- Urban chic decor. Fried rice, curries, noodles, and ramen, and pho. Thai coffee, bubble tea. Family-owned, family-friendly.The Pocono Indian Museum is dedicated to the history of the Delaware River Tribe know as the Lenape. Recorded audio tour guide, gift shop.Old-school campground, RV/tent. Unplug and unwind. Family-friendly, peaceful getaway. Take advantage of local nature adventures, or just cocoon and be happy where you are.Latin home-style cooking and Colombian baked goods. Empanadas, guava bread, oxtail, seafood, Colombian coffee. Small, affordable, very good.Cute breakfast/lunch restaurant. Eggs, pancakes, country-fried steak, biscuits & gravy, Eggs Benedict, scrapple, corned beef hash. Club sandwiches, wings, burgers. Great prices.Local family-owned and operated ice cream parlor. Soft-serve yogurt, frozen yogurt, Italian ices, and slushies. Homemade waffle cones. Excellent.Nicely appointed, comfortable hibachi/sushi restaurant in the Pocono Plaza shopping center. Japanese, Chinese, and Thai food. Reasonable prices, casual, fun.Snowtubing on small hill in winter. Water tubing in summer. Visitors report not enough blue water to make it all way to the blue bottom. Better in winter.On the corner of a strip mall is an unassuming storefront housing a terrific little restaurant. Mexican and Spanish food made to order, friendly service. BYOB.Family bowling lane. Rock & Bowl Fri/Sat night, Rent-A-Lane specials. Starburst Laser Light show and 3 15-foot video screens with surround sound. Snack bar, video arcade, pool tables.Grassy or wooded level pull-through sites for tents/ RVs. Patio sites, cabins in a range of styles from basic to quite luxurious. Near DWG Nat’l Rec Area. Dog park, WiFi.All kinds of grilled cheese sandwiches, including jerk chicken and pastrami. Vegan grilled sandwiches, too. Homemade soups and salads.Tasting room in production facility where you can enjoy mini cocktail flights, barrel smoked cocktails, or whiskey served neat. Friendly staff, 2 bars.Sweet spot located hard on the railroad tracks just outside of town. Verrrry friendly to locals and tourists alike, with cold beer and homemade food. Highly recommended.5-week co-ed sleepaway camp. Sports, adventure, arts, waterfront, performing arts, arts & crafts. Facilities are extensive. Campers stay in fully-equipped cabins.1880 summer boarding home now a B&B on 14 acres at the Tannersville Cranberry Bog Preserve. Soaking tubs, gas fireplaces, WiFi, breakfast, all-day snacks and drinks.It’s all about the view. Just north of the town of Delaware Water Gap. Great for picnicking. For swimming, good for a quick dip. Pavilion, restrooms, boat launch. Access to McDade Trail.Home to the works of legendary fantasy artist Frank Frazetta. Open Thurs-Sun, 10 am – 4 pm. Call for winter hours.Cabins, RV/tent sites, big-rig friendly, full-hookup. Emphasis on peace and quiet. Outdoor pool, playground, general store, laundry. Free access to amenities at Timothy Lake North.Sue’s is a sweet new Thai restaurant in a converted old diner serving fresh, expertly prepared homemade food. Friendly service.Northern Italian cuisine, brick oven pizza, burgers, sandwiches. Steak, Osso Bucco, fish, shellfish. Extensive wine list, emphasis on fresh, quality ingredients.Great Bear golf course restaurant in clubhouse open to the public. Covered patio overlooks the 18th hole. Nice dining room.Slope side seating, bring your own blankets and chairs. Gates at 7 pm, fireworks at dusk, around 9 pm. Food vendors on site. Parking charge per vehicle.Secluded sites for tents, cabins, and all types of RVs including big rigs. Well-maintained sites, tons of activities for kids, pet-friendly.Strip mall pizzeria known for giant slices. Beer to go. Subs, cheesesteaks, stromboli, calzone, pasta, and Italian entrees.Marshalls Creek pizzeria/Italian restaurant serving pizza, pasta, subs, salads, and appetizers. Gyros, too! Strip mall joint is spacious inside. Family-friendly, kids’ menu.Gay-owned and operated since 1981. Charming, comfortable, homey – think Dirty Dancing and kitschy Catskills of days gone by, and have the time of your life.32 beers on tap. Flat screens on sports. Live entertainment. Deck with fire-pit tables. Wings, burgers, veg wraps, cheesesteaks, steaks.Boat-in-only, one-night-only stays on the Delaware River for multi-day river trippers. Primitive, backcountry-style campsites accommodate up to 6 people each.Storefront pizza parlor since 1968. Authentic Italian, generous portions, good prices. It’s an old-school Italian restaurant as well a place for slices and pies to go.Wings, pizza, calzones, stromboli, quesadillas, loaded nachos, loaded fries, burgers, Bavarian pretzels. Overlooks the lake.Weekend festival in Sept. Bagpipes, step dancing, Irish bands. Irish food, Celtic Wizard magic show, face painting, petting zoo, dog herding exhibition.A 2-day fall event with 20 food trucks, art show, and art and sale. Live music, scenic chairlift ride. Free parking. 11 am ’til 5 pm.Home of the deep-fried hot dog. 100% all-beef w/ natural casing on potato bun. Cheesesteaks, wings, fries, sweet potato fries.Just a few miles north and east of Stroudsburg you’ll find Algerian, Mongolian, and Japanese food, some killer pizza, and a slew of casual bar/eateries.Tandem skydives or fun jumps. Spectator area and picnic area for watching, taking photos, or having a barbeque.Pizza made in a wood-fired oven and all the usual pizzeria suspects. There are meals for the kids, too. Alarmingly low prices. People say it’s truly NY style.Fun, noisy bar and grill in a chalet-shaped building with walls lined with deer heads. Steaks, seafood, burgers. Outdoor tiki bar, fire pit, lawn games.Seasonal, local, fresh ingredients for specials like Meyer lemon buttermilk pancakes, blackberry syrup. Quiches, soups, salads. Great baked goods. Breakfast and lunch.Large selection of regionals, imports, and craft beer. Lottery tickets, cigarettes, propane, open daily from 9:00 am ’til 9:00 pm.Big tavern-style restaurant in a rambling old building with three dining rooms and some great views. It’s a country restaurant with an old-fashioned menu.18-hole, par 71, 4,550 to 6,200-yards, three sets of tees. Tight layout, narrow fairways between rows of timeshares.Duplex 1/2 bedroom condo-style rentals built around Fernwood Golf Course. A strange place run by corporate timeshare Expedia Resorts. Visitors report it as dated, dirty, and run-down.Humble cafeteria-style eatery with a pickup counter serving really good fried or steamed fish and seafood. Take-out or eat in.Typical bar grub, including cheesesteaks, quesadillas, burgers, wings. Kids are welcome, pet friendly porch. Live music on weekends.3-screens, new & classic movies in an iconic movie theater. Concession stand has popcorn (with real butter!) candy, ice cream, baked goods, coffee. $Budget hotel with 108 rooms right off the highway. Rooms are clean, staff is friendly. There is a little restaurant and bar on the premises.32 miles point-to-point. The trail offers miles of easy to moderate hiking, thanks to its crushed gravel surface. Not crowded. Free weekend shuttle service.New American family-friendly dinner spot opened in late 2020 on the road to Bushkill. New American, dinner, brunch.