Pittsburg Senior Trip in the Poconos

Top Senior Trip Destination for Pittsburg Schools!

Enjoy our 2 Olympic sized heated poolsSenior Trip for Pittsburg Schools

A lot of people start inquiring about your plans after college in junior year, and if it isn’t, senior year will make up for it with loads of unpleasant talks about a topic most students loathe discussing. College students are sometimes expected to know exactly what they want to accomplish in life at such a young age.

A senior trip to a new place, whether it’s exotic or just new to you, may be a breath of fresh air. It forces you out of your comfort zone, so you meet new people with diverse life experiences, learn about a new city’s culture, and do new activities you wouldn’t have otherwise. The simple nuances that make a great trip might inspire you to change your life.

We help your Pittsburg school community have fun and perceive each other as more than simply students: as companions, coworkers, and friends.

Make lasting experiences for your pupils

Create a pleasant campus community with interesting tales and photographs.

Give your pupils a real-world experience before graduation.

Let your kids perceive their peers differently.

Take your kids’ learning to the next level

Directions from Pittsburg

Take 76 West to 476 North. Continue on 476 N to Exit 74 (Mahoning Valley). Go through toll both and bear right onto 209 North. Proceed approx. 15.5 miles to Route 715 North (Wawa on corner) and turn left. Take Rte. 715 N approx. 3.5 miles then follow signs to Pocono Valley.

The Poconos as a Senior Trip Destination

Things to do in the Poconos

Bird watching, zip lining, hiking, fishing, canoeing, golfing, skiing, parasailing, and whitewater rafting are all popular activities in the Poconos. The region’s lovely tiny villages are uniquely unique, making a trip to the Poconos a great treat.

One with the natural world

The Poconos cover 2,400 square miles and are home to four counties, two national parks, nine state parks, 150 lakes, 19 waterfalls, 170 miles of rivers, and seven ski areas.

What makes the Poconos so well-known?

The Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania have long been a popular vacation spot for those looking to unwind. In the early 1900s, the first resorts opened. It developed in popularity during the 1920s and 1930s, thanks to its theater and skiing, as well as resorts ranging from budget to luxury.


Ready to book your Poconos Senior Trip?

We have everything you need to make your Poconos senior trip a success.

  • Daily accommodations up to 5,000 guests
  • Overnight accommodations up to 800
  • Custom menus for all meals from hamburgers to lobster
  • 80 newly renovated cabins
  • 10,000 sq. ft. fully staffed kitchen
  • Indoor & outdoor dining
  • 25,000 sq. ft. indoor space
  • 7,000 sq. ft. gymnasium space
  • Auditoriums, breakout and presentation rooms
  • Lakeside DJ
  • Event programming
  • Transportation

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