Poconos Snowmobile Rentals
Pocono Snowmobile Rentals - Announcing the closing of our operations at Pocono Manor to make way for our move to the Fabulous Mt. Airy Casinio Resort . We are very excited to offer a winter time amenity to the guest of the 4 Diamond rated Mt. Airy Casino Resort and look forward to working alongside their world class staff in providing the highest level service to our guests. Call 570-839-6061 for rentals or 570-645-1515 for sales.
Pocmont Resort - Bushkill Falls Road off Route 209 in Bushkill. Exciting snowmobile rentals are available to guests of the resort. Call 570, 588-6671
You can also rent snow mobiles at Pocono Manor Resort, and they are included in the rate if you stay at a Caesars Resort in the Poconos
If you have your own snowmobile here is where there are trails:
Promised Land State Park offers many winter activities. Registered snowmobiles may be used on more than 23 miles of designated snowmobile trails. The trails, which are on both state park and state forest lands, are open daily after the end of deer season in late December, weather permitting.
Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are permitted on all trails. Bruce Lake Natural Area and Conservation Island are the best trails. Ice fishing is popular on both lakes. Bass, pickerel, panfish and on Lower Lake, trout, are the common species captured through the ice. Ice-skating occurs on Promised Land Lake. Contact the park office for information.
Tobyhanna State Park offers many winter activities such as ice fishing, ice-skating, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Tobyhanna State Park provides a one-way snowmobile/cross-country five mile trail in length and a one acre area that is available for ice-skating and ice fishing as natural conditions permit.
The Lehigh Gorge Trail on the west side of the river from the White Haven access area to the Glen Onoko access area is open to cross-country skiing. The trail follows an old railroad grade, making it fairly flat and wide.The section from White Haven to Penn Haven Junction, consisting of 15 miles, is also open to snowmobiles. Parking is available at the three public access areas located at White Haven, Rockport, and Glen Onoko.
15,990-acre Hickory Run State Park offers cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and ice-skating. There are 13 miles of designated trails marked with blue blazes for cross-country skiing and 21 miles of designated trails marked with orange blazes for snowmobiling. When conditions permit, Sand Spring Lake is available for ice-skating.
The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources provides a system of trails designated for use by snowmobiles within Pennsylvania's State Forests. Trails open the day after the last day of Pennsylvania's regular or extended rifle deer season and close April 1, or earlier as determined by the district forester.