Over a Century of History

For over a century, Buck Hill Falls has been a destination for families seeking to meet and reconnect to create memories. The founders envisioned a summer retreat from nearby cities. Early planning created a serene haven over 4500+ acres of streamside glens, roaring waterfalls, ancient woods, and shaded paths. Despite Buck Hill Falls history of housing an extravagant 400+ room inn filled with world-travelers and famous visitors, the community remains a well-planned paradise, a well-kept secret.

Family, Friends, Neighbors

Buck Hillers highly-value an active lifestyle and spend time participating in sports and social/cultural activities at Buck Hill Falls. The community enjoys a myriad of options: Donald Ross-designed golf courses at the Buck Hill Golf Club, ten Har-Tru tennis courts at the Tennis Complex, an Olympic-sized outdoor swimming pool, two spectacular lawn bowling greens, 40+ miles of pristine hiking and biking trails, and over a dozen other four-season, recreational offerings. Social and cultural events abound at Buck Hill Falls and the community also enjoys a lively series of arts, concerts, environmental conservation, and educational seminars year-round.

Feels Like Home

Whether full-time residents, renters, or vacationers, fostering family traditions and closeness are a point of pride in Buck Hill Falls, starting with their homes. Whether spending time walking the private community trails nestled between cottages or enjoying a fresh cup of coffee on a dynamic Buck Hill porch with friends, Buck Hill cottages are the central place to spend time together. Visitors, families and neighbors enjoy and value its charming tranquility, privacy, sophistication, and safety.

Think Globally

Buck Hillers are not just involved in their own community, they care about our local and global community as well. With a focus on preserving and serving others, Buck Hillers participate in philanthropic endeavors for the greater good. The Buck Hill Art Association offers Artist-in-Residence Programs. The Pocono Mountain Music Festival has annual scholarships. There are land preservation efforts via the Conservation Foundation, and the Community Services Committee participates in annual charitable events and sponsorships to a variety of organizations. Buck Hillers give back in individual ways too – volunteering for Meals on Wheels, helping out at local shelters, supporting the Barrett Paradise Friendly Library, and more. Buck Hill is a community that reaches out and pulls together and community members hand down that passion for giving to each new generation.

#BHFLife: It’s A Lifestyle

Buck Hillers embrace charming and wholesome annual traditions that encourage family reconnection and a unique community camaraderie. Buck Hill celebrates with annual picnics and community reunion games at Metzgar’s Farm, winter carols in the Gardens, an annual holiday Yule-Log Hunt, a century-old tradition of parent-child golf tournaments at the Golf Club, and an unforgettable Fourth of July parade with a century-old welcome ceremony and nighttime fireworks celebration.

Kids at a 4th of July Picnic

Childhood Friendships Flourish

Fostering lifetime friendships is key to the Buck Hill community. The Youth Activities Program offers wholesome fun for all ages of Buck Hillers. Children, tweens, and teens in the Buck Hill Falls community take part in community leadership projects, gardening, outdoor adventures, and youth-centered night in and night out activities. In addition, Summer Camp is the most unique aspect of Buck Hill Falls, one that has encouraged friendships for over 70 years. This creative summer program (Camp Club and Senior Camp) offers arts, crafts, music, camping, dance, golf, tennis, weekly field trips, and a camp carnival to all Buck Hill youth from ages 3 – 15.