To foster the growth of our community, we invite you to recommend any family members or friends whom you would like to sponsor as Serenité members.

In appreciation of your support, if your Member-Sponsored Guest decides to join our expanding community at Serenité, we will gladly cover your upcoming year’s Annual Membership Dues. Kindly let your Member-Sponsored Guest know that we will be contacting them on your behalf to offer an invitation for a site visit, allowing them to personally experience the wonders of Serenité.

Moments of Serenité

Keep the photos coming!

We’re looking for photos of our members and their loved ones enjoying their time spent at Serenité and experiencing the Pocono Mountains to display at the Serenité Membership Gallery. Please send photos to and stop by 503 Camelback Road to see your Moments of Serenité on display as well as photos from the adventures of all of our Serenité members.



Friday, April 20 to Sunday, April 23. Mauch Chunk Opera House. 14 West Broadway. Jim Thorpe, PA. 570.325.0249

The Jim Thorpe Independent Film Festival (JTIFF) is back for another year of screenings and awards. Channeling the rebellious spirit of the Molly Maguires, JTIFF challenges the boldest, most defiant filmmakers to present their work, shatter convention and incite spirited debate. The festival credo is “eyes and minds wide open,” and they mean it!



Saturday, April 29. 7:30 p.m. The Sherman Theater. 524 Main Street. Stroudsburg, PA. 570.420.2808.

Whose Live Anyway? is 90 minutes of hilarious improvised comedy and song all based on audience suggestions. Featuring current cast members of the Emmy-nominated TV show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?,” Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Jeff B. Davis, and Joel Murray will leave you gasping with the very witty scenes they invent before your eyes. Audience participation is key to the show so bring your suggestions and you might be asked to join the cast onstage! The event showcases some of the improv games made famous on the long-running TV show as well as some exciting new ones, featuring musical direction by Bob Derkach. All ages permitted.


As winter melts away and the beauty of spring begins to emerge, there’s no better time to explore the Pocono Mountains near Tannersville, Pennsylvania. Bursting with life, this picturesque region offers an abundance of outdoor activities, local attractions, and unique experiences to make your visit truly unforgettable.

Hiking and Nature Exploration

Spring is the perfect season for hiking enthusiasts as the Pocono Mountains boast a vast network of trails suitable for all skill levels. The nearby Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, for example, offers over 100 miles of scenic trails, ranging from short walks to challenging hikes. The picturesque Bushkill Falls, often referred to as the “Niagara of Pennsylvania,” is another must-visit destination, featuring eight stunning waterfalls and a variety of trails.

Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking

As temperatures rise, the snowmelt from the mountains swells the region’s rivers, creating prime conditions for whitewater rafting and kayaking adventures. Several outfitters in the area, such as Pocono Whitewater and Adventure Sports, provide guided trips down the Lehigh River, catering to both beginners and experienced rafters. Kayaking is also an excellent way to explore the Pocono waterways at your own pace, with rentals and guided tours available throughout the region.

Golfing in the Poconos

The Pocono Mountains are home to several championship golf courses, each offering its unique challenges and breathtaking views. Some popular options include the Jack Frost National Golf Club, Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort, and the Great Bear Golf Club. With beautifully manicured greens, spring is the perfect time to tee off in the mountains.

Visit Camelback Mountain Adventures

If you’re looking for family-friendly fun, look no further than Camelback Mountain Adventures. This outdoor adventure park features a variety of attractions, including ziplining, a mountain coaster, treetop obstacle courses, and scenic chairlift rides. The park opens in late spring, making it an ideal destination for those seeking an adrenaline rush.

Explore Local Art and Culture

The Pocono Mountains are also rich in art and culture, with numerous galleries, museums, and performing arts centers dotting the region. The Pocono Arts Council, for instance, showcases local talent through exhibitions and events, while the Sherman Theater in nearby Stroudsburg hosts live music and theatrical performances. The area is also home to several art studios where you can try your hand at pottery, painting, and other crafts.

Wine and Dine in the Pocono Mountains

The Poconos is a haven for foodies and wine enthusiasts alike. Visit one of the many wineries and vineyards scattered throughout the region, such as the Mountain View Vineyard or the Cherry Valley Vineyard. Additionally, Tannersville and the surrounding towns offer a diverse selection of dining options, including farm-to-table restaurants, cozy cafes, and fine dining establishments.

Attend a Spring Festival

Springtime in the Poconos is marked by a number of festivals celebrating the season. Keep an eye out for the annual Monroe County Earth Day celebration or the Jim Thorpe Earth Day Festival, both of which promote environmental conservation and sustainable living. Music lovers can also look forward to the annual Pocono Mountains Music Festival, featuring a diverse lineup of local and national artists.

Make sure to reach out to our concierge to facilitate your experience.

the Pocono spotlight:


Mountain Creek Riding Stables
To showcase some of the incredible businesses located in The Pocono Mountains, we’ve created —
The Pocono Spotlight.


Discover the magic of the Pocono Mountains on horseback at Mountain Creek Riding Stables, a family-owned and operated stable that has been providing unforgettable experiences for over 20 years. Nestled in the heart of the Poconos near Tannersville, Pennsylvania, Mountain Creek Riding Stables offers guided trail rides through picturesque woodlands, meadows, and creeks, making it an ideal destination for riders of all ages and skill levels.

Mountain Creek Riding Stables is located at 6190 Paradise Valley Rd, Cresco, PA 18326. The stables can be easily reached by phone at 570.839.8725 for any questions, reservations, or additional information. They are open year-round, with operating hours typically from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. However, it is always recommended to call ahead or check their website for the most up-to-date information on hours and availability.