Best Owego / White Deer Snowmobiling

The 24th most popular snowmobile trail in Pennsylvania.

  Delaware State Forest, Pennsylvania, US


  July 18, 2016

North of Stroudsburg and Lords Valley in Delaware State Forest, the Owego / White Deer Snowmobile Trails have several miles of loops open to snowmobiling.

To reach the trailhead near the SF HQ, follows US84 to Exit 9. Head north on SR739 to the intersection with US6. Look for the trailhead to the northwest.


To reach the trailhead from the intersection of Pine St. and US 6 in Hawley, go south/east on US 6 for 8.8 miles. The trailhead is on the left.

While snowmobiling Owego / White Deer Snowmobile Trails, all snowmobiles must have a valid registration with the Pennsylvania Department Of Conservation And Natural Resources. The registration can be obtained from the PA DOC directly or through one of 1,000 dealers in the state. For more details on snowmobile registration for snowmobiling at the Owego / White Deer Snowmobile Trails, you can call the PA DOC at (866) 545-2476.

Overall, Owego / White Deer is the 24th most popular snowmobile trail of all 24 snowmobiling rides in Pennsylvania.

Local Contacts:  Delaware State Forest snowmobiling (570) 895-4000; PA Visitor Info. (800) VISIT-PA.

Best Season:  Jan - Feb.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Rimrock Cottages, Stroudsburg (570) 629-2360; Fern Ridge

Luxury Loding:  Stroudsmoor Country Inn (800) 955-8663

Breakfast Restaurant:  Murphys Loft, Blakeslee

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  41.42082, -75.07361

Date Published:  12/24/2015

Date Updated:  7/18/2016

ID:  17491

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