Back-to-school blues got you down? There's still plenty of time to get out and play in the Pocono Mountains! Our scenic parks, lakes, trails and stables are open for adventure, and temperatures won't be dropping anytime soon.

Take a look at what your fellow adventurers have been up to this summer in the Pocono Mountains. These Instagram photos are all the inspiration you'll need to plan one more warm-weather trip.


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Instagram user @barberry17 took a leap into Lake Wallenpaupack this summer. See where you can cruise in the Pocono Mountains on our Water Recreation and Boating page.

Here's @lizoutdoors at the top of the Glen Onoko Falls Trail in Jim Thorpe. There are over 260 miles of hiking trails in the Pocono Mountains.


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@mommychelle_23 and this little cutie spent a sunny day at Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark. The outdoor oasis is open through Labor Day Weekend, but our indoor waterpark resorts are open all year long.


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We'll say that's slightly more rewarding than an indoor spin class. Take to the trails like @1tontomato and enjoy the ride.


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@nanrun39 snapped this serene scene from her kayak. Rent one and explore our area at your own pace.


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Ever use a stand-up paddleboard? Adventurer @tnunny35 tried his out in Jim Thorpe. You can rent SUPs at multiple locations in the Pocono Mountains.


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@lindsay_cap is happy on horseback. In the Pocono Mountains, trail rides are offered year round.


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Now that's a fishing trip! @hhackman9 shared this sunset snap from Promised Land State Park.

Are you on Instagram? Share your Pocono Mountains photos using #PoconoMtns and you could win big prizes! Our #PoconoMtns photo contest starts tomorrow. Stay locked on our social channels for more information.

Looking for more late-summer activities? Browse Things to Do in the Pocono Mountains.