Visitors seeking an exciting vacation destination need look no farther than the Poconos.
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For the Kids
Poconos Go Karts and Play Park has a kiddie cart track where younger drivers can drive on their own
Make your own souvenir at Poke a Nose Pottery
Learn about local natives at the Pocono Indian Museum
Canoe, kayak or raft the delaware river with Adventure Sports
Visit the main Delaware Water Gap attractions and learn at once and learn about the history aboard a trolley.
Pet the animals, participate in family programs and learn how people lived 150 years ago atQuiet Valley Living Historical Farm
See a kid show at the Shawnee Playhouse
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Top Activities You Must try
Camelbeach is a premier Pocono vacation visit; with the largest water park in Pennsylvania and New Jersey Camelbeach is sure to deliver and cool you and your family off. After you're done with the water park try one of the adventures down at Camelback Mountain Adventure Park; offering Zip-line rides, Mountain Coaster, Tree Tops Adventure Course, Segway Tours, Euro Bungee, Rock Climbing Wall and A 4,000ft Zip Flyer.
Pocono Go Karts
Visit Pocono's biggest and best Go-Karts play-park. There are go karts for all ages and sizes, also 2 seater for the little ones. They also offer family paintball. They have a 1400 foot tracking racing every 5 mins. Groups are welcome and park lease are also available.
Pocono Snake & Animal Farm
Toss treats to the monkeys and lemurs and bottle-feed the pigs and goats. They'll love it and so will you! This charming family-owned and operated menagerie has become a family tradition for visitors to the Pocono Mountains. The second-generation zoo started 40 years ago as a reptile farm, but has grown to include many exotic animals as well.