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5 Places for Holiday Shopping in the Poconos

It’s that time of year again. The air is cooling, the leaves are falling, and store shelves are already stocked with holiday ornaments and gift ideas. Shoppers have their wallets at the ready for Black Friday. Once Turkey Day has passed, it’s a race to the finish line of wrapped presents under the tree.

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5 Places for Holiday Shopping in the Poconos

The Perfect Poconos Winter Wedding

If you’re considering a destination wedding during the wintertime, the Poconos is a magical place for your special day. It’s quiet and picturesque, especially in the cold season when the woods are blanketed with sparkling snow. The air is crisp and the landscape looks like a scene from a Thomas Kinkade p

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The Perfect Poconos Winter Wedding

Thanksgiving at Skytop

Fall is a time for family, friends and food. The leaves burst into bright shades of crimson and gold before they start to cover the ground. The weather turns as crisp as an autumn apple, and November travelers plan the first holiday of the season surrounded by loved ones. Around 95% of Americans spend time with family on Thanksgiving, whether sitting around the dinner table carving a turkey, at the movie theater or on vacation.

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Thanksgiving at Skytop

5 Best Places to Catch a Poconos Sunset

The Poconos region is one of the most scenic places in the eastern U.S. Covering about 2,400-square-miles in Pennsylvania and its northern neighbors, it’s home to mountains, lakes, waterfalls and miles of lush, green woods. While any time of day is ideal to view the area’s natural beauty, sunset offers some of the most idyllic and photo-worthy scenes. Here are five of our favorite spots to witness stellar sunsets in the Pocono Mountains.

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5 Best Places to Catch a Poconos Sunset

Mayhem in the Poconos

The Poconos is a pleasant place, from its stunning mountain vistas to the friendly people and comfortable lodges. But once a year, Pennsylvania’s most scenic vacation spot transforms into a spooky spectacle.

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Mayhem in the Poconos

3 Safe and Scenic Drives in the Poconos

Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains region is one of the most spectacular places on the East Coast. The scenery here is worthy of a picture postcard, from orange-red sunsets over the Delaware Water Gap to Bushkill Falls – sometimes called the “Niagara Falls of Pennsylvania” – and the snow-covered slopes of Shawnee Mountain. Nearly every drive here is magical, especially if you veer into the area’s many charming towns and villages.

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3 Safe and Scenic Drives in the Poconos

Snow Tubing & Other Winter Adventures in the Poconos

In the cooler season, Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains region transforms into a winter wonderland. By early December, the area is blanketed in a thick layer of sparkling snow. Woodland trails become scenes straight out of a postcard, with maples, birch trees and evergreens dusted in white.

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Snow Tubing & Other Winter Adventures in the Poconos

Fall Scenery & Activities in the Poconos

Summer may be prime vacation time for beach locations, but fall is the most impressive season in the Poconos. Maples, oaks and birch trees explode with color, their leaves bursting in gold and crimson until the winter drop. It’s the time for sipping hot cider and breaking out the sweaters. If you’re headed to the Poconos in Pennsylvania this fall, here are a few of the activities and sights to expect.

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Fall Scenery & Activities in the Poconos

How to Propose in the Poconos

It’s time. You have the perfect partner by your side – the one who cheers you up after a hard day at work, brings you soup when you’re sick and, frankly, makes every day just a little better with their presence. Now, you’re ready to take the next step.

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How to Propose in the Poconos

Thanksgiving in the Poconos

Fall is a beautiful time to visit the Poconos Mountains. The forests are awash with bright earth tones, the air is crisp, and travelers indulge in pumpkin spice lattes and campfire cookouts. Families gear up for the winter, and look forward to holidays filled with comfort foods like turkey and stuffing with cranberry sauce.

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Thanksgiving in the Poconos

Family Fun: Searching for “Kindness Rocks” in the Poconos

One community group in the Poconos has taken treasure hunting to a new level. Hidden around town – on courthouse steps, outside of stores, on sidewalks and even in the woods – are “Kindness Rocks.” These colorful, hand-painted stones are part of a national movement that combines scavenger hunting with the drive to make people happier. The idea is that finding one of these rocks emblazoned with a child’s drawing or an upbeat saying like, “Don’t ever dull your sparkle!” will lift your spirits.

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Family Fun: Searching for “Kindness Rocks” in the Poconos

3 Top East Coast Vacays for the Avid Golfer

The central East Coast is a paradise for golfers. Mild year-round temperatures attract vacationers eager to practice their putting skills. The area from northern Pennsylvania down through the Carolinas offers a variety of courses designed for all skill levels. Newcomers can hone their long drive on a 9-hole, while next door seasoned pros practice scoring a “sandy” out of the bunker on a Jack Nicklaus-designed course.

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3 Top East Coast Vacays for the Avid Golfer