HEMLOCK AND NEARBY
The Brewster Estate
Situated on 4,500 wooded acres of the historic Brewster Estate with its original stone structures, Hemlock Farms is distinguished by its remarkable beauty and abundance of nature. Created as a country retreat by industrialist George Brewster, it was used to entertain political dignitaries and icons of the entertainment fields from the 1930s through the 1960s. The original Brewster buildings have been preserved, and the centerpiece structure of the estate has become the Lords Valley Country Club, which is one of the Platinum Clubs of America and boasts an 18-hole championship golf course.
HOUSES OF WORSHIP
The Church at Hemlock Farms
Founded in 1971, The Church at Hemlock Farms is an interdenominational Christian Church that offers a number of religious services, classes, community support, and group events.
Jewish Fellowship of Hemlock Farms
For over 40 years, the Jewish Fellowship of Hemlock Farms has offered various religious, educational, cultural, and social events throughout the year to the community.
St. John Neumann and Good Shepherd Church are conveniently located near the Hemlock Farms community.
St. John Neumann Roman Catholic Church
& Good Shepherd Church
Hemlock Farms is served by the Wallenpaupack School District, Delaware Valley School District, and the East Stroudsburg School District.
Hemlock Farms straddles three townships in Pike County: Blooming Grove Township, Dingmans Township, and Porter Township.
Pike County is a county located in Pennsylvania. As of the 2020 census,
the population was just under 60,000 residents.
Pike County is included in the New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA metropolitan statistical area, the Tri-State area. A Tri-States Monument is a granite landmark that marks the tripoint of the state boundaries of New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania located in Port Jervis, NY.
The Delaware River separates New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area holds forested mountains, grassy beaches and the Delaware River easily accessible from Hemlock Farms. Miles of riverside trails include a section of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. Dingmans Creek Trail leads you through a
hemlock and hardwood gorge to Dingmans Falls, a local favorite.