The second trail is accessed from the other
side of Honesdale-Mast Hope and about a half-mile down from the woodland road
turn(no parking). It rises 300 feet to the highest point in the area(Point Peter), work-
ing along the hill to the top, about a mile. The trail proceeds, but reaches ...
Boat access next to the Milford Beach on the Delaware River. Enjoy a day on the river then a picnic and swim. (Fee Area)
Shohola Lake covers 1,150 acres and is located within State Game Lands 180, which, at 11,372 acres, is one of the largest game lands in Pennsylvania. The terrain is rolling and wooded.State owned with boat launches. Bass, pickerel, muskie, panfish.
Basic boat launch on the Delaware River between Buskill and Dingmans Ferry.
Beyond the entrance to Buckhorn, Firetower Road continues and descends to a circular clearing that can be used for parking. You are now in the State gamelands. As you enter the clearing, there is a hiking trail off to your right and a hiking road off to the left. The first is about 2 miles to ...
The 422-acre Promised Lake offers great opportunities for fishing, including ice fishing. The common fish species are largemouth and smallmouth bass, pickerel, muskellunge, yellow perch, sunfish and catfish. Lower Lake is approved trout waters and is stocked with brook, brown and rainbow trout. ...
If you want to experience quiet peaceful fishing and boating,Canoeing and Kayaking at your leisure,try our services,on beautiful Pecks Pond. This is a shallow lake with abundant fish and wildlife with beautiful scenery.
Dingmans Ferry Boat Access with Restrooms and Public Phone (Fee Area)
A fine pond to fish in early spring before the undergrowth takes charge. Lots of birds as well as pike and panfish. (Off Rt. 6 in Lake Wallenpaupack area)
Dingmans Campground is a unique 133-site rustic campground located in the scenic Pocono Mountains in Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania.
Our Family oriented campground and marina are located on the edge of Lake Wallenpaupack.
Be sure to stop by the Lake Wallenpaupack Visitors Center in Hawley, PA. Bring your family and friends, enjoy the lakeside view from the deck and find out all there is to see and do in the Lake Region of the Pocono Mountains.
This lake is small with some deep spots and is very secluded. State owned with boat launch. Some fish you may catch there: Bass, pickerel and panfish. This area is stocked for trout season.
Escape to the great outdoors. Rafting, canoeing, and kayaking on the Delaware River is an adventure waiting for you. Extend your stay in our deluxe cabins, riverside log cabins, group bunkhouse, and tent campgrounds. Summer adventures at Indian Head make a lifetime of memories!
We are a sporting goods store specializing in selling products to help the outdoor enthusiast enjoy all the seasons of the Pocono Mountains and the Delaware Highlands. Hunting and Fishing specialist for Pike County and surrounding areas.
Swimming: There are two sand beaches that are open from late-May to mid-September, 8 a.m. to sunset. The Main Beach is in the Picnic Area. Swim at your own risk. The Pickerel Point Beach is on the end of Pickerel Point. Swim at your own risk. All children ten years of age or younger must be ...
Enjoy a picnic after a nice swim in the Delaware River. (Fee Area)
This campground, located in a quiet setting at the lakes southern tip, includes wooded sites for 70 tents and trailers. Slip docks can be rented. Gasoline is available for boats. The site includes a toilet, shower, and laundry building, childrens playground, gameroom and a free ...
Egypt Meadow Lake was created by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1935. Earlier the area was covered with hollow, soft, meadow grass that was harvested and used as packing material for the famous Dorflinger's Glass Works in White Mills, Pa. The glass works began in 1865 and was the ...
Going east on Rt. 6 from 434 and Well Road(roughly
midway between there and the Shohola Falls Trails End entrance, 2 miles either way),
is the turn-in to the paved parking area of State Game Land #180(encompassing the
wetlands of the dammed Shohola Lake)…From the left end of the ...
Delaware State Forest consists of six natural areas throughout Pike County. Delaware State Forest is an area of unique scenic, historical, geological or ecological value, maintained in a relatively undisturbed manner where natural succession will be allowed to occur. Please see each Area listing for
Wilsonville is fun and enjoyable for you and your family. You can camp, boat, or fish. Located just off Route 6.
We rent Pontoon Boats, Kayaks, SUPs (Stand up paddle boards) & Paddle Boats on Lake Wallenpaupack. Great for a fun, relaxing time on the lake cruising around, fishing or swimming.
In the northern reaches of Pike County in Lackawaxen
Township, there are two terrific trails in State Game Land #316. Both are accessed
off the Honesdale-Mast Hope Plank Road, taking Welcome Lake Road off Rt. 590
past Woodloch Pines Resort and the Forest Lake Club to a right ...
Bruce Lake is a natural, glacial lake formed when ice from the Wisconsin Glacier gouged out bedrock and a depression. Glacial till was deposited at the south end of the lake creating a natural dam. The lake is fed entirely by groundwater. The Bruce Lake Natural Area is designated for hiking, ...
Greeley Lake is a shallow and weedy with a large patch of water lilies and a stump field. Access is limited to a small boat launch area along Greeley Lake Road (SR-1002). The access is so small that shore anglers must yield to arriving and departing boats. However, for those who choose Greeley ...
PPL built Lake Wallenpaupack in 1926 as a hydroelectric project. Wallenpaupack serves as an important electric-generating facility in times of high electricity demand. PPL owns most of Lake Wallenpaupack's shoreline. Land is managed in harmony with the environment.
Boat Access with public restrooms and phone along the Delaware River in Bushkill, PA (Fee Area)
Lower Lake consists of 173- acres offering great opportunities fishing, including ice fishing. Lower Lake is approved trout waters and is stocked with brook, brown, and rainbow trout. It is state owned and offers boat launches. This lake is home to several different ...
About a mile eastbound on Rt. 6 from the intersection
with 507 at the Tafton Dike is a left-hand entrance into the Decker Pond area of
State Gameland #183(look for rifle range sign). A short ride on a light duty road,
brings you to a small parking area. From here the trail heads up ...