The Splash at Fossil Trace
The Splash really is a great outdoor pool. It’s best for younger kids, as most of the facility is geared for kids 10 and younger. Not that older kids and adults can’t have fun, but the slides are pretty short and the “fun” pool is pretty shallow. It’s not nearly as busy as pirates cove and it’s much more peaceful. You can bring in food, so that’s nice. Tip: get there when it opens to snag a chair or table in the shade.
Bushkill Falls is nicknamed “Niagara Falls of Pennsylvania.” It was opened to the public in 1904 by Charles E. Peters, and is still owned by the Peters family.
Camelback Resort is a 4 seasons resort located in Tannersville, Pennsylvania in the Pocono Mountains. Opened in December 1963, Camelback is the largest ski resort in the Poconos.
Family Camp Road
There’s something for everyone at Hickory Run State Park on the western edge of the Pocono Mountains region. Tucked between Lake Harmony and Jim Thorpe, this Carbon County state park stretches almost 16,000 acres and is open all year.
Jack Frost Ski Resort
Jack Frost–Big Boulder are two separate ski areas operated as one resort. It is located in Kidder Township, Carbon County, near White Haven, Pennsylvania, part of the Pocono Mountains region.
Pocono Raceway (formerly Pocono International Raceway), also known as The Tricky Triangle, is a superspeedway located in the Pocono Mountains in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. It is the site of three NASCAR national series races.