Saturday, June 14, 2014
BUSHKILL, PA (Summer 2014) - Fernwood Resort is offering special is truly one of the Pocono Mountains natural wonders and has been called Pennsylvania's Niagara Falls. Located just minutes from Fernwood, this series of eight waterfalls is accessible through a network of hiking trails which offer spectacular views of the falls including the 100 foot Main Falls. This amazing natural attraction is really a worthwhile and relaxing adventure that is a must see." Bushkill Falls hike and stay packages include two tickets to Bushkill Falls and two nights villa accommodations. Additional tickets are offered at a discount to resort guests.
Fernwood and the Villas at Tree Tops and Fairway make up a 400 acre four season resort located in the Pocono Mountains. The property offers three new attractions including Blue Lightning all season tubing, Pocono TreeVentures aerial ropes course and Pocono Zip Racer dual 1,000 ft racing zip lines along with golf on its 18 hole par 71 course, indoor and outdoor pools, live entertainment, Wintergreens Patio Grill with lakeside dining, a video game area, a fitness center, bumper boats, outdoor tennis and basketball, canoeing on the Delaware River, horseback riding, massage, and miniature golf.
To reserve your Bushkill Falls hike and stay package, call the Reservations staff at 888-FERNWOOD 337-6966 or online at FernwoodResortPoconos.com. Other special packages are also offered that include tickets to nearby attractions, golf, shopping, Camelbeach, Quiet Valley and live theater at Shawnee Playhouse. Fernwood and The Villas are located on Route 209 in Bushkill, PA adjacent to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Bertucci concludes, "With so much to do in the Pocono region and our close proximity to New York and New Jersey, we recommend you plan to stay a few nights to fit it all in, especially if you can make it a midweek stay when there are fewer people and even more open space to enjoy the beauty of the Pocono Mountains. How ever long your visit, Bushkill Falls is something to behold."