- Our list of the best things to do in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, features the top 82 nearby activities — including 25 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Jim Thorpe, PA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, and Sports & Fitness.
- The results below include the top 20 things to do within the city of Jim Thorpe, PA , followed by 62 popular activities in nearby cities, including Allentown, Kutztown, Lake Harmony, Hazleton, Tannersville, Bethlehem, Stroudsburg and Albrightsville
The Spruce Run Recreation Area is composed mostly of the Spruce Run reservoir, which is the third largest reservoir in the state. The recreation site covers the 1,290 acres of the reservoir itself and 15 miles of shoreline for swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, picnicking, and camping.
In business for over 25 years, Blue Mountain Vineyards makes a variety of red, white, and specialty wines from locally grown grapes. The facility welcomes visitors, and hosts live music on a regular basis.
West Hunterdon Lanes is a family owned and operated bowling alley. The venue features a small video game arcade, pro shop, snack bar, and even a youth summer camp in addition to ten pin bowling lanes open to the public.
The 422 Sportsplex is an indoor/outdoor sports facility catering primarily to leagues and team sports. The site offers numerous soccer, flag football, and basketball courts, as well as facilities for inline hockey and indoor lacrosse.
A vineyard, winery, and wine-making club, Beneduce Vineyards brings a down-to-earth, accessible approach to wine-making. They offer a wide variety of wines, and host frequent tastings. Their wine-making club allows visitors to make a barrel of their own wine.
A dinner theater establishment that has been around for more than three decades, the Hunterdon Hills Playhouse sits on a country estate with 90 acres of grounds. The playhouse presents a variety of shows, and serves an array of food.
The industrial heritage of the Red Mill Museum Village area is put on display for visitors. Most of the history focuses on both the Red Mill itself and the Mulligan Quarry, and special events are held throughout the year including the seasonal Festival of Trees.