Lake Ariel 18436
- Nurnberger Bierhaus offers authentic German decor, delicious German beers, and great food. Keep an eye out for creamy Jäger Schnitzel gravy.Seasonal campground/boat launch since early 1900s. 70 acres on 130-acre Lake Henry. Camping, fishing, boating.Eat at a picnic table in Lake Genero Grove at this cute little fast food shack. Order at pickup window. Hot dogs, burgers, gyros, pierogies, hand-cut fries.Historic rustic venue on 500 forested acres. Vintage aesthetic, natural beauty. DIY. 1903 lodge, carriage house, barn, open space.Monthly, weekly, weekend sites at the end of a long road. Abundance of woods, ponds, wildlife. Well-spaced tent/primitive sites.Roadside BBQ joint grilling ribs, chicken, brisket, pulled pork outside. Indoor and outdoor dining. April to Labor Day.Lake Genero Cottages on 15-acre Lake Genero. Great for fishing, swimming, row boating. BBQ pits, tennis court, playground.Beautiful, pleasant, tree-lined course provides Hideout Community members and their guests 9 holes and 3400 yards.Research, education, preservation. 52-acre Lake Lacawac is a glacial lake preserved in almost pristine condition. Hiking on 8 trails, boreal bog, ponds, streams. Open to the public.150 RV sites, 4 cabins, and 10 lakefront tent sites located on 40-acre private Lake Moc-A-Tek, just a 7-minute drive from Lake Wallenpaupack. Fishing, rowboat rentals. Pet-friendly.Der Jaeger Unique arts is packed full of antiques, artwork, fine porcelain, collectibles, WWII German military items.The Hideout is a 4-season community with over 3000 single-family homes, including houses, condos, and townhomes.Outstanding family-owned farm market. A riot of fruits and vegetables, baked goods, cider, and so much more. Don’t miss it.Convenient location off Interstate 94, close to Lake Wallenpaupack and Hawley. Great for fishing, boating, at beautiful Lake Ariel.Working dairy farm selling homemade ice cream. Keatings makes 80 flavors over the season, many their own invention.State park. Three miles of trails cross forests, wetlands, and fields. 420 acres of land. Fishing, hiking, birding, wildlife watching.Well, this place is interesting, to say the least. It’s an antique shop and an Eastern European restaurant that serves BBQ and has 3 tables. Strudel, schnitzel, and BBQ.This little A-frame is a mid-century dream nestled among the trees in The Hideout, a minute’s walk to the lake and pool.2020 © Go Pogo Inc. All Rights Reserved.