Located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of northeast Pennsylvania, Dutch Hill Preserves Co. grows over 75% of the fruit and vegetables used in our product and we pick another 20% picked at local pick your own farms. The remaining 5% (lemons and oranges don’t grow real well in Pennsylvania!) of the fruit used in our products as ‘store bought’. This provides you the assurance you are receiving the freshest flavor from all fruits and berries that are picked in season at peak ripeness. By producing small batches at a time we utilize the natural sugars in the fruit. This is the type of jam your grandmother used to make the old fashioned way – all natural and naturally sweet!
Serving Barrett, Mt. Pocono, and Surrounding Areas
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The fishing pond is located just inside the entrance to High Acres Park, near the basketball court. The pond contains several species of small fish, and many children can often be found fishing there.
Please remember to obey all Pennsylvania laws regarding fishing while using the fishing pond. Swimming is not permitted, as there is no lifeguard at the fishing pond. Please use the pond safely and remember to share it with your fellow park visitors.
Trees, shrubs and plants, perennials and annuals - In operation since 1990
Now open Monday - Saturday 7-7; Sunday 8-4
Mulch: Brown, Black, Red
Stone: Red, Blue, Gray, Modified, Pool Sand, Screenings
Pallet / Mulch: Cedar Mulch, Cedar Chips, Potting Soil, Peat Moss
Topsoil: Black Compost, Screened Topsoil, Screened Fill
Delivery Fees Apply - Single & Triaxle Trucks Available - 1 yard = 10'x10'x3'
Gateway to the Poconos - Open dawn to dusk, the Flying Dollar Airport is a privately-owned, public-use airport adjacent to the famed Skytop Lodge. The oldest airport in the Poconos (formerly Barrett Airport, est. 1928), the Flying Dollar is home to a well-maintained 2405' turf runway, marked by easy-to-see white cones.
Log-length firewood delivered by the truck load.
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