The subject of this chapter is the emergence of dedicated honeymoon resorts
in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania, USA, post-World War II. At ﬁrst
glance, its inclusion in an essay collection devoted to the theme of gender and
domesticity might seem surprising as domesticity still tends to be immediately
associated with the home. However, domesticity is a concept that, like public
or private, refuses to be pinned down to any ﬁxed set of spatial coordinates.