When you stay at Skytop Lodge this winter, there’s so much to do and see. We are celebrating the holiday season with a life-size gingerbread house, story time on Friday evenings and our tree lighting ceremony with a special appearance from the big guy himself every Saturday.
When you stay at Skytop Lodge this winter, there’s so much to do and see without leaving the resort. Join us as we celebrate the holiday season with a life-size gingerbread house, story time on Friday evenings and our tree lighting ceremony with a special appearance from the big guy himself every Saturday.
If you’re wondering where to spend Christmas in the Poconos, our answer is simple. At Skytop Lodge, of course! Why you ask? Here are just a few reasons.
The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area offers beautiful hiking conditions during all months of the year. This recreational area is located about 45 minutes from Skytop Lodge depending on the route you choose to take. Many of our guests love to take a day trip to witness the beauty of the mountains up close. If you’re planning on heading out for a hike this winter, here are some tips to help you make the most of your adventure.
From winter hayrides to roasting marshmallows by the fire, there’s nothing quite like spending the holidays in the Poconos, especially when you stay at Skytop Lodge. If you’re staying with us in December, snuggle up and enjoy all the festive activities and hot cocoa that you heart desires. If you’re planning on staying with us for Christmas, tell the kids not to worry and that Santa will know where to find them.
As the premier luxury resort in the Poconos, we love hosting couples on their honeymoon. Skytop Lodge is one of the most coveted destinations in the Northeast with world-class cuisine and the perfect backdrop to celebrate your love.
When you stay at Skytop Lodge, there’s so much to do and see without leaving the resort. But if you’re up for a day trip, these are some of our favorite Pennsylvania mountains to see in the winter. Before you set out on your adventure, check to make sure the parks and trails are open.
A trip to the Poconos is all about reconnecting with yourself and others through nature. There’s no shortage of sights to see, especially high up in the mountains. To us, scenery is so much more than something pleasant to look at. It’s how it makes us feel, where it takes our minds, and who we’re seeing it with that really matter. With that, we hope this list inspires you to take the long way here.
Itching to get out of the city? Tucked high up in the mountains, there’s a 5,500-acre outdoor playground waiting for you. Hear that? Yeah, that’s the trees talking. They’re telling you to come to Skytop Lodge.
There’s nothing like the hauntingly beautiful lakes and forests of the Poconos. Spending Halloween in the Pocono Mountains surrounded by nature is a unique way to appreciate everything you love about the fall season. Harvest festivals, corn mazes, and kid-friendly activities right outside your door are all possible when you stay at Skytop Lodge.
Don’t just plan a vacation—plan the ultimate family escape. Transport to a magical place where adventure and play happen all day, and rest and relaxation are embedded in our nature. Where might you find all of this?
If you’ll be staying at Skytop Lodge this fall, you’re in for a beautiful experience. Even if you aren’t a professional photographer, you’ll want to capture the breathtaking foliage so you can remember your trip to the Poconos. Here’s a roundup of the best places to take photos, located within an hour driving distance from Skytop Lodge.