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Welcome to the Poconos

Whether you’re searching for the best family vacations or weekend getaways for couples; you’ll be head over hills for the Poconos!

Once upon a time, long before Tastykakes and the Internet were invented, the Poconos majestically rose up under our feet. People and pets have been coming from the city and the boonies just to spend time in our northeastern Pennsylvania wonderland.

Here in the Poconos, you can do just about everything. You can relax – or race. You can roll down the river – or roll the dice at a casino. When you visit the Poconos, you can escape and relax for a romantic vacation, or hike nature trails in the area state parks.  Go shopping at hundreds of the areas boutique shops, antiques, malls and more.  You can even work if you must. We have great spaces for conferences. In the Poconos, you can do whatever you want. 

Poco-­Knows: The area covers four counties: Wayne, Pike, Monroe, and Carbon. It’s 2,400 sq. miles and more than 340,000 people live in the Poconos year-­‐round. It would take about 2 hours to drive from the Southern most point to the Northern most point of the Poconos. covers the Poconos, Lehigh Valley and Northeast Pennsylvania regions.

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Home Sweet Home – But Get OUT of that HOUSE!!!

Head to the Pocono Mountains for your next getaway.

  • 13 April 2015
  • Author: Lisa Criscera
  • Number of views: 3872
Home Sweet Home – But Get OUT of that HOUSE!!!

The days are getting longer, the temperatures are getting higher and the ominous need to get out and about is getting stronger! 

We all muddled through this bitter winter somehow and while we know that Spring will have officially Sprung on March 20, 2015, for many of us, the lingering snow piles left in our backyards beg to differ.

The Dorflinger Wildlife Sanctuary And Glass Museum

  • 7 April 2015
  • Author: Cathy Myers
  • Number of views: 2219
The Dorflinger Wildlife Sanctuary And Glass Museum
A small town in northeastern Pennsylvania called White Mills contains a pristine wildlife sanctuary on land formerly owned by Christian Dorflinger. Dorflinger was the owner of Dorflinger Glassworks, a cut glass business that had tremendous success in its early years.  His glassworks were in business from 1852 to 1921, putting White Mills on the map. The handsome home and property that would become the Dorflinger Wildlife Sanctuary and Glass Museum was at one time where Dorflinger lived though he preferred to be in town. It was owned by other members of his family in later years. It eventually passed to his Grandson, Frederick Dorflinger Suydam.

Lenni Lena’Pe ~ The True People Of The Poconos

  • 11 March 2015
  • Author: Pocono Secrets
  • Number of views: 4603
Lenni Lena’Pe ~ The True People Of The Poconos
Long before Europeans, the Lenni Lena’pe called this area home. These Native Americans were the first inhabitants of the Pocono Mountains, having settled in the area over 10,000 year ago. Lenape is pronounced “Leh-NAH-pay” and it means “the people.” Sometimes you will see this name spelled Lenape, Lenápe or Lena’pi. The tribe is also known as the Lenni Lenape which translates to “true people” or the Delaware Indians after the Delaware River – The River of Human Beings, which runs through Lenni Lena’pe territory. The word Pocono in the native Lena’pe tongue means “a river between two mountains.” The Lena’pe did not have a written language; their history was passed from generation to generation by storytellers.

Get Your Irish On!

St. Patricks Day in the Pocono Mountains

Get Your Irish On!

Whether you are Irish or just want to be for a day, there are plenty of ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the heart of the beautiful Pocono Mountains.  What began as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland has become a national festival celebrating Irish culture with parades, dancing, special foods and a whole lot of green.  The Poconos has no shortage of Irish food, fun and festivities going on in March. So, come where it’s fun!

Stourbridge Line on Track to Make Comeback in May

Train Excursions Coming Back to Wayne County

  • 26 January 2015
  • Author: Tim Sohn
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Stourbridge Line on Track to Make Comeback in May

Approximately three years after shutting down, it looks like the Stourbridge Line is back on track to provide train service to the Honesdale, Hawley, and Lackawaxen area.


According to Gail Tucker, executive director of the Greater Honesdale Partnership, the train is expected to be back up and running in early May to coincide with National Train Days, May 9-10, 2015.


To begin, excursion rides will be operated between Honesdale, Hawley and Lackawaxen. Freight service may later be added.