Sports and Recreation
Whether you like to get out and DO or get out and watch, you will find what your looking for right outside your Keswick Pointe door. Golf, skiing, tennis, hiking, boating, hunting, fishing, bird watching, rock climbing... Whew, there's plenty of opportunity around Keswick Pointe! If all that activity has you feeling a little winded, you sit down and see the next generation of professional athletes. The top minor league affiliates for the Philadelphia Phillies, New York Yankees, and Pittsburgh Penguins all have Northeast Pennsylvania homes. If you love sports - doing and watching - Keswick Pointe is the perfect starting point for daily adventure.
Golf lovers will find nearly two dozen courses within a short drive of Keswick Pointe’s gates, among them, classic layouts from celebrated designers including Robert Trent Jones, Donald Ross, Arnold Palmer, and Jack Nicklaus. With courses ranging in difficulty from relaxing municipal courses to challenging and breathtaking championship level offerings, it will take years for you to play and master them all.
You can review the gamut of Pocono Mountains golf courses here
Skiing & Snowboarding
Each year, the Poconos are transformed into an enchanting winter play land nearly as soon as the trees shed their leaves and Keswick Pointe is – as usual – in the center of it all. There are nearly a dozen nearby ski areas offering skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing, including “The Big Two,” Jack Frost and Big Boulder Park only minutes from your front door and Cambelback and Sno Mountain just a short drive further.
You can learn more about winter fun in your new Pocono Mountains neighborhood here.
The Poconos are also home to three of the nation’s leading waterparks, Camelbeach, Split Rock’s H2O, and Great Wolf Lodge – the latter two completely indoors, offering a perfect day of fun for visiting family members and friends.
You can learn about additional Pocono Mountains waterpark fun options here.
Hiking & Strolls
Keswick Pointe’s entrance is just across the street from the Austin Blakeslee Natural Area, featuring 118 acres of tranquil trails and protected lands. In addition, Hickory Run State Park highlights more than half-a-dozen nearby state parks and the legendary Appalachian Trail has multiple trailheads only a short drive from your front door.