Skytop Lodge is a place for every kind of adventure. From quiet pursuits such as fly fishing and hiking to the pulse-pounding excitement of our treetop adventure course or a paintball battle, our 5,500-acre playground is ideal for every age, season and skill. Here, there is something for everyone and a thrilling opportunity to come together as a family, couple or team, Every experience becomes an unforgettable memory to share and repeat. It is a place that brings each guest back to nature in a way that allows them to leave the hectic place of their daily lives behind while they regroup and rejuvenate. Come see for yourself, visit The Adventure Center
Take your corporate meetings or conferences to the next level at Skytop Lodge. We offer unique meeting spaces for your Poconos events, 5,500 acres of awe inspiring scenery, an uplifting blend of resort amenities, and devoted service.
Play golf at the top of the Poconos! The 18 hole championship golf course at Skytop Lodge offers elevated views of Camelback, The Delaware Water Gap, and the many tiers of the Pocono Mountains. Come and see what the early Americans saw from our wide generous fairways, elevated tee boxes and greens, and abundant wildlife. The layout was designed by Robert White who was the first President of the PGA of America and a friend and student of famed Donald Ross. Our design is untouched and timeless, a throwback to golf of old with a comfortable feel and a perfect mix of short and long golf holes that meander around our pristine land. Experience how the early golf architects challenged all of your senses and you will appreciate how Skytop golf has won awards since 1928. Come experience turn of the century golf the way the game was designed to be played. Experience Skytop Golf, after all, it’s in our nature.
At the end of a winding road, 5,500 acres of enchantment await- an exquisite backdrop for the beginning of your life together. With a wide array of Wedding Packages to meet every style, budget and season, your fairy tale comes to life. From the most lavish affair to an intimate gathering, Skytop’s professional event planning and catering staff ensure every moment of your day is as perfect and unique as the love you share.
Skytop Lodge offers a variety of dining options sure to please any palate. From a formal fine dining affair to casual culinary delights, savor the authentic flavor of the Poconos our artful chefs have created. Here, impeccable service and the idyllic setting heighten your dining experience, turning every meal shared into a cherished memory.
Revered as “the Pride of the Poconos,” the Lodge at Skytop is the centerpiece of our resort. It rises majestically from our 5,500 acres of pristine Poconos forest. Built in the Dutch Colonial style, it began as a retreat for the recreation and enjoyment of Skytop’s original members and guests. Today, it stands as a beautifully maintained tribute of a bygone era. Home to many of our restaurants and shops, the Main Lodge features 125 Poconos guest rooms and suites in three configurations all pulled from local history and tradition.Each newly remodeled guest room has been designed to tell the Skytop Lodge story. With three room designs (Water, Garden and Mountain), the color palette and design elements of each room reflect the natural beauty of the Pocono Mountains. Each guest room includes a hand-painted wall covering signed by the artist, Ann McGuire.
Water: Inspired by the Indian Ladder Falls, these rooms incorporate blue and gray hues as well as original paintings by Ann McGuire.
Garden: Inspired by the original 1927 landscape design of the Olmsted brothers who designed Skytop Lodge’s gardens, these rooms are bathed in muted tones with a nod to the local topography.
Mountain: Using the deep red hue of the beloved West Mountain as inspiration, these rooms look out on expansive mountain views and incorporate rugged lines and hand-painted wall art.
Each newly refurbished guest room features classic furniture inspired by the 1930s era as well as updates to the bathrooms, with more shelving, countertop space and brighter lighting. In-room safes were added to each guest room, as were new “smart” TVs, bedside lamps and additional USB/outlet chargers. Suites are designed after iconic, historical figures who were instrumental in Skytop’s famed history, such as Samuel Packer, the resort’s first general manager; Harold “Mini” Callaway, the property’s original golf pro; and celebrated American landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, best known for designing Central Park and whose sons later created Skytop Lodge’s landscape design.