- A treasure trove of antique and vintage items. Explore over 3,000 square feet of store space for the new merchandise they bring in every day.Casual, rustic-style at Lake Wanoka Resort. Wings, burgers, sandwiches, dinner entrees. Play area for the kids. Outdoor dining.Scenic tours on an old-fashioned 25-mile train ride from the birthplace of the American railroad. Restored vintage cars, friendly conductors. Themed tours, fall foliage tours.Tiny breakfast restaurant in the middle of nowhere serves gorgeous homemade pies and gigantic beautiful pancakes. Get there early on a weekend. If you want one of their pies, call a few days in advance.Free music festival held in Honesdale’s Central Park in June. Live music includes both local and nationally known acts. Artists’ row, food vendors, kids’ area. Free parking. Laid back, family-friendly.Dave’s Super Duper is Honesdale’s hometown grocery store. Small, basic grocery setup. Family-owned and friendly. Dave’s Beer Store is attached.d.10 guest room lodge just 4 miles from the Delaware River. All-seasons outdoor activities. LGBT friendly.State park. Three miles of trails cross forests, wetlands, and fields. 420 acres of land. Fishing, hiking, birding, wildlife watching.Lake Bryn Mawr Camp is one of the oldest traditional all-girls sleepaway summer camps in North America, established in 1921 for girls from 2nd to 10th grades8 room bed and breakfast situated on 14 acres of scenic countryside land. 10 miles from Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Bring Fido!Espresso bar and roastery. Each location of Black & Brass roasts its own beans for serving. The spectacular waterfall behind the shop is essentially the backyard of the business.Honesdale habituée Washington Irving slept here. Birthplace of the American railroad. Homestead of Dwight Shute of The Office. Great restaurants and a state park. Beautiful.Small and friendly hometown restaurant serving pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and daily specials. They’ve got soups, salads, burgers. Desserts made fresh daily.Pizza parlor with Italian dinners, pasta, seafood, burgers, heroes, and pizza. Take out or eat in.Quaint and adorable cottages in a cool lakeside pine grove with backdrop of gorgeous 135-acre spring-fed Beach Lake.Coffee, baked good, soft-serve and hard ice cream. Sometimes they serve breakfast and lunch, but call first. Seasonal.Sweet storefront on Main Street serving bread, galettes, scones, cakes, cookies, and pies. Each of the items varies as they’re made daily. Gluten free options, too!Co-ed sleepaway camp since 1953. Emphasis on sports, adventure, and water sports on their beautiful lake. Theater, dance studio, photography studio, sports facilities, more.Roadside offers seafood, steaks, chops. Bar menu of burgers, wings, chili. Fireplace, TV, booths. Kid-friendly. In the middle of nowhere. Bring a navigator.Fun home goods and gifts shop located in Maude Alley, a cluster of 19th-century buildings housing 7 unique shops around a lovely garden patio.Storefront Italian deli. Hot and cold heroes, chicken cutlet, meatballs, cannoli, cookies. Beer to go.200 hundred-year-old Federal-style house, modern amenities. Gardens, WiFi, farm-to-table breakfast. Close to restaurants, Prompton State Park, Elk Mountain.Bar and eatery inside the brewery warehouse. Fish and chips, burgers, wings. Beer flights, pints, growlers to go.Historic 1815 home in the beautiful village of Bethany. 3 guest rooms and a separate tiny house next door. Breakfast included.Old-time country setting perfect for vacations/gatherings for family and friends. One 12 bedroom building, 8 private 2 bedroom cottages. Private lake.Cheap, fast, fresh, food until midnight, 7 days a week. Cheesesteaks, burgers, 16 styles of grilled dogs, baskets, and fries.Co-ed sleepaway camp for 375 campers ages 7-15. 3,4, or 7-week options. Sports, robotics, dance, arts. Modern facilities.Fresh produce, baked goods, ice cream, local honey, hanging baskets, potted flowers.A “boutique mini-department store” with 4000 square feet of unique merchandise. Women’s and children’s clothes, glassware, art prints, incense, chess, checkers, more.Deli and natural foods market with salads, wraps, and soups along with daily specials All items are homemade and prepared with local meat and produce. Eat-in or take-out.Espresso bar and cafe. Lattes, freshly roasted hot-brewed coffee, and of course, grab your favorite blend off the shelves.High-end co-ed summer camp, sports and arts since 1947. Waterfront program, Creativity Center. Encouraging artists and athletes.Gas and groceries. Stop in for made-to-order breakfast or lunch sandwiches. There’s a daily variety of freshly made salads and baked goods.Bagel and coffee, breakfast, sandwiches to go, lunch to stay or to go. Farm to table, great baked goods. Daily 6 am – 2 pm, closes noon on Sundays.Brewery dining room with gastropub fare and craft cocktails. Pizza, tacos, soups, salads, desserts, and snacks. Flights, pints, and growlers to go.Your mountain getaway wedding weekend can be intimate or one with as many as 250 guests. You can choose to hold it on the golf course or lakeside.560-acres, private spring-fed lake for 7 to 17-year-old campers. Arts, athletics, water sports, heated outdoor pool. Adventure, arts, gourmet food.Family-owned artisanal bakery. European-style breads and pastries and traditional American pies, cookies, and cakes. Open to the public Sat 9-4pm.Old-fashioned week-long county fair held in the beginning of August. Rides, games, shows, exhibits, animals, food. One-price admission includes most grandstand shows, rides, and parking.Boating, fishing, swimming, and nature paradise located on Keen Lake. RV, tent, and pop-up camping sites, including lakeside.Historic small-town brick warehouse. Industrial roots, modern fixtures. Cathedral-style ceilings, open beams, exposed brick on the Lackawaxen River.Local bar with draft beer & eats. Burgers, fries, wings, nachos, soft pretzels, sandwiches, Everything house-made. Friendly warm vibe.New and used/consignment bikes, kayaks, canoes, car racks, snowshoes, and outdoor gear. Bike repair. 2 locations in Honesdale and Hawley. Bike rides, tours, and trails.Sweet little shop just outside of Honesdale jammed with very well-arranged vintage collectibles. Vintage jewelry, bakeware, dishware, art, and much more.Say “I do” at a 19th-century Civil War-era farm. The stunning 50-acre property of rolling hills, open pastures, and lush gardens is the backdrop.French breakfast and lunch restaurant. Croissants, pastries, waffles. Daily lunch specials. Fresh, organic food. Can’t Make It to Paris? Eat at Branko’s.They farm using only organic methods and offer locally grown produce, poultry, and pork. The staple product of the farm is maple syrup.See real chocolate production happening onsite and sip delicious drinks, taste chocolate, and enjoy baked goods in the roastery’s cafe.Super cheap movie theatre in a mall offering first-run films. Sodas come with unlimited refills. Staff is friendly and helpful.