There’s so much to do in Wayne and Pike Counties here in Northeastern PA…and the Fall season is no exception!  Check out this great site, Fall in PA.  Lots of info there!

Of course, the biggest draw is the Fall Foliage…every year, people flock to the Lake Wallenpaupack area to see the spectacular show Mother Nature puts on…and it’s already STARTING.  Usually the peak is in early October, but every year is different.  Reds, oranges, yellows…some of the trees are so vivid they appear to be aflame.  I love fall…it’s nice and cool, the bugs depart, and you just can’t beat sitting out on your deck with a nice warm mug of apple cider.  Ahh, THIS is why we move to the country, folks!

If you’re looking for the area’s ULTIMATE Fall Foliage event, you’ll want to reserve your spot on the Stourbridge Line for a fantastic 4 1/2 hour rail excursion along the Lackawaxen river.  Starting in historic Honesdale with a stop in the Victorian village of Lackawaxen (inluding a tour of the Zane Grey Museum and a gander at the Roebling Aqueduct Suspension Bridge…you can walk across if you want!) this is the MOST popular train ride of the year, so get in touch with the folks NOW, HERE.  Cost is $29 per person, October 10 & 11 and 17 & 18.  Don’t miss it.

And if you decide that you, too, need to have a part time home here in Wayne or Pike County…or if throw up your hands and say ‘Enough!  I’m moving to the country!’ and want a year round place, please give me a call, 570-351-6785.  I’ll help you find the paradise you’re in search of.