- Liver Pines Resort is a cabin located on seven secluded acres in Canadensis, located near Skytop Lodge.The mid-1880s Cresco Train Station has become a museum and a sort of shrine to this early United States form of transportation. Open Sunday afternoons, call first.Packed to the rafters with antiques and vintage Americana. Hours vary, call ahead to make sure they’re open.Beautiful panoramic views and wide trails that cut through the forest of West Mountain. Great for kids, beginners. Ski and snowboard rentals, lessons.Dining room in luxury resort hotel open to the public. Reservations suggested. Resort casual dress code. $$$$The Tap Room is a tavern reminiscent of an English pub. Great for burgers, flatbreads, and paninis. 8 draft beers, good cocktail list, wine by the glass.Roomy, spacious shop selling Primitives, furniture, vintage jewelry, Mid-Century Modern, lighting, advertising pieces, more.18-hole, par-72 course Golf Digest rated as one of the “Best Places to Play.” Golf Advisor users give it 4.9 stars. Wide, tree-lined fairways, small greens.Garden center offering personal service and advice. Seasonal merchandise and decorations spring through Christmas.Peaceful escape in a restored 1800s farmhouse on 6 wooded acres in beautiful Barrett. Continental breakfast, TV, close to golf, water sports, casino action.A rustic, boho chid venue for your destination wedding. Grounds provide a breathtaking backdrop for ceremony, reception, photographs.Jams, jellies, and maple syrup for sale are made here on the premises. Dutch Hill Preserves is a registered family-run maple syrup producer.Black Bear Lodge accommodates 10 guests in 4 bedrooms with 7 beds and 2 baths. Near Skytop Lodge, Camelback Resort, and more.The grand old resort has activities and events for all ages, and they make a special point to cater to the enjoyment of the youngest guests.Prepare to spend an entire afternoon browsing this well-appointed, neat, and jam-packed antiques and collectibles store.The Villages of Barrett Township: an amalgamation of Canadensis, Mountainhome, Cresco, Skytop, and Buck Hill Falls, all in a six-mile line.Perfect for a cocktail by the fire, or drinks with friends. Bookshelf-line walls, hundreds of framed photographs. Excellent cocktails.Reservations are strongly recommended at the restaurant at the lovely Frogtown Inn in Canadensis. New American casual fine dining.Pure nature, untouched, and wild. The Brodhead Creek, renowned for trout fishing, runs through it. Great for fishing and hiking from October through June.A a private oasis offering views of golf course and Skytop Lake. Inn King and Inn Double rooms have gas fireplaces, balconies. 2 restaurants at the Inn.Old-fashioned 8-lane bowling alley since the 1920s. Friendly staff, Murray MML 3000 lanes. Concession stand, arcade games.7-week co-ed sleep-away camp. Campers ages 7-16. Sports, outdoor adventure, art, music, STEM.Quaint country place in a historic building with outdoor deck. Drink specials, steak, salmon with crabmeat, burger, fried chicken sandwich.Charming country inn since 1947. Cottages and rooms in main lodge. Restaurant on premises. Free breakfast, WiFi, outdoor pool.Local supermarket, step up from a 7-11. Deli sandwiches, hot food bar. Has most basics, lottery, no beer. Closes at 7 p.m.Draft beer, live music, pool, sports TV, patio. Burgers, fries, wings, nachos, quesadillas. Kids’ menu, large tables, late-night food.Chapel in the Pines and Pavilion in the Pines are part of Tall Timber and make your dream barn wedding in the woods beautiful.Beautiful Pocono Mountain fish hatchery. Fish and pay for what you catch, all equipment provided, no license necessary. Picnic tables and snack bar. Inexpensive. Great for kids.Cozy log cabin. Semi-private yard, fireplaces, hot tub, grills, hammock. Perfect getaway surrounded by nature.Little pizza place in beautiful Mountainhome. Pizza and subs since 1946. Beer to-go down the block.On Rt 390 in the middle of the tiny town of Mountainhome. Open for dinner with fairly mediocre Italian food. Full bar, takeout available.400 acres of vernal pools, pristine streams, and rhododendron thickets in beautiful Barrett Township. Good for hiking and fishing.120-year-old premier vacation home community with golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts, championship bowling greens, and miles of trails.Founded in 1952 by 19-year-old newlyweds, Harry and Carol Callie, now operated by the next generation. Super friendly small-town vibe. Classics made on the premises.Storybook wedding packages include 4-hour open bar, customized wedding cake, champagne toast, overnight stay for the couple.Barrett Township is a paradise of streams, forests, and winding country roads. It’s the place for the true nature lover’s country vacation.Upscale restaurant overlooks the lake and golf course. Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. Deck with a beautiful view. Kids’ menu.Rustic wooden cottages surrounded by forest, wrapped around a mountain stream. Outdoor pool, fireplaces, playground.Victorian-inspired gallery with work of artist June Ponte, winner of Saturday Visiter Edgar Allan Poe Award.Combo diner and deli. Breakfast and lunch, take-out, everything homemade daily, including pies and baked goods.Log & stone cottage with 4 bedroom, 4 full baths, fireplaces, large screened-in porch, stone carport in Lower Cottage Colony. $559,000The Nothstein Preserve in Cresco spans 150 acres of pristine Pocono forests, crystal-clear streams, and a plunging gorge with 3.4 miles of trailsPrivately owned, public-use airport located two nautical miles north of the central business district of Canadensis in Barrett Township.Butter Bistro at Frogtown Inn offers Butter’s Beverage Garden with BBQ, beverages, and bocce in the summertime.Locally grown lavender, herbs, and hops. Enchanted Fairy Forest for the little ones. Special days in July and August are offered for you to pick your own lavender.Intimate weddings, up to 50 guests. The inn itself can accommodate 25 guests for a destination wedding. Gazebo and garden area.1912 church in tiny mountain town. Garden ceremony site, cocktail area. Indoor reception hall with stunning archways and lush greenery.Country deli/restaurant in gorgeous old farmhouse. Homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, pastries made every morning at 4 am. Daily specials.The preserve is home to 3.4 miles of trails. The single-track hiking trails form four different loops, which offer a challenging, yet rewarding trek along the ravine.2020 © Go Pogo Inc. All Rights Reserved.