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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Trips for Grandparents in the Poconos

Ready to reunite with loved ones this summer and spend some time making unforgettable memories across the generations? Grab your grandkids and plan a getaway to the Poconos Mountains to enjoy the fresh air and open spaces. From all-inclusive family resorts to campgrounds and RV parks, from local hidden gems to incredible events, find ideas for a trip all ages will love…

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Eight Museums to Visit in the Poconos

From ancient Native American settlements in the area dating back over 10,000 years to the arrival of the first European immigrants in the 1700s, the Pocono Mountains region has a rich history to explore. Museums in the Poconos are perfect for family outings and offer visitors the chance to get a first-hand look at the past…

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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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