Guides

    • Monroe County

      Founded April 1, 1836 County seat: Stroudsburg. Named in honor of James Monroe, the 5th President of the United States. Situated along the eastern part of Pennsylvania. It borders New…

    • Lehigh Valley

        The Lehigh Valley encompasses Allentown–Bethlehem–Easton, Pennsylvania areas. It is home to the Lehigh Valley International airport which is convenient for most locations on the Eastern Seaboard. It consists of…

    • Northampton County

      Formed in 1752 from parts of Bucks County with the county seat of Easton.  Its namesake was Northamptonshire and the country house, Easton Neston. As of 2010, the population was…

    • Carbon County

      Founded March 13th, 1843 County Seat: Jim Thorpe. Population over 65,000 residents. Lower Carbon County, including Palmerton and Lehighton areas, are considered part of the Lehigh Valley in spite of…

    • Pike County

      Founded March 26th, 1814 Located in the northeastern region of Pennsylvania and borders the most western edge of the Greater New York Area. Population in excess of 57,000 residents. County…

    • Albrightsville

      Although primarily known as a vacation home community Albrightsville has experienced continual growth of full time residents since 2005. Located close to the Turnpike and I-80. Perfect for vacationers from the…

    • Blakeslee

      Town is located at the intersection of Rt. 115 and 940. Just a few miles to the Turnpike as well as I-80. Attracts vacationers from the Philadelphia area. Zip code…

    • Brodheadsville

      Served by Pleasant Valley School District. Has a total area of 4.3 square miles. Provides access from 115 to Wilkes Barre Rt. 209 provides access to Lehighton, Jim Thorp and…

    • Bushkill

      Located on the Border of Monroe and Pike Counties from Rt. 209 North of Marshalls Creek. Known for its beautiful attraction of Bushkill Falls. East Stroudsburg North School District. Home…

    • East Stroudsburg

      East Stroudsburg is a borough in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, The 3rd exit into Pennsylvania and minutes into the Poconos from the Delaware Water Gap. Located just east of Stroudsburg by…

    • Effort

      A small village located along Rt. 115 2.5 miles northwest of Brodheadsville. As of the 2010 census, its population was 2,269. Just a short commute to Rt. 33 or Interstate…

    • Marshalls Creek

      Marshalls Creek is located on Business Rt. 209. The 2nd exit off I-80 when you enter Pennsylvania. Named after the creek that flows southward through it into the Delaware River.…

    • Mount Pocono

      Known as the Boro of Mount Pocono Served by the Pocono Mountain School District. Served by the MCTA, Monroe County Transit Authority with 5 bus routes. Referred to as the…

    • Pocono Lake

      Located North of Mt. Pocono.  Popular vacation home communities are located here:  Lake Naomi, Locust Lake Village, Arrowhead Lakes, Wagner Forest Park to name a few.  Located midway to Camelback…

    • Pocono Pines

      Pocono Pines is located in the heart of the Pocono Mountains and is home to the communities of Lake Naomi, Pinecrest Lake and Timber Trails.. Most of the land was…

    • Saylorsburg

      Located off Rt. 33 just five miles from Wind Gap and 12 miles to Stroudsburg. The village itself is located mainly in Ross Township but also parts of Hamilton Township…

    • Stroudsburg

      Consists of Stroudsburg Borough and Stroud Township and Hamilton Township. Located in the Pocono region just 5 miles to the Delaware Water Gap Bridge. Population is over 23,000 for these…

    • Tannersville

      Located in Pocono Township, Points of interest include many recreational attractions such as Camelback Ski Area and Camelbeach Waterpark. Mount Airy Casino Elevation is 883 feet. Home to the popular…