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Lake Ariel is a village in Lake and Salem Township, Wayne County, Pennsylvania. Located in northeastern Pennsylvania, Lake Ariel was founded by settlers with the name of Jones, and thus was once known by its people as Jonestown. Following a name change, Lake Ariel was home to Lake Ariel Park, a major tourist destination for Pennsylvanians in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Wikipedia
Honesdale is a borough in and the county seat of Wayne County, Pennsylvania. Honesdale is located 32 miles (51 km) northeast of Scranton in a rural area that provides many recreational opportunities, such as boating, fishing, hiking, hunting, skiing, biking, skateboarding, and rafting. Wikipedia
Mount Pocono is a borough in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. It is located nearly centered in the southernmost county of five in the northeast corner that are part of the Poconos Mountains region of the state. The borough serves as a local highway nexus, and sees a lot of tourist traffic making use of resources in the region. Wikipedia
Lake Wallenpaupack is a reservoir in northeastern Pennsylvania. After Raystown Lake, it is the second-largest lake contained entirely in Pennsylvania. It comprises 52 miles of shoreline, with a length of 13 miles and a maximum depth of 60 feet, and has a surface area in excess of 5,700 acres. It was created in 1926 by the Pennsylvania Power & Light Company for hydroelectric purposes as well as flood control; however, it is best known as one of several major recreational destinations in the Pocono Mountains. Wikipedia
Lake Harmony is an unincorporated community in Kidder Township, Carbon County, Pennsylvania. Lake Harmony Estates has a boat dock and marina. There are tennis courts, beaches, and designated swimming areas. Enjoy fishing Largemouth bass, Yellow perch, Smallmouth bass. For water lovers, visit Split Rock Resort Indoor Waterpark. Wikipedia
Big Boulder in Lake Harmony is one of two mountains for skiing. Big Boulder opened in 1947 and employee John Guresh is credit with developing the first usable snow making equipment while working there in the 1950’s. While it does have ski trails, Big Boulder is more of a snowboarders mountain. Wikipedia