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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Guide to Pocono Golf Courses

Pocono Mountains golf offers players plenty of choices when it comes to scenic mountain fairways. Roughly two hours' driving distance from major East Coast hubs like Philadelphia and New York, the Poconos region of Pennsylvania has attracted generations of golfers, and many historic Pocono golf…

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Insider's Guide to Delaware Water Gap

From miles away, a distinctive notch in the Appalachian Mountains draws the eye. Delaware Water Gap has beckoned visitors to the Pocono Mountains for centuries, offering picture-perfect spots for camping, a plethora of hiking and biking trails plus kayaking, canoeing and water recreation galore…

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Solo Travel Guide to the Pocono Mountains

The Pocono Mountains region has been a trusted and safe destination for generations of visitors, and while families and groups find lots to enjoy in the area, our inspiring natural landscapes and welcoming small town communities are also ideal for solo travel for women and men. When you travel…

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