Stroudsburg is a charming town located in Monroe County that is considered the northeastern section of Pennsylvania. Located between The Pocono Mountains, New York State, and The Delaware Water Gap, the town has access to some of The Keystone State’s most beautiful outdoor areas.
The town Is the namesake of Jacob Stroud, whose family first founded Stroudsburg in the 1700s. Because of the age of the town, it has a deep and rich history. This history led to many historical sites being declared within the boroughs’ limits.
The Stroud Mansion is an iconic part of the town’s history and is even registered on the United States registry of national historic places. The founder of the town built the beautiful house for his son, John. Other historic landmarks like the Monroe County Courthouse and the Kitson Wool Mill provide ample opportunities to enjoy a piece of history.