mount Wismer abuts 170-acres of Gravel Family Nature Preserve. Hardwood forest, open fields, hiking trails, a variety of wildflowers.Year-round hiking, fishing, swimming, boating, biking, picnicking, camping, ice skating. 2 lakes on 3,000 acres of forested land. Cabins, tent sites.Super pretty 1800s lake originally dammed to harvest ice. 223 acres, 5 miles from Pocono Pines. Hiking, boating, fishing. Really great.18 miles to Pocono Raceway, close to fishing and boating at Beltzville State Park. RV/tent sites. Don Laine campers are a conservative bunch.Clean and quiet with spacious rooms, convenient location. The breakfast selection includes waffles, pancakes, eggs, and sausage. Pet friendly, pool, game room.State park. Three miles of trails cross forests, wetlands, and fields. 420 acres of land. Fishing, hiking, birding, wildlife watching.40 miles + 60,000 acres of biking, hiking, fishing, camping, swimming, boating on the Delaware River in this jewel of the National Park System.Grassy or wooded level pull-through sites for tents/ RVs. Patio sites, cabins in a range of styles from basic to quite luxurious. Near DWG Nat’l Rec Area. Dog park, WiFi.A 575-acre private wooded retreat with a mile of Class A trout stream, hiking trails, wildlife. 75 miles from NYC, right near the charming historic village of Milford.Historic luxury on Paupack HIgh Falls. Room service, soaking tubs, TV, WiFi, concierge. Glass wine bar/ restaurant on-premises. Gracious service, recreational activities nearby.East Coast #1 by Travel and Leisure. Deck, patio, seating throughout the vineyard. Relaxing and elegant yet informal experience for hand-crafted small-batch wines.Ride in vintage coaches pulled by diesel engines. Narrated round-trips begin in Jim Thorpe and follow the Lehigh River over bridges and into the Lehigh Gorge State Park.Family-oriented RV campground 4 miles from Camelback. Outdoor pool, snack bar, 30/50 amp sites, cable TV, camp store, Wi-Fi.Spectacularly beautiful falls with a steep and narrow staircase from the parking lot down to the falls. 0.8 trail loop around numerous cascades and steep ledges (which are slippery).Monthly, weekly, weekend sites at the end of a long road of these beautiful 350-acres. Abundance of woods, ponds, wildlife. Well-spaced tent/primitive sites.Hiking, picnicking, fishing in season (with license). Popular spot for fly-fishing. Covered pavilion with picnic tables and BBQs.16,000-acre state park. 300 tent, trailer, RV sites, a few walk-in sites, camping cottages. Lake, hiking, trout fishing, waterfalls, streams. Apr – Dec.Log cabin-themed taproom of the Log Tavern brewery in beautiful Milford. Live music, food, IPAs, stouts, and wheat beers. Growlers to go.Almost 3,000 acres of hiking, biking, fishing, boating around the 950-acre Beltzville Lake. Picnic areas, pavilions, restrooms.On a picturesque motorized boat lake, with a beach and dock for swimming. Restaurants and bars within walking distance. Activities include 2 docks for swimming, fishing, and boating.160 sites, 18 wooded acres on the Delaware River. Tent/RV waterfront sites. 2 bathhouses, laundry, camp store. Great value. Crowded, noisy fun for the river trip/hiking gang.2 glacial lakes and 3,000 acres on the Pocono Plateau, surrounded by Delaware State Forest. Rustic RV, tent sites, and cabin rentals.150 RV sites, 4 cabins, and 10 lakefront tent sites located on 40-acre private Lake Moc-A-Tek, just a 7-minute drive from Lake Wallenpaupack. Fishing, rowboat rentals. Pet-friendly.Tents/ RVs. Full hookups, 60-acre lake, sandy beaches. Boating (no gas motors), swimming, bass fishing – no license fishing. 3 swimming areas, indoor/outdoor pools, 2 whirlpools, sauna.140 RV/tent forest campsites. Fire rings, grills, picnic tables. 26 sites have 50-amp electric/water. Lake trail loop, beach, boating, fishing, wildlife, birds. Budget-friendly.Family campground close to the town of Stroudsburg. Cabin, tent, pop-up trailer rentals, seasonal rentals. Full and partial hook-up sites. Group rates.Pure nature, untouched, and wild. The Brodhead Creek, renowned for trout fishing, runs through it. Great for fishing and hiking from October through June.Boat-in-only, one-night-only stays on the Delaware River for multi-day river trippers. Primitive, backcountry-style campsites accommodate up to 6 people each.Small, basic rooms and great hospitality. Local dive bar and restaurant used by outdoor fans who want to go outside and play. Free breakfast.Light-filled Arts and Crafts furnished quaint bungalow sleeps 8. Full kitchen, front and back porches, and parking garage. Short walk to Ledges Hotel and a short drive to Settlers Inn. In town, but minutes from nature.Family-oriented RV campground near Honesdale. Tent/ RV camping. Cabin and mobile home rentals available. Old-fashioned and not particularly up-to-date, but very nice.2,500 acres of woodlands and glacial wetlands, ancient marsh waters, in one of the state’s largest spruce forests. 2-mile trail, boardwalk system. Birding, hiking.Old-fashioned drive-up restaurant. Homemade ice cream, quick eats. Cones, sundaes, burgers, fries. Indoor/outdoor seating, playground.Guided and self-guided canoe, raft, kayak, trips on the Delaware River. Day trips, overnight river camping trips. Rentals.