Pocono Easter Events: Easter Bunny, Egg Hunts, Easter in the Poconos!


Easter in Poconos Events Bunny

Upcoming Pocono Easter Events for 2014:

You may (or may not) know, but MamaNYC actually lives in the Poconos (Pennsylvania) effective December 2013. That’s why I have decided to put together a great list of upcoming Easter events and attractions in the Poconos! This list includes some great local events for my fellow Pocono residents to check out and prepare for Easter 2014! The Poconos is also a favorite getaway spot for many tourists. If you’re thinking of moving Easter to my neck of the woods, don’t worry! We have lots to do and plenty to see.

Even though I am no longer a New York resident, I will be compiling a list of egg hunts in NYC within the next few days. Keep an eye out on my Facebook fan page if you’re in New York! Until then, I invite you to browse my 2013 list of  Easter egg hunts in NYC (maybe they’ll repeat in 2014?!).


Saturday, April 5:

Eggs, Rabbits and Trees: A Pennsylvania-German Easter, Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm, Quiet Valley Road, Stroudsburg, (570) 992-6161, www.quietvalley.org. 10 a.m. to noon or 1 to 3 p.m. This interactive program explores the roots of modern American Easter. Learn how to dye eggs the old-fashioned way, make and eat a fastnacht and more! Admission is $7 or $5 for members. Seating is limited. Call to reserve a spot.


Saturday, April 12:

Breakfast with the Bunny:  Chateau Resort & Conference Center at 11:00am - Meet the Easter Bunny and enjoy a decadent breakfast buffet featuring an omelet station, and much more. Participate in kids’ activities and an Easter Egg Hunt. 475 Camelback Road, Tannersville, PA 18372 Phone: (570) 629-5900; Admission: $14/adults; $10/children 4-11; kids under 3 are free! {Call to make a reservation}

Easter 2014 Breakfast Bunny Poconos

Easter Cork Hunt: Mountain View Vineyard, Winery & Distillery, 5866 Neola Road, Stroudsburg, (570) 619-0053, www.mountainviewvineyard.com. Save the date for this beloved annual event! See website for times and details.

Easter Egg Hunt: WSBG 2nd Annual Pocono Dome Easter Egg Hunt @ noon;  Address: 141 Mackes St, Sciota, PA 18354; Phone:(570) 992-3663


 

Easter Weekend, April 19th & 20th (Saturday/Sunday):

Easter Weekend: Skytop Lodge One Skytop, Skytop, PA 18357  – The party will be at the Skytop Easter Weekend! Fun and exciting kids Easter party, egg hunt, and the Easter Bunny! Brunch will be served, too. (570) 595-8924


Sunday, April 20th

Easter Sunday Brunch: Chateau Resort & Conference Center from 11AM-2PM;  Gorgeous views of Camelback & Big Pocono State Park. Offering 15 hot selections including full breakfast, Ham, Lamb & Beef Rib carving station.  Create Your Own Bloody Mary Bar  Grand Dessert Presentation.  Adults $27, Kids 4-11 $13, Kids 3 & Under FREE  11:00 AM – 2:00 PM;  475 Camelback Road, Tannersville, PA 18372; (570) 629-5900 – Call to place a reservation for your family!

Easter Sunday Brunch 2014 Poconos

Easter Day Grand Buffet:  SCI – The Restaurant at Stroudsmoor Country Inn [Main Inn] from noon-8pm; 231 Stroudsmoor Road , Stroudsburg, PA 18360; (800) 955-8663; Admission: $33 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Meet Peter Cottontail and the Easter Bunny. Children under ten will receive a gift with dinner. Contact the Stroudsmoor Restaurant Concierge to make reservations pbefore April 1, 2014 and receive a bottle of champagne compliments of the Innkeepers (available for parties of four or more)]

Easter Dinner at the Settlers Inn: The Settlers Inn at Bingham Park Restaurant from noon-6:30pm (last seating will be at 6:15pm); 4 Main Ave, Hawley, PA 18428; desk@thesettlersinn.com; (570) 226-2993; Admission will be $55 per person. Visit their website for more information on their Easter dinner for 2014!

 

 

  • alicia k

    there is a lot going on for easter in the poconos!

  • Lisa R

    I have been to one or two over the years but the ones you posted sound great. I’ve been to Apple Blossom Village and it seemed pretty nice. I think it’s located in Mt Bethel. I live in the Poconos too since 2001.

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

  • Sarah L

    My question is how much snow will still be around for Easter?