Welcome to Pocono Properties Realty and Pocono Vacation Rentals

(570) 643-0321

Here at Pocono Properties Realty located at 5626 Rte. 115, Blakeslee PA 18610 (570) 643-0321, we understand what makes a luxury vacation home right for you. We make it our business to find a vacation rental that meets all of your needs and goes above and beyond your expectations. By providing the finest in vacation rentals we can ensure that your vacation is a success no matter where you decide to stay. We have condos and townhouses at Big Boulder & Jack Frost Ski Area to single family homes that sleep 6 people all the way up large homes that sleep 30. We can accommodate family gatherings or large groups up to 150 people in one specific area. We can provide homes for Bachelor Parties, Prom Homes, Townhouses, Condos, Cabins and single family homes.

Our company focuses on Vacation Rentals within the Albrightsville, Blakeslee, Lake Harmony, Long Pond, Pocono Lake, Pocono Pines and White Haven.

While on Vacation in the Poconos our renters end up loving how relaxing and away from it all is when you are here that they decide to buy a vacation home in the Poconos or Vacation Rental Investment Home.  Our Staff at Pocono Properties Realty LLC specializes in Lake Front Homes, Lake Front Lots, Lake Communities, Ski Areas, Vacation Homes, Primary Homes, Rental Investment Homes and much more.  Please fell free to call one of our agents CLICK HERE FOR AGENTS AVAILABLE FOR SHOWINGS. Or call our office at Blakeslee (570) 643-0321 or Lake Harmony (570) 722-0123.



When you are staying in Pocono Properties Realty Home it is impossible to be bored. You will find activities and attractions for you and your significant other to your entire family. Most attractions are with in the area or a short distance away. Nothing is more than 20 minutes away from most of our Pocono vacation rental homes.  We have tried to make your stay as pleasurable by providing you with links and a list of places to go and thigs to do.




CHAT & CHEW Aharts Shopping Center. Here at the Chat n Chew Cafe you will experiance a comfortable atmosphere where the food is prepared to order and cooked the way mom used too!
We feature breakfast and lunch all day from the time we open till the time we close.  All of our cooking is done out front behind the coffee bar ,just like the old fashion luncheon and dinnettes used to do, and when you add in the flavorable personality of our staff it makes for an experiance that will bring you back again and again. Oh yeah and the food is really good too!!!
This is the home of the MESSY MIKE BREAKFAST SANDWICH which is one of our staples.It features two eggs, your choice of meat, our homefires piled high and covered with cheese all on a grilled new york style bagle or keiser. You wont walk away hungry from this one !!! (570) 646-6623

MOYER'S COUNTRY KITCHEN  Home of the German Pancakes. Route 940Pocono Lake, Pennsylvania

Get Directions Call (570) 643-7377


PIGGY'S RESTAURANT The best part of Piggy's Restaurant is our staff. They are here to make your visit to our restaurant a pleasant experience, which we hope you will want to repeat. You, the customer, are the reason we work hard to present you with the best, and our staff will try to accommodate you whenever possible. Piggy's Restaurant was founded in 1985 with the goal of serving only the highest quality food, prepared with care, and served by a courteous and friendly wait-staff. We find our foods and ingredients by regularly attending food shows in search of the best possible products. A few of the quality foods we serve at this time are Hatfield Meats,Thomas English Muffins, Arnolds Brick Oven Breads, Smuckers Jellies, Lipton Teas,and Maxwell House Coffee. The coffee, juices, Coca-Cola sodas, hot chocolate, and water all taste good thanks to an on-site water treatment system that softens, triple-filters, UV purifies and PH balances the water. The fresh dairy products come from a local farmers' co-op with members who do not use bovine hormones on their herds.

Some items are made using our own original recipes. Our pancakes are blended from fresh ingredients in small batches to ensure each pancake is like homemade. Our French and Batter toasts have pure vanilla extracts that give them unique flavor. We bake our complimentary blueberry muffins everyday with wild Canadian blueberries that are small and sweet. Some days we bake over a thousand muffins.

The best part of Piggy's Restaurant is our staff. They are here to make your visit to our restaurant a pleasant experience, which we hope you will want to repeat. You, the customer, are the reason we work hard to present you with the best, and our staff will try to accommodate you whenever possible.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Fun...We’ve got it all here at the Jubilee Restaurant in the Heart of the Pocono Mountains.


For over Four Decades we’ve been serving up good hearty food, from our Delicious Breakfast Platters served 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. daily, to Crisp Paninis and Fresh Salads for Lunch and BBQ Ribs & Chicken and Pasta Platters for Dinner, we have something for everyone. Kids are more than welcome in our country casual atmosphere and we’ve got a kids menus for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. All of our menus are available for Take Out, so if you’re in a rush, just call in your order and we’ll have it ready for you when you arrive. 



BOULDER VIEW TAVERN (Lake Harmony Lake Front Dining) Boulder View Tavern is the perfect setting for any casual get together indoors or outdoors on our seasonal lakeside patio. Dine in our family friendly atmosphere. Our menus feature a variety of customer favorites. We offer a nice selection of craft beers and refreshing cocktails and martinis. We feature weekly specials. Local musicians perform live every weekend. See our events calendar for more information.

Boulder View Tavern is the perfect place to celebrate with family and friends. Book your next party or company outing in a relaxed, resort setting.

JUBILEE (Pocono Pines)
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Fun...We’ve got it all here at the Jubilee Restaurant in the Heart of the Pocono Mountains.


For over Four Decades we’ve been serving up good hearty food, from our Delicious Breakfast Platters served 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. daily, to Crisp Paninis and Fresh Salads for Lunch and BBQ Ribs & Chicken and Pasta Platters for Dinner, we have something for everyone. Kids are more than welcome in our country casual atmosphere and we’ve got a kids menus for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. All of our menus are available for Take Out, so if you’re in a rush, just call in your order and we’ll have it ready for you when you arrive.  Don’t miss our famous Wing Nights! 10 flavors of wings served only on Thursday and Sunday Nights.

Click Here to view our catering menu. We know there are many choices when it comes to dining and catering. Your consideration is appreciated and we hope we can become a part of your special occasions.

LOUIES PRIME (Lake Harmony)Steak House!  Fine Dining.  Leave the kids at home and relax to a Prime cut of Meat and fine dining. (570) 722-3990


MURPHY'S LOFT (Blakeslee) (570) 646-2813 Come visit this summer to enjoy our outdoor deck and bar!  Full use of our swimming pool is available to all restaurant customers.



NICKS LAKE HOUSE (Lake Harmony ~Water Front Dining) Nick’s Lake House is the latest edition of the first hotel and restaurant built in Lake Harmony. (570) 722-2500


The original hotel and restaurant was completed and opened on this site on July 4, 1923. Known as the Lake Harmony Hotel it catered to the local residents, both full-time and “week-enders,” and to a steady tourist trade. On this site, prior to 1923, the Henning family operated an ice house business which stored ice cut from the frozen lake in winter.


They used sawdust and straw to keep the ice in frozen block form until it was delivered to New York and Philadelphia in the summer months keeping the “Ice Boxes” of the period cold.


Since then, Lake Harmony Lodge has served as the first and one of the most popular destinations at this scenic resort we call Lake Harmony. We are pleased to continue this great tradition.


ROBERT CHRISTIANS (Pocono Lake) It's not only about food when you decide to dine at Robert Christians Restaurant - it's much more. With great discounts, amazing atmosphere and our chef's specials, we make your dining experience the most memorable one so that you choose to dine with us every time you plan to eat out. Ours is a locally owned and operated restaurant. We believe in high-quality standards. (570) 646-0433 CALL AHEAD FOR RESERVATIONS.


SUNSET GREEN RESTAURANT& BAR AT SPLIT ROCK GOLF  (Lake Harmony)Enjoy our delicious Lunch, Dinner and Specially menus for events through out the year package can be personalized to meet your unique style.

Monday | CLOSED ,Tuesday to Saturday | 11 AM - 9 PM, Sunday | 11 AM - 8 PM (570) 722-9901

TRATTORIA 903 ( Jim Thorpe) (570) 732-4450 Trattoria is one of the finer Italian restaurants you will find not just in the entire Pocono area, but anywhere.  Owner and head chef Hassan uses only the highest quality ingredients and prepares them with creativity and style.  Traditional dishes of chicken, veal, seafood, and pasta are all made from scratch and among best you will find anywhere.  Trattoria also makes unique gourmet pizzas and classic Marguerita pizza.

Please browse our menu.  Trattoria also has daily specials based upon what is available in the freshest and best of quality.  There are daily specials that range from fresh seafood, hand-cut steaks, and also homemade pastas and soups.

Trattoria has a full service bar available.


WOODY'S COUNTRY HOUSE Located in Blakeslee, PA in the heart of the Pocono Mountains, we are minutes away from places the Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, Lake Harmony, Jack Frost and Big Boulder. A small family-orientated restaurant and bar, we pride ourselves in our warm atmosphere, extensive menu, and superior service.

On our menu, you will find everything from our stellar Grilled Salmon Salad to our Chef’s award-winning Chili (we promise it will be the best chili you have ever had!). You can start your meal with any of our bold-tasting appetizers, and then make your way to one of our robust pasta selections, such as our Linguini with Clams or our classic Chicken Parmesan. You can also dive into any of our delectable seafood selections or take your taste buds to our succulent steaks and baby back ribs. And if none of these suit your tastes, maybe one of our HALF-pound burgers made of top-of-the-line Black Angus will change your mind. It will surely be the best burger you’ll ever have in Blakeslee or anywhere else in the Poconos!

Our bar features classic beers that everyone enjoys, along with our big screen TV and our friendly and enjoyable environment. Also make sure to come and check our daily specials in both our restaurant and our fantastic, seasonal specials!



JIM THORPE Jim Thorpe, Pa is consistently ranked on national media “Best” lists, and recognized among the most fun, most beautiful, most romantic and best adventure towns to visit.


Nestled in the breathtaking Lehigh Gorge, this Victorian town is teeming with history, romance and family fun. You’ll enjoy the walkable downtown’s accommodations, shops, restaurants, pubs, wine-tasting and live entertainment, as well as all the outdoor adventure you'd expect in the Pocono Mountains.


Jim Thorpe is perfect for a weekend jaunt or an extended stay vacation - located just 1.5 hours from Philadelphia, 2 hours from New York City and less than 3 hours from Baltimore.


Come see for yourself and make Jim Thorpe your “Best” getaway!


SPLIT ROCK GOLF COURSE Split Rock Golf Course and Sunset Green Restaurant are located in the Pocono Mountains of PA. Easily accessible off of I-80 and the NE Extension of the PA Turnpike. Split Rock offers 27-holes of traditional golf and 18 holes of Footgolf to the public. It's majestic 585-yard 11th hole claims one of the most spectacular views in the entire Northeast, let alone one found on a golf course. Play takes about 4 1/2 hours to complete 18 holes.



AUSTIN T BLAKESLEE NATURAL AREA Austin T Blakeslee Natural Area (Highland Trail) is a 2.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Blakeslee, Pennsylvania nd features a waterfall and is good for all skills.  The trail is used for hiking, walking, fishing, and fly-fishing and is accessible year round. Dogs are permitted.

HICKORY RUN STATE PARK The 15,990-acre Hickory Run State Park, Carbon County, lies in the western foothills of the Pocono Mountains. This large park has over 40 miles of hiking trails, three state park natural areas, and miles of trout streams. Boulder Field, a striking boulder-strewn area, is a National Natural Landmark.

Most of the park trails were created by the Civilian Conservation Corps under the guidance of the National Park Service between 1936 and 1945. Many of the trails were old roads from the towns of Hickory Run and Saylorsville that flourished in the area between 1830 and 1900. As you hike, think of all the people and families that have used these trails in the past and preserve these trails for the use of future generations. Trail Guidelines: • Yellow blazes are hiking only trails. • Blue blazes are hiking and cross-country skiing trails. • Orange blazes are hiking and snowmobiling trails. A BEACH TRAIL: 0.5 mile, easiest hiking Beach Trail provides an easy walk from Sand Spring Lake to the campground. The trail stretches from the lower loops of the campground, passing by sites 17, 53, 152, and 158 below the amphitheater. From there it crosses PA 534, across the road bridge, and continues on the service road to the beach. B BEAR TRAIL: 1.1 miles, easiest hiking This wide, grassy trail branches off of Fourth Run Trail and ends at the northern park boundary (white blazes). It is possible to walk the park boundary to get to Leonardsville or Stage trails, but this can be difficult due to thick vegetation and should only be attempted by experienced hikers. C BLUE TRAIL: 1 mile, easiest hiking, cross-country skiing This thin trail winds through a forest dominated by chestnut oak, mountain laurel (blooms mid-late June), and rhododendron (blooms early-mid July). Blue Trail is a connection between Pine Hill and Sand Spring trails. Blueberry picking is excellent along this trail close to the junction of Pine Hill Trail. Blue Trail also offers one of the best areas in the park to view mountain laurel when in bloom, but can be especially wet after rain or snow melt. D BOULDER FIELD TRAIL: 3.5 miles, more difficult hiking The trail runs between Boulder Field and PA 534. Parking is available off of PA 534 across from Hawk Falls, or at Boulder Field. The trailhead at Boulder Field is directly across the field from the parking lot (look for the big yellow blaze on a tree). A modest elevation change and the rocky nature of the trail near Boulder Field makes the 3.5 miles seem longer in distance. This trail runs through sections of hemlock, spruce, and beech forests. Bears, owls, white-tailed deer, turkeys, snowshoe hares, and ruffed grouse are sometimes encountered along the trail. Hikers should allow 4 to 5 hours for a roundtrip trek. E DEER TRAIL: 0.5 mile, easiest hiking Parking is available at the trailhead along the Sand Spring Day Use Area road. The trail ends at PA 534. Deer Trail is an old logging road and is fairly open. In the spring and fall, vernal and autumnal pools along the trail are filled with various frog, toad, and salamander species. Deer Trail is also an excellent trail for bird watching and listening for owls. F FIRELINE TRAIL: 2.4 miles, most difficult hiking, cross-country skiing Parking is available in a lot off of PA 534. Originally developed as an access road for firefighting equipment, this trail runs from PA 534 in the west, intersects Skyline and Gould trails, to an intersection with Hickory Run Trail. About 0.5 mile from the trailhead is a picturesque overlook of the Lehigh River and Lehigh Gorge State Park. This is one of the most beautiful spots in the park to watch a sunset. Fireline Trail is scenic, but sections of the trail are open, steep, and rocky making for challenging hiking, especially in the heat of summer. Along this trail, watch for songbirds including prairie warblers, eastern bluebirds, and hawks. G FOURTH RUN TRAIL: 4.8 miles, more difficult hiking, snowmobiling The longest trail in the park passes through a wide variety of landscapes and habitats. Parking is available off of Boulder Field Road or by the park office. From the park office walk the road behind the chapel 0.3 mile to the trailhead. Ridge, Manor House, Stage, Bear, and Stone trails intersect Fourth Run Trail. Fourth Run crosses the trail three times and is excellent fishing for native brook trout. The trail dives under the turnpike in a wide tunnel that is prone to flooding during heavy rain. Numerous blueberry and huckleberry bushes are along this trail. H GAMEWIRE TRAIL: 3.3 miles, more difficult hiking, snowmobiling Parking is available off of the exit road from Boulder Field or in the overflow lot of the Organized Group Tenting Area (OGT). This trail follows the boundary fence line that used to surround the game preserve of General Harry S. Trexler, who owned most of the property (from 1922-1933) that became Hickory Run State Park. The trail passes through an open forest with mountain and sheep laurel. The first 1/3-mile of the trail starting at the OGT can be very soggy in the spring and after rains. I GOULD TRAIL: 1 mile, easiest hiking Parking is available just west of the Youth Forestry Camp entrance on PA 534. The trail winds through deciduous woods and fields, crossing Goulds Run at the trail’s mid-point at an intersection with Skyline Trail. The southern portion of the trail ends at Fireline Trail. In the summer, look and listen for indigo buntings, broad-winged hawks, field sparrows, and eastern bluebirds along the trail. J HAWK FALLS TRAIL: 0.6 mile, more difficult hiking Parking is available off of PA 534, just east of the turnpike overpass. The trail begins in rhododendron thickets and hugs the side of a hill down to Hawk Run. A large footbridge crosses the creek. The trail bears right at Mud Run, wanders through a tunnel of rhododendron and ends with a view of Hawk Falls, a natural, 25-foot waterfall. This trail is also an access point for fishing in Mud Run, which is delayed-harvest and artificial lures only. Hawk Run got its name from the Hawk family that owned a farm on the property across from the parking lot. The trail was an old road from Mauch Chunk (Jim Thorpe) and sometimes remnants of wagon wheels, nails, and horseshoes can be found along the banks of Hawk Run. Swimming is permitted only at the designated swimming area of Sand Spring Lake. K HICKORY RUN TRAIL: 1.3 miles, easiest hiking, cross-country skiing Parking is available by the park office or along PA 534 near the trailhead. This trail starts along PA 534 on the sharp bend west of the park office. It descends into a field where the National Park Service built a picnic area and parking lot in the 1930s. Parts of the curbing can still be seen among the wildflowers. This is one of the best places in the park to see butterflies. After passing the field, on the left are foundations from the village of Hickory Run dating back to the early 1800s. A brick mill was established along the trail and sometimes these bricks, with Hickory Run printed on them, are exposed. Please do not remove any of these bricks. At the halfway mark of the trail, a footbridge crosses Hickory Run to Sand Spring Trail on the other side of the creek. Hickory Run Trail does not cross the bridge, but narrows and follows the creek to end at Fireline Trail near the Lehigh River. L LAKE TRAIL: 0.6 mile, easiest hiking, snowmobiling Parking is available at Hickory Run Lake off of Boulder Field Road. The trailhead is about 100 yards up the road past the parking area. This short but very scenic trail runs around the back of Hickory Run Lake and connects to Stage Trail. Two streams must be crossed, but this is not a problem unless it has been raining heavily. M LEONARDSVILLE TRAIL: 0.6 mile, easiest hiking Leonardsville Trail branches off the western end of Stage Trail and ends at the park boundary (white blazes) with State Game Lands 40. The trail resembles a tunnel through a remarkably dense stand of rhododendrons and at times can seem almost completely enclosed. A few small stream crossings are required. The trail is a good place to look for animal tracks because the surface is mostly dirt. During the 1800s this trail was the main road between the villages of Leonardsville and Saylorsville. N MANOR HOUSE TRAIL: 2.2 miles, more difficult hiking, snowmobiling Parking is available off of PA 534 at the Fireline Trail trailhead, or at the park office. Manor House Trail does not begin at the Manor House. When parking at the park office, follow the road behind the Chapel for approximately 0.3-mile to the Fourth Run Trailhead. Manor House Trail splits off of Fourth Run Trail and curves toward the park boundary (white blazes). The trail then follows the park boundary eventually leaving the boundary to meet PA 534 across from the Fireline Trail trailhead. Most of the trail is easy walking, but the one and half mile section closest to PA 534 is very rocky. O NATURE TRAIL: 0.4 mile, easiest hiking Parking is available in the pavilion parking lot. The trailhead is near the pavilion. This short loop meanders through a variety of tree and plant species. Halfway around the loop, Deer Trail branches off. Self-guided interpretive brochures corresponding with the numbered posts along the trail are available at the trailhead or the park office. P ORCHARD TRAIL: 1.2 miles, most difficult hiking The trail begins at the end of an unpaved access road at the eastern edge of the park off of PA 534, about 0.25-mile past the Hawk Falls/Boulder Field Trail parking area, or it can also be accessed from Hawk Falls Trail. Orchard Trail is shaped like a spoon. Where the 0.5 mile “handle” of the spoon connects to Hawk Falls Trail the trail is steep and rocky. The loop section of the trail is a series of switchbacks down to Mud Run. This trail provides access to the Mud Run Natural Area and fishing in Mud Run, a delayed-harvest and artificial lures only stream. Q PINE HILL TRAIL: 3.9 miles, more difficult hiking, cross-country skiing Parking is available off of PA 534 at the trailhead, east of the campground. Most of the trail follows the park boundary and meanders through an oak/maple forest that is thick with mountain laurel. Blue Trail connects to Pine Hill Trail 1.6 miles from the trailhead. The latter portion of the trail descends toward the Lehigh River. The trail ends at the intersection of Sand Spring Trail. A short, steep, rocky section near the end of the trail is unsuitable for cross-country skiing. R RIDGE TRAIL: 1.1 miles, more difficult hiking Parking is available along the one-way road between Saylorsville Dam and the park office. When parking at the park office, follow the road behind the Chapel to the Fourth Run Trail trailhead. Ridge Trail is narrow and winds through the valley carved by Hickory Run. Near the fordway are remains of a double sawmill and flash dam built in the 1830s. S SAND SPRING TRAIL: 2.6 miles, more difficult hiking, cross-country skiing The trail begins in the campground near sites 13 and 108 and soon crosses an unbridged stream. Blue Trail branches off 0.25 mile from the trailhead. Hikers can also access the trail downstream from the park office beyond the sewage treatment plant. Parking for this access point is at the park office or the parking lot several hundred yards west of the park office on PA 534. The lower part of the trail was built over the old railroad bed that served the brick factory. A wooden water tower and waterlines seen along the trail are artifacts from the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps and Works Progress Administration during the mid-1930s and 40s that originally developed the park as a National Recreational Demonstration Area. Thick rhododendrons and large birch trees shadow large portions of the trail. Sand Spring Trail ends at the junction of Pine Hill Trail near the Lehigh River. T SHADES OF DEATH: 1 mile, most difficult hiking Parking is available by the park office or along PA 534 by the amphitheater. Although it has a gruesome name (attributed to the thick forests and rough terrain experienced by the early settlers), this is probably the most picturesque trail in the park. This rocky trail follows Sand Spring Run and meanders through rhododendron thickets and unique rock formations. There are also remains of logging mills and dams dating back to the early 1800s. Trout fishing is popular at the three dams found along the trail. Shades of Death is a favorite among bird watchers and is an excellent place to spot Blackburnian and black-throated green warblers in the spring and summer. U SKYLINE TRAIL: 2.1 miles, more difficult hiking, cross-country skiing Narrow Skyline trail loops between Fireline and Gould trails. About 0.3 mile from the Fireline Trail trailhead, Skyline Trail branches off and meanders through a forest dominated by beech, gray birch, and pitch pine. Skyline Trail loops through Gould Trail and heads on to cross Fireline Trail by the Lehigh River and continues on the edge of a steep slope that provides an excellent view of the Lehigh River, then merges with Fireline Trail. V STAGE TRAIL: 4.5 miles, more difficult hiking, snowmobiling This wide trail bisects the park. Once the stagecoach road from Bethlehem to WilkesBarre, the trail is surprisingly flat and shows the skill of the early road builders. Starting in the northwest section of the park, Stage Trail begins at the park boundary (white blazes), then runs near the group cabin camps. Leonardsville Trail can be accessed from this portion of Stage Trail. The middle section of the trail runs between parts of Boulder Field Road. This lovely section runs across the top of a ridge cloaked in hemlock trees. Lake Trail can be accessed from this portion. The eastern section of the trail begins on the exit road from Boulder Field and descends to the park boundary to become Old Stage Road in the village of Albrightsville. Boulder Field Trail can be accessed from this portion. The east end of Stage Trail is called Bergers Field which is designated as a bluebird area. Please do not disturb the bluebird nest boxes placed around the field. W STONE TRAIL: 2.4 miles, easiest hiking, snowmobiling Parking is available in the Boulder Field parking lot. This wide trail passes sheep laurel, hemlocks, and deciduous forest to the park boundary line. X SWITCHBACK TRAIL: 0.7 mile, more difficult hiking This trail connects Hickory Run Trail and Gould Trail. From Hickory Run Trail, the trail switchbacks up to the plateau, then meanders through a forest of beech, gray birch, and pitch pine to an intersection with Gould Trail. Y BOUNDARY TRAIL: 1.5 miles, easiest hiking This trail connects Stone Trail with Fourth Run Trail. Tell us about your hike at: ExplorePAtrails.com

BOULDER FIELD AT HICKORY RUN STATE PARK Boulder Field is a 6.2 mile back trail located near Lake Harmony.  Beautiful wildflowers and is good for all skill levels. Dogs are permitted.



PETERSONS SKI & CYCLE Peterson’s Ski and Cycle provides you with information and equipment necessary to make the best decision when buying bikes and cycling accessories.  We make sure that you are happy with your purchase for many miles down the road/trail by supporting you with excellent service. Specializing in Bike & Ski Equipment in Blakeslee (570) 646-9223.

POCONO BIKE RENTAL Pocono Bike Rentals and Outdoor AdventuresPocono Bike Rentals is centrally located at the heart of the Poconos, in the historic timber and coal industry town of White Haven, PA. Nestled between the newly minted D&L Black Diamond Rail Trail (10 miles) and what’s nationally recognized as a must see while in PA is the Lehigh Gorge Rail Trail (26 miles). Pocono Bike Rentals is at the epicenter of Poconos Biking and has the lowest price and best bike rentals in the Poconos. Alongside the trail you follow the famous Class III+ Lehigh River. From a whitewater rafter’s prospective or a Poconos Mountain Biking one, it is THE PLACE to be for outdoor adventure enthusiasts!

Mountain biking with Pocono Bike Rental in the world famous Lehigh Gorge State Park is truly like no other biking experience! Imagine yourself, comfortably riding a modern finely tuned bicycle, over a PA State maintained former railroad bed, inside a green canopy of thousands of acres of untouched nature as mother earth intended for you to enjoy! Springtime Pocono biking can give you some amazing leafless views; the summer fun of whitewater rafting after a morning ride is truly exhilarating! During fall foliageseason having less humidity and lots of sunny days, the Poconos provides the perfect setting for year round Pocono Bike Rental fun!

The changing seasons offer many opportunities to experience the Lehigh Gorge State Park and it’s unique beauty and history. Fall has great mountain biking beauty with the backdrop of the amazing foliage as well as summer in it’s full bloom! Mountain biking in the Poconos with Pocono Bike Rental is a great year round activity and it is as easy as renting a bike from us and hitting the trail a block away from our shop! You can ride a loop or take a shuttle back somewhere in between the 36 miles of world famous rail trails. To get an idea of the different trails check out our Lehigh Gorge Trail info page. We also carry a large assortment of: Healthy Snacks, Fresh Fruit, Power Bars and Sports Drinks, bike parts, tires, tubes, biking and hiking guides as well as state park maps and camping info plus other accessories.

POCONO BIKING Here at Pocono Biking we do more than just rent Trek Bikes and provide shuttle services to the Lehigh Gorge Rail-Trail. We offer specialty biking trips that include hiking and whitewater rafting, multi day adventures, Bike Train rides through the Lehigh Gorge State Park and so much more. Experience the biking trail here at Pocono Biking. We pride ourselves on exceptional customer service to ensure you have the ideal stay in Jim Thorpe. We guarantee you will find something of interest and hope to see you and your friends soon. Call us today! 1.800.WHITEWATER (1-800-944-8392)


EXTREME ADVENTURE TRAVEL OUTFITTERS Get ready to have some serious fun in the Poconos this summer! The Lehigh River is the best whitewater rafting river in Pennsylvania with up to thrilling class 3 rapids.

JIM THORPE RIVER ADVENTURES White water rafting has so much to offer people that like to get outside, relax, and recharge. Get away from your daily life for a day and enjoy exciting river rapids, Lehigh Gorge scenery and crisp Pocono Mountain air. Let this beautiful area become an outdoor adventure memory that will last a lifetime. Join us at Jim Thorpe River Adventures to enjoy white water rafting Poconos style!

You’ve entered the Jim Thorpe River Adventure Zone – where you’ll find dedicated river professionals who work and train hard to provide you with a superior white water river experience. In addition to rafting, we specialize in inflatable kayak trips and mountain bike trips – all through the Lehigh Gorge State Park.

From EasyWater to BigTime Whitewater Rafting – we have a river trip for you! Our top-notch office staff will help you decide which trip is just right for you. We have lots of experience explaining things, so call us and we’ll be happy to talk to you.

This year put some outdoor fun back into your life – you know you need it. Look around our website – we think you’ll find a river trip that will rock your world!


POCONO WHITEWATER There’s something fun here at Pocono Whitewater for every level of adventurer! Choose your own pace with mild to wild dam release whitewater and family style whitewater rafting trips, over 30 miles of scenic, easy downhill rail-trail biking excursions and over 700 acres of world class paintball at Skirmish. Grab some friends and come for a half day, full day, or make it a mini vacation. Call us at 1.800.WHITEWATER (1-800-944-8392).

WHITEWATER CHALLENGERS Lehigh River whitewater rafting in the Pocono Mountains offer exciting adventures for beginner and experienced rafters. Choose the option that is right for you from our various trips offered daily. Pick a dam release date to take advantage of extra water for fun and exciting rapids on both our Premier Whitewater Rafting and Family-Style Rafting trips.

WHITEWATER RAFTING ADVENTURES Whitewater Rafting Adventures is the premier rafting and adventure outfitter in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. Located just a short drive from the historic town of Jim Thorpe, Whitewater Rafting Adventures has been offering outdoor adventures, taking advantage of everything that the Lehigh River has to offer, for over 30 years. We are family owned and operated, love what we do and believe that it shows. Whether you are looking to raft class II and III rapids on the Lehigh River, take a leap of faith off of our 900 ft long Zipline, have an adrenaline pumping paintball shootout or enjoy a bike ride along the Lehigh Gorge Trail, Whitewater Rafting Adventures will provide you with a memorable outdoor experience in addition to the personal service that you deserve. Our friendly staff and knowledgeable guides are driven to provide you with the safest and most action packed adventure possible. Our focus is, and always will be, on making sure that you have a fun, safe and memorable day. You are important to us and we want you to feel that way. Come white water rafting in Pa and experience the WRA difference. Fresh air, good friends and a great time, you'll be glad you did.


PAINT ASYLUM Paintball hurts less than you think it will, like getting your first haircut. Stacked logs, stumps, and tangled thickets make good hiding spots - or are they obstacles? Clad in camouflage and goggles, players will navigate that question while stalking the woods at The Paintball Asylum. Grasp paintball guns during color-splattering rounds of the game, which resembles a grittier Capture the Flag.

The Paintball Asylum is located at the base of Camelback Mtn. Resort in Tannersville, Pa. We play on thirty acres of wooden terrain with eight different fields!

Everyone from ten years old to one hundred is welcome to play, we have all the gear you need in our on site fully stocked pro-shop.

Thinking of something different to do? paintball is perfect for birthday parties, bachelor parties and corporate team building events. Contact us today to reserve your group! 570-629-3852.


SKIRMISH USA Skirmish Paintball is home to over 50 of the best paintball maps on the planet spanning 700+ acres of prime Pocono Mountain real estate.

Our paintball maps contain everything you could possibly want in field topography; open fields, dense woods, creeks, bridges, swamps, rhododendron trees, forts, villages, TWO CASTLES, cargo containers, tanks, airplanes, speedball arenas, and inflatable bunkers. You name it – Skirmish has it!

  1. is no experience necessary to play here at Skirmish Paintball. We will provide your paintball equipment and our friendly and knowledgeable staff are always on hand to answer your questions, give you tips and help with whatever you need.




Jim Thorpe, Pa is consistently ranked on national media “Best” lists, and recognized among the most fun, most beautiful, most romantic and best adventure towns to visit.


Nestled in the breathtaking Lehigh Gorge, this Victorian town is teeming with history, romance and family fun. You’ll enjoy the walkable downtown’s accommodations, shops, restaurants, pubs, wine-tasting and live entertainment, as well as all the outdoor adventure you'd expect in the Pocono Mountains.

THE CROSSING PREMIUM OUTLETS click here for a list of the OUTLET STORES right down the street.




JACK FROST SKI AREA which skiers can ski from 8 am to 4 pm Mon-Fri. Tubing, lessons and snow boarding, ski rentals and much more.. BIG BOULDER SKI AREA is open Monday-Friday from 4 pm to 10 pm. Night Skiing at its finest. Also on weekends Big Boulder is open 8 am to 10 pm. Jack Frost & Big Boulder area opened together, so you can ski two mountains for the price of one.

CAMELBACK SKI AREA Camelback Mountain remains among the top ski resorts in PA! Voted #1 resort in Pennsylvania 4 years in a row, Camelback's ski resort offers the biggest skiing & snowboarding terrain in the area, as well as the Biggest Snow tubing Park in the USA! They are 100% lit for night skiing and home of the several Terrain-Based Learning programs for kids & adults. Their trails are friendly for both beginning riders to the most advanced skiers and snowboarders. Come experience winter fun like never before. Become part of our family at Camelback Mountain Ski Resort in the beautiful Pocono Mountains, PA.

SHAWNEE SKI AREA Offers year round fun for everyone with skiing, tubing and snow boarding in the winter to festivals all the time. POCONO GARLIC FEST, POCONO PUPPY PALOOZA, AUTUMN TIMBER FESTIVAL, POCONO FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL




H20ooh Indoor Water Park located in Lake Harmony. H20ooohh! is a family indoor waterpark located in the Town Center at Split Rock Resort. With 53,326 square feet of water attractions to enjoy, H20ooohh! has three four-story slides, a wavepool, activity pool, Jungle play structure with dumping bucket, and Leapin' Lillypads crossing area.

KALAHARI WATERPARK Experience America's Largest Indoor Waterpark at 220,000 sq. ft. featuring a retractable roof, stand-up surfing or body boarding on the FlowRider, the twists and turns of the Anaconda and Swahili Swirl waterslides, relaxing lazy river and indoor/outdoor family hot tub, ride the waves in the wave pool or experiences tons of activities for the little ones and much, much more!

CAMELBEACH 37 rides slides and attractions Camelbeach is the biggest waterpark in PA. Bring the whole family and enjoy a refreshing day of fun in the sun at Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark. Camelbeach is conveniently located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania just off interstate 80 and close to New York City and Philadelphia. Buy your tickets online now and save! CLICK HERE TO BUY DISCOUNT TICKETS

AQUATOPIA Uniquely themed indoor waterpark in the Poconos located in Tannersville. Surrounded with pools, rides, slides. Indoor water park with high-speed, kid-friendly rides, plus cabana rentals, a swim-up bar & eats.