When traveling with your family to the Poconos, you need a vacation rental to accommodate the whole family. A 4-bedroom home is just the right thing for you. We have some of the finest vacation homes in the whole of Towamensing Trails. With modern furniture, great amenities, and tasteful and stylish designs, your vacation will be a memorable one. Easy access to the local attractions is what distinguishes the properties we manage from other rentals in the area. We know how to match you with the right Towamensing Trails rentals for you and your family.
Living in Style in a Poconos Rental in Towamensing Trails
Nothing says luxury like a 4-bedroom house fully furnished and equipped with all the amenities that will make your dream vacation a reality. Many of the homes come with spacious decks and large windows to bathe the place in light while giving you an uninterrupted access to the panoramic views outside. The stylish decor adds class to the homes and the modern conveniences make for endless hours of fun and entertainment with your loved ones. No matter how big your family, you’ll have enough space and the luxurious beds will keep you comfortable at night.
Amenities That Speak Luxury
Between the hot tub, the gas grill, the internet access, and game rooms that most of our Towamensing Trails rentals come with, you’ll have plenty to enjoy around the house. Cook a meal in your fully equipped kitchen and enjoy a hot tub to keep you warm. Flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi service mean that you won’t miss out on any of your favorite movies or TV shows. And since many rentals have their fireplace, your evenings will be cozy no matter how cold it is outside.
Since our Pocono rentals in Towamensing Trails have easy access to all the local attractions you can plan your day and evening activities in advance without wasting time to find transportation. Skiing and hiking trails are only a few minutes away and you can enjoy more outdoor activities at the Hickory Run State Park. The rivers and lakes also offer great opportunities for fishing, boating, canoeing, and camping. For adventure seekers, whitewater rafting is a popular sport during the peak months. And don’t forget to ask out staff about the wine tasting events.
Get the Trolley Experience
If visiting national parks is one of your favorite activities, then you’d be happy to know that one of the most popular national parks in the country, the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, is right nearby. Located on the Delaware River, these 67,000 acres of land include everything from mountain ridges to forests and floodplains. And the way you’re going to tour this vast land is in a trolley: a genuine trolley that is both authentic and comfortable at the same time. Listen to the guide tell you about the exciting history of this land and the tribes that inhabited it long before towns dotted both sides of the river. The park also has mini-golf courses, gift shops, and a scenic picnic area. Tours are available every day of the week including holidays and weekends from March until November.
Dorflinger Glass Museum
Glasswork is one of the most ancient arts. Watching a craftsman at the workshop turning a piece of semi-liquid glass into a colorful vase, pitcher, or cup is a joy in and of itself. So when you get an opportunity to watch a whole bunch of Dorflinger glass pieces blown under one roof, that’s something you wouldn’t want to miss. For decades now, Dorflinger glass has been the prized possession that adorns many tables in homes across the country, including in the White House. Their crystal is so exquisite that families pass it down through the generations. And as masters of cut glass, their exhibits attract audiences all over the globe. Those V-shaped grooves are the work of gifted artists. The museum hosts more than 1,000 pieces of crystal.
Eckley Miners’ Village Museum
This is another museum that sheds light on anthracite coal mining. Throughout history, whenever a mine started operation, small towns sprang around it, providing homes for the miners as well as other services that they couldn’t do without. Unfortunately, the life span of these towns was as short the operation of the mines themselves. Once the mine was shut down, people moved on, leaving ghost towns behind. The Eckley Miners’ Village Museum has a mission to preserve that small town and educate the public about the life of the miners back then. Throughout the year, the museum holds various special events that both educate and entertain the community. Some of the more popular events include Italian Fest, swing dance, Haunted Halloween Lantern Tours, and Eckley Christmas Experience, among many others.