Pocono Valley Resort

Pocono Valley, located 90 miles from New York and Philadelphia, is the ultimate setting for your group trip. We offer a safe facility, engaging activities, delicious food, and experienced staff. Groups can enjoy environmental programs, as well as our facilities which include basketball courts, softball fields, beach volleyball, miniature golf, a 35-foot giant swing, row & pedal boats, two 900-ft. zip lines, a tree top adventure park, bumper balls, a 30-ft. climbing tower, an ice cream extravaganza bar, two heated Olympic-size pools, plus tons more! Lodging includes 80 recently renovated cabins, and up to 5,000 can be accommodated for an overnight stay.
Contact Info
Address: 300 Camp Akiba Rd., Reeders, PA 18352. Monroe County.
Tel: 800-648-4FUN.
Hrs: May-Oct., call for reservations.
Whether your school needs a single day, multi-day, or overnight experience, Pocono Valley offers student packages to fit any budget. Your group can use our resort to learn about the ecology of the Pocono Region including wildlife, aquatics, and forestry. Fun outdoor activities, such as the Twin Pines Challenge Ropes course, will build teamwork among your students while creating lasting memories. Our 40-acre lake is perfect for kayak, canoe, and pedal boat excursions.
Contact Info
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Phone: 800-648-4FUN.
Trip Info
Grade Level: All grades.
Group Size: Varies.
Program Type: Day Trips, Overnight Trips, Self-Guided Activities, Guided Activities.
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Registration: Varies.
Food Options: Catering, Picnic area available.
Cost: Fee.
Title I or Financial Support: n/a.
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Supports Classroom Learning In: Environmental Studies, Physical Education.
Topics Covered: climbing, ecology, forestry, ropes course, sports, teambuilding. 

Lesson Plan To Enrich This Class Trip

Sports & Games Lesson Plan

Students participate in activities to learn about the members of their team and how to work together in order to be successful. Discuss the importance of teamwork or “playing the game.” In what other situations might you need these skills? Is it important to play by the rules? Why or why not?... Continue