Roebling Inn Area - Photo Album List

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Dating from 1870 and listed on the National Historic Register, Roebling Inn is in the Upper Delaware River Valley. It is a Poconos bed and breakfast that everyone will enjoy.

Welcome! Established as a bed and breakfast inn in 1988, many guests come back for a little bit of rest and relaxation. The scenery is a feast for the eyes and the inn itself has a welcoming and authentic feel.


Pair of bald eagles on our riverbank. Bald eagles along the Delaware River have 2 or 3 chicks in enormous nests. The young usually hatch around

winter morning

Mike Padua's drift boat. Sweetwater Guide Service is one of several guides on the Delaware River. Here is a way to enjoy the river with the advantage of an experienced guide who knows the river like the back of his hand. It is a fishing excursion for coup

A sitting room just for our guests has a selection of games and books, many about the Delaware River area and its history.

Completed by John Roebling in 1848, the Roebling Delaware Aqueduct served the Delaware & Hudson Canal Company for 50 years to allow canal boats to cross the Delaware above the actual river itself. This eliminated collisions with enormous log rafts which w

The Lackawaxen River is stocked with thousands of trout annually. The beauty of the Lackawaxen River is extraordinary.

To have the river to yourself . . .The Upper Delaware River is the border between New York Catskills and Pennsylvania Poconos. It is the road less traveled for both areas and receives only a fraction of visitors to the Stroudsburg area. The Upper Delaware

Area map

View of the rivers

Upstairs hallway

Springtime on the Lackawaxen River

Kayakers off our bank

A favorite trout fishing spot

Kayaks paddling under the Roebling Bridg

Commemorative monument

Minisink Battleground

A misty morning

Unknown soldier from the Revolutionary War

The Upper Delaware River Valley has dozens of breeding bald eagles that thrive here year-round, building nests and raising young, so it is fairly common to see the mature birds (white head and tail) or immature eagles at any time of year. They come and go

PA boat access