ABOUT VACATION RENTALS IN PENNSYLVANIA
Pennsylvania vacation rentals have many activities to please the active vacationer. Fishing enthusiasts love the abundance of smallmouth bass ("smallies"). Canoeing and kayaking are also popular pastimes. Pennsylvania is a great place if you like your outdoor fun on the secluded side. Anglers and boaters have also discovered the bounty of Lake Wallenpaupack on the border of Wayne and Pike counties. The lake is the third largest man-made lake in Pennsylvania. It has 52-miles of shoreline, making a day at the beach another option. The lake has six recreation areas featuring hundreds of acres of forest lands, wildlife, walking trails, and boat slips
Bushkill, Pennsylvania is the perfect setting for a mountain vacation. Located in the Pocono Mountains, Bushkill has long been the vacation spot for those fleeing the confines of New York City, New Jersey, and Philadelphia. Once known as the "honeymoon capital of the world", the Poconos today is a great spot for anyone, including honeymooners, seeking a relaxing vacation in the Great Outdoors.
People looking for an all-inclusive place for outdoor activities will love the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area (DWG). The DWG is 70,000 acres of natural wilderness preserving over 40 miles of the Delaware River on both the Pennsylvania and New Jersey shores. The Appalachian Trail ambles along 30 miles of the New Jersey water gap, and there are plenty of smaller trails and nature walks leading off the AP Trail for day-hikers.
Lake Ariel is the perfect setting for Pennsylvania vacation rentals. The lake is located in the Pocono Mountains, an area that has long been a vacation spot for those from New York City, New Jersey, and Philadelphia who wanted to escape the madding crowds and venture into the mountains. History buffs will want to visit the Pocono Indian Museum, located in nearby Bushkill. This is the only museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania dedicated to highlighting the life and times of the Delaware Indians.