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Here in the northeastern corner of Pennsylvania lie the breathtakingly beautiful Pocono Mountains, which include Monroe County. The Poconos encompass 2400 square miles of wooded peaks and valleys with numerous sparkling lakes and rushing rivers, as well as some of the loveliest waterfalls in the East. In the midst of such extraordinary natural beauty are hundreds of attractions and places to stay, making this area the perfect place to vacation year-round.
If you come to the Poconos in the spring and summer, you can enjoy excellent fishing, white-water rafting, golf, hiking, tennis, mountain biking and all manner of water sports. You may want to visit in the autumn, when you can enjoy those activities with a brilliant mosaic of color as a backdrop. Winter blankets the Poconos in white, transforming them into a playground for skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and sleigh rides.
Whatever the season, you'll find the Poconos offer great shopping and interesting historical tours, all of which makes the Poconos ideal for a family vacation, honeymoon, business or corporate meeting, motorcoach trip, convention or a couples getaway - any time of the year.
In addition to its rich cultural heritage, Monroe County is home to much of the Pennsylvania portion of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Sullivan Trail (The portion of the route of General John Sullivan's famous march of 1778 from Easton to New York that reaches from Tannersville to Pocono Pines. This trail leads to the road that scales Big Pocono Mountain, one of the highest points in the Poconos that offers magnificent vistas.), Pocono Raceway (home of two major NASCAR events held annually), Camelbeach Water Park and Camelback Ski Area, Shawnee Mountain Ski Area, The Crossings Premium Outlets, as well as three state parks - Big Pocono State Park, Gouldsboro State Park and Tobyhanna State Park.