Cliff Park Inn

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The inn was, until recently, a very busy resort, but now stands empty. Three ghosts are known to reside here: Sally, who just might open the door for you, if she likes you; the Lady in Brown, who has been known to appear on the staircase; and Walt, who has been seen around the property.

The now-closed inn is said to need $1 million worth of repairs; the National Park Service is looking for new tenants who can foot the bill.

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    Geographic Information

    155 Cliff Park Road
    Milford, PA
    United States

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    41.307528062896765, -74.8282547592953
    Pike County, Pennsylvania
    Nearest Towns:
    Milford, PA (1.7 mi.)
    Gold Key Lake, PA (5.7 mi.)
    Birchwood Lakes, PA (5.9 mi.)
    Sunrise Lake, PA (7.2 mi.)
    Matamoras, PA (7.9 mi.)
    Conashaugh Lakes, PA (8.4 mi.)
    Port Jervis, NY (8.4 mi.)
    Pocono Mountain Lake Estates, PA (9.7 mi.)
    Hemlock Farms, PA (10.9 mi.)
    Pocono Ranch Lands, PA (11.8 mi.)


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