LOOKOUT! Trail Maps Belowwwww

Rolling hills, waterfalls, rivers, lakes and evergreen forests; the Pocono Mountains offers 2,400 square miles of astonishing natural beauty. Embracing the opportunity to introduce (and re-introduce) the great outdoors, let’s lend a hand sharing trail maps from a collection of spectacular spots.

LOOKOUT! trail maps BELOW…


WHERE 3613 State Route 534, White Haven

TAKE ME THERE Exit 274 off Interstate 80 to PA 534 then 6 miles to the Park

EXQUISITE SCENERY EVERYWHERE Offering an invigorating exploration—checkout Boulder Field at this popular state park in Carbon County! A National Natural Landmark and true scenic wonder, this field of astounding stone is actually remains of the last ice advance. This National Natural Landmark is easily accessible in Hickory Run off the scenic 3.5 mile Boulder Field hiking trail.

FIND MORE HERE dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/hickoryrun

Hickory Run


WHERE 94 Sanctuary Road, Lake Ariel

TAKE ME THERE Exit 20 off Interstate 84 to Route 507 North then left onto Ledgedale turn right toward Hawley & right onto St Mary Church Road for .2 miles then right onto Lacawac Road.

EXQUISITE SCENERY EVERYWHERE Enjoy hiking trails, bogs & more within 545 sprawling acres that includes the near pristine glacial Lake Lacawac & its watershed.

FIND MORE HERE lacawac.org

Lacawac Map


WHERE 100 Lower Lake Road, Greentown

TAKE ME THERE Exit 26 off Interstate 84 to PA 390

EXQUISITE SCENERY EVERYWHERE Nearly 3,000 acres on the Pocono Plateau at 1,800 feet above sea level delivers peak performance for endurance. Surround yourself with over 12,400 acres of Pennsylvania’s Delaware State Forest and natural areas.

FIND MORE HERE dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/promisedland

Promised Land State Park


WHERE Burger Road off Route 115 North, Pocono Lake

TAKE ME THERE Exit 284 off Interstate 80 East to PA 115 North then Right on Burger Road

EXQUISITE SCENERY EVERYWHERE Emerging from underground springs and seeps, Two-Mile Run feeds into Tobyhanna Creek, and eventually feeds the Lehigh River. Along the way, it traverses the 2,500-acre Thomas Darling Preserve at Two-Mile Run, a place where visitors can witness an extensive mosaic of glacial wetlands via a two-mile trail and boardwalk system.

FIND MORE HERE nature.org

Thomas Darling Preserve

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