Lackawaxen, PA, a beautiful town located on the Delaware River, sits close to the Pennsylvania/New York border. You’ll find lots of fun things to do here, especially if you love the outdoors!
And for more information on Lackawaxen, PA, and the surrounding area, be sure to check out our complimentary Vacation Guide. It’s full of great tips and resources to help you plan your trip to the Poconos Mountains.
4 of Our Favorite Things to do in Lackawaxen, PA
Lackawaxen, PA, might be hard to say or spell, but it’s easy to enjoy! Take a look at these fun things to do in Lackawaxen!
1. Ski Big Bear at Masthope Mountain (or Tube Big Bear!)
Everyone, from newest beginners to the most seasoned skiers, can find trails they love at Ski Big Bear. With 18 trails and 7 lifts, you’ll always find something new to explore. If you’re not yet a skier, consider taking some lessons here! Or go tubing instead – no skill required!
Owned by the property owners of Masthope Mountain Community in Masthope, PA, Ski Big Bear has the perks of an exclusive resort with all the fun of a bigger resort.
And for more nearby skiing fun, you can’t miss Camelback Mountain. We offer a VIP all-day lift ticket to Camelback for our guests that comes with a French Manor tote, equipped with some great necessities!
2. Raft (or Kayak or Canoe or Tube) the Delaware River
Kittatinny Canoes offers many wonderful way to experience nature! So whether you’ve never been down a river before or it’s your favorite summer activity, you’ll find something to love. You can raft, canoe, kayak or tube down the Delaware River.
(Be sure you select the Barryville Base as your location near Lackawaxen when making reservations!)
3. Take a Walk on the Historic Roebling Bridge
The Roebling Bridge in PA is a one-lane historic suspension bridge that connects Minisink Ford, NY, and Lackawaxen, PA. You can choose to drive or walk over the bridge, with a gorgeous view of the Delaware River.
John A. Roebling, the brilliant engineer responsible for the Roebling Bridge, would later go on to construct the Brooklyn Bridge.
The bridge and the walking paths near the bridge sometimes also provide year-round glimpses of nesting eagles!
4. Tour the Zane Grey Museum
Famous Western novelist Zane Grey and his wife Dolly owned a farmhouse overlooking the Lackawaxen and Delaware rivers. Grey, a prolific author, loved fishing as well. After Zane Grey’s death, Dolly sold the house to the daughter of a long-time friend, who eventually began and operated the Zane Grey Museum.
Now owned by the National Park Service, the Zane Grey Museum remains a favorite stop for lovers of history as well as fans of Zane Grey’s books.
The lovely house and grounds are also a great place to explore the beautiful scenery.
Relax at the French Manor Inn & Spa
After a fun day exploring Lackawaxen, PA, and the surrounding areas, come back to French Manor Inn to relax. We offer a variety of rooms and suites for you to choose from. The luxury spa suites come equipped with fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, and gorgeous views from your private balcony. The Manor rooms, including the Turret suite and located in the main house, boast the authentic castle feel. Our beautiful Carriage house offers rooms and suites. All that’s left for you to do is choose!
All our rooms and suites are accompanied by a delicious gourmet breakfast prepared each morning. And you’ll have access to our elegant dining room, as well as all the other on-site amenities. We also hope you’ll take advantage of our excellent spa services. During the winter, we also offer complimentary snowshoeing to our guests!
Don’t forget to download our complimentary Vacation Guide to help you plan your trip to the Poconos Mountains. We look forward to seeing you soon!