While Northeast Pennsylvania's charming small towns and sweeping scenery feel worlds away, they're really close enough for a quick day trip. Rich in history, culture and charm, the Poconos offer something for every taste, from high-octane outdoor adventure to low-key, laid-back lakeshore afternoons...whitewater rafting to winery tours.
Attractions in and around Wayne County include beautiful Bushkill Falls also known as the "Niagara of Pennsylvania" as well as the Dorflinger Glass Museum, Lake Wallenpaupack and the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, located at the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival. Go fly fishing or boating on the Delaware River or explore Wayne County's hiking and biking trails. Fans of NBC's "The Office" can go looking for Schrute Farms, which, rumor has it, is tucked into the hills of Wayne County. Idyllic Honesdale, the county seat, is the birthplace of the American railroad and home to the classic children's magazine Highlights, which is still produced in a historic home on Church Street.