The Golden Age of flying from the early 1900s to the 1940s comes back to life in this museum organized to keep the planes flying for the public. Open 11am-4pm Saturdays only beginning June 26th.
Once hailed as the best golf course on the East Coast, the Eagles Mere championship golf course designed by William Flynn (of Merion fame) has remained one of the most scenic, challenging and topographically unique courses since 1911.
200 years of history resides in this dedication to the generations of families, the grand hotels of yesterday and the mysterious, bottomless lake that makes Eagles Mere legendary.
When winter's chill is enough to freeze the lake, visitors are treated to an ice-block, toboggan slide built with equipment and methods 100 years old with speeds up to 60 mph!
Once a year at dusk on the second Saturday in August, Eagles Mere lake is illuminated by the lights, laughter and applause of floating stages filled with would-be actors performing original skits.
Let the fun, competitive side of you come out when you participate in the Lake Run, shoot free throws, roll Scottish Stones and make the biggest splash in the Cannonball Contest! Held twice during the summer season.
Take a trip through some of the most beautiful, unspoiled forests in the Appalachians. Approximately 14 miles of well-marked trails exist in and around Eagles Mere. For the more seasoned hiker/skier try the 59 mile Loyalsock Trail!
Throughout the summer on weekends the Village Green comes alive with antique shows, arts and crafts events and the sounds of folk musicians.
A short drive from Eagles Mere you’ll find a 13,000 acre state park with swimming, hiking, camping, boating and horseback trails. Experience the famous Falls Trail 3.5 mile hike with spectacular waterfalls visible throughout your journey.
Home to over 75 American-made vehicles from the '50s, '60s, '70s with an impressive display of automotive memorabilia. This is one destination you won't want to miss. Open May to October Sat/Sun 11-4pm.