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The most common & popular places (a.k.a points of interests) here in Lake Wallenpaupack are:
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It is recommended to visit Lake Wallenpaupack for more than 2 days. Every day you can choose different entertainment areas for activities with different feelings. On the first day, you can rent a car to enjoy the local lake and coastline scenery. After tasting the local food, you can walk along the trail. At night, you can camp on the Bank of the lake and enjoy the beautiful scenery at night. The next day, you can participate in the local outdoor adventure activities, experience the fun of exploration, and feel the scenery of the jungle. On the third day, you can take a boat to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the lake. You can also go swimming and rowing in the lake.
The area offers a range of child-friendly attractions. In summer, outdoor adventures abound, including swimming, boating, hiking, and cycling. Away from the water, you can also visit museums, equestrian stables, and family amusement parks to ensure that everyone has enough entertainment time.
Every July and August, many family carnivals are held in the local area, and activities suitable for all families.
Lake Wallenpaupack is 2.5 hours' drive from New York City, where you can rent a car and view 52 km of the coastline through navigation. There are also car and RV rentals.
There are many rivers and lakes in the area. You can drive and take a boat. There are free public yachts and many hiking trails.
Enjoy food, music, and fun in the Pocono Mountains, from family-friendly fairs to chic food and wine events, and festivals in the region provide unforgettable fun for everyone. The festival is usually held at the end of August and November every year.
July 4th in Wallenpaupack, you can enjoy the beautiful lake view at night and enjoy the happy atmosphere of the fireworks festival.
Located in the ledges Hotel, the bar glass displays the "all America" wine and beer list, highlighting the American spirit. In addition to exceptional quality food, guests will enjoy the amazing panoramic restaurant of river canyon waterfall and on deck. The history of O'Connor glass factory emphasizes the decoration of the restaurant, and the printing and display of original glass molds combine the historical characteristics of the ledges hotel.
Address: 119 falls Avenue, Hawley, PA 18428
Tel: (570) 226 - 1337
Wallenpaupack brewing company produces and serves a variety of craft beers. Its 10000 square foot facility includes a 20 barrel brewery and a taproom that offers a menu of home-brewed beer and local food.
Address: 73 Welwood Street, Hawley, PA 18428
The camp in the lronwood point recreation area is located on a wooded mountain overlooking the southwest coastline of the lake. It is the nearest campsite to Cairns, burns, and kip, and lake island has four islands, three of which have grills and picnic tables, accessible by boat people. Ironwood point includes 49 tents and trailer sites, as well as 13 sites for tent only lakeside access. The campsite has toilets, showers, and laundry facilities, as well as car dumps, children's playgrounds, ship launches, and docks.
Ledgedale entertainment district
The ledgedale recreation area, near the northwest end of Wallenpaupack, provides 70 wooded locations, adjacent to the 80-acre ledgedale nature area, where there are 2 miles of hiking. In addition to the standard, ledgedale also has an RV dump station, playground, and playroom. There is also a group camp called five-mile point, which has walkable tents on the edge of the lake, a small bay from ledgedale. The five-mile point is reserved for supervised young people, which can hold only about 50 campers.
Wilsonville entertainment district
Wilson Ville recreation area is the largest camping site in Lake Park, Valpo. There are 160 sites along the eastern edge of the reservoir, just southeast of the hiking trails in the Schumann point nature reserve, and the beech has a Creek wildlife reserve. In addition to standard camping facilities, Wilson Ville has a car dump and a children's playground. Nearby is a public beach run by Palmyra. Open from July 1 to labor day, it is the only place in the lake where swimming is allowed.
Lake Wallenpaupack belongs to the continental climate, and the seasonal and diurnal range of temperature season varies greatly. The average temperature in January is - 6 ℃ and that in July is 20 ℃. It is warm in winter and cool in summer. The winter lasts six months. The local lakes are widely distributed, and the average annual precipitation is more than that in summer.
Different entertainment areas of Lake Wallenpaupack have different opening hours, but the activities gather in July and August, and the climate is warm, which is the peak season for tourism. The lake freezes in winter, which is the off-season for tourism.
The Dock on Wallenpaupack
From the wharves in Valen Park, you can enjoy spectacular views of the lake, as well as retro classics and new dishes. The pier offers water-inspired entrees and classic comfort foods such as soups, snacks, salads, sandwiches, and snacks. When the weather is fine, you can eat at the dock and outdoors. During the daily "Lake break" time, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., there are special food and drinks, and a special late-night menu on Friday and Saturday nights.
Address: Lake Wallenpaupack 205 route 507 Hawley, PA 18428
Phone: (570) 226-2124
Fax: (570) 226-6721
Here & Now Brewing Company
Here & now brewing company is a restaurant and craft winery on the main street of Honeydale. The company offers craft beer and bar drinks inspired by its surroundings. Fresh salads, hearty personal pizzas, fortified snacks, and sandwiches are all paired with homemade drinks. All dishes start from scratch and use local ingredients as much as possible. Their mission is to "provide world-class beer and food for people in Honesdale and anyone who happens to pass by".
Address: 645 Main Street Honeywell, PA 18431
Phone: (570) 253-0700
Cocoon cafe and bakery
What can be better than a cup of coffee, a treat, and a good book? In this restaurant, you can sip coffee made from a special blend of coffee beans. Try cheap, fresh "everyday" food. While drinking wine or local craft beer, reading slightly worn words from old books.
Address: 230 Welwood Street, Hawley, PA 18428
Tel: (570) 226 - 6130