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Big Pocono State Park
Perched on Camelback Mountain, Big Pocono State Park is rugged and scenic. A paved, scenic drive encircles the mountaintop and provides a magnificent view of vast portions of Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey.
Camelback Road Tannersville , PA 18372

Toll-Free: 888-PAP-ARKS Phone: 570-894-8336
Web Site: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/bigpocono.aspx
E-mail: tobyhannasp@state.pa.us

 

Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor
As your exploration of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor continues, the landscape ascends. Breathtaking scenery, natural resources and scars from the coal and lumber industries coexist. This mountainous region is known as a mecca for high-quality outdoor recreation. River rafting, mountain biking, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, hunting, camping, fishing, golf, downhill and cross-country skiing are found in numerous resorts, state game lands, rails-to-trails, state, county and municipal parks.

110 North 3rd Street 2nd Fl Room 220 Lehighton , PA 18235
Phone: 610-923-3548
Web Site: www.delwareandlehigh.org

 

Delaware State Forest
As your exploration of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor continues, the landscape ascends. Breathtaking scenery, natural resources and scars from the coal and lumber industries coexist. This mountainous region is known as a mecca for high-quality outdoor recreation. River rafting, mountain biking, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, hunting, camping, fishing, golf, downhill and cross-country skiing are found in numerous resorts, state game lands, rails-to-trails, state, county and municipal parks.

HC 1 Box 95 A Swiftwater , PA 18370
Phone: 570-895-4000
Web Site: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/forestry/stateforests/delaware.aspx
E-mail: fd19@dcnr.state.pa.us

 

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
Established by Congress on September 1, 1965, for public outdoor recreation use and for the preservation of scenic, scientific, and historic resources. The area is rich in both cultural and natural history. The ridges and river valley contain streams, waterfalls, geologic features, a diversity of plants and wildlife, and traces of past occupants and cultures. Popular activities include canoing, rafting, fishing, picnicking and camping.

River Road Bushkill , PA 18324-9999
Phone: 570-588-2452
Web Site: http://www.nps.gov/dewa

 

Francis E. Walter Dam
Francis E. Walter Dam - An 1,800-acre project, having a small 80 acre reservoir but no Corps-operated recreation facilities. There is a boat launch area (no ramp), although there is a 10 hp limit. Swimming is not permitted. Picnicking, hiking and fishing are available, as is hunting, in season, on adjacent PA Game Commission lands. Whitewater rafting is also available downstream. Information on whitewater releases can be obtained by accessing the Philadelphia District Web site and checking under Francis E. Walter Dam. The watershed above the dam has been glaciated, resulting in scoured summits and valley walls and a number of ponds and swamps.

Route 940 White Haven , PA 18661
Phone: 717-443-9493
Web Site: http://www.recreation.gov

 

Gouldsboro State Park
Gouldsboro State Park, in Monroe and Wayne counties in northeastern Pennsylvania, contains 2,800 acres of land, including the 250-acre Gouldsboro Lake.

Route 507 Tobyhanna , PA 18466
Toll-Free: 888-PAP-ARKS Phone: 570-894-8336
Web Site: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/gouldsboro.aspx
E-mail: tobyhanna@state.pa.us

 

Lehigh Gorge State Park
Lehigh Gorge State Park is administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of State Parks, and is in Luzerne and Carbon counties in eastern Pennsylvania. The park follows the Lehigh River from the outlet of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Francis E. Walter Dam at the northern end, to the town of Jim Thorpe at the southern end of the park. The deep gorge, steep walls and thick vegetation, rock outcroppings and many waterfalls characterize the entire park.

RR 1 Box 81 White Haven , PA 18661
Toll-Free: 888-PAP-ARKS Phone: 570-443-0400
Web Site: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/lehighgorge.aspx
E-mail: hickoryrunsp@state.pa.us

 

Nescopeck State Park
Encompasses 3,550 acres in Butler and Dennison townships in Luzerne County. Currently under development as one of PA's newest state parks and will include an environmental education center.

1137 Honey Hold Road Drums , PA 18222
Toll-Free: 888-727-2757 Phone: 570-403-2006
Web Site: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks
E-mail: hickoryrunsp@state.pa.us

 

Promised Land State Park
About 3,000 acres in size, Promised Land State Park is in the Pocono Plateau, 1,800 feet above sea level, and is surrounded by 12,464 acres of Pennsylvania's Delaware State Forest, including natural areas. The forests of the park consist primarily of beech, oak, maple and hemlock trees. Two lakes and several small streams add to the park's outstanding scenic beauty. Campround and cabins located on-site.

Route 390 RR 1 Box 96 Greentown , PA 18426
Toll-Free: 888-PAP-ARKS Phone: 570-676-3428 | Fax: 570-676-5043
Web Site: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/promisedland.aspx
E-mail: promisedlandsp@state.pa.us

 

Tobyhanna State Park
Tobyhanna State Park is located in Monroe and Wayne counties in northeastern Pennsylvania. The park consists of 5,440 acres of land area including a 170-acre lake.

Route 423 Tobyhanna , PA 18466
Toll-Free: 888-PAP-ARKS Phone: 570-894-8336
Web Site: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/tobyhanna.aspx
E-mail: tobyhannasp@state.pa.us

 

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