Thanksgiving in the Poconos 2021 | Dinners To-Go and Dine-In

Turkey Day is almost here, and if you'd like to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast with all the trimmings - but without all the hassle of cooking and cleaning up - Pocono restaurants have the solution. Many local chefs are cooking up prepared, pre-cooked Thanksgiving dinners that can be picked up to-go. Restaurants are also serving Thanksgiving dinners that you and your loved ones can savor in beautiful dining rooms across the region…

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8 Must-Visit Parks and Recreation Areas in the Poconos

If you're looking for an escape to nature, you'll find it in the Pocono Mountains. Just a few hours drive from big cities like New York and Philadelphia, winding country roads lead to peaceful parks with hiking trails, biking paths, waterfalls, water recreation plus local history to discover. For…

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5 Best Areas to Catch Fall Foliage in the Poconos

The leaves are calling: it's time to start planning that autumn trip to take in the splendor of the fall foliage! The Pocono Mountains region covers four counties and 2,400 square miles of northeast Pennsylvania's beautiful hills, forests, lakes and rivers, meaning there are plenty of stunning scenic vistas for visitors to discover…

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Pocono Mountains Fall Festival Guide for Families

In the Pocono Mountains, we love fall and all the festivals that come with it. As the leaves turn tobright hues of red, orange and yellow, small towns and local businesses are filled with pumpkins and hay bales, ready to host seasonal events for the whole family…

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