Pocono Mountains


The Pocono Mountains offers four seasons of endless fun and a tremendous variety of diversions, such as family attractions, exciting casinos, outdoor adventures, restaurants and more.

The four-county region is famous for its resorts, natural scenic beauty, 150 lakes including Lake Naomi and Pinecrest Lake. The varied landscape inspires a range of experiences, from the private and peaceful to the bold and exhilarating. Inns and spas promote restful mountain moments while waterparks and adventure courses, offer excitement around every turn. Stay, explore, and discover why Life's Greater in the Pocono Mountains!


Visitors seeking an exciting vacation destination need look no farther than the Pocono Mountains.A myriad of nature-filled activities await within a few hours' drive of most major Northeast cities. You can fulfill all of your vacation needs here, from the fast-paced excitement of your favorite outdoor activity, to the exceptional performances of our theaters and concerts. Tour a living history museum in the morning, unwind at a brew pub in the afternoon and dine in an elegant restaurant in the evening. Ski the slopes of a resort by day and relax in a lakeside home by night. Browse countless antique shops or search for a bargain in our outlet stores. Stretch out on a sandy beach at a lake or marvel at the sights while floating down a river. The choice is yours.

Combined with its unique cultural heritage, the Pocono Mountains region is the favorite four-season playground in Northeastern Pennsylvania featuring:


  • Amazing outdoor recreation including: skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, hiking, fishing, boating, water parks & family play parks.
  • A wide variety of lodging to suit every travel & vacation style including families, campers & honeymooners.
  • Unique Pocono Mountains shops, dining, family attractions & events year-round.
  • Outstanding tour & travel, meeting & conference facilities.


About Pocono Pines

Pocono Pines is located in the heart of the Pocono Mountains and is home to the communities of Lake Naomi and Pinecrest Lake. Most of the land was originally owned by the Miller family. Frank C. Miller, his brother Rufus W. Miller, and others, bought lands on Tunkhannock Creek in Tobyhanna Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania, organized a corporation known as the Pocono Spring Water Ice Company sometime in the 1890s. In September 1895, a 14-foot (4.3 m) dam was constructed across the creek and water began backing-up forming "Lake Naomi", a lake more than a mile long and about one-third of a mile wide. The Ice Company was granted a 99-year lease for "the exclusive use of the water and its privileges." It was chartered for the purpose of "erecting a dam, for pleasure, boating, skating, fishing and the cutting, storing and selling of ice."

A Presbyterian Young People's Conference held at Assembly Lodge in Pocono Pines, on an early postcard

In 1902, visitors came from many of the surrounding metropolitan areas including New York City and Philadelphia. In the same year the first bathing beach was created and some lots on the north side of the lake were subdivided and sold to summer cottagers. A sailing camp for girls was set up on the northwest side of the lake. A Lutheran retreat,Lutherland, was erected on the southern side of the lake. The Millers and others utilized southern and eastern sides of the lake for swimmingsailingskatingfishing. In 1921, a boathouse and beach were constructed on the site of today's Lake Naomi Clubhouse. In 1938, a famous Pennsylvania Supreme Court case took place over who owned the water rights to Lake Naomi, as the surrounding lands were soon owned by many different parties.  

In 1963, the Logan Steele family purchased 2,600 acres (11 km2) surrounding the lake which eventually was turned into a resort community called the Lake Naomi Club. Logan Steel died in the 1980s and the club is now owned by its members and run by a board of governors. Lake Naomi Club today includes 1400 families who own property surrounding Lake Naomi. Lake Naomi itself is a 277-acre (1.12 km2) lake with private beaches and marinas. The Club has a very active sailing organization, 3 pools including a 50-meter outdoor Olympic-sized pool with a scenic view of the lake, 18 tennis courts, and full service clubhouse.

There is another community center that lies directly across from Timber Trails (a branch off Lake Naomi) that was opened Memorial Day weekend of 2007 for all community members to enjoy.

Across the street is Pinecrest Lake, another resort community.

At some point Naomi Pines was renamed Pocono Pines. The main thoroughfare through the current Village of Pocono Pines is Route 940 on is the intersection of 'Old' 940, Route 940, and Route 423, where one can find one traffic light with one gas station and a few surrounding businesses, including a Southwestern Grill and Bar, and a small delicatessen across the street.

The population was 1,409 at the 2010 census.

Pocono Pines is located at 41°6′54″N 75°27′37″W (41.114976, -75.460408) According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 4.4 square miles (11 km2), of which, 4.0 square miles (10 km2) of it is land and 0.4 square miles (1.0 km2) of it (9.95%) is water.



Dembinski Realty Company


513 Old Rte 940
2nd Floor, Rinehimer Building
PO Box D, Pocono Pines, PA 18350


Phone: 570-646-7463

Mobile: 570-977-8685

Fax: 570-646-2210



Office License # RB068349