969 Route 507, Greentown, Pa. 18426
(570) 226-4556
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Freedom Boat Club of the Poconos
969 Route 507, Greentown, Pa. 18426
(570) 226-4556

Welcome to the Freedom Boat Club of the Poconos

!

The Freedom Boat Club Plan Features

...

• A full membership for you and your spouse

Unlimited boating

at our 110 nationwide locations
• Access to our fleet of 1000 boats nationwide from 16’-27’
• Skiffs,

flat boats, deckboats, pontoons, bowriders, center consoles

& kayaks
• Reciprocal access to nearly 110 Freedom Boat Club locations across the country
• Four guaranteed rolling reservations
• No vessel cleaning and maintenance hassles
• Free unlimited training with our U.S.C.G licensed instructors
• Area social events with other FBC members

No annual dues

, no renewal fees & no price increases...ever.
• Cancel your membership at any time with 60-days written notice.


About Our Boat Club



Freedom Boat Club makes its fleet available to its membership and its

management handles all aspects of service and maintenance

. We employ a proven member-to-boat ratio formula to ensure that there are always

plenty of boats

in the fleet to service the demand of our members. Unlike other clubs, we rotate

new boats

into the system regularly, moving older boats out of inventory after three years of usage.

Freedom Boat Club has 1000 late model boats available from coast to coast, with 110 franchise and corporate club locations. Members who join Freedom Boat Club on a year round basis enjoy reciprocal access and can boat anywhere Freedom Boat Clubs are located. This is one of the most valued features of membership in Freedom Boat Club.
Get on Lake Wallenpaupack Today!

Lake Wallenpaupack



In the native language of the Leni-Lenape Indians, Wallenpaupack means “the stream of swift and slow water”. Located in the beautiful

Pocono Mountains

of

Northeast Pennsylvania

, Lake Wallenpaupack was created in 1926 by the Pennsylvania Power and Light Company for the generation of hydroelectric power. At 13 miles in length, with 52 miles of shoreline and 2 miles at its widest point, Wallenpaupack is one of the largest recreational lakes in the state. It’s the perfect size for both the water sports enthusiast and the avid angler.

Spend the day on the lake

tubing, skiing, wake boarding and wake surfing

. If fishing is your thing, drop a line into one of the many secluded coves. The lake is home to an abundance of fish, including bass, bluegill, walleye, muskellunge, northern pike, pickerel, trout, catfish and yellow perch. Take a picnic lunch while you explore one of the 4 islands or visit one of the “dock and dine” restaurants and taste the local fare.

The area offers a variety of accommodations from boutique hotels and

bed and breakfasts

to cozy cabins and

family campgrounds

. The nearby town of Hawley is known for its quaint shops, welcoming atmosphere and small town appeal. There are restaurants to suit every taste and budget and activities to please all members of your family.

Lake Wallenpaupack makes for a great fishing trip

!

A fishing trip without a great fishing spot is no fishing trip at all. The last thing you want to do is spend all day casting your line and getting no bites (or worse, reeling in a branch). Thankfully, the lake covers over 5,700 acres and is home to plenty of fish, so whether you're on shore or boat, finding an optimal fishing spot isn't hard.

According to Game & Fish, the Caffery Recreation Area is one of the best fishing spots on the lake, where bass fishing tournaments are regularly held. Head to Hawley, and you'll find Mangan Cove. In fact, USA Today named Mangan Cove as one of the best places to boat Lake Wallenpaupack.

What you catch depends on where you're at on the lake. If you're fishing from the north end, near Hawley and Wilsonville, you can expect reel in

striped and smallmouth bass

, as well as walleye. The southern end of Lake Wallenpaupack (near the Ledgedale Recreation Area) has bluegill and largemouth bass, and the central section of the lake is home to calico and perch. However, all throughout the lake, you won't have any trouble finding smallmouth bass, striped bass,

walleye

and more.
So What are You Waiting For?

Call Freedom Boat Club of the Poconos today at (570) 226-4556 and one of our helpful representatives can answer any questions you may have, provide you with additional information or sign you up right away!

Just imagine being able to enjoy the best parts of boating, getting out on the water with family and friends, fishing, tubing and all the memories but without the expensive storage, maintenance, dockage, repairs, etc.

Freedom Boat Club of the Poconos provides you with everything you need and the convenience of easy boating on some of the most beautiful boats available.  And if you need a break from the lake, visit any of our 100 locations across the country and hop in a boat without any additional cost or headache.

See you on the water!
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