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Cabin and house vacation rentals in Pocono Township

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Pocono Township

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Cabin in Pocono Summit
Cozy Cabin in the woods-SilverFox in Pocono Summit
The Silver Fox Cabin situated at the heart of Pocono Summit, in the midst of the rustic woodlands and just blocks from Pocono Summit Lake, a spacious retreat and perfect fit for couples and families alike. Despite its woodsy feel, the cabin comes equipped with new appliances and a 50-in. Smart TV. Its airy, vaulted high-ceiling, adorned with natural wood finishes, gives it a true cabin vibe - but with all the amenities of a modern home. The secluded cabin is minutes from many Pocono attractions!
$126 per night
Cabin in Pocono Summit
The Hummingbird Cabin | Pocono Mountains Oasis
Welcome to The Hummingbird Cabin, where modern style meets sequestered oasis. Unwind and relax at this thoughtfully designed cabin and take delight in the simple joys life has to offer. Whether in the hot tub under the stars or on the sofa next to the fireplace, you will find yourself in a total state of serenity. Enjoy a glass of wine with friends and let the memories begin. Just a short drive to ski mountains, trails, lakes and endless outdoor activities, look at our guidebook for local recs.
$317 per night
Home in East Stroudsburg
Hot Tub, Fire Pit, Private Deck | Modern Poconos
Our sleek, modern home is spacious enough to sleep 8 - perfect for a group of family or friends with all of the entertainment we offer! Located in a quiet, gated community, you will feel safe and at peace as you are surrounded by the serene outdoors and wildlife situated here in the Poconos Mountains. 15 min - Delaware Water Gap, Downtown Stroudsburg 20 min - Kalahari Resort, Shawnee Mountain, Big Pocono State Park 30 min - Bushkill Falls Experience East Stroudsburg With Us & Learn More Below!
$196 per night

Stay near Pocono Township's top sights

Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark165 locals recommend
Kalahari334 locals recommend
Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark358 locals recommend
Camelback Mountain Ski Resort753 locals recommend
The Crossings Premium Outlets764 locals recommend
Pocono Manor Golf Course30 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Pocono Township

Cabin in East Stroudsburg
Summit Lodge in The Poconos - Hot Tub
$214 per night
Home in East Stroudsburg
Hot Tub, Fire Pit, Games | Poconos Private Retreat
$206 per night
Cabin in Coolbaugh Township
Pocono Lake Cabin w/ Hot Tub & Resort Amenities!
$276 per night
Hotel room in Barrett Township
Stunning Pocono Modern | Firepits | Pet Friendly
$116 per night
Tiny home in Tobyhanna
The tiny Antler A-frame
$275 per night
Cabin in Pocono Pines
Camp Summer of '69
$255 per night
Home in East Stroudsburg
Hot Tub | Movie Screen | Themed Bedrooms
$279 per night
Townhouse in Tannersville
Mountain Top! Family Paradise w Hot Tub & Game Rm
$294 per night
Cabin in Beach Lake
the tree house, by camp caitlin
$269 per night
Cabin in Pocono Summit
Hot Tub, Fire Pit | Private Cozy Poconos Cabin
$113 per night
Home in Pocono Summit
Harvest Hideaway | Fire Pit | Central Location
$149 per night
Chalet in East Stroudsburg
The Blue Forest Chalet - Ski, Hike, Hot Tub
$281 per night

Your guide to Pocono Township

Welcome to Pocono Township

Nestled within the mountain range from which it takes its name, Pocono Township sees many visitors thanks to its proximity to the sprawling wilderness of Big Pocono State Park, a scenic place to ski and snowboard, among other activities. It’s all part of an area known as — you guessed it — the Poconos, a honeymoon hotspot whose history as a resort destination stretches back to the early 20th century.

Dotted with alpine lakes, expansive forests, and mountain terrain, the Poconos are a prime destination for hiking, biking, and whitewater rafting, as well as just generally reveling in the grandeur of the outdoors. Their wooded environs are dotted with charming towns whose streets are lined with Victorian homes and antique shops, threaded together by winding country roads. There are also plenty of historical sites here, such as the circa-1861 Asa Packer Mansion Museum in picturesque Jim Thorpe (named for the famous American athlete), whose 14 grand rooms can be explored on a guided tour.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Pocono Township

The Poconos can boast four distinct seasons, so deciding when to stay in one of the area’s rentals has a lot to do with what you’re here for. Sunny summer days are perfect for taking a dip in a pool, or canoeing out on the lake, while crisp fall is the time for world-class leaf peeping. The local tourism board even publishes an annual fall foliage report to assist you in your quest for autumnal scenery. Winter draws skiers, snowboarders, and other cold-weather-sports enthusiasts to the resorts and hushed forests. Spring kicks off whitewater rafting season, which extends into fall. July brings thunderstorms, but September is the wettest month, and umbrellas and closed-toed shoes are a must.

Top things to do in Pocono Township

Big Pocono State Park

This park, which extends more than 1,300 acres and encompasses Camelback Mountain, has earned its name. You’ll encounter alpine and lowland terrain here, and forests dense with birch, aspen, and pine. Sweet fern and mountain laurel grow beneath the trees, and rhododendrons bloom on the forest floor in late July. Criss-crossed with hiking trails, Big Pocono State Park also offers downhill skiing, horseback riding, and mountain biking areas.

Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway

Hop aboard a vintage train car — the oldest built in 1917 — pulled by a diesel engine for a scenic ride through the Pocono countryside. The 16-mile trip carries passengers along a forested route parallel to the LeHigh River, over bridges, past cliffs and mountains, and into beautiful LeHigh Gorge State Park. An audio narration highlights local history, and the railroad offers Autumn Leaf Excursions every year. Since this trip starts and ends in Jim Thorpe, you can easily combine your ride with a walk around with the cute mountain outpost.

Hit the Slopes

Skiers and snowboarders love the slopes at the local ski lodge for its 800-foot vertical rise, 166 acres of slopes, and 39 ski trails. Others will love its 42 tubing lanes and ski-in, ski-out restaurants. You don’t have to get off the slopes when the sun goes down — the park lights up for night skiing. In the summer the ski lodge gives itself over to summer activities, with grounds that include a waterpark, a small rollercoaster, and ziplining.

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