- 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.Storefront Italian deli. Hot and cold heroes, chicken cutlet, meatballs, cannoli, cookies. Beer to go.July Saturday evening concerts outdoors in a natural amphitheater. All sorts of music including Broadway, classical, bluegrass. Bring your own chairs and a picnic. Ticketed event.Girls and boys enjoy separate activities during the day, while still being together as a family for meals and many evening programs. Friendly campers, caring staff.Basic supermarket with prepared foods, bakery, pharmacy, sushi, beer. In-store cafe.Historic brick warehouse. Industrial roots, modern fixtures. Cathedral-style ceilings, open beams, exposed brick on the Lackawaxen River.Friendly family-owned diner-stye restaurant. Try a homemade Italian sausage sandwich or an order of pork chops. Bar in the back room.Darling hometown cafe, omelets for breakfast, homemade soups, sandwiches, burgers. Don’t forget the pie.Hayes is a Sure-Save supermarket with prepared foods, cafe, deli, and bakery. Selection of meats smoked on-premises.Self-service store on working dairy farm specializing in on-farm sales of raw milk, pastured Angus X beef, pork, pastured chicken, eggs, and seasonal produce. Non-GMO.560-acres, private spring-fed lake for 7 to 17-year-old campers. Arts, athletics, water sports, heated outdoor pool. Adventure, arts, gourmet food.Boating, fishing, swimming, and nature paradise located on Keen Lake. RV, tent, and pop-up camping sites, including lakeside.10 guest room lodge just 4 miles from the Delaware River. All-seasons outdoor activities. LGBT friendly.General store with breakfast/lunch counter. Homemade breakfast, bread, soups, daily lunch specials. Coffee bar and tons of freshly baked items.A Premier Akwaaba Inn. Luxury hotel in 1903 Woolworth mansion on 22-acre estate. 14 luxurious rooms, indoor heated pool. Popular destination wedding site.Campgrounds and cottages are the places to stay in wild and wooly Wayne County. Lakes and forests abound, and farm stands dot the countryside. It’s heavenly.Der Jaeger Unique arts is packed full of antiques, artwork, fine porcelain, collectibles, WWII German military items.Beautiful 600-acre wildlife sanctuary. 5 miles of well-maintained hiking trails for all ability levels. Cross-country-skiing.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.Girls sleepaway camp for campers ages 7-16, with 80 staff members from across the U.S. and around the world.French breakfast and lunch restaurant. Croissants, pastries, waffles. Daily lunch specials. Fresh, organic food. Can’t Make It to Paris? Eat at Branko’s.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.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.Bring the kids to this 1870 schoolhouse to look at a day at school with eight grades taught by one teacher. Call for hours.Deli, natural foods market with salads, wraps, soups and daily specials All items homemade with local meat and produce. Eat-in or take-out.Friendly hometown restaurant serves pizza, pasta, sandwiches, daily specials. Soups, salads, burgers. Desserts made fresh daily.Low-key lakeside campground just 6 miles from Honesdale and 15 miles from Lake Wallenpaupack. Cabins, RV and tent sites, tent rentals. Lots of amenities, pet-friendly.Coffee, baked good, soft-serve and hard ice cream. Sometimes they serve breakfast and lunch, but call first. Seasonal.Curated vintage clothing from the 1920s-90s, antiques, vinyl in downtown Honesdale on 1008 Main Street in Union Alley .Handmade botanical products made from homegrown herbs. Botanical soaps, salves, European style herbal tea blends. Tea and organic baked goods on the stone patio.Classic diner fare and Neapolitan pizza. Burgers, hoagies, heroes, subs, sandwiches, calzones, and stromboli. Breakfast all day.Co-ed sleepaway camp for ages 6 to 16, in business since 1957. 350-acre estate, private Lake Cayuga. Outdoor activities and skills.Opened in July 2021. Food menu includes sandwiches, burgers, wings, and traditional Irish fare, including fish and chips.Papa’s Ice Cream Cottage sells cones, flurries, milkshakes, Italian ices, and sundaes. Delicious strawberry shakes and very pleasant servers. Kid’s milkshakes for the littles.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.High-end co-ed summer camp, sports and arts since 1947. Waterfront program, Creativity Center. Encouraging artists and athletes.Co-ed sleep-away camp serving boys and girls ages 6-15 since 1957. Over 65 activities, Delaware River trips.Historic farmhouse on 5 acres.Stocked fishing, boating, swimming pond w/ sand beach. Easily accessible, wonderfully quiet.Soft-serve cones, shakes, frozen yogurt, dairy-free options. Fast-food menu includes hot dogs and french fries. Sundaes for dogs.Tent/RV sites on spring-fed lake. Full hook-up, cottages, rooms. Homemade meals on weekends, 2 dance halls, laundry, game room, boat rentals, camp store.Roadside offers seafood, steaks, chops. Bar menu of burgers, wings, chili. Fireplace, TV, booths. Kid-friendly. In the middle of nowhere. Bring a navigator.Selection of gifts, kitchen/ barware, gourmet food, specialty bitters, men’s clothing, baby/kid’s gifts in Maude Alley.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.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.Upscale Lock 31 Outfitters is inspired by the mountains, rivers, and forests of the community of Honesdale. Clothing, shoes, sunglasses.Casual fine dining, sophisticated New American. Menu focuses on high-quality from local farmers and artisans. Lovely decor and great service.Quirky hotel built in 1827. Understated rooms offer Wi-Fi and cable TV. Suites add 1 or 2 bedrooms; upgraded suites provide kitchens.See real chocolate production happening onsite and sip delicious drinks, taste chocolate, and enjoy baked goods in the roastery’s cafe.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.2020 © Go Pogo Inc. All Rights Reserved.