- 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.Classic Vietnamese dishes, fresh, high-quality ingredients. Noodle soups, sandwiches, summer rolls, rice and noodle salads. Vegan offerings, Vietnamese coffee.Co-ed sleepaway camp for ages 6 to 16, in business since 1957. 350-acre estate, private Lake Cayuga. Outdoor activities and skills.New and used/consignment bikes, kayaks, canoes, car racks, snowshoes, and outdoor gear. Bike repair. 2 locations in Honesdale and Hawley. Bike rides, tours, and trails.Lake Bryn Mawr Camp is one of the oldest traditional all-girls sleepaway summer camps in North America, established in 1921 for girls from 2nd to 10th gradesRestaurant on ground floor of Hotel Wayne. People rave about their dry-aged steaks. Creative dinner menu. Lunch menu of burgers, salads, wings, more. Wine list, full bar.Cheap, fast, fresh, food until midnight, 7 days a week. Cheesesteaks, burgers, 16 styles of grilled dogs, baskets, and fries.Peaceful RV/tent sites in the Northern Pocono Mountains. Local wildlife. Full hookups, cable TV, fire rings, picnic tables. Patio sites have gas grills, patio tables, and fire features. Free WiFi.200 hundred-year-old Federal-style house, modern amenities. Gardens, WiFi, farm-to-table breakfast. Close to restaurants, Prompton State Park, Elk Mountain.Soft-serve cones, shakes, frozen yogurt, dairy-free options. Fast-food menu includes hot dogs and french fries. Sundaes for dogs.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.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.Bring the kids to this 1870 schoolhouse to look at a day at school with eight grades taught by one teacher. Call for hours.See real chocolate production happening onsite and sip delicious drinks, taste chocolate, and enjoy baked goods in the roastery’s cafe.Coffee shop, roaster, espresso bar. Coffee beans are roasted on-site. Milk and cream from local farmers. Pastries include gluten-free. Teas, chai, specialty coffee drinks.Friendly family-owned diner-stye restaurant. Try a homemade Italian sausage sandwich or an order of pork chops. Bar in the back room.Curated selection of gifts, kitchen/ barware, gourmet food, specialty bitters, men’s clothing, baby and children’s gifts. In micro-shopping district Maude Alley.Small farmstead cheese operation. Raw milk aged cheeses as well as fresh, pasteurized cheeses. Whey-fed pork and grass-fed beef. Cheesemaking classes and tours.Historic farmhouse nestled on beautifully landscaped 5.5 acres. Stocked fishing, boating, swimming pond w/ sand beach. Easily accessible, wonderfully quiet.Say “I do” in a destination wedding at your own private summer camp. With overnight accommodations for even the largest guest list.Brewery dining room with gastropub fare and craft cocktails. Pizza, tacos, soups, salads, desserts, and snacks. Flights, pints, and growlers to go.Sat market 9:30 am – 1:30 pm. Produce, meats, eggs, baked goods, all locally grown or produced. Lots of honey and maple products, hanging baskets and plants.Casual, rustic-style at Lake Wanoka Resort. Wings, burgers, sandwiches, dinner entrees. Play area for the kids. Outdoor dining.Storefront Italian deli. Hot and cold heroes, chicken cutlet, meatballs, cannoli, cookies. Beer to go.Bagels are hand-rolled, kettle boiled, and baked DAILY. Soups, sandwiches, pastries, coffee, all New York style.Budget alternative may end up being the best wedding you could have. Working 50-acre farm on banks of the Dyberry trout stream offers streamside and covered ceremonies.Fun home goods and gifts shop located in Maude Alley, a cluster of 19th-century buildings housing 7 unique shops around a lovely garden patio.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.Say “I do” at a 19th-century Civil War-era farm. The stunning 50-acre property of rolling hills, open pastures, and lush gardens is the backdrop.Traditional co-ed 7-week sleepaway camp for campers aged 6-17 since 1923. Art, drama, athletics, and adventure.A treasure trove of antique and vintage items. Explore over 3,000 square feet of store space for the new merchandise they bring in every day.Basic supermarket with prepared foods, bakery, pharmacy, sushi, beer. In-store cafe.Scenic tours on an old-fashioned 25-mile train ride from the birthplace of the American railroad. Restored vintage cars, friendly conductors. Themed tours, fall foliage tours.Historic small-town brick warehouse. Industrial roots, modern fixtures. Cathedral-style ceilings, open beams, exposed brick on the Lackawaxen River.Quirky hotel built in 1827. Understated rooms offer Wi-Fi and cable TV. Suites add 1 or 2 bedrooms; upgraded suites provide kitchens.Local bar with draft beer & eats. Burgers, fries, wings, nachos, soft pretzels, sandwiches, Everything house-made. Friendly warm vibe.Espresso bar and roastery. Each location of Black & Brass roasts its own beans for serving. The spectacular waterfall behind the shop is essentially the backyard of the business.French breakfast and lunch restaurant. Croissants, pastries, waffles. Daily lunch specials. Fresh, organic food. Can’t Make It to Paris? Eat at Branko’s.Curated vintage clothing from the 1920s through the 1990s antiques, and vinyl in downtown Honesdale on 1008 Main Street in Union Alley .Sweet little shop just outside of Honesdale jammed with very well-arranged vintage collectibles. Vintage jewelry, bakeware, dishware, art, and much more.Casual fine dining, sophisticated New American. Menu focuses on high-quality from local farmers and artisans. Lovely decor and great service.Sweet storefront on Main Street serving bread, galettes, scones, cakes, cookies, and pies. Each of the items varies as they’re made daily. Gluten free options, too!Handmade botanical products made from homegrown herbs. Botanical soaps, salves, European style herbal tea blends. Tea and organic baked goods on the stone patio.Private club for use of its members and their guests. The course offers a challenging 18 holes on what many consider some of the finest greens in golf.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.Farm store of family-operated farm. Fresh natural raw cow & goat milk, eggs, beef, pork, sausages, hot dogs, burgers. Open year-round.Darling hometown cafe, omelets for breakfast, homemade soups, sandwiches, burgers. Don’t forget the pie.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.Terrific old-school diner-style restaurant with a friendly atmosphere, good burgers, a huge salad bar, and a very good breakfast in Honesdale.