Pocono Mountains

Welcome to Pocono Mountains


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Spanning four counties in Pennsylvania, the Pocono Mountains are known for their scenic natural beauty, 150 lakes, exciting mountain resorts, and charming historic towns. Endless opportunities for outdoor adventure await year-round, from fishing, boating, and watersports in the summer to skiing and snow tubing in the winter. Explore quaint towns, go for a scenic train ride, hike to breathtaking waterfalls, book a tee time, and be wowed by stunning fall foliage. With so much to explore, you’ll want to visit the Poconos again and again.

That’s why Greg Petrillo, founder of Pocono Mountain Rentals, is proud to call the Poconos home.

Pocono Mountain Rentals

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Outdoor Hot Tubs

The 100 Collection of Pocono Mountain Rentals

In Greg’s collection of stunning mountain homes, you’ll find plenty of amenities that enhance the guest experience and make these properties one-of-a-kind. Enjoy outdoor hot tubs, fire pits, enormous TVs, pool tables, game rooms, gas fireplaces, media rooms, screened-in porches, poker rooms, and more. The beautiful properties in Greg’s collection are thoughtfully designed to provide everything guests need to escape the stresses of everyday life and unwind with friends and family in the mountains.

Cabin rentals in the Pocono Mountains
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Services Offered
  • Catering
  • Personalized Recommendations
Services Available
  • EV Charging Stations
Doyen of Pocono Mountain Rentals
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Greg Petrillo
Favorite Restaurant(s)
Nick’s Lake House, Shenanigans, Louie’s Prime Steak House
Favorite Brewery
Barley Creek Brewing Company
Favorite Coffee Shop
Country Peddler
Favorite Store
Terra Cottage
Favorite Thing To Do in Lake Harmony
Snow skiing in winter, watersports on the lake in summer

Growing up, Greg Petrillo’s family loved spending time together on Lake Wallenpaupack, the largest lake in the Poconos, where they owned a vacation home. From a young age, Greg learned about real estate from his father, who owned vacation properties in the Poconos and other nearby areas, and he always dreamed of owning his own property.