Little Bear Lodge guidebook

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Little Bear Lodge guidebook

Food Stores

Local supermarket with a wide variety of items. Great prices and you’ll find everything you’ll need during your stay.
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Weis Markets
589 Hamlin Hwy
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Local supermarket with a wide variety of items. Great prices and you’ll find everything you’ll need during your stay.
Local pharmacy, there is also a Rite aid across the street if you prefer that better.
CVS Pharmacy
657 Hamlin Highway
Local pharmacy, there is also a Rite aid across the street if you prefer that better.
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Walmart Supercenter
723A Old Willow Avenue
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Farmers Markets & Specialty Stores

Must go! Farmers Market with local produce, fruit, cheese, meats, homemade pies, donuts. They have a deli to pick up sandwiches and an ice cream shop in the summer months.
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Ritter's Farm Market
991 Hamlin Hwy
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Must go! Farmers Market with local produce, fruit, cheese, meats, homemade pies, donuts. They have a deli to pick up sandwiches and an ice cream shop in the summer months.
Amazing selection of meats and seafoods! Wide variety- aligator, duck, etc. Great place to pick up food to grill on the back deck.
Roman's Famous Meats & Seafood
1002 Main St
Amazing selection of meats and seafoods! Wide variety- aligator, duck, etc. Great place to pick up food to grill on the back deck.
Nice farmers market and cider mill- only seasonal!
Ritter's Cider Mill
117 Wimmers Rd
Nice farmers market and cider mill- only seasonal!
Fresh meat from there farm
The Buffalo Shoppe, Inc.
679 Easton Turnpike
Fresh meat from there farm

Coffee Shops

Great coffee place- they also just opened up a location right outside the Hideout, called Black & Brass Hideaway (1186 Hamlin Highway, Lake Ariel, PA)
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Black and Brass Coffee Roasting Company
102 U.S. 6
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Great coffee place- they also just opened up a location right outside the Hideout, called Black & Brass Hideaway (1186 Hamlin Highway, Lake Ariel, PA)
Super cute coffee shop right before you get into Hawley at the silk mill. Grab a cup of coffee + a pastry or sandwich and then walk around the shops at the Silk Mill.
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Cocoon Coffee House
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Super cute coffee shop right before you get into Hawley at the silk mill. Grab a cup of coffee + a pastry or sandwich and then walk around the shops at the Silk Mill.
Dunkin'
569 Hamlin Hwy

Dining

Great restaurant inside the inn with delicious food. In the summer the pack patio has heaters, fire pits and tons of out door dining.
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The Settlers Inn
4 Main Ave
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Great restaurant inside the inn with delicious food. In the summer the pack patio has heaters, fire pits and tons of out door dining.
Very good Italian restaurant in an old bank.
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Ravyn & Robyn Food & Wine
301 Main Ave
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Very good Italian restaurant in an old bank.
The Ridge Restaurant @ The Hotel Belvidere
330 Main Ave
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Good restaurant that has a wrap around deck overlooking the lake, so nice in the summer!
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Gresham's Chop House
2495 U.S. 6
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Good restaurant that has a wrap around deck overlooking the lake, so nice in the summer!
Great beer and food- nice modern dining area with a big fire for the winter and tons of outdoor dining in the summer- so much fun!
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Wallenpaupack Brewing Company
73 Welwood Ave
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Great beer and food- nice modern dining area with a big fire for the winter and tons of outdoor dining in the summer- so much fun!
Tre Sazón Kitchen & Bar
1381 Purdytown Turnpike
Delicious food!
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Native
560 Main Street
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Delicious food!
Great place to come and have drinks + appies looking out at the waterfall in the winter or sitting on the large desk listing to the waterfall in the warmer months.
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glass – wine. bar. kitchen
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Great place to come and have drinks + appies looking out at the waterfall in the winter or sitting on the large desk listing to the waterfall in the warmer months.
Best take out pizza in PA and they will deliver to the house!
Palermo`s Pizza Restaurant & Bar
1315 Hamlin Highway
Best take out pizza in PA and they will deliver to the house!

Neighborhoods

There are many landmarks that visitors will appreciate when they visit Hawley. Of course, our biggest attraction for summer fun and winter ice fishing is Lake Wallenpaupack, the third largest freshwater lake in Pennsylvania. Measuring 52 miles of shoreline, it is 13 miles in length and boast depths up to 60 feet. Its overall surface exceeds 5,700 acres. When you drive into town, the first building that will catch your eye is the Hawley Silk Mill. It was the first large-scale silk factory in Northern Pennsylvania. In 2011, the building was refurbished and turned into a lifestyle center. It features art galleries, dining, entertainment, a fitness center and Lackawanna College. Read more on the rich history of the Silk Mill. When you drive through town on Main Street, you will discover unique places to eat, shop, and explore. Take a drive down Church Street to see our beautiful churches or down Keystone Street to see the Ritz Company Playhouse, celebrating its 45th year in bringing entertainment to the community in the form of live theater productions. After you cross the Lackawaxen River, you will be delighted by the Bandstand at Bingham Park. The 5.51 acres of land it sits on was donated to the Borough of Hawley in 1929 by Adelbert and Margaret Bingham. The park is always alive with baseball games, tennis, playground activities, summer picnics, and more. It is the site of our Farmer’s Market which is open on Fridays from May through October. On any weekend you are likely to discover a craft show, a special event, or a concert at the Bandstand. And before you make the turn toward Honesdale, be sure to check out The Settlers Inn. Native blue stone and chestnut wood are the foundation of the Inn’s massive structure. The Inn delights visitors and locals with beautiful accommodations, farm-to-table menus, and entertainment throughout the year. You will never be bored when you come to visit. If you are looking for a kick-start, try this List of Top 15 Things to Do in Hawley. We are proud of our town and invite you to visit and stay for awhile
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Hawley
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There are many landmarks that visitors will appreciate when they visit Hawley. Of course, our biggest attraction for summer fun and winter ice fishing is Lake Wallenpaupack, the third largest freshwater lake in Pennsylvania. Measuring 52 miles of shoreline, it is 13 miles in length and boast depths up to 60 feet. Its overall surface exceeds 5,700 acres. When you drive into town, the first building that will catch your eye is the Hawley Silk Mill. It was the first large-scale silk factory in Northern Pennsylvania. In 2011, the building was refurbished and turned into a lifestyle center. It features art galleries, dining, entertainment, a fitness center and Lackawanna College. Read more on the rich history of the Silk Mill. When you drive through town on Main Street, you will discover unique places to eat, shop, and explore. Take a drive down Church Street to see our beautiful churches or down Keystone Street to see the Ritz Company Playhouse, celebrating its 45th year in bringing entertainment to the community in the form of live theater productions. After you cross the Lackawaxen River, you will be delighted by the Bandstand at Bingham Park. The 5.51 acres of land it sits on was donated to the Borough of Hawley in 1929 by Adelbert and Margaret Bingham. The park is always alive with baseball games, tennis, playground activities, summer picnics, and more. It is the site of our Farmer’s Market which is open on Fridays from May through October. On any weekend you are likely to discover a craft show, a special event, or a concert at the Bandstand. And before you make the turn toward Honesdale, be sure to check out The Settlers Inn. Native blue stone and chestnut wood are the foundation of the Inn’s massive structure. The Inn delights visitors and locals with beautiful accommodations, farm-to-table menus, and entertainment throughout the year. You will never be bored when you come to visit. If you are looking for a kick-start, try this List of Top 15 Things to Do in Hawley. We are proud of our town and invite you to visit and stay for awhile
Honesdale’s rich railroad history began in 1829 when the Stourbridge Lion was brought over from England, as a result of the town’s early-nineteenth-century involvement in transporting coal. It was the first steam locomotive to run on commercial tracks in the United States. A full-scale replica of the famous Stourbridge Lion—a must-see for the railroad buffs and children of all ages—sits in the Wayne County Historical Society’s Museum and Research Center, located at 810 Main Street. The greater Honesdale area is rich in architectural treasures, many dating back to the 1800s. It features many fine retail and gift shops; friendly, professional services; cozy restaurants and cafes; and architecturally resplendent homes. Honesdale’s picturesque Central Park overlooks Wayne County’s historic Court House, as well as several other prominent buildings, such as the boyhood home of Dick Smith, composer of “Winter Wonderland” and the Old Stone Jail, which dates back to 1859. The park is also home to the annual Honedale Roots & Rhythm Music & Arts Festival. Whether you’re in the mood to shop, dine, enjoy nature, learn, or simply explore, the greater Honesdale area has something just for you. Come and enjoy this wonderful piece of Americana. We’re waiting to meet you
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Honesdale
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Honesdale’s rich railroad history began in 1829 when the Stourbridge Lion was brought over from England, as a result of the town’s early-nineteenth-century involvement in transporting coal. It was the first steam locomotive to run on commercial tracks in the United States. A full-scale replica of the famous Stourbridge Lion—a must-see for the railroad buffs and children of all ages—sits in the Wayne County Historical Society’s Museum and Research Center, located at 810 Main Street. The greater Honesdale area is rich in architectural treasures, many dating back to the 1800s. It features many fine retail and gift shops; friendly, professional services; cozy restaurants and cafes; and architecturally resplendent homes. Honesdale’s picturesque Central Park overlooks Wayne County’s historic Court House, as well as several other prominent buildings, such as the boyhood home of Dick Smith, composer of “Winter Wonderland” and the Old Stone Jail, which dates back to 1859. The park is also home to the annual Honedale Roots & Rhythm Music & Arts Festival. Whether you’re in the mood to shop, dine, enjoy nature, learn, or simply explore, the greater Honesdale area has something just for you. Come and enjoy this wonderful piece of Americana. We’re waiting to meet you