Rhodo Mountain Estates
Homeowners Association (Jim Thorpe, PA)
Rhodo Mountain Estates is a small private community in the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern PA. It is located near the Drakes Creek Rd access point to Lehigh Gorge State Park. Within minutes to the southwest is the downtown area of Jim Thorpe and to the northeast is Hickory Run State Park, Big Boulder Ski Area, Lake Harmony and Split Rock Resort.
For the safety & enjoyment of all of our members & visitors there is a 15mph speed limit for EVERY motorized vehicle on ALL RME roads. Violators are subject to fines.
Dogs should be supervised at all times when outside and not on a leash or otherwise restrained.
***** ANNOUNCEMENTS *****
*** Spring Thaw ***
Spring thaw restrictions are not currently in effect. They will resume in 2014 as conditions require. Meanwhile, especially with the pavement on Tupelo and last year's grading work on West and Trillium roads, homeowners please keep in mind that you are responsible for road damage & repair if you or your contractor/vendor damages any part of the RME roads (outside normal usage road wear).
RME is a private community with private roads. All members, visitors and renters are bound by the Covenants, Bylaws and Rules Of Conduct of the Homeowners Association. These documents can be downloaded from the Docs/Forms page.
There is NO Hunting, Trapping or Trespassing permitted within RME property.
Winter in Rhodo
Winter is right around the corner. As in past years, containers of cynders will be placed on the side of Tupelo for our homeowners' use. Additional totes have been added above west and near the top of Tupelo. If anyone has access to coal ash for refills please contact the BOD.
“The mountains are calling and I must go.”
Members & guests - Please do not park in the cul-de-sacs at the ends of West and Trillium roads. The cul-de-sacs are for emergency and other larger vehicle turn-around purposes. Parking is permitted on other roadsides provided it does not block the road or create a hazard. For your safety and the safety of your vehicle, we strongly advise against parking on the sides of Tupelo during the winter months.