Maps & Transportation

​No matter where you enter the Northeast region of the United States, the Pocono Mountains is never far.

With such close proximity to major metropolitan areas such as New York City and Philadelphia, the Pocono Mountains is easily accessible from any destination. Who knew serenity was so close?

Six interstate highways, I-80, I-81, I-84, I-78, I-380 and I-476, make the Pocono Mountains region quick and easy to reach. Taking the bus? Martz Trailways has direct line service to the Pocono Mountains. How about a ride? Baldwin Limousines or J&J Transportation can pick you up. If you live in New York City, Pocono Day Tripper offers day trip packages that include bus transportation to the Pocono Mountains.

A frequent visitor to the Pocono region? The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission has information available on purchasing the E-ZPass.

Plan a vacation in the Poconos of Pennsylvania and order a copy of our official travel guide.

Map/Counties: The Pocono Mountains region of Pennsylvania is divided into four counties. Download a map of the Pocono Mountains.

Visitors Centers: Stop by any of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau's Visitors Centers off major Pennsylvania Interstates to pick up your Free Pocono Mountains Map, including Scenic Driving Routes.

Pennsylvania Traffic Cameras: Including the Poconos Region.

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Jim Thorpe

Offering both the charms of a European village and the thrills of a mountain sports destination, this Victorian town, known as the "Switzerland of America," is one of the great gems of the Poconos.

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Stroudsburg

Stroudsburg shines with a striking mix of historic allure and modern appeal. From shops to shows to seasonal festivals, its vibrant, walkable downtown has something for everyone.

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Milford

Surrounded by natural grandeur and home to the birthplace of the American Conservation Movement, scenic Milford abounds in cultural heritage and small-town charm.

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Honesdale

The first steam locomotive to operate in the US made tracks in Honesdale in the 1800s, and that railroading legacy lives on today alongside a bustling downtown and welcoming community.

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Driving Distances:

Albany, 3 hours

Atlantic City, 3 hours

Baltimore, 3 ½ hours

Boston, 5 hours

Buffalo  , 5 ½ hours

Charleston, 8 hours

Cleveland, 7 hours

Columbus, 8 hours

Dover, 3 hours

Erie, 6 hours

Harrisburg, 2 hours

Hartford, 3 hours

Manchester, 3 ½ hours

New York City, 1 ½ hours

Philadelphia, 2 hours

Pittsburgh, 6 hours
 
 

Providence, 4 ¾ hours

Rochester, 4 ½ hours

Syracuse, 3 hours

Trenton, 2 hours

Washington, DC, 4 ½ hours

 

Driving Directions: 

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Martz Trailways Locations in the Pocono Mountains:

Delaware Water Gap Station

1082 Foxtown Hill Road
Delaware Water Gap, PA 18327
Phone: 570-421-3040

Stroudsburg Park N Ride Station
5080 Independence Road
East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
Phone: 570-420-1744

Mount Pocono Station
2 Fork Street
Mount Pocono, PA 18344
Phone: 570-839-7611

Airports Servicing the Pocono Mountains:

Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE), 800-FLY-LVIA
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), 718-244-4444
LaGuardia International Airport (LGA), 718-533-3400
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), 973-961-6000
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), 800-PHL-GATE
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport (AVP), 877-2-FLYAVP

Pocono Mountains Regional Airports:

Cherry Ridge Airport (N30), Honesdale, 570-253-5833
Runway Length: 2,500'

Beltsville Airport (14N), Lehighton, 610-377-4807
Runway Length: 2120'

Flying Dollar Airport (8N4), Canadensis, 570-595-3465
Runway Length: 2,505'

Jake Arner Memorial (22N), Lehighton, 570-386-2330
Runway Length: 3,060'

Pocono Mountains Municipal Airport (MPO), Mount Pocono, 570-839-7161
Runway Length: 5,001'

Stroudsburg Pocono Airport (N53), East Stroudsburg, 570-421-8900
Runway Length: 3,117'