Kayaking and Canoeing: A Paddling Guide to the Poconos

With 150 lakes and 170 river miles to explore, it's no surprise that the Pocono Mountains is a paradise for paddlers of all sorts. Whether you prefer kayaking and canoeing, rafting and tubing, whitewater rafting or stand-up paddleboarding, you'll find scenic and unspoiled waterways calling your name all around our region…

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Poconos St. Patrick's Day Celebrations for All

No blarney here: the Pocono Mountains has St. Patrick's Day festivities for everyone! If you can't get away to the Emerald Isle, celebrate March 17 with a trip to the Poconos. Get decked out in green and shamrocks to cheer on a St. Paddy's Day Parade, enjoy corned beef and cabbage for dinner with a…

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Winter Beyond the Slopes

The Pocono Mountains has been a top ski destination for decades, but there's so much more to winter in the Poconos than just action on the slopes. Come experience all the region has to offer this snowy season…

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8 Spots to Go Snow Tubing in the Poconos

Remember snow days as a kid? School was cancelled; you and your friends would grab sleds and saucers and head for the nearest hill for some frosty downhill fun. Guests of all ages can experience that classic winter excitement while snow tubing in the Pocono Mountains…

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