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Pocono Mountains Vacation Packages


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From mountain hiking to paintball skirmishes, this central Pennsylvania resort area offers a great combination of outdoor adventures and man-made thrills.

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For decades the Pocono Mountains have been a popular place for east coast U.S. residents to go for a peaceful vacation away from hectic city life. You can still find peace and quiet, but now there are more attractions to keep you busy too.

Explore 2,400 square miles (6,216 square kilometers) of forested mountains with beautiful landscape views. Hike, rock climb, mountain bike, hunt, fish, camp, ski and enjoy nature. Boat on, swim in, or parasail over Lake Wallenpaupack with its 52 miles (84 kilometers) of shoreline. Enjoy a whitewater challenge on the Lehigh or Delaware rivers. Hike the Lehigh Gorge to reach Glen Onoko Falls.

Be sure to try some of the area’s man-made attractions too. Ride Kittatinny Canoes’ 3,000-foot (914-meter) zip line to experience the thrill of gliding through treetops at 50 miles (80 kilometers) per hour and 150 feet (46 meters) above the ground. At the Blue Mountain Ski Area, try out the 2,000-foot (609-meter) Olympic luge, shoulder-to-shoulder with Olympic athletes in training.


For even greater speed, become a stock car racer. At Pocono Raceway, you don’t just watch Sprint Cup racing, you actually drive the track with your 600-horsepower engine taking you to speeds up to 160 miles (257 kilometers) per hour.

Get behind a team of huskies to dogsled through the mountains from your home base at Skytop Lodge. This isn’t just a winter sport. Dogs also guide a summer dry land “sled,” which is actually a golf cart.

Visit No. 9 Coal Mine and Museum in Lansford for a tour that shows how coal was mined to support the coal and steel industries in central Pennsylvania.

Go antiquing in the many quaint villages scattered throughout the region. Golf at one of the 30 golf courses. Or, test your skill at Skirmish, the world’s largest paintball fields with 50 courses over 700 acres (283 hectares), including a variety of themed games with obstacles and props.

All of the activities in the Pocono Mountains are best accessed by car. Most sites include parking in the activity fees.


Pocono Mountains Hotel Guide


For years, people flocked to Poconos hotels for honeymoons and romantic vacations. As the town developed, newer neighborhoods began springing up, giving travelers the chance to see undiscovered parts of the city. You can now find cheap Poconos hotel deals throughout the year, including the summer months when travelers hit the city for the major races taking place at the local racetrack.

The Alpine Lake area is perfect for those who need pet friendly hotels in Pocono Mountains. Originally used by locals, travelers started staying here when they discovered the quiet and peaceful nature of the area. As locals own many of the accommodations here, you can often find those that allow pets.

If you prefer vacations packed full of things to do, you might prefer the Arrowhead Lakes neighborhood, which is best for those who love the outdoors. The hotels hear are near several lakes where you can try swimming, fishing or boating, and there are also several resorts in Pocono Mountains in the area that offer even more activities and attractions.

Many travelers look for hotels in Poconos, PA because they want a quiet and peaceful vacation, and few areas are as peaceful as Birch Acres. This development features a large number of private homes and residential streets, but it also has some romantic hotels in Pocono Mountains. You are just four miles from East Stroudsburg University and less than five miles from the Delaware Water Gap Bridge. You can see the mountains from your room, and you get the chance to escape some of the noisy crowds.

It didn't take long before people living in the Poconos discovered that travelers enjoyed resort communities, and one of the biggest is Buck Hill Falls. The luxury resort hotels here are close to a 27-hole golf course, areas for lawn bowling, outdoor swimming pools and tennis courts. The neighborhood also boasts special events year-round, including an annual arts festival, which brings thousands of visitors to the city.

When planning Poconos vacations, you might think about staying in one of the Camelback hotels. These hotels are close to the mountains and a ski resort, making it a perfect choice for those who enjoy hitting the slopes. You will also find other Poconos, Pennsylvania hotels near skiing, including those in Saw Creek Estates. Find hotels in Poconos today through Expedia to get your trip started.