Top 10 Things to do in Brodheadsville, United States

September 2, 2017 Leonardo Torrence

Brodheadsville is a census-designated place (CDP) in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 1,800 at the 2010 census. The community is served by Pleasant Valley School District.
Restaurants in Brodheadsville

1. Blue Ridge Estate Winery

239 Blue Ridge Rd, Saylorsburg, PA 18353-8131 +1 570-236-7816
Excellent
74%
Good
22%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
0%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 92 reviews

Blue Ridge Estate Winery

Reviewed By Janrickstryker

Sarah was awesome! She explained all the wines very efficiently, and didn’t pass judgment on us ‘sweet’ wine connoisseurs.
However my daughter-in-law prefers very red dry wines and she said that they were some of the best wines she has ever had. And given her expertise and how many types of wine that would entail, that says quite a lot. We will definitely be back for a Friday night dinner. All the wines we tasted were excellent. There is a five dollar charge for a five choice winetasting, but they are free poured and Sarah did not chinch on the amounts.

2. Country Home Learning & Art Center

1784 Route 209, Suite 101, Brodheadsville, PA 18322-7814 +1 610-895-4090
Excellent
100%
Good
0%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 1 reviews

Country Home Learning & Art Center

Art & Clay Studio, Pottery & Glass Painting, B.Y.O.B. Sip & Paints, Wine Sundays, Canvas Painting & Art, Weekend Workshops & Demonstrations, Vintage Candy & Soda Pop Shop, Indoor & Outdoor Seating, Crafts, Music, Studio Playground, Pottery Wheels & Hand Building with Clay Fun, Birthdays, Scouts, & Private Events

Reviewed By Captamerica911 - Pennsylvania

A wonderful place to be with your children, friends, family. A full round of activities daily with special events year round. Mrs. Gillow provides one on one art classes and a variety of out of the norm classes.There is even Wine, sip, paint and mud for adults. Birthday parties, summer camps and so much more.

3. Big Brown Fish & Pay Lakes

2668 Route 115, Astolat Road, Effort, PA 18330-7928
Excellent
76%
Good
12%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
12%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 8 reviews

Big Brown Fish & Pay Lakes

Big Brown Fish & Pay Lakes offers 3 ponds for fee-fishing. They are stocked weekly with trout and bass from our own farm. Great fishing for all ages!

Reviewed By Anna V - Stevensville, Maryland, United States

We took our 4 boys, ages 9-14, fishing for trout and bass. We brought our own poles and bought a container of worms there. We also brought our own rag and a pair of fish pliers to remove the hooks from the fish mouths.
There are three ponds, easy, medium and hard. We started at the medium effort pond, but after 20 minutes of no fish, we moved to the easy pond. You might think that the fish would be smaller in the easy pond, but not true. They all have large trout and bass. In the medium and easy ponds you can see the fish swimming around. In the easy pond, the fish are fin to fin. We saw one little boy scoop one out with a net, no pole needed. There are orange trout and black trout (not sure of their real names, but that is what we called them). The boys caught a fish every few minutes in the easy pond. And they were big fish. Our biggest trout was about 6 pounds. We had to make the boys stop fishing, because you have to keep what you catch and pay for it. In the easy pond you can end up with a ridiculous amount of fish before you know it. We should have moved to the medium pond after a few fish. They wanted to continue to fish, but we knew we had too many to eat as it was. We ended up with about 10-12 fish. We had the nice girl filet them for us. We spent about $120 for the fish, which seems like a lot but now we have fish to eat for the year! We fried up one fish for dinner and still have about 10 times that left.
The staff were very nice and friendly. We would definitely come back and certainly recommend this for families with all ages of kids. We saw little ones about 3 years old catching fish. My kids would have loved that at that age. They loved it at this age. They asked to go back again the day after, but we have too many fish!! A great time!

4. Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm

347 Quiet Valley Rd, Stroudsburg, PA 18360-6857 +1 570-992-6161
Excellent
77%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
0%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 110 reviews

Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm

Reviewed By MariaP123 - New York City, New York

We went during their annual harvest fest and it was amazing. My 21 month old daughter loved the animals and running around the farm. She really enjoyed the pony rides as well. The fresh baked cookies, bread and pretzels are a must. The beekeeper show for kids was also fun. They have great food, music and lots of fun things for kids to do and it was only a $10 admission fee wth kids under 3 free. They also have homemade ice cream, pickles, desserts etc. There is a shuttle from the parking lot to the farm as well.

5. Old Mill Pub

Route 209, Sciota, PA 18354 +1 570-992-3761
Excellent
50%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
25%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 4 reviews

Old Mill Pub

Reviewed By barroske - South Orange, New Jersey

I've been here a few times. Nice place, very laid back. Dart board in the corner, plenty of TVs with sports or other stuff on.

Beer is good priced and an OK selection (Yeungling, Goose Island, etc). Liquor selection is the basics, Jim Beam, J&B, Wild Turkey. No high end brands that I could see.

The staff is great. The bartender is fantastic. On my second visit she not only greeted me by name, she new what I was drinking.

The group I was with had wings and fries and said the wings are really good.

Nice place to hang out for a while and relax. Smoking is allowed, so if it bothers you, don't go.

6. American Candle

3414 Route 611, Bartonsville, PA 18321-7814 +1 570-629-3388
Excellent
60%
Good
30%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 81 reviews

American Candle

American Candle is more than just great candles, it is also a fashion destination! The boutique is filled with designer accessories, handbags and gorgeous clothing lines. A great selection of jewelry from Pandora, Alex and Ani, Swarovski, and many others. Let the kids enjoy our huge candy room, featuring over 150 barrels of candy. American Candle is open seven days a week.

Reviewed By hppysvn - western NY

This is an awesome store. A great variety of candles, home decor, jewelry candies and confections. The staff was very friendly and the items were reasonably priced. Great location and close to motels, restaurants and casino.

7. Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark

309 Resort Drive, Exit 299 I-80, Tannersville, PA 18372 +1 570-629-1662
Excellent
53%
Good
31%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
3%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 890 reviews

Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark

Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark, located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains, offers gripping fun for the whole family! With over 37 slides, rides, and attractions, Camelbeach is the biggest waterpark in Pennsylvania! When you’re looking for things to do in PA, come to Camelbeach Waterpark where you’ll find thrills from mild to wild. Whether you enjoy adrenaline rides or simply sunbathing poolside all day, Camelbeach’s theme park will instantly transport you to a water park oasis! Relax in one of our comfortable cabanas or bask poolside in the hot summer rays on one of our serene lounge chairs. Our family waterpark is fun for the all ages, offering our kid friendly Pharaoh’s Phortress and Camel Cove, multi-person tube slides, and single person waterslides. Come experience Camelbeach, and you’ll quickly see that this is no ordinary water amusement park.

Reviewed By Drew Y - Haymarket, Virginia

Great waterpark. Tons for the kids to do; swim up bar for adults. The way that they issue tickets is very unorganized with people standing on line to be served at 3 window. This process must cause huge backups in the lines. Should be redesigned.

8. Hideaway Hills Golf Club

5590 Carney Road, Kunkletown, PA +1 610-681-6000
Excellent
50%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
10%
Terrible
10%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 10 reviews

Hideaway Hills Golf Club

Reviewed By musicmanNewYork - new york

The condition of the golf facility is wonderful. Fine greens, friendly and accommodating staff do a lot to make your stay there enjoyable. The variety of holes with lots of elevation changes make this a fun place to play. Should you use the stay and play
Package take the better rooms since the cheaper rooms are out dated.

9. Big Creek Vineyard and Winery

120 Keller Road, Kresgeville, PA 18333 +1 610-681-3959
Excellent
68%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
0%
Terrible
8%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 25 reviews

Big Creek Vineyard and Winery

We are a family-owned vineyard and winery nestled in the Pocono Mountains, specializing in hearty reds, mellow whites, and delectable apple wines. Stop by for the beautiful scenery, our wines and good conversation. Our Jim Thorpe outlet store is currently relocating to 41 Susquehanna St, First Floor of the Hooven Merchantile Building! We plan to be open in early April.

Reviewed By Sparkles_Gourmet - East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

Vineyard hopping on a rainy Saturday, we took a winding turn to an unknown spot. It was not very commercialized or crowded, though tastings seemed busy. We met the most interesting owner Millie and family. Son Dominic was so informative, lending to an amazing educational experience. We did not want to leave! The wine samplings were outstanding; probably some of the best we've tasted in all of PA. The structure was designed and built by the darling Italian/German rooted family. They "get it" --what it means to entertain with fine wine and good conversation. They made us feel like we were part of the family and welcomed us back any time. They weren't trying to impress us, but simply treated us like we old friends. This is unlike any other experience, so please take our advice. TRY the wine, experience good company, learn all about wines around the world, and buy a CASE of the most affordable and delicious wines in PA.
*Italian soup and antipasto on Saturday nights. Abundanza!

10. Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark

Wa, Scotrun, PA 18355 +1 866-958-9653
Excellent
51%
Good
29%
Satisfactory
12%
Poor
4%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 483 reviews

Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark

Reviewed By Regine N - Delaware County

so fun . please use the slide that requires multiple people!!!!!! There is a lazy river, frog hop (two lanes), a family whirlpool, adult whirlpool, 6+ slides, a massive kiddy pool, two to three kiddy slides (toddler and above), a basketball pool & bar.

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