2-Day Poconos Valley Trip

Day 1 You'll See:

Day 2 You'll See:

Spend two wonderful days enjoying some of the best outdoor recreations Poconos Valley has to offer, your days spent at and Dingmans Falls!


Camelback Mountain Resort

This mountain resort serves over 1.6 million people per year, people interested in experiencing the Biggest Snowtubing Park in the United States, excellent terrain parks, award-winning learn to ski/snowboard programs, and an onsite lounge featuring waterparks, arcades, laser tag, bowling, and so much more. The recreation options here are so large, you may want to book an extra day or two to enjoy it all. Hit the slopes first with 39 trails, 42 tubing lanes, and 3 ski-in ski-out restaurants. The snow tubing park features night-lit tubing options, including the amazing Galactic Light experience. The terrain park here holds elements that fit everyone from the 1st time skier to the Olympic level athlete, with rails, pipes, tables, and much more scattered throughout.


Shawnee Mountain Ski Area

Enjoy the 23 slopes and trails, the tubing park, the onsite dining, and the lesson options available here at the Shawnee Mountain Ski Area. There are two different terrain parks, the beginner-friendly Country Club Park, and the award-winning Delaware Park. Delaware Park holds multi-jumps, tabletops, spire, and a full-scale rail and jib garden! If you aren't quite feeling up to skill don't worry, Shawnee Mountain offers group skiing lessons for any stage! After a full day of playing in the powder, you can come back to the lodge, grab a bite to eat at the Black Diamond Grill, Hickory Licks Restaurant, Hope Lodge Cafeteria, or Trepp Lodge Cafeteria, then relax and rest in your cozy rooms. There are group dormitory options available for overnight, as well.


Dingmans Falls

Start your adventure at the on-site visitor center, where you can explore the ecological, geological, and historic wonders of the area, and get more in-depth information about the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, the large natural area in which you will find these falls. There are educational exhibits, ranger programs, and guided waterfall walks (in-season, May - October) available here, as well as the start of the Flat Boardwalk Trail you will need to take to see the falls. When taking this trail, you will walk through rhododendron shrubs and tall hemlock trees, with views of Silver Thread Falls to your right pretty quickly. The cascade drops 80 feet through a narrow chute, with the best views available from the observation deck above the falls. Just follow the staircase opposite the falls to get to this platform!