- TripBuzz found 64 things to do with kids in or near Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania, including 59 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Scranton, Jim Thorpe, Stroudsburg and East Stroudsburg.
- From Split Rock Resort Indoor Waterpark to Hawks Falls, the Lake Harmony area offers 66 different types of family activities, including: Water Parks, Waterfalls, Resorts and Boat Tours.
- Named after the dammed glacial lake of the same name, Lake Harmony, PA is a hub of tourism and entertainment in the Pocono Mountains. With four distinct seasons, the nature and activities that are available vary drastically throughout the year. Some tourist favorites include Hawks Falls, Split Rock Resort Indoor Waterpark, and a number of water sports.
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The biggest waterpark in Pennsylvania, Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark, is your ticket to fun in the sun on your next visit to the Poconos. Featuring 37 adrenaline pumping slides, ski ride, rock climbing walls, and bungee jumping.
The Glen Onoko Falls are the main attraction of the Glen Onoko Falls Trail in the Lehigh Gorge State Park. The hike is approximately 3 hours round trip and requires proper hiking shoes and care while hiking. Parking is available.
The Paintball Asylum is a paintball facility in which players wear protective camouflage clothing and play a paintball version of capture the flag. The outdoor paintball arena is populated with stacked logs, stumps, and tangled thickets.
Memorial Hall Skating Rink is a family owned year-round skating center that caters to both traditional roller skaters as well as inline skaters. The rink offers regular specials, a snack bar, and also runs scheduled classes to learn to skate.
Offering whitewater rafting adventures for beginners and advanced thrill-seekers, Jim Thorpe River Adventures also offers inflatable kayak and mountain bike trips in the Lehigh Gorge State Park with their experienced river guides.
People can take a tour of the 1861 Samuel Sloan designed home of railroad magnate and Lehigh University founder Asa Packer. At the Asa Packer Mansion, people can see the only working model of an 1905 Model D Grand Welte Cottage Orchestration known to exist in the United States.
Visitors can step aboard a 1920s narrow gauge diesel train for a one hour round trip over the Lehigh River Gorge. Passengers can choose between standard coach cars, open air cars, or first class cars aboard the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway.