|Championship Golf||Begin your fun at one of two challenging,
spectacularly beautiful, panoramic public golf courses. The Hancock Golf Course
is designed by world renowned course architect, Robert Trent Jones.
French Woods Golf & X-Ski Resort offers 18 holes of unparalleled beauty
& enjoyment. Both are less than a 10 minute drive.
|Located in Scranton, PA, you'll be treated to LIVE performances by some of America's top magicians as well as viewing artifacts & historical documents of the most famous magician of the 20th Century, Houdini! http://www.houdini.org/|
|Enjoy what many anglers have called the "best trout fishing" in the United States. Just 2 minutes out the door to the East Branch Of The Delaware River fishing access. Just 2 minutes more to the headwaters of The Delaware River, and the West Branch of The Delaware.|
|Montage Mountain||22 public trails on 140 acres mark this downhill ski slope. With Elk Mountain and French Woods Golf & X-Ski Resort, you'll have the very best of private cross country or public downhill skiing! http://www.skimontage.com/|
|Elk Mountain||Enjoy the thrills of downhill skiing at Elk Mountain, Pa. Just 35 minutes away. http://www.elkskier.com/|
|Sander Mountain||Explore the spectacular views and serenity right out the back door of our B & B. Over 100 acres of of hiking trails & views to match.|
|Mighty "M" Racino||America's only year-round harness racetrack is a
short drive away, along with over 1,500 video gaming machines and
amenities such as a 350-seat buffet and live entertainment.
|Canoe Trip||Rent a canoe for the day and journey down the river that Washington crossed to defeat the British. Take a lunch and end your journey at Hankins, Callicoon or Skinner's Falls.|
|Binghamton Mets||Take in a AA minor league baseball game in the afternoon or evening. America's past time goes great with hot dogs and beer! Play ball!! http://www.bmets.com/ Or see the AAA Red Barons team just down the road in Scranton, PA. http://www.redbarons.com|
|Nicholson Bridge||163,000 cubic yards of concrete, 2,280,000 Ibs.
of reinforcing steel and 185,000 bbls. of cement make up the World's
Largest Concrete Bridge in Nicholson, Pa. A truly impressive sight you
should not miss.
|Great Train Robbery||The Great Train Robbery Excursion takes place between Honesdale to Lackawaxen (Zane Grey Museum) or Hawley during the summer months. Trips, beginning at The Stourbridge Lion, include scenic tours during the fall foliage season, dinner/theatre and shopping/sightseeing excursions and the interactive "Great Train Robbery" excursion.|
|Steamtown National Historic Site is located in Scranton, PA. Today, you can relive the era of steam as the engines come back to life & take a short rail ride. The cinders, grease, oil, steam, people and stories of railroading have returned. The Steamtown Mall is located across the street. http://www.nps.gov/stea/|
|Sturbridge Lion||On the morning of Saturday, August 8, 1829,
before a large crowd of excited onlookers drawn from Honesdale and the
surrounding countryside, Horatio Allen climbed aboard the Stourbridge
Lion and took the controls of the first commercial, operational
locomotive in North America. A replica of the "Lion", along with other
artifacts are on display in the museum in Honesdale. The original train
is in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC. http://www.stourbridge.com/htm/lioncent.htm
|The Discovery Center||Shop in the “Littlest” Giant Market, become a pilot and fly a plane. Our life-size fire truck is available to explore along with the full dress uniform of a busy and dedicated fire fighting professional. If you want to share your happy smile, The Discovery Center has an Action News television studio set. Fun for all ages. http://www.thediscoverycenter.org/|
|Ross Park Zoo||The 25-acre Ross Park Zoo is adjacent to a 75-acre wooded park. See "Wolf Woods", tigers, snow leopards, and many other species of animals , birds & reptiles. One of Binghamton's many Carousels is also ready for boarding! A stone's throw from The Discovery Center. Both will make for a wonderful day for the whole family! http://www.rossparkzoo.com/|
|Coal Mine Tour||Explore 300 feet beneath the earth at Scranton, Pa. Meet a miner in the winding caverns while traveling down through three different veins of hard coal. Learn about life and hard coal times in the Shifting Shanty, photo-mural exhibits, mining tools, artifacts and video presentations. http://pocono.org/coalmn.html|
|Zane Gray Museum||Zane Grey, prolific author of Westerns, considered "Father Of the Western Novel", lived in Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania, from 1905 until 1918. Lackawaxen always held a special place in his memories, and was chosen as the site of his final resting place. Today, Grey's home from 1914-18 is preserved by the National Park Service as part of Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River. http://www.nps.gov/upde/zgmuseum.htm|
|Scenic Byway||Route 97 is designated The Upper Delaware Scenic Byway. It parallels the Delaware River from Port Jervis to Hancock, through a naturally scenic and historic area of southern New York. http://www.upperdelaware.com/route97/index.cfm|
|Horseback Riding||Stables are a short drive away in Honesdale, providing riding horses of all temperaments for the novice as well as the advanced rider. Beautiful country trails will give you hours of enjoyment. A trail guide is provided for you. We have 2 horses stabled at Becky's which you can pet, but sorry, no riding. http://pocono.org/wwwfg.html|
|Tennis||2 free public courts are located in the village just minutes from Becky's Bed & Breakfast|
|Woodstock||Max Yasgur's farm in Bethel, New York, has long held had a fascination for this nation and the world. This Mecca of rock & roll history has been preserved by Allan Gerry, a local man who made his fortune in cable TV. 50 minutes. http://www.woodstocknation.org/update.htm|
|Roebling Bridge||The Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River is the home of the oldest existing wire suspension bridge in the United States — the Delaware Aqueduct, or Roebling Bridge as it is now known. Begun in 1847, it was designed by and built under the supervision of Engineer John A. Roebling, future engineer of the Brooklyn Bridge. The Delaware Aqueduct is designated a National Historic Landmark as well as a National Civil Engineering Landmark. The bluestone foundation of another original Roebling bridge can be seen in Hancock today. Linking Hancock to Pennsylvania, the remnants of the foundation are still visible today directly adjacent to the existing PA/NY Bridge in Hancock.|