Penn Hills Resort
Penn Hills Resort was a honeymoon resort located in Analomink, Pennsylvania, in the Pocono Mountains. Founded as a tavern in 1944, the resort grew in the 1960s, with over a hundred rooms in the hotel and a ski resort and golf course on the 500-acre site. Guest villas featured floor-to-ceiling carpeting, round beds, and heart-shaped bathtubs. Distinctive, modernist streetlights from the 1964 World's Fair were installed, as well as an ice rink and a wedding bell shaped outdoor swimming pool.
Billed as a "Paradise of Pocono Pleasure" and a place of "unbridled passion", Penn Hills catered to young couples who enjoyed archery and tennis and danced at modestly lavish New Year's Eve parties where the motto was "No balloon goes unpopped."
The resort closed in 2009.
In 2009, Penn Hills co-founder Frances Paolillo died at the age of 102 and the resort closed less than two months later. Monroe County took over the property in lieu of back taxes. Workers' final paychecks were never issued, and the resort owed the county over $1 million in back taxes. Already in serious disrepair, flooding and copper thieves damaged the buildings further, and the resort was abandoned.
By 2012, Monroe County had sold several small parcels of Penn Hills. However, most of the resort remained unsold. The resort's 40-acre former golf course was purchased by Stroud Township and became the ForEvergreen Nature Preserve.
On September 4, 2017, the main building of the resort burned to the ground. This was the third time in three years that the resort had caught fire. On December 7 of the same year, the demolition of the former golf club house on the new ForEvergreen Nature Preserve began as part of the creation of the Brodhead Creek Heritage Center. 
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- Worlds Fair Community message board, 2011
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- Beth Brelje, Honeymoon is ending at Penn Hills, Pocono Record, April 1, 2009
- Beth Brelje, Attempted copper theft lands one in hospital, one in jail, Pocono Record, May 19, 2010
- Michael Sadowski, Abandoned Analomink resort remains mostly unsold, Pocono Record, May 4, 2012
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- Transue, Elizabeth (2017-09-04). "Former Honeymoon Resort Catches Fire in Monroe County". WNEP. Retrieved 2017-12-20.
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- Trip Advisor Reviews
- Penn Hills Resort 1978 TV commercial
- 2012 photo essay
- 2012 Trespass Theater event