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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.  VisitPoconos.com covers the Poconos, Lehigh Valley and Northeast Pennsylvania regions.

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Community businesses and Hope for Strength Breast Cancer Fund partnering to raise awarenss on breast cancer

  • 26 September 2014
  • Author: Visit Poconos
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During the month of October in celebration of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, there are many opportunities for the community to support the Hope for Strength Breast Cancer Fund / Pocono Health Foundation.

Shohola Brings History Alive on 150th Anniversary of Train Wreck

Shohola, PA - Pike County Pennsylvania

  • 18 July 2014
  • Author: Tim Sohn
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Shohola Brings History Alive on 150th Anniversary of Train Wreck
Many came out to Rohman Park in Shohola, Pa., July 12-13, to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Shohola train wreck. The events, sponsored by the Shohola Railroad & Historical Society, included presentations by Civil War re-enactors, a visit by “Abraham Lincoln,” a slide show, firing of a refurbished Civil War cannon, and visits to the cemetery and the site of the train wreck.
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