- Storefront on Main Street serves bread, galettes, scones, cakes, cookies, pies. Menu varies as each of these items is made daily. Gluten-free options.560-acres, private spring-fed lake for 7 to 17-year-old campers. Arts, athletics, water sports, heated outdoor pool. Adventure, arts, gourmet food, yoga.On the creek. Queen memory foam bed, waterside hammock, fire pit, grill, hiking, biking. 5 minutes to Honesdale.Pop-up Indian restaurant serving fresh food from a Tandoor oven. Monthly late-week lunch service. Takeout only!Friendly family-owned diner-stye restaurant. Try a homemade Italian sausage sandwich or an order of pork chops. Bar in the back room.Tavern, bar, lounge, whatever they call it, it’s a sweet old dive bar with cheap brews and good food on Main Street in Honesdale.On the Delaware River. Sleeps 6 in three bedrooms. Full kitchen, deck on the river, close to the town of Narrowsburg.This is a big barn of a bar with food, great outdoor seating, and Western-style decor. The landscaping is gorgeous and the service is known for being terrible.Classic watering hole at Lakewood Lodge. Good food, great staff. Def a fave of outdoor activity enthusiasts.Peaceful RV/tent sites in the Northern Pocono Mountains. Local wildlife. Full hookups, cable TV, fire rings, picnic tables. Patio sites have gas grills, patio tables, and fire features. Free WiFi.Water slides, wading pool, bumper boats, go-karts, mini-golf, kiddie kars, game room, snack bar. Inexpensive all-day pass for unlimited use of everything. Best for very young children.Curated vintage clothing from the 1920s-90s, antiques, vinyl in downtown Honesdale on 1008 Main Street in Union Alley .Family-owned artisanal bakery. European-style breads and pastries and traditional American pies, cookies, and cakes. Open to the public Sat 9-4pm.Gas and groceries. Stop in for made-to-order deli breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There’s a daily variety of freshly made salads and baked goods.Built in 1903 for the founders of F.W. Woolworth, this lush 22-acre estate makes the perfect spot for an elegant destination wedding.Busy little Italian place in the middle of nowhere. Old fashioned menu gets good reviews. Clams on the half shell, escargot, lobster, prime rib, surf and turf.Official historical society for Wayne County is a first-class museum and research library. See the history of the first steam locomotive to run on American soil.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.200 hundred-year-old Federal-style house, modern amenities. Gardens, WiFi. Close to restaurants, Prompton State Park, Elk Mountain.The farm stand of Riverside Farms. Small-batch ice cream, milk, butter, and eggs. Self-serve farm store open year-round. An ice-cream stand is open during the warmer months.They farm using only organic methods and offer locally grown produce, poultry, and pork. The staple product of the farm is maple syrup.Sweet little shop outside of Honesdale jammed with vintage collectibles. Jewelry, bakeware, dishware, art, much more.Bartenders, mobile trucks, serving staff, should you need professionals to provide table service to your guests, day-of-event coordination services, and rentals.Organically grown Delaware Highlands flowers for bouquets and arrangements for intimate dinner parties, tiny weddings, and editorial photo shoots.Casual, farm-to-fork dining. Meats, produce, and cheeses locally sourced. Seasonal menus. Signature cocktails, beer and wine lists.Basic dive bar that serves bar food, including wings, chicken and shrimp in the basket, Philly cheese steaks, hot dogs, burgers, and a meatball parm sandwich. Pool table, TV.Soft-serve cones, shakes, frozen yogurt, dairy-free options. Fast-food menu includes hot dogs and french fries. Sundaes for dogs.Traditional co-ed 7-week sleepaway camp for campers aged 6-17 since 1923. Art, drama, athletics, and adventure.10 guest room lodge just 4 miles from the Delaware River. All-seasons outdoor activities. LGBT friendly.Brewery dining room with gastropub fare and craft cocktails. Pizza, tacos, soups, salads, desserts, and snacks. Flights, pints, and growlers to go.Coffee shop, roaster, espresso bar. Coffee beans roasted on-site. Milk and cream from local farmers. Pastries include gluten-free.Super cheap movie theatre in a mall offering first-run films. Sodas come with unlimited refills. Staff is friendly and helpful.High-end co-ed summer camp, sports and arts since 1947. Waterfront program, Creativity Center. Encouraging artists and athletes.Co-ed sleepaway camp for 375 campers ages 7-15. Sports, robotics, dance, arts. 3, 4, or 7-week options. Modern facilities.Well, this place is interesting, to say the least. It’s an antique shop and an Eastern European restaurant that serves BBQ and has 3 tables. Strudel, schnitzel, and BBQ.8 room bed and breakfast situated on 14 acres of scenic countryside land. 10 miles from Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Bring Fido!400 acres, 2, 3, 4, and 7-week options for boy/ girls entering grades 3 – 11. Arts, athletics, aquatics, and outdoor adventure infused with history and culture of the Jewish people.9 acres of beautiful Pocono woodlands. Includes a one-night stay in The Tree House for the wedding couple.Hayes is a Sure-Save supermarket with prepared foods, cafe, deli, and bakery. Selection of meats smoked on-premises.Three miles of publicly accessible walking trails through the woods and wildflower meadows, along with two ponds, wetlands, and a tributary to Beach Lake Creek.Boating, fishing, swimming, and nature paradise located on Keen Lake. RV, tent, and pop-up camping sites, including lakeside.Vintage dirty-dancing style cabin resort on private lake perfect for family and friends. One 12 bedroom building, 8 private 2 bedroom cottages.A Premier Akwaaba Inn. Luxury hotel in 1903 Woolworth mansion on 22-acre estate. 14 luxurious rooms, indoor heated pool. Popular destination wedding site.Say “I do” at a 19th-century Civil War-era farm. The stunning 50-acre flower farm has rolling hills, open pastures, and lush gardens.Tyer Hill Camp is set on 220-acres and features 2 large private lakes, a heated pool, athletic facilities, a professional nine-hole golf course, and 12 championship tennis courts.Lords Valley Deli serves breakfast and lunch. Eat-in or take out. Newspapers and beer to go. 12 miles from Milford.Brick oven pizzas, very good artisanal gelato, house made pastries, Italian entrees, soups and sandwiches.Sat market. Produce, meats, eggs, baked goods, all locally grown/produced. Honey and maple products, hanging baskets, plants.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 grades2020 © Go Pogo Inc. All Rights Reserved.