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Lake Agmar Travel Tips

A Quiet Retreat in Lake Agmar Cabins

Nestled in the town of White Haven Pennsylvania, Lake Agmar is a spring fed body of water that rarely goes deeper than fifteen feet. Surrounded by the rustic local brand of Poconos vacation rentals and locally owned Lake Agmar cabins, this is a very peaceful place right between New York City and Philadelphia. From the annual Jam Below the Dam concert to the Poconos Raceway, you can also find your share of excitement should you ever get to feeling a little too peaceful. For hunting enthusiasts, the local game areas are excellent for deer hunting, giving you something extra to bring home from your vacation.

Get Outdoors and Find Nature

If you're in need of a getaway in the great outdoors, Lake Agmar cabins will put you right where you belong. You won't have to worry about the noise and danger of speed boats on Lake Agmar, because they're not allowed. You can still rent a paddleboat or a canoe, or just hop in the lake for a swim. It's a nice, leisurely way to spend an afternoon, and get some exercise without thinking about it. If you like to fish, there are plenty of feisty large mouth bass in Lake Agmar to make sure you'll have plenty to put on the camp fire.

A Very Rich History

Swimming and fishing are great, but sometimes you'd rather learn something. White Haven was first settled in 1824, and incorporated in 1842. Lake Agmar house rentals will let you check out some neat historical sites, like the old Village of Lehigh Tannery, which used to serve the country's second largest tannery. If you appreciate wildlife, you can also take a driving tour that follows the path that John James Audubon took back in 1829. Introduce your children to how things used to be.

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