Resorts, Inns & Boarding Houses of Paradise

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Artifacts

Here are some images and audio clips from our collection of Paradise Township artifacts.

 

 

Red Rock Falls Henryville

Red Rock Falls Henryville

Parkside Chapel

Parkside Chapel

Photo: Kim Williams

Hunter Farm barn

Hunter Farm barn

Photo: Kim Williams

Quarry Pool on Paradise Creek

Quarry Pool on Paradise Creek

Timber Hill Farm

Timber Hill Farm

Dimmick Dietrich house

Dimmick Dietrich house

PMI in the Sky cabin

PMI in the Sky cabin

PMI in the Sky pool

PMI in the Sky pool

Keokee Chapel

Keokee Chapel

Photo: Kim Williams

Dancing Bears in Paradise Valley

Dancing Bears in Paradise Valley

Mountain Rest Farm Guest House

Mountain Rest Farm Guest House

Paradise Falls

Paradise Falls

Photo: Kim Williams

Ransberry Cemetery

Ransberry Cemetery

Photo: Kim WIlliams

The Antlers

The Antlers

St Paul's Church Swiftwater

St Paul's Church Swiftwater

Sophia Newhart Remembrance Card

Sophia Newhart Remembrance Card

Pocono Mountain Inn

Pocono Mountain Inn

Paradise Inn

Paradise Inn

Paradise Falls

Paradise Falls

Paradise Brook Trout Co.

Paradise Brook Trout Co.

Niering's Garage

Niering's Garage

Fanseen's Mount Airy

Fanseen's Mount Airy

Joe Jefferson Barn

Joe Jefferson Barn

Henryville Railroad Station

Henryville Railroad Station

Flood of 1955

Flood of 1955

Flood of 1955 Pic 4

Flood of 1955 Pic 4

Flood of 1955 Pic 3

Flood of 1955 Pic 3

Flood of 1955 Pic 2

Flood of 1955 Pic 2

Flood of 1955 Pic 1

Flood of 1955 Pic 1

Box Race on the Paradise Creek

Box Race on the Paradise Creek

The Ace Store

The Ace Store

Paradise Valley Corners

Paradise Valley Corners

Paradise Store, Post Office & Casino

Paradise Store, Post Office & Casino

Paradise Inn Engineers Home

Paradise Inn Engineers Home

Paradise Inn 2

Paradise Inn 2

The Nearbrook

The Nearbrook

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MEETING RECAPS

The

Paradise

Historical Society

presents...

A Hike at Mt. Airy Woodland Trail

with Carol Hillestad

Sunday July 11th at 2pm

As part of our efforts to incorporate natural history in our programs, PHS explored the Mt. Airy Woodland Trail in Paradise Township on Sunday, July 11. Carol Hillestad led our hike. The trail is a one mile "lollipop loop"  along Forest Hills Run. The trail is mostly easy, wide and fairly well groomed, but this is the Poconos so there are stretches of roots and rocks, and some up & down hill areas. At the beginning of the trail, wide stepping stones cross the creek. This hiking area is beautiful and shady, with many views of the creek and large stands of native rhododendrons.  Parking for the trail is on the north side of Woodland Road, across from Mt. Airy Casino.

Paradise Historical Society - Hike at Mt Airy Woodland Trail with Carol Hillestad
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