Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom will bring top rated thrills into its world class water park with the addition of Snake Pit, a complex that will bring six new slide experiences to guests in the 2014 season. In combination with the largest selection of water park attractions in the Northeast, this addition reinforces Wildwater Kingdom is the region’s must visit destination for summer family fun.

3830 Dorney Park Road
Allentown PA 18104

Phone: (610) 395-3724
Fax: (610) 391-7650
Website: www.dorneypark.com

A mini adventure in a themed environment where participants work together to solve puzzles, obtain tools, to achieve a final objective.  Themes include Mad Scientist, The Pocono Moonshiner, Mad Hatter, and The Curse of the Pharaoh.  A fun 60 minute activity that brings friends, families, and coworkers together in a thrilling and fun way.

Completely different from any other escape room out there.

Advanced Reservations Required, Family-friendly, Groups Welcome

542 Main Street
StroudsburgPA 18360
570-688-6950

Katrina Zborowsky, 21, of Winnipeg, left, and Larry Gates of Anaheim leave no stone unturned to find any clues while playing the Sherlock Room at Exodus Escape Rooms in Anaheim. Groups are locked into a room and tasked with finding clues to escape the room. A one-hour time limit is placed, and only one clue is given, if needed.
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The No. 9 Coal Mine & Museum is located in Lansford, PA, below the Pocono Mountains. Lansford is located in the western part of Carbon County. The Mine & Museum are located near the banks of Panther Creek on 9 Dock Street, near the junction of Dock and West Ridge Streets. Lansford is part of Lehigh Valley, which is an area in Pennsylvania named after the Lehigh River. This area is sometimes known as the “coal region,” particularly Carbon County.

Visitors to the mine ride 1,600 feet along rail into the mountain. They can examine the miner’s hospital, the mule-way, and the original 900 foot elevator shaft. Also on the grounds is the “Wash Shanty,” which includes the tools and paraphernalia that the miner’s used to wash their clothes and equipment. The Museum has items such as the tools, food cans, blasting equipment, and more that belonged to the miners of No. 9.

Exhibits in the Museum also include carved pieces of coal, historical photographs, paintings, models, a replica of a miner’s kitchen, and other artifacts. The gift shop sells items such as books, carved coal memorabilia, t-shirts, and miner’s hats. The site also has picnic facilities and restrooms. Parking is free. The Museum and gift shop are open year round, Wednesday through Sunday, noon-4pm. The Mine is open for guided tours from May to Labor Day on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. From Labor Day through October tours are only on Saturday and Sunday. Mine tours start at 11:00am and run hourly until 3:15.

Temperature within the mines averages the mid-50s. The temperature in Lansford is, on average, warmest in July, at 71 degrees. Visitors entering the mine may will to wear a light jacket or sweater due to the chill in the mines.

Phone: 570-645-7074

Address: 9 Dock St

Lansford pa 18232

​Visit Xtreme Jump Zone  at it’s new location.  1712 Route 940, Pocono Pines, Pa., 18350.   Next door to the Pocono Pines Post Office in the old IGA Supermarket,  just minutes from Interstate’s 80 and 380, Route’s 611 and 115.

NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED FOR OPEN BOUNCE TIME.

 Bouncers must wear socks at all times.
Admission is good for a full day of bouncing fun!

1712 PA-940,

Pocono Pines, PA 18350

(570) 646-9663

http://www.xtremejumpzone.com

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