Lords Valley is an unincorporated community located in Blooming Grove Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania. The population as of the 2012 census was 12,359.
Lords Valley’s first resident was Levi Lord in 1810, after Dr. Philip P. Monington advertised property available for development. Levi Lord and eleven friends purchased the property. Levi Lord built this house brick hotel with his sons, circa 1850, on the then Dingman Choice Turnpike (now route 739). The building, which was also a post office from 1953 – 1955, is owned by the Glen Eyre Corp. and is listed on the National Historical Register.
This community is also home to the Lords Valley Country Club. The country club was originally chartered in 1945 as Pocono Skyline Golf Club and was located at the Monomonock Inn, Barrett Township and Monroe County, PA. In 1954, after facing several financial issues, the club was renamed to Mountain Resorts and went into inactive status. In 1963 when Western Heritage purchased the HFCA they also signed a 20-year lease with Mountain Resorts, which changed its name to Lords Valley Country Club. In 1972 the LVCC exercised their right to purchase the land their country club is on.
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