As the heat of summer fizzles away and autumn takes its place, the Thanksgiving holiday sits just on the horizon. It’s not an understatement to say that 2020 has been a year of challenges and now, perhaps more than ever, it’s important to take time to truly reflect on what’s important. This year consider taking your holiday of thanks to the next level of fun and scenic beauty, booking an unforgettable Thanksgiving in the Poconos with those you love. With summer travelers long returned home, Thanksgiving proves to be an incredible time to visit this area of the northeast U.S. Whether you’re one for taking advantage of the mountain trails and hills or can’t wait to savor time along waterways and in rich forests, the Poconos is a place where reflection is simple and it’s easy to be thankful for the good things in life.
Hike Bushkill Falls
For those that like to work up an appetite before Thanksgiving dinner, a hike to Bushkill Falls is bound to be an inspiring choice. This collection of 8 cascades in Lehman Township is a gorgeous landmark to enjoy over the holiday and promises to provide plenty of photo-worthy moments. Accessible by a variety of trails, some of the cascades that make up Bushkill Falls tumble from an impressive 100 feet up.
Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner at Terraview
Thanksgiving just isn’t the same without a savory spread waiting to be enjoyed and when you’re more for the flavor and less for the cooking, reserve your place at Terraview while you’re in town. Located at 257 Stroudsmoor Road, Terraview is offering up a holiday feast on November 26, 2020, between 12:00 pm and 6:00 pm for those visitors looking to indulge their taste buds. This family-style buffet requires a reservation to attend but will include all of the traditional holiday favorites paired with sweet treats to top it all off.
Visit Big Pocono State Park
After dining in style, work off the calories with a Thanksgiving visit to Big Pocono State Park. Without crowds to contend with, this scenic stop is sure to be even more inspiring. Guests will find this Tannersville destination offers up 1,306 acres of dynamic terrain just waiting to be explored. Here, guests can enjoy everything from hiking and biking to horseback riding and incredible wildlife watching moments. Big Pocono State Park is open daily between sunrise and sunset, making it simple to work this stop into your holiday itinerary.
Start Planning Your Thanksgiving in the Poconos
When you’re ready to get out of town and enjoy a moment of gratitude somewhere beautiful and inspiring, the team at Pocono Mountain Rentals is ready and waiting to make sure you have the accommodations to match. Contact us today to learn how to reserve your home away from home this Thanksgiving and to begin planning your holiday adventure!Greg Petrillo