The Sullivan Trail Inn & Suites is within close proximity to a wealth of attractions, activities, and things to do in Mount Pocono Pennsylvania. Visit everything from locally-owned shops and NASCAR Racetrack to historic landmarks and world-class ski resorts.
East Stroudsburg University, a comprehensive university in northeastern Pennsylvania offering 58 undergraduate and 22 graduate degrees, is one of the 14 institutions in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. East Stroudsburg Normal School opened it doors on September 4, 1893. A faculty of 15 greeted a group of 320 students who had entered the two-year programs in elementary and science education. Although the Normal School was originally privately owned, ownership was transferred to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1920, and the name was changed to East Stroudsburg State Normal School.
In 1927, the right to confer the degrees of bachelor of science in education and bachelor of science in health education was granted, and the school's name then became the State Teachers College at East Stroudsburg. In 1960, the college's name was changed to East Stroudsburg State College, reflecting the addition of liberal arts and science curricula. In November 1982, the State System of Higher Education was authorized by Senate Bill 506. The college officially became East Stroudsburg University on July 1, 1983.
Ahead to the Future – Most people don’t realize all of the unusual facets that Pocono has concerning its location and its structure. Pocono is in the Magic Triangle – New York, Philadelphia and Pocono Raceway are all 90 miles away from each other – with New York as the #1 TV market and Philadelphia as the #4 TV market. Pocono is within 200 miles of 60 million people and when you consider that the average NASCAR Sprint Cup fan travels 300 miles, we are in the highest population density of any other Sprint Cup track. Our unusual triangular configuration is conducive to many lead changes especially with the longest straightaway and the widest main straight with the longest and widest Pit Road. All of these features give Pocono uniqueness – a very enjoyable difference.
Back to the Good Old Days – In the early 1900's auto racing began by racing automobiles around horse racing tracks at fairgrounds, along with all the ambiance of the state fairs, all kinds of food, picnics, clowns, jugglers, acrobats, bands with lots of different music – that’s what you’ll see at Pocono with our Back to the Good Old Days motto. We thank all of you who have helped us to arrive at this point, especially Bill France Sr. and Annie B., who convinced us to stay the course.
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About Mount Airy Casino Resort The lakeside Mount Airy Casino Resort is located in the heart of the beautiful Pocono Mountains. The casino resort features a mix of more than 2,075 of the latest slot machines and hottest table games. Dining options at the resort include red Steakhouse, offering prime aged steaks and the freshest seafood; Le Sorelle Cucina, offering Italian delicacies; Betty's Diner, featuring All-American dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner; The Buffet at Mount Airy, featuring seven distinct stations and our Sunday Signature Brunch.
The casino resort's upscale Gypsies Lounge & Nightclub, which offers a mix of live bands and other acts, has one of the best sound systems in the Mid-Atlantic region. The Spa at Mount Airy provides guests with a range of invigorating spa treatments, including facials, skin treatments, hair styling, personalized massages and more. The 18-hole golf course set in the mountainous terrain offers a challenge to golfers of all skill levels and offers spectacular vistas.
For 57 years, the Land of Make Believe has been entertaining families from the tri-state area. Family favorites include our million dollar Action River Ride, the Brand New Ferris Wheel, a Roller Coaster, Buccaneer Pirate & Wading Pool, Tilt-A-Whirl, Civil War Locomotive, Hayride, Old McDonald's Farm, Middle-Earth Theater, "Black Hole" #1 Rated Waterslide, Grand Carousel, Sidewinder, Pirates Fort, Pirates Cannonball, Pirate's Plunge, Jump Around Frog, Free Fallin', Mining Company and Lots, Lots More.
As New Jersey's Premiere Family Amusement & WaterPark, the Land of Make Believe features Safe and Wholesome recreation, entertainment and activities for real families like yours. You'll find Exciting Rides, Shows, Attractions, Games, WaterPark, and Picnic Area on over 30 acres. The Land of Make Believe and Pirate's Cove has been designed exclusively for an action-packed day of special family fun for parents and their children.
The Land of Make Believe is located in northwest New Jersey, 60 miles west of New York City, and 10 miles east of the Delaware River just off Route 80, exit 12. Nestled in the foothills of the famous Jenny Jump Mountains and State Park, the Land of Make Believe is a landmark in the historic town of Hope. Only one hour from the Lincoln Tunnel or George Washington Bridge, 90 minutes from Philadelphia or Scranton, Pennsylvania.
40 miles of calm river
67,000 acres of valley
the world-famous "Water Gap"
100 miles of trails along streams, ridges, and mountains
27 miles of the Appalachian Trail
waterfalls and rhododendron ravines
200 miles of scenic roadways
200 structures from the valley's colonial and recent past
a park formed by a river's might and a people's conservation conviction Come Explore!
The "Niagara of Pennsylvania," Bushkill Falls is among the Keystone State's most famous scenic attractions. This unique series of eight waterfalls, nestled deep in the wooded Pocono Mountains, is accessible through an excellent network of hiking trails and bridges which afford fabulous views of the falls and the surrounding forest.
Jim Thorpe Memorial is dedicated to this famous athlete, who is considered one of the greatest Olympic athletes of his generation. His memorial is made of red marble, and depicts several images of him engaged in sports. The location has his statue as well, which depicts him as a football player. Another one in the same location, shows Thorpe holding a discus. The mound on which his memorial is placed, consists of soil from his native country, Oklahoma, from the Olympics ground in Stockholm, and from New York's Polo Grounds.Route 903
Camelback Mountain Resort is a great place for skiing and snowboarding. Nestled in the Pocono Mountains, it offers unrivaled recreation with a splendid view. There are about 34 slopes which have several vertical drops and lifts that are great entertainment and fun for families. In the district of Poconos, this is among the largest ski resorts and is visited by millions during the winter months.1 Camelback Road
This beautiful Jack Frost Ski Resort is a resort for exploring new ways of learning and enjoying skiing. This resort offers around 20 trails, and a terrain park that is used for skiing and snowboarding. People from all over come here to visit, learn and gain a new experience in the something new. The resort features two lodges, that is situated at the bottom of the mountain. A huge parking lot space is available too. Cafes are available for the skiiers and snowboarders from refreshments.1 Jack Frost Mountain Road
During the heat and humidity of summer in the Poconos, one of the most popular nearby attractions is this fun-filled waterpark. Bigger kids (even of the adult variety) will thrill to the largest manmade waves in the Northeast at the Kahuna Lagoon wave pool. For some wet and wild fun, try the Titan waterslide—nearly eight-stories tall and 819 feet long—the largest in a three-state radius. For those less adventurous, enjoy mat slides, tube slides or raft slides. Little ones have their own slides in Camel Cove, as well as interactive water fun with a giant tipping bucket. Other attractions include Blue Nile Adventure River, a competition-size swimming pool, bumper boats and miniature golf. Food service venues offer everything from snacks to dinner. Admission fees: $23.95 general admission; $19.95 child age 3-11/senior Age 65+; $10.95 spectator fee. Check their website for varying open days.I-80 (exit 299)
1 Jack Frost Mountain Road 1 Sout Lake Drive
Blakeslee, Pennsylvania 18610 Lake Harmoney, Pennsylvania 18624
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