E. Stroudsburg 18302
- Urban chic decor. Fried rice, curries, noodles, and ramen, and pho. Thai coffee, bubble tea. Family-owned, family-friendly.Humble cafeteria-style eatery with a pickup counter serving really good fried or steamed fish and seafood. Take-out or eat in.18-hole, par 71, 4,550 to 6,200-yards, three sets of tees. Tight layout, narrow fairways between rows of timeshares.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.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.Sue’s is a sweet new Thai restaurant in a converted old diner serving fresh, expertly prepared homemade food. Friendly service.The Pocono Indian Museum is dedicated to the history of the Delaware River Tribe know as the Lenape. Recorded audio tour guide, gift shop.Great Bear golf course restaurant in clubhouse open to the public. Covered patio overlooks the 18th hole. Nice dining room.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.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.Tents/ RVs. Full hookups, 60-acre lake, sandy beaches. Boating (no gas motors), swimming, bass fishing – no license fishing. 3 swimming areas, indoor/outdoor pools, 2 whirlpools, sauna.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.This is the place just northeast of town between Stroudsburg and the town of Delaware Water Gap and the DWG Nat’l Recreation Area. Lots of camping, lots of funTandem skydives or fun jumps. Spectator area and picnic area for watching, taking photos, or having a barbeque.18-hole, par 71 Jack Nicklaus designed course. 3 lakes, streams, rolling terrain. Clubhouse, restaurant, pro shop, practice area.Typical bar grub, including cheesesteaks, quesadillas, burgers, wings. Kids are welcome, pet friendly porch. Live music on weekends.Aerial ropes course with 66 elements, tree climbing walls, ziplines. Five courses, for beginner to advanced. Beautiful wooded setting.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.Marshalls Creek pizzeria/Italian restaurant serving pizza, pasta, subs, salads, and appetizers. Gyros, too! Strip mall joint is spacious inside. Family-friendly, kids’ menu.Established pet-friendly family resort. Cottages is set apart for complete privacy. Each cottage includes a barbecue grill, picnic table, and firepit.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.Latin home-style cooking and Colombian baked goods. Empanadas, guava bread, oxtail, seafood, Colombian coffee. Small, affordable, very good.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.New American family-friendly dinner spot opened in late 2020 on the road to Bushkill. New American, dinner, brunch.5-week co-ed sleepaway camp. Sports, adventure, arts, waterfront, performing arts, arts & crafts. Facilities are extensive. Campers stay in fully-equipped cabins.Quaint and charming in its little corner tucked into an unassuming strip mall. Best Thai in the Pocono region. Reasonable prices, daily lunch specials.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.