Pocono Resort

Top Resort in the Poconos!

Top Pocono Resort

We are one of the top Pocono resorts in the mountains of Pennsylvania in terms of overall value. At Pocono Valley, your group is important to us. Our goal is to offer our guests the safest facility with engaging activities, delicious food, and experienced staff to ensure that your event is a success. Pocono Valley is a private facility that is not open to the general public. Our culinary team is among the finest in the Pocono Mountains. We take great pride in our delicious buffets. You’ll find all of our rates are all-inclusive with no added surcharges for different times of the year.

Pocono Resort Area Attractions

Not only is the area a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, but the Pocono Mountains’ rich history has resulted in a plethora of museums to explore. The author’s former house is now the Zane Grey Museum in Lackawaxen Township. This museum has many of his images, publications, artwork, and furniture on exhibit. In Milford, there’s also the Columns Museum. Two levels of displays, including 19th century attire and presidential relics, are available at the Columns Museum. Honesdale is home to the Wayne County Historical Society and Museum. The Faces in Clay show, the Movin’ Energy exhibit, and the Boyds Mills Press exhibit, which opens on April 21st, are all on display here.

You may never want to leave the Pocono Mountains region once you arrive. The winter months provide skiing and spectacular snow-capped mountains, while the fall foliage is really breathtaking, and the spring and summer months bring all of the area’s great outdoor activities. How soon can you get to the Poconos now that you know where they are? Come see for yourself how beautiful it is!

Pennsylvania Fun Facts

The Coat of Arms of the State

The Coat of Arms of Pennsylvania is undoubtedly the state’s most well-known emblem. It features a shield crested by an American Bald Eagle, flanked by horses, and adorned with symbols of Pennsylvania’s strengths, including a ship carrying state commerce to all parts of the world; a clay-red plough, symbolizing our rich natural resources; and three golden sheaves of wheat, symbolizing fertile fields and Pennsylvania’s wealth of human thought and action. Below, the branches of an olive branch and a cornstalk cross, sending a message of peace and wealth. The state motto is emblazoned on the bottom of the page.

The Flag of the State

The official Pennsylvania State Flag, a gold-fringed banner with the Coat of Arms embroidered on a blue field, was approved by the General Assembly in 1799. Some Pennsylvania regiments flew battle banners that were based like the American flag, but with our Coat of Arms in place of the block of stars in the corner during the Civil War. When the General Assembly proceeded to standardize the State Flag in 1907, this type of artistic freedom was discouraged.

The Seal of the State

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Seal, which was authorized by the General Assembly in 1791, is a mark of validity that proves that proclamations, commissions, and other state papers are lawful and legitimate. The face of the Seal has symbols that are identical to those seen on the Coat of Arms, but without the supporting horses, and is most commonly used as an impression. The other side, or counterseal, depicts Liberty as a lion overpowering Tyranny, with the warning “Both Can’t Survive.”

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We have everything you need to make your Pocono Resort retreat 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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