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All-inclusive resorts in the Pocono Mountains

What does all-inclusive mean in the Pocono Mountains?
All-inclusive amenities are designed to make your vacation seamless and grand. In the Poconos, this typically means meals and non-alcoholic beverages are included, along with some activities. For instance, when you stay at Chestnut Grove Resort, you can enjoy free meals and beverages (as long as they’re non-alcoholic), plus access to both an indoor and outdoor pool. 

All-inclusive for couples in the Poconos
At Cove Haven Resort, you can find the perfect escape from traffic, meetings, and everyday cares. The hotel offers complimentary buffets and a la carte dining, along with free non-alcoholic beverages. And once your body is fueled up, you’ll be ready for adventure at the tennis courts, mini golf course, or volleyball courts. 

Poconos family-friendly resorts
The Pocono Mountains have long been a place to wander and explore the wild forests and lakes. There’s no one better to bring than your family, and that includes your four-legged best friend. The pet-friendly Best Western Inn at Hunt’s Landing isn’t all-inclusive, but it does have complimentary breakfast, parking, and Wi-Fi. You’ll be out exploring all day, anyway.

What is the best time of year to go to the Pocono Mountains?
It’s always a good time to meander around this outdoorsy destination. Winter is a popular season, as there are 185 trails for skiing, snowboarding, and old-fashioned tubing. Once the snow melts, spring ushers in hiking and golf season (there are over 30 golf courses in the area). Summer welcomes swimmers and hikers, and fall brings out the photographers capturing that gorgeous burnt orange and ruby red foliage. So if you’re really asking “What is there to do in the Pocono Mountains?,” the options are endless.

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