Fall has finally arrived in the Poconos. To many, this means the smell of pumpkin lattes poured far and wide. Family fall festivals. Autumn colors abundant in the fallen leaves all over the streets, leaving a rainbow-like shading on our highways. There is a crisp coolness in the air that we are relieved to feel.
The Poconos is home to 127 indigenous species of trees, plants, and shrubs. This makes Fall a very special time to visit the area, with many places and opportunities to soak in the beautiful weather.
Here are a few special ones we like best:
- Fall Foliage Train Excursions:
Narrated train tours throughout the mountain towns of Jim Thorpe, Delaware Water Gap, Honesdale, and east Stroudsburg. A great relaxing event for the entire family to enjoy.
- Vineyard Tours:
We stopped counting at seven wineries, but who’s counting? If you want to get away for a romantic day trip with your special someone, this is a great option.
- Scenic Mountain Drives:
We are suggesting you start out on Route 507 near Lake Wallenpaupack. Talk to the locals for other unique scenic drives through the area.
- Fly Over the Poconos:
Take a break from walking and enjoy a private tour of the Poconos mountains in your own plane. What a breathtaking view to see the Delaware Water Gap in fall. With a local aviation business, there are six tours to choose from, or you cab always plan your own.
- Zip Line in the Poconos:
Fly over the reds and oranges with this exhilarating experience above the trees. You can glide over the areas’ rivers, parks and woodlands for an envious once-in-a-lifetime experience.
So, as you can see, this is just a taste of what Fall can offer you when traveling to the Poconos. Book your trip today, with Rooms101.
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