Hidden Lake

Pennsylvania

Hidden Lake, Pennsylvania

Hidden Lake real estate is a tight inventory market for lake homes and land in Pennsylvania.

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    About Hidden Lake
    Located in Middle Smithfield Township, Pennsylvania

    Just 20 minutes northeast of Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, sits Hidden Lake. This beautiful body of water just 80 miles west of New York City, and 110 miles north of Philadelphia.

    Lehigh Valley Hospital is just 57 miles away, and the closest airport, Lehigh Valley International Airport, is just 46 miles away. That makes Hidden Lake a very convenient location for health and travel needs.

    For local dining, try Pocono Cafe-Bakery, Colombian Restaurant, or Pizarro’s Pizza restaurant.

    Fun On The Lake

    Hidden Lake serves up beautiful views as well as options for outdoor activities.

    Take a walk, jog, or bike on the two-mile Hidden Lake Loop trail. A perfect place to go fishing, kayaking, or relaxing and enjoying nature on the shore.

    In this 36-acre lake, anglers can expect to catch bluegill, channel catfish, largemouth bass, rainbow trout, and yellow perch.

    Nearby Attractions

    For the golfers in the family, the Great Bear Golf Club is pretty much in your backyard! This semi-private golf club's courses were designed by The Golden Bear himself, Jack Nicklaus.

    Great Bear's courses are renowned for their ability to challenge experienced players but still give beginners a chance to enjoy the experience.

    Split between Pennsylvania and New Jersey by the Delaware River is the Delaware Water Gap National Park. Thousands of people come here a year to experience the breathtaking beauty this park has to offer.

    This park has everything an outdoors enthusiast could want: scenic hiking routes with waterfalls, grassy beaches, a river to kayak on, boating and fishing opportunities, and so much more!

    Visit Allentown, Pennsylvania

    Allentown is the third-largest city in Pennsylvania, only behind Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. This vibrant metropolis offers an endless amount of fun for visitors.

    The Allentown Art Museum is a popular tourist destination featuring renowned exhibitions and permanent collections. Tourists love the photography collection, but there are also sculptures, paintings, textiles, and even decorative art pieces from the home of Frank Lloyd Wright!

    Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom is one of the most visited amusement parks in the country! Located 15 minutes outside of downtown Allentown, tourists and their families will love Dorney Park. There are over 100 wet and dry rides, live shows and entertainment, and one of the largest collections of children's rides in the country!

    Inside of Zion's Church downtown is a replica of the famous Liberty Bell. This church was the place used to hide the original during the Revolutionary War. Visitors can touch and ring the replica bell, as well as learn more about the period through various interactive exhibits.

    After a long day exploring the city, visitors can enjoy a meal at eateries like Copperhead Grille, Wert's Cafe, Union & Finch, Youell's Oyster House, and many more!

    A Perfect Lake for Anyone Seeking Pennsylvania's Finest

    If you’re looking to immerse yourself in everything Pennsylvania has to offer, take a look at Hidden Lake. It may just be the location of your next lake home!