Located 20 minutes from Woodloch and on beautiful Lake Wallenpaupack, The Boat House Restaurant
offers delicious and tempting menu selections appealing to all ages, while the ambiance celebrates the beauty of the lake.
In the village of Hawley, The Settlers Inn offers extraordinary dining. Experience the creative regional cuisine that is the hallmark of the Settlers Inn. The chef-owned, farm-to-table restaurant highlights menus influenced by seasons. Featuring the freshest herbs, fruits and vegetables in the preparations, entrées emphasize the products of local farmers and purveyors. Artisan breads and desserts are all made by hand in the Inn’s own bakery.
Water enthusiasts will revel in the surrounding area. Located just a short distance from Woodloch you’ll find lakes, streams and much more. You can enjoy everything from motorboats on Lake Wallenpaupack to canoes on the nearby Delaware River. Or, you may just choose to enjoy an old-fashioned rowboat!
If you like to shop you’ll love Northeast PA. You will find a wonderful mix of the old and the new; from antique shops to great outlets such as “The Crossings
The village of Hawley is located less than 10 minutes from Woodloch. Shops, churches, a park, a library and a whole lot more can be found there.
Honesdale offers many things to do and is rich in history. Proclaimed “the birthplace of the American railroad”, Honesdale offers railway excursions and a museum housing The Stourbridge Lion, the first steam engine. Honesdale also offers small boutiques, a cinema and supermarkets.
Lake Wallenpaupack is a man-made lake built in 1927 by the Pennsylvania Power and Light Company for hydroelectric power. The lake has huge dimensions – 5,700 acres, 13 ½ miles long with 52 miles of shoreline. The lake has six recreation areas featuring hundreds of acres of forest lands, wildlife, walking trails, campsites and boat slips.