NOW is the time to get to the Poconos to see our Fabulous Fall Foliage.

In the northern counties of the Poconos (Wayne and Pike) the colors will be peaking very soon.

In the lower counties of the Poconos (Monroe and Carbon) we have about a week or two.

Fall foliage in the Poconos     Fall foliage on the Lake 2011LOOOOOOOOVE THIS LAKE SHOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This Maple Tree currently has orange-yellow leaves.  Within a week or two these leaves will be the brighest yellow and it will be the most beautiful tree ever. You would not think that leaves could get this yellow.

Fall foliage in the Poconos     More Fall Foliage on the lake 2011

Fall foliage in the Poconos  Now, check out this just added beautiful Burning Bush.  You can really see why they call it a Burning bush, thats for sure.  The reds are so vibrant.

 And right next to this orange-yellow leaved Maple is a still very green Oak.  So you see, several weeks of Fabulous Fall Foliage in the Poconos.

Wherever you go, North or South, you will be able to travel only a few miles in the opposite direction and find fabulous color.  If you can find a sunset to view it over, that will be even greater. Go for it!

Make your reservations Now.  Take advantage of the season changes of the Poconos and get here and enjoy them.

Better yet, buy your own vacation home and fully enjoy all the wonders of all our seasons.  There are beautiful assets of each here.  And the prices are right in our market.

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Current listing of homes for sale over $100,000 to $150,000

Current listing of homes for sale over $150,000 to under $200,000

I'm going to try to get to several locations throughout this week and next so I can post some more great pictures for you.  Stay tuned!


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Comment balloon 10 commentsBobbie Smith • September 25 2011 07:24PM


Bobbie, this is one of my favorite times of the year.  All the fall foliage just brightens up the countryside.  I bet Autumn in the Poconos is gorgeous.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 7 years ago

I think you guys get more variety of color. We have a lot of yellow, but it sure is pretty. I just took a drive today and will be posting some pics later.

Posted by Debbie Laity, Your Real Estate Resource for Delta County, CO (Cedaredge Land Company) over 7 years ago


Your photos are great; you are talking about my wife's favorite time of the year. The colors has a lot to do with that.



Posted by Steve, Joel & Steve A. Chain (Chain Real Estate Investments & Mortgage, Steve & Joel Chain) over 7 years ago

Karen, Our colors are gorgeous thats for sure. I'm anxious to see just how much color we get with the "wet" year we have had. Am hoping it makes a bright difference.

Debbie -  Yes, we do get a great variety of colors and they are bright.

Steve, Fall is a fabulous time of year. Beautiful colors, warm days and cool nights.

Posted by Bobbie Smith, 570-242-1891 over 7 years ago

Sorry I have not been able to post more pictures as I promised. We have had so much rain, and it is cold already too. BooHoo!

Posted by Bobbie Smith, 570-242-1891 over 7 years ago

Added a couple more pics today, Sunday the 9th of October. What a gorgeous day here today! And it was my Dads 89th Birthday! WooHoo!

Posted by Bobbie Smith, 570-242-1891 over 7 years ago

Added a vibrant red Burning Bush today (10/31/11) with snow - how odd is that. Fall color photos with snow.

Posted by Bobbie Smith, 570-242-1891 over 7 years ago
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