- Red, white, and rosé wines made at Big Creek’s family-owned, limited production vineyard. They serve cheese platters, wine by the glass, and seasonal cocktails.Whitewater rafting on the Lehigh River. All skill levels include beginners, kids. Trip options include hiking/paddling combo trip. Rail-Trail biking and paintball.1846 factory building houses work of Victor Stabin, often compared to Salvador Dali and M.C. Escher. Cafe Arielle next door. Open Fri-Sun, call ahead.Tiny storefront breakfast restaurant in an old Victorian. Daily from 6 am – 1 pm. Omelets, pancakes, french toast, country-fried steak.Ride in vintage coaches pulled by diesel engines. Narrated round-trips begin in Jim Thorpe and follow the Lehigh River over bridges and into the Lehigh Gorge State Park.Old-school indie record shop on Main Street. Browse the selection of new and used vinyl, CDs, concert DVDs, and band tee shirts.Great for hiking and biking. Trail runs parallel to Mauch Chunk Creek, provides easy access for fishing. Shuttle service, bike rental available in Jim Thorpe.Gastropub using locally distilled spirits, local beer, small plates. Try Short Rib Poutine, Flash Fried Chevre Salad, Truffle Fries.From a quirky art cafe to a gastropub to a restaurant serving absinthe in a secret back room, all the hotspots in Jim Thorpe you want to know.Family campground, 200 RV/tent/cabin sites available from Apr – Oct. Swimming pool, lots of activities. On Mauch Chunk Creek. Fishing, swimming, pet-friendly.Annual indie film festival in April at Mauch Chunk Opera house and venues in town. “Top 100 Reviewed Festivals” by FilmFreeway.Small-town pizza parlor in the heart of Jim Thorpe. Pizza by the slice or pie, hoagies/heroes, cheesesteaks, calzone, and stromboli. Kids’ menu.Dating from 1849, this quaint hotel is located in the heart of downtown Jim Thorpe’s Old Mauch Chunk Historic District .Friendly neighborhood pub that takes its juke, food, and beverages seriously. Farm-to-table cuisine, craft beer. Daily specials, pool table, live music.Quaint 1800’s log and stone luxury B&B on a 24-acre estate in Blue Mountains region known for wineries. WiFi, breakfast, room service, indoor heated pool.135 secluded primitive sites in 345-acre county park on lake. Boat, hike, swim, fish. Inexpensive, unplugged camping vacation. Bathhouse, camp store.Huge comfy dining room serving burgers, chili, sandwiches, wings, fish & chips, pierogies, pretzel bits, onion rings, and weekly specials. Full bar, outdoor seating.Modest rooms are clean, some with shared baths. Suites with sofa beds, minifridges, coffee makers. WiFi, TV. Close to biking and hiking trails.Ice cream stand with pick-up counter. Hard ice cream, sundaes, shakes, and soft-serve. Dipped waffle cones. Quick eats like hot dogs, fries. Bring your dog for a doggie sundae.Elegant B&B in a restored 1874 mansion. Gilded Age opulence with modern-day conveniences. Suites and rooms. Less than a mile from downtown. Murder Mystery Weekends. $$$$3-story 1860 Italianate Victorian mansion. Industrial Revolution opulence built by titan Asa Packer. Park at Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway lot and walk up the hill. Harry Packer Mansion next door.Meat-friendly, plant-forward scratch kitchen. Vegan and vegetarian options, allergen-aware. Beer & wine, specialty cocktails.Surrounded by forest, next to Mauch Chunk Lake. Minutes to Jim Thorpe, steps to Lehigh Gorge. Private suites with balcony and fireplace.Trip Advisor “Hall of Fame” 2018. Heart of Jim Thorpe on Race Street, the most romantic street in the Pocono Mountains. Walk to to shops, pubs, restaurants, and hiking/biking trails.Mountain town of 4,000 known as “The Switzerland of America.” Vintage trains, boutiques, restaurants, and festivals aplenty in the heart of the East Coast cycling scene.Casual fine dining, steak, seafood, pasta. Eclectic gourmet menu, fresh, seasonal ingredients. Extensive wine and beer lists, cocktails.The story of Jim Thorpe from the formation of coal to the Lenape Indians, mining, Switchback Railroad, to renaming from the original Mauch Chunk.Pizza pie, hoagies (subs), calzone, and stromboli, and a full bar. Gets busy during the season.Gastropub in renovated firehouse featuring locally sourced craft beers, fine wines, and a compelling selection of whiskeys and cocktails. Great food.An excellent chef-owned restaurant in a chalet-like building that sports a lovely deck. It’s reasonably priced and offers a pizza menu along with a fine dining menu.Charming Victorian in the heart of Jim Thorpe has suites with kitchenettes, private balcony. Private parking, bike storage, WiFi, cable TV.Old gas station by the railroad tracks converted to ice cream shop. Walk-up serving windows, covered/uncovered outdoor seating. Sundaes for your doggie, too!Comfortable booths and a cozy gas fireplace. Burgers, pasta, sandwiches, and snacks. Happy hour, live music.Romantic restored 1860’s Victorian mansion in Jim Thorpe’s historic district. Walking distance to shops, eateries, hiking trails.Fine dining. Fresh farm-to-table ingredients, fine wines & craft cocktails, beers from around the world in a Victorian mansion in the heart of Jim Thorpe.Busy and popular restaurant serving sushi, sashimi, and hibachi. Friendly and fast-paced. Full-service bar.Great location, spectacular views. Each room has a deck with mountain views, 1 mile from Asa Packer Mansion and 3 miles from Glen Onoko Falls, a wooded path with waterfalls.100% real food plant-based juice bar and cafe. Freshly made juices, smoothies, bowls, avocado toast, more. Coffee drinks, including mochas, matchas, and French Press. Lots of outlets, WiFi.Sophisticated, upscale cafe with sandwiches, soups, and salads. Full bar. Kids’ menu and play area. Part of the Stabin Museum. Open Fri, Sat, Sun.Book lover’s paradise located at 65 Broadway in historic downtown Jim Thorpe. New and used books in an inventory of current “eclectic fiction and non-fiction.”Basic Shur-Save supermarket. Bakery and prepared foods. Next door to Mason’s Cold Beer.Exceptionally beautiful county park. 345-acre lake, facilities for camping, swimming, picnicking, hiking, biking, fishing, boating. Small entrance fee.Tasting room of the charming Wild Elder Wine and Cider Co. Black elderberry wine, hard elderberry cider, hard apple cider. Charcuterie plates, elderberry syrup.Beautiful mountaintop entertainment venue comfortably hosts 1,800 concertgoers. Dance floor, lofty ceilings, concert bar/concession area, restaurant/bar.Mason’s Cold Beer is a beer distributor that has got a friendly staff selling cold beer and slurpies. Located next door to Jim Thorpe Market.Traditional Irish pub at Hotel Switzerland. Burgers, soup, chili, sandwiches. Daily dinner specials. Beer on tap.Pocono biking trips along the Lehigh River starting in Jim Thorpe. Day trips and overnight trips, TREK bike rentals, shuttle service.Acoustically, there are none better. This Victorian-era opera house presents a wide range of live music with seating plus a large dance area.