Trails is located off Route 903 in Albrightsville, PA just
minutes from Big Boulder and Jack Frost Ski Resort sin the
center of the Poconos Mountains in PA.
is a Le nape Indian word which means Nature's Wonders. Towamensing
Trials sports a 190 acre lake, a community Center with game
room, and a private restaurant and bar. Special events are
scheduled all year long.
is a private residential community with permanent and
part-time residents. It was established in 1971 and developed in
6 stages known as sections. There are approximately 700 full-time
residents and many part-time residents, as well as part-time and
full-time renters. Towamensing
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has 24 hour security, 5 day trash disposal of trash, and full time
maintenance and administrative staff. All administrative services
are located in a building know as the Teepee at the main entrance
to the community.
Ther is a private
pool and beach, tennis, basketball and volleyball courts, ball field
and playground. During the summer season boats can be rented. The
lake is stocked with fish periodically. (PA license is required).
Currently there is a catch and release rule in effect. Private boats
are allowed on the lake, as long as they are not gas powered and
are registered at the Community Office.
the lake and pool is the Community Center. Here various recreational
activities take place, such as Halloween parties for the children,
Easter egg hunts, Memorial Day and Fourth of July celebrations,
teen activities, flea markets, and many other events.Ther is an
outdoor pavilion. They also have a snack bar, which is usually open
during the summer season.
The lounge serves
alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments and is open to all owners,
renters, and authorized guests. At various times meals and snacks
are available, along with music and dancing. During good weather
many functions are held outside on the deck, which many find most
enjoyable. The lounge has both winter and summer hours.
All can use
the above facilities, but in order to purchase alcoholic beverages,
you must be a member of the Trails Lake & Tennis Club (TLTC).
The TLTC is a not-for-profit private club, which rents a portion
of the Clubhouse from the TTPOA and must abide by the terms of the
lease. The TLTC must also adhere to the rules and regulations set
by the PA Liquor Control Board in order to keep their license. Regular,
Family, Social, and Seasonal memberships are available for a nominal
fee. Inquire at the lounge for further information. Most of the
facilities are available for use for private occasions, parties,
etc. subject to board approval and the Rules set by the TLTC.