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Why You Should Go: From Lifetime movie marathons to never-ending Words-with-Friends battles, we all could use a little less screen time. Bridge the gap with nature with overnights at the Delaware Water Gap Pocono Mountain KOA, and connect to the great outdoors. What You Should Know: Part of the massive camping KOA, campsites at the Delaware Water Gap offer premiere family fun in the Poconos. With level pull-through sites as long as 85 ft., and grassy wooded spots for tents, you get the ideal location for outdoor living. Enjoy Kayaking, canoeing, rafting, and hiking all a stone’s throw away or visit the Native American Museum and hopping flea market in Bushkill Falls on the weekends. Bridge the gap at the Delaware Water Gap Pocono Mountain KOA.
The Fine Print
Limit 2 per customer, additional as gifts; up to 2 vouchers may be combined to extend stay • Only valid for stays between November 27 and March 31, 2014 • Reservations required and subject to availability; must be made online • Not valid toward existing or room block reservations • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 15 days applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Once reservation is confirmed a $15 fee for any changes will be applied • Voucher valid for up to 2 guests • Includes a bottle of wine in-room, a tasting and tour for two at Unionville Vineyard and a sack of alpaca feed • All rooms are subject to availability and confirmed upon arrival • Taxes/resort fee and gratuities are not included; payable directly to the property • Nights must be spent consecutively; all inclusions must be redeemed during one stay • Blackout date(s): February 14-17
The Destination Founded in 1705, Lambertville, New Jersey, is an unassuming town on the banks of the Delaware River. Lovingly preserved Victorians and Federal-style row houses give its downtown district a charming aesthetic, while antique markets, coffee shops, and artisan galleries draw a creative crowd. Last, but certainly not least, the historic Delaware & Raritan Canal snakes through Lambertville, with a scenic towpath following along beside it for hikers and bikers to enjoy. The Digs Less than a mile from downtown, Chimney Hill Estate and Ol' Barn Inn is part bed and breakfast, part alpaca farm. Restored in 1920 by Margaret Spencer, America's first female architect, this 1820 fieldstone home has plenty to bray about—think soft bathrobes and beds fitted with plush linens. Some of the inn's comfortable guest rooms feature crackling fireplaces, and the Barn Suites offer Jacuzzi tubs. Eight acres of fields and gardens offer plenty of space to meet and greet the property's alpacas, who are ready to befriended anyone offering alpaca feed. Once they've had their fill, head out to pasture and visit the Alpaca Gift Store, where you can browse hats, sweaters, and gloves knitted from the high-quality wool. The Diversions • Anton's at the Swan Restaurant • Unionville Vineyards • River Horse Brewing Company • Golden Nugget Antique and Flea Market • Delaware & Raritan Canal State Park