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Price and Availability Index in Pocono Lake
Vacation Rental Price Information in Pocono Lake
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Pocono Lake. in Pocono Lake, prices can go up to $241 (5/18 - 5/25). The week with the lowest average prices is in July (7/13 - 7/20).
Rental Availability Information in Pocono Lake
Find out the percentage of available rentals in Pocono Lake with the graph above. In a week of July (7/13 - 7/20), 58% of the vacation rentals are booked. Conversely, 93% of the rentals are still available during a week in April (4/27 - 5/4).
The Weather in Pocono Lake
Above are the weather conditions for Pocono Lake. On average, the warmest month is July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 15°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is November.
Adventure and relaxation with a Pocono Lake vacation home
An area of great natural beauty, Pocono Lake features scenic landscapes alongside historic sites. Waterfalls, rivers and the pristine lake itself are just some of the natural attractions that make renting a vacation rental here a great choice. Rustic forest lodges and houses with lake views, all with modern amenities, make great bases as you enjoy time in the outdoors, and a variety of other attractions.
History in Pocono
Learn about the miners who once inhabited Eckley, a small coal mining town with over a 160 years of history. It even featured in Paramount Studio's film 'The Molly Maguires', made in the 1960s. Today the museum teaches visitors all about the lives of miners and their families, in the time when 'coal was king.'
The Antoine Dutot Museum and Gallery boasts a fascinating collection housed in a perfectly preserved brick schoolhouse from the 1850s. A short film explains the origin of the collection, and the history of the Delaware Water Gap.
Children's activities at Pocono Lake
Whizz through the canopy on one of the longest and highest zip lines in the United States. Kittatinny Zipline and Campground offers astounding views of the scenery for miles around. Reach speeds of up to 45 m/hr at around a 150 feet in the air. That's a massive 36 stories.
Children will also love the Black Diamond Equestrian Center, where they can experience overnight horseback camping trips and trail riding.
What to see and do at Lake Pocono
Asa Packer Mansion
The former home of philanthropist and railroad tycoon Asa Packer, this incredible house was built in 1861 and features a central cupola built over a cast iron frame. Explore its 18 rooms and learn about the family's history.
A ledge spreads out across a broad rock face, causing the water to cascade down more than 130 feet. The second highest in the state, these falls are at the end of a stunning trail that is ideal for hiking, walking and bird watching.
Sometimes called the 'Niagra of Pennsylvania', Bushkill Falls is one of the most beautiful attractions in the state. On the same site you can try your hand at panning for gold, and learn about the colorful history of the falls.
Grey Towers National Historic Site
This magical garden is full of dramatic vistas, stone monuments, formal hedges and gigantic old trees. Amidst all of this rises the stately Grey Towers house, with its turrets and casement windows. Hike along the peaceful woodland trails and take in the scenic views.
Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark
Over 37 rides and attractions await at this incredible water park. Ride the Sand Storm, Dune Runner and Vortex flumes, plus smaller flumes and the Blue Nile Adventure River for the little ones.
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