- Villages offer a diner, a deli, fine dining, and a prepared foods store. Choose from a taphouse, country inn, or down-home joint.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.400 acres of vernal pools, pristine streams, and rhododendron thickets in beautiful Barrett Township. Good for hiking and fishing.Pure nature, untouched, and wild. The Brodhead Creek, renowned for trout fishing, runs through it. Great for fishing and hiking from October through June.Casual fine dining, old-fashioned family-run restaurant. Traditional Italian menu. Bar menu, kids’ menu. $$$$Barrett Township is a paradise of streams, forests, and winding country roads. It’s the place for the true nature lover’s country vacation.If kitschy heart-shaped bathtubs, round beds, mirrors everywhere, and neon-colored cocktails are your thing, it’s campy good fun. Good luck.Roomy, spacious shop selling Primitives, furniture, vintage jewelry, Mid-Century Modern, lighting, advertising pieces, more.Country deli/restaurant in gorgeous old farmhouse. Homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, pastries made every morning at 4 am. Daily specials.Devil’s Hole Trail is a 3.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail that features beautiful wildflowers. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking. Best used from April until October.Friendly, enjoyable trail rides on a winding path through the woods. Great for kids. Wagon rides, barnyard with animals.The Villages of Barrett Township: an amalgamation of Canadensis, Mountainhome, Cresco, Skytop, and Buck Hill Falls, all in a six-mile line.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.Charming country inn since 1947. Cottages and rooms in main lodge. Restaurant on premises. Free breakfast, WiFi, outdoor pool.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.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.Packed to the rafters with antiques and vintage Americana. Hours vary, call ahead to make sure they’re open.2020 © Go Pogo Inc. All Rights Reserved.