Masthope and Fun Things To Do in Lackawaxen PA

Lackawaxen, the largest and northernmost township in Pennsylvania, is home to the community of Masthope, a popular, four-seasons, residential and recreational community. The Indian word for “The Place Where Two Rivers Meet,” Lackawaxen was named after the river that flows 12 miles through the township. The Delaware River on the eastern boundary of the township joins the Lackawaxen River at Lackawaxen Village and offers opportunities for a variety of recreational activities such as kayaking, canoeing, tubing, and rafting down the river.

Masthope Mountain Community

Residents of Masthope enjoy a vast array of year-round activities within their own community including boating, horseback riding, skiing, swimming, a myriad of sports activities, numerous seasonal events and much more!  Masthope’s many amenities include tennis courts, basketball courts, a bocce ball court, a restaurant & bar, racquetball courts, a beach house, playgrounds, pool, cross-country ski trail, horseback riding trails, volleyball court, horseshoe pit, ATV riding trails, Remembrance Park, River Park, a convenience market/deli, petting zoo, common lodge area, property owners lounge, game room, fitness center, and motor boating available on Westcolang Lake. Click here to learn more about Masthope Mountain Community and Masthope homes for sale.

Lackawaxen Attractions

Lackawaxen offers lots of fun things to do in the area especially if you love history and the outdoors. Built In 1848, the Roebling Aqueduct Suspension Bridge (connects Minisink Ford, NY and Lackawaxen), was as an aqueduct to carry canal boats over the Delaware River. Today, the bridge stands as a landmark for one of the oldest suspension bridges in the entire country. John Roebling designed the wire cable suspension structure, which he later used as the prototype for the Brooklyn Bridge. You can either drive or walk across the historic bridge and enjoy the gorgeous view of the Delaware River.

Once the home of Zane Grey, a prolific writer of western novels, the Zane Grey Museum is a favorite destination in Lackawaxen among history and literature buffs. Now owned by the National Park Service, guided tours of the museum are offered seasonally and the popular Zane Grey Festival is held each year in the township. The lovely house and grounds are a great place to explore the beautiful scenery.

Ski Big Bear in Lackawaxen is a skiing and snowboarding resort located in Masthope. While open to the public, it is an amenity of the Masthope Mountain Community and Masthope property owners receive a season pass as part of their annual community dues. Ski Big Bear offers 18 trails, 7 lifts including 2 Magic Carpet lifts, and 650′ of vertical. The mountain is covered annually with approximately 50 inches of snow.  Snowmakers make sure the trails are blanketed with as much snow as possible. Ski-Big Bear offers trails for all skill levels ranging from beginner to double black diamond.

Masthope REALTOR® – Alicia Kowalik

The family-oriented, all-seasons community of Masthope offers a variety of real estate choices including established Masthope lakefront homes for sale, Masthope lake rights homes for sale, and Masthope land for sale. As a Masthope homeowner, your family will enjoy an exciting array of recreation and sports activities and numerous seasonal events. 

Masthope REALTOR® – Alicia Kowalik is intimately familiar with the local area and real estate market. Alicia is well-connected and always the first to know when new Masthope real estate listings become available. She can help you find the most desirable  Masthope homes for sale and also help you evaluate the features and benefits of your favorite choices. Alicia brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to every transaction. 

Please give Alicia a call directly at 570-470-5076 or send her an email today, and she’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have.  

Alicia Kowalik, REALTOR®
Lakeview Realty Inc.
Wallenpaupack Realty
2449 Route 6
Hawley, PA 18428
Direct: (570) 470-5076
Office: (570) 226-6300
E-mail: Aliciat@ptd.net