We now offer overnight accommodations at the Two River Junction Bed & Breakfast.
These rooms with a picturesque view of the Laxawaxen River include a queen-size bed, small refrigerator with complimentary soft drinks and private bathroom. $125/night double occupancy includes free Wi-Fi, breakfast and discounted float trips. All rooms are non-smoking.
Our rooms are just a short walk to the Zane Grey Museum and the state boat launching ramp. Watch for eagles from your room, our restaurant and other nearby vantage points.
Other wildlife that can be seen includes whitetail deer, otters, bear and ducks.
There are numerous public hiking trails nearby, and we have the maps to guide you.
If you bring the kids,
they'll enjoy one of Pennsylvania's finest recreational fields, the Ross Rosencrance Memorial Park, across the street from Two River Junction. The
park has tennis and basketball courts, volleyball, softball, baseball,
swings and kiddie rides, even a golf driving range.
Into bicycling? Pennsylvania's second longest bike route passes by our doors, following the Lackawaxen River from Hawley to the Roebling Bridge in Lackawaxen, where it connects with another popular bicycle route in New York. Designated as Bike Route Y, you will pass by historic sites, fishing spots and eagle-viewing vantage points.
Other lodging and points of
The comfortable Roebling Inn on the Delaware Bed and Breakfast overlooks the Delaware River
and is within easy walking distance of the Zane Grey Museum and state boat ramp. Their
country-style breakfasts are the talk of the town. For reservations and
rates, call (570) 685-7900 and ask for D.J. or JoAnn.
A short distance east on Scenic Drive you'll find the
The Inn at Lackawaxen
House which also features hotel accommodations, two dining rooms, a
dining deck overlooking the river, a cocktail lounge and a
mouth-watering menu of fine foods. For reservations, call (570)
685-7061. Ask for Sue Holbert.
There are two excellent campgrounds
nearby on the Delaware. Camp Ascalona is located one-half mile upstream
on the New York side from the Zane Grey Pool. For reservations call
(570) 557-6554 and ask for Yanna or Brenda.
The Sylvania Tree Farm campsite, located on the river three miles
north of Lackawaxen, also offers rental cottages and cabins on 1,200
acres of woodland beauty intersected by a fine little trout stream
featuring wild brook trout and some big browns. For reservations, call
(570) 685-7001 and ask for John or Jane McKay.
Nearby attractions also include: