Rhodo Mountain Estates
                     Homeowners Association (Jim Thorpe, PA)
Rhodo Mountain Estates is a small private community in the Pocono Mountains region 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.

*** Road Conditions ***

Please use good judgment when using all RME roads especially those not paved which may become soft/muddy during wet weather.   ​Property owners please keep in mind that you are responsible for road damage & repair if you, your contractor and/or vendor damage any part of RME roads (outside normal usage road wear).


RME is a private community with private roads.  We strive to maintain the beauty and peacefulness of our community.  To this end, All Members, Visitors, Contractors 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.  Additionally, the Rules of Conduct can be viewed on the RulesOfConduct page of this site.
  Members are responsible for making sure their visitors and/or renters are made aware of association rules.
“The mountains are calling and I must go.” 
​~​John Muir
Members & guests - No parking is permitted in the cul-de-sacs at the ends of West, Trillium and Unionville roads.  The cul-de-sacs are for emergency and other larger vehicle turn-around purposes.  Parking is permitted on other roadsides provided you do 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.

*** 2017 HA Meeting ***

Thanks to all those who came out for the association meeting and bbq!  Also, congratulations to Steve Berry who is our new Vice President!

RME is a small private community.  For the safety of our members, their guests and pets absolutely no discharging of weapons and NO HUNTING OR TRAPPING is permitted within association grounds.
*** Winter Conditions ***

Winter is here and with it winter road conditions.  As always, use care when traveling RME roads, especially on our Tupelo hill.  There are several bins with cinders placed along Tupelo Rd for use by our homeowners during slippery conditions.
*** Ticks! ***

Ticks are already becoming a problem this year.  If you or your pets are outdoors check carefully for ticks and use repellents containing Permethrin or Picaridin.  And remember, Lyme Disease does not always present with a bullseye rash so watch for high fevers and/or unusual body aches as well.