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Poconos Honeymoon

Do you know why the Pocono Mountains are known as the “Honeymoon Capital of the World” and “The Land of Love?” 

 It could be the scenic panoramic views

The splendor of the Poconos is breathtaking, and you can enjoy it all during your Poconos honeymoon.  This beautiful region has over 2,400 square miles of wooded valleys and mountains.  There are over 150 lakes, including sprawling Lake Wallenpaupack, and six lakes right in our own private resort community, The Hideout.  Some of the best waterfalls on the east coast are in the Pocono Mountians, along with many curving supple rivers and glistening sinuous streams.  Foliage and mountain views can be enjoyed from a variety of panoramic vista points, and especially from sites around the lakes, which means a perfect location for a honeymoon.

 It could be all the attractions, amenities, and activities

 During your Poconos honeymoon, you can enjoy the lush accommodations nestled along a stream or right on one of our six lakes.  Many of our Poconos Mountain honeymoon destinations feature Jacuzzi hot tubs, master suites, pool tables, sprawling stone fireplaces, large decks for sunbathing and relaxing, screened porches for outdoor dining, and pool tables and foosball tables for your enjoyment.  All of our Pocono Mountain honeymoon homes are located in The Hideout, a private four star resort community. 

 All of our Poconos honeymoon guests have access to the many amenities and activities offered in The Hideout.  These include six lakes, two pools, two sandy beaches, a private golf course, a gourmet restaurant and pub, and a ski and snowboard area with a ski lodge, which has a large circular stone fireplace, a snackbar, ski and snowboard rentals, and ski and snowboard lessons.  There’s also indoor and outdoor tennis and basketball, a fitness center, a sports complex, an Arts and Crafts Center with Ceramics Studio, a Woodworkers’ Shop, miniature golf, and much more.

 The surrounding area offers a variety of options as well.  There are numerous horseback riding facilities and stables, as well as golf courses, a driving range, a spa, antique shops, outlet shopping, and paintball.  Our Pocono Mountain honeymoon homes are also located in close proximity to several major ski areas, including Sno (Montage) Mountain, Camelback Ski Area, Elk Mountain, Big Boulder/Jack Frost Ski Area, Big Bear Mountain, Shawnee, and Tanglewood Ski Area.  Equipment rentals, lessons, and snow tubing are also available. 

 Gorgeous Lake Wallenpaupack, 13 ˝ miles in length with 52 miles of shoreline, is just ten minutes away.  Area marinas offer jet ski and power boat rentals.  The vast size of the lake makes it ideal for boating, water skiing, tubing, or just relaxing.  There are several islands on the lake with picnic areas accessible only by boat, providing a quiet and intimate setting.  There are also many recreational areas located at shore points on the lake. 

 It could be the rich history

 The Delaware, Iroquois, Shawnee, Minisink, Lenape, and Paupack Native Americans were the first known inhabitants of the Poconos region.  In 1659, Dutch settlers set up a homestead near the Delaware Water Gap.  In 1664, however, the English forced them to move.  English and German settlers began to arrive, and by 1725 the first permanent settlement was established at Shawnee. 

 The first hotel in the Poconos was constructed in 1829, and by 1857 it was the center of a thriving tourism industry.  By 1900, visitors from New York and Philadelphia were spending summers in the Poconos.  The number of resorts and destinations grew exponentially. 

 During World War II, many soldiers often took their leaves with girlfriends, wives, and families in the Poconos before they went overseas or during their R & R.  Those who first came to the Poconos in love often returned after the war for their honeymoons.  The acclaim of the Poconos as the “Honeymoon Capital of the World” first grew out of this romantic appeal. 

Have you thought about a wedding in The Poconos?

 

  

 

 

 

         

 

     

 

 

 

 

    

 

 
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