While a visit to the Eagles Mere Air Museum is one you won't soon forget, the town itself offers plenty to do and see during your stay here. Whether it's for a day, a weekend, a month or forever, you'll love Eagles Mere, PA. One visit, memories forever.
Located in Sonestown, Pennsylvania, the Endless Mountains War Memorial Museum offers visitors the chance to see first-hand one of the largest collections of personal artifacts from five separate conflicts in United States history, spanning more than 200 years.Visit Website
You'll delight in viewing this wonderful assemblage of 25 wood and canvas-covered wood canoes dating from the late 1800s to present day.
Hours: 10am - 5pm* (Monday - Saturday)
1pm - 5pm* (Sunday)
Our natural and pristine setting is a perfect habitat for resident and migrating birds. Bring your binoculars and your books for rare sightings. The Conservancy also sponsors hikes, rambles and lectures about the wildlife in our area. Much of the land and forest around Eagles Mere is protected by the Conservancy. They maintain miles of trails for hiking and a nature center. Cross country skiing is available too.Visit Website
Offering sandwiches, drinks, ice cream and gourmet coffees in Eagles Mere's famous summer spot, the Sweet Shop is a throw-back to the era of Norman Rockwell.
Hours: 8am - 9pm
A private, pristine lake surrounded by pine, mountain laurel and giant rhododendron. Access to this private lake and the Laurel Path is available to renters for a modest fee and included for guests of the Eagles Mere Inn. In summer months, rent canoes, sailboats, paddle boats, use the beach facilities and ride around the lake in the "Hardly Able" a canvas covered motor launch and the only power boat allowed on the lake. Sailing races and lake swims are planned in the months of July and August as are children’s programs run by the Eagles Mere Athletic Association.Visit Website
Whether you bring your own mountain or street bikes or borrow ours, there are hundreds of miles to explore here. Tour past Eagles Mere's 100+-year-old Victorian Cottages on barely traveled streets or venture out into the many marked forest trails.