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                                                     The Inn at Pocono Manor

The Inn at Pocono Manor Resort, located on 3,000 acres, has 150 rooms and suites with great views of the
Pennsylvania mountains. It offers a great combination of new and old.

On the National Register of Historic places, it combines an elegant setting with both era based decor and modern
amenities like a private movie theater, free wireless Internet and a full-service spa. Families will love the wide array
of activities, including 36 holes of championship golf, horseback-riding, indoor and outdoor pools, hiking and ATV
trails and a small children's play area. Skiing and tubing are available at nearby Camelback during the winter. The
onsite restaurant, The Exchange serves dinner nightly, while the more casual Old Lamplighter Lounge has a delicious
pub menu. Packages which include dinner are available. Kids will love the family movie nights in the theater, ice
cream socials, table tennis tournaments and game nights.

The Mother’s Day Brunch at Pocono Manor is NOT to be missed! There are literally over 80 items in the half day
long buffet brunch. Everything from fresh antipasto to Chicken Franchaise, to a full children’s selection of
hamburgers, chicken fingers and so much more. The annual brunch offers both breakfast and lunch items and a full
dessert buffet. There is waiter service for drinks and coffee/herbal tea
There is so much to do within a 20 minute drive from The Inn at Pocono Manor.
You have endless sightseeing and shops; Events and entertainment. Sights such as:
Bushkill Falls
Often referred to as the "Niagara of Pennsylvania" the
1000-foot-tall Bushkill falls are admittedly less dramatic, but they
are definitely worth a visit if you are out exploring ...
Best For: Kids (3-6)   Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)   Teens

Claws 'N' Paws Wild Animal Park
This modest, outdoor animal park is open from May to
mid-October and is home to more than 120 species of animals --
including lions, tigers, bears, alligators, giraffes, snakes ...
Best For: Tots (0-2)   Kids (3-6)   Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)   
Pennsylvania Water Parks
The Poconos are home to several indoor and outdoor water parks, including
Camelbeach, Great Wolf Lodge and Split Rock. The outdoor
Camelbeach is open late May through early ...
Best For: Tots (0-2)   Kids (3-6)   Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)   Teens (13+)   
Pocono Raceway
If you've got any NASCAR fans in the family, a stop at Pocono
Raceway should probably be on the itinerary. Known as one of
NASCAR's most competitive race tracks, it's also ...
Best For: Kids (3-6)   Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)   Teens (13+)   
Poconos Ski Resorts
Just a couple of hours from New York, Philadelphia and central New
Jersey, the Poconos are popular and affordable if you're looking for a
family ski vacation close to home (if you ...
Best For: Kids (3-6)   Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)   Teens (13+)   

Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm
Open during the summer months, Quiet Valley Farm is an educational
and fun way to spend an afternoon with the kids. Children will learn
from the period-dressed actors, who ...
Best For: Kids (3-6)   Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)  

Steamtown Railroad
If your children are into trains, The Steamtown Railroad historic site is
worth a visit. Trains run April through early December. The Scranton
Limited short excursion rides areGreat for kids and train lovers of ALL

For more information and to book a vacation within 2 hours of the
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