This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
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Jim Thorpe Travel Tips
Spending Time in Jim Thorpe Cabins
If you've never been to Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania, you are missing out on a fun little town. It lacks the hustle and bustle of the bigger cities, it is clean and friendly, and it was voted one of the best towns in the country for a good time. This pretty much explains why both Jim Thorpe cabins and Jim Thorpe house rentals are extremely popular [http://www.vrbo.com/vacation-rentals/usa/pennsylvania/northeastern-mountains/poconos Poconos vacation rentals]]. Not only do both options allow you to take in the night life of Jim Thorpe, they also keep you close enough to the natural surroundings that you can always find a great adventure out of doors.
A Small Town Area with Big Culture
Jim Thorpe is part of a region that only has around 300,000 people in it. That's an entire region, whereas most big cities can compact millions of people into a far smaller area. When you check out Jim Thorpe house rentals, though, you won't just notice a quiet town. You'll notice they have natural wonders like their own butterfly sanctuary, and historic sites like the home of Asa Packer in nearby Mauch Chunk—built by railroad philanthropist Asa Packer in 1861, its 11,000 square feet only cost $14,000. Back in Jim Thorpe, a thriving arts community keeps culture alive, including with its annual Arts Odyssey and open art studio tours.
Back to Nature
History and culture aren't everything, of course. You want a fun experience right now. Bring on the mountain trails, the crisp air you'll never find in a big city, and enough whitewater rafting for three companies to offer it. How often can you go out into a wooded area that isn't a park? With Jim Thorpe cabins, the woods are just a little ways off in the Lentz Trail. Take a walk (or a hike) on the wild side.