A new year means exciting new adventures in the Endless Mountains! From brand-new businesses to longtime favorites, explore what’s opened, expanded, and changed within the past year.
Chocolates by Leopold in Montrose moved into a larger store on the corner of Church and South Main.
Comfort Inn & Suites in Tunkhannock is receiving a full remodel for 2024.
The Eagles Mere Inn boasts a new look complete with a cedar shake exterior, sleek cooper roof, and an outdoor bar with a covered patio.
The Endless Mountains Gravel Bikepacking Loop has been updated to include even more gravel roads and easier access to amenities like lodging and restaurants. If you’re up for an adventure, join the Endless Mountains 430 Challenge, a multi-day, self-supported race launching on September 21, 2024.
Feick’s Vintage Finds of Meshoppen opened a second store in nearby Muncy, Pennsylvania.
Franklin’s Small Town Flowers and Greenhouse in Dushore added a new greenhouse where you can find produce, plants, and more.
Henningstead Organic Farm, a family-run dairy farm in Mehoopany, has started making their own artisanal farmstead cheese.
Hilltop Farms Marketplace in Tunkhannock is now open with a delicious selection of farm-fresh meats, dairy, and baked goods, as well as gifts and décor for every season. During the warmer months, they’ll open their greenhouse with garden plants and supplies.
The Local Emporium Co. in Tunkhannock is a new shop that celebrates craftsmanship at its finest. Browse artisanal treasures, local artwork, and handmade items, all made in Northeastern Pennsylvania. You can even make your own soy wax candle or join one of their creative workshops.
Maiolatesi Wine Cellars opened their new tasting room in nearby Scott Township.
Meckley Brooms has been making handcrafted brooms for six generations. The tradition continues as they open a retail shop in Lopez in 2024 where customers can purchase handcrafted brooms and join classes and demos.
Located just south of Tunkhannock, Miller Mountain is a stunning 2,500-acre property that became part of the Pinchot State Forest in fall 2023. The mountain is now open to the public for passive recreation such as hiking and birdwatching. Please note, the property does not have any maps, trail markings, or facilities at this time.
The Nicholson Heritage Association opened the Nicholson Tourism Center at the Historic DL&W Railroad Station. The beautifully restored building features local history exhibits and views of the Tunkhannock Creek Viaduct. Check out our blog post for the full story.
Sweet Repeats Thrift Shop moved to a larger location on Bridge Street in Tunkhannock. Sales from the store help fund Interfaith Friends, a private nonprofit that assists Wyoming County residents in need.
The Loyalsock Foundation officially opened the Summit Loop Trail at their property in Laporte. This moderate trail is about one mile long and features benches to rest and reflect along the way.
T-Town Bait & Tackle is a new family-run shop in Tunkhannock that offers a full selection of fishing supplies, as well as knives, ammo, apparel, and outdoor gear.
Unwind Café and Market in Tunkhannock is a new destination coffee, espresso drinks, milk teas, boba, and more. Fresh-baked pastries and light lunch items are perfect for grab-n-go service, while their marketplace is full of local gifts.
The White House on Warren is now available for short-term rentals and event space. This lovingly restored 1850s home is located in the heart of historic downtown Tunkhannock and can accommodate up to ten guests.