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Pocono Pines Motor Inn & Cottages

Lake Wallenpaupack, Route 507, Tafton, PA 18464 GET DIRECTIONS
Local: 570-226-2772
Fax: 570-226-3805
Tall pines beautify and shade this restful family resort with modern kitchenettes, motel rooms, cottages, and a three-bedroom lodge with fireplace. They have an outdoor pool, playground, game room, horse shoes, and have private docks on Lake Wallenpaupack in the Pocono Mountains. Close to fishing, hunting, hiking, many outdoor activities, only 4 miles from the town of Hawley with many shops. Also many winter activities to include skiing and cross-country skiing, ice fishing, snowmobiling and much more. Across the street from a Sports bar and restaurant. Easy to find on Route 507, 10 miles North of exit 20 of Route 84, and 1 Mile south of the intersection of route 507 and 390.
Availability: Daily, Weekly
Discounts Offered: Military Discount, Senior Citizen Discount
Facility Amenities: Continental Breakfast, Free Continental Breakfast, Outdoor Pool, Picnic Area, Private Baths, Restaurant Nearby
General Information: Number of Rooms: 18
On-site Activities: Fishing, Game Room, Hiking, Playground
Room Amenities: Alarm Clock, Cable/Satellite TV, Coffee Maker, DVD Player, Full Kitchen, Refrigerator
Room Types: 1-Bedroom Units, 2-Bedroom Units, 3+ Bedroom Units

The Historic General Store and Village (Eagles Mere)
We start our roadtrip off amongst the tree-lined mountains of this town, 2,100 feet above sea level, to give you a perspective of the colorful fall landscape. When you arrive, stop by the old General Store dating back to the mid 1800's. Here is where you'll find over ten specialty shops including gold smiths, gift stores, antique shops and bookstores. Be sure to stop by The Sweet Shop for great coffee and breakfast. The motto here is old-fashioned quality makes all the difference.
 
Eagles Mere Museum (Eagles Mere)
As you'll see the folks here are proud of their picturesque village, and when you visit the museum adjacent to the General Store, you'll see why. The Eagles Mere Museum celebrates the towns farming, hotel, and railroad roots. There's also a series of always-changing exhibits to make sure that no two trips are alike. Don't forget to stop at the museum shop on the way out for some souvenirs. Their wooden signs make great gifts.
 
World's End State Park (High Knob Overlook)

Swing by the Jolly Trolley Side Car for a picnic lunch before heading 6-miles through one of PA’s most colorful state forest. It’s time to break out your trusty hiking boots and make your way over to World’s End State Park. Just when you thought autumn in PA couldn’t get any prettier, this narrow S-shaped valley comes along inviting you to take pictures of the sparkling fall foliage. The High Knob Overlook is the best place to get the perfect seat for these breathtaking views. When you’re not staring in awe at the stunning surroundings, you can spend your time in the family cabins, campgrounds, or fishing. The lake is stocked with trout every year and the cold mountain water provides good fishing year round. And what better way to enjoy the wild scenery than a sunset drive back to town through falls most stunning colors.

 

Eat Here
Crestmont Inn (Eagles Mere)
This isn't roadside fare. This is rack of lamb, stuffed flounder, filet mignon and a bevy of gourmet dining options that'll impress the most finicky diner. Stop drooling and start driving. You're almost there.
 

Sleep Here
Eagles Mere Inn (Eagles Mere)
You haven't done bed and breakfast until you've done it in the tiny village of Eagles Mere. Up here, the scenic surroundings are only equaled by the blissful night of sleep you'll find in your cozy bed.

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