- Main Street in the heart of downtown. Approx $100/night in season (in 2020). Kids stay free. Hotel has its own parking garage.1/8 mile clay kart racing oval in its 27th season (in 2019) in Stroudsburg, PA. Smooth, fast race track. Races every Friday night from March through October.Perfect for a walk in the woods day. See uncommon wildflowers at this location in spring. Creek is suitable for kayaking.9 bedrooms, 12 beds, and 6 full bathrooms for up to 16 guests. Indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, game room.Upscale Irish pub in an old bank building in the heart of downtown. 30 beers on tap, Irish specialties on lunch and dinner menus, Irish breakfast served all day.All-American hometown diner. Prices are unbelievably low, all of the classics are homemade, including pies and cakes. Breakfast all day. Kids’ menu, booth seating, lots of room.Really super escape room with 4 themed rooms, designed by teachers. Lots of fun, great for groups and families. Bring quarters to feed the meter on charming Main Street.Sweet country inn with seasonal menu featuring local produce in season. Offerings include prime rib, short ribs. Killer view from the deck.Robert White designed course built in 1924. 18-hole, par 72, 6700-yard scenic course. Links situated on rolling hills with streams.Seasonal fruits, vegetables, and flowers. You can also buy homemade bread, baked goods, and honey. Open Saturdays May – October.Mountain View Vineyard, Winery, Brewery & Distillery is all of these. Charcuterie board, flatbreads, sandwiches.Polish deli makes sandwiches and sells tons of grocery imports. Pastry, donuts, cakes, bread, and rolls along with sausages and meats. Beautiful donuts!Inside Downriver Brewing Co. Chicken and Waffles, Mac & Cheese, tacos, quesadillas, empanadas, wings, beer-battered shrimp.Bright, low-key cafe offering fresh-pressed juices & smoothies, plus light breakfast & lunch fare. Emphasis on healthful, real food.Stroudsburg is the quintessential historic small town. Tiny, charming, lots of great places to eat and play.In tIhe heart of Delaware Water Gap Nat’l Rec Area. Private suites, king-size beds, jacuzzis, hot tubs, fireplaces. Breakfast included. Good for special occasions like bridal showers. $$$18-hole nautical theme featuring a lighthouse, water feature, tall reed grasses, and roped piers. Ice cream/snack bar.Wedding celebrations from 75 to 255 people with a naturally beautiful scenic background. Specializes in outdoor ceremonies.6 venues, bridal studio, floral studio, 30 wedding planners. Everything you need by this award-winning 30-year host of resort weddings.Grill, sushi bar, live music venue, sports bar. Popular local spot with deck, live entertainment, sports TV at the bar. Kids’ menu.Homemade hand-dipped ice cream, gelato, soft-serve yogurt, Italian ices. Sundaes, milkshakes, homemade waffles, waffle cones.In downtown’s Courthouse Square, Sat 8:00 am ’til noon, May through Nov, rain or shine. Get your morning coffee and a bite to eat.Living history museum preserves 19th century Penn German heritage. Period dress, re-enactment of daily life on the farm.Step into this tiny Main Street shop for cupcakes, cookies, macarons, crumb cake, cannoli, donuts, petits fours, and daily specials.Satay, dumplings, Pad Thai, Evil Jungle curry, Massaman curry, coconut shrimp, crispy duck, and more. Great for take-out.Country inn serves classic American favorites and Italian entrees. Open to public, weekend buffets, weekend reservations suggested.Forested, intimate, magical mountaintop celebration venue for elopements and micro-weddings. DIY, inexpensive.Big barn-like space outfitted as a diner, serving big plates of down-home diner food. Breakfast, burgers, hoagies, entrees, and desserts.Turn-of-the-century 300-acre estate. Old fashioned inn with suites, cottages, cabins. Indoor pool, spa, restaurant, lounge.Historic stone farmhouse with a large barn and a spring-fed pond on 100+ acres in Cherry Valley. 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, 100 acres. $2,485,00061.5-acres of a section of the Pocono Creek with Class A wild trout waters. Thickets of old-growth rhododendron, colonies of spring wildflowers, and wetland habitats.Algerian to Italian to Thai, ice cream for the kids, beer for you. Don’t miss Italian Momento or The Charcuterie.Overnight sports camp for kids 8 to 17. At ISTC they believe in teaching life skills through sports. The 450-acre lakeside facility is minutes from I-80.Old-fashioned roadside stand. Ice cream, quick eats. Burgers, pierogies, waffles and ice cream. Covered patio, picnic tables, playground.Main Street sports bar with 15 TVs, live entertainment on weekends. Wings, burgers, cheesesteaks, daily specials.Hand-twisted and fresh-baked pretzels. They’ve also got bite-size mini-cheesesteaks, pretzel dogs, and mini-cheeseburgers, and sell party trays with an assortment of pretzel dips.Friendly service, clean and comfortable rooms. WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges, microwaves. Suites add living areas with pull-out sofas.Cute little spot on Main Street. Breakfast, lunch, coffee. Omelets, french toast, bagels, Eggs Benedict, Monte Cristos.Small, family-owned, casual, authentic Greek/ Mediterranean. Shish kabob, gyro, souvlaki, shwarma, falafel, baklava. Veg-friendly, packaged goods for sale.Fantastically good Lebanese restaurant specializing in Middle Eastern, vegan, and vegetarian cuisine. Everything is extremely fresh and high-quality.Kettle Creek Environmental Center provides classes & events on this gorgeous preserve of old field, deciduous forest, and ponds with 2 1/2 miles of trails.Busy Portuguese BBQ with Latin twist. Cuban, steak, pulled pork sandwiches. Tacos, salmon, steaks, fish.Jewish co-ed overnight camp featuring sports, arts, and inclusive Jewish programming known for its community of campers, families, staff, and alumni from around the world.Halal Shawarma sandwiches and platters, Tikka kabab platters, falafel. Burgers, deli sandwiches, soups, chopped salads. Beautiful fresh food.Cute country restaurant with an emphasis on pizza. Casual dining in a friendly atmosphere. Just 3 minutes from downtown Stroudsburg.Indoor go-kart track since 1996. Arcade games, pool table, and snack bar. Must be 54″ tall to ride.Beekeepers make bath bombs, soaps, moisturizers, scrubs, lotion bars, sprays, and their own bug repellant. They also sell candles and honey.Wild-caught seafood from the Fulton Fish Market at Hunt’s Point in the Bronx for 30 years. Fresh delicious fish, friendly owner.Owners are straight outta Sicily. Neopolitan and Sicilian pies, tons of entrees, kids menu. Homemade cannoli and tiramisu.2020 © Go Pogo Inc. 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