Lackawanna State Park
Open: Open second Friday in April until third Sunday in October
Number of Sites: 92
Number of Sites with Electric: 61
The 1,411-acre Lackawanna State Park is in northeastern Pennsylvania, ten miles north of Scranton. The 198-acre Lackawanna Lake is the centerpiece of this beautiful, modern recreational facility, which also has hiking, camping and picnicking.
Camping: modern sites, some with elec.
The campground is within walking distance of the lake and swimming area. The campground offers various types of campsites for tents and trailers, 61 sites with electric hookups 40-50 amp., modern centralized washhouses providing hot showers and restrooms, and a sanitary dump station. The camping season is from the second Friday in April until the third Sunday in October. The maximum camping period is 14 consecutive days in the summer season and 21 consecutive days in the off-season. All campground restrooms and washhouses are ADA accessible. Pets are permitted on designated sites.
Organized Group Tenting: Three areas with a combined capacity of 150 people are open April through October to adult and youth groups. This area has a modern washhouse along with picnic tables, fire rings and water. Advance reservations are required.
Hiking - Trail Biking - Horseback Riding - Picnicking - Swimming - Boating - Fishing - Hunting - Cross-country Skiing - Sledding - Ice Fishing - Ice Skating - Organized Group Tenting - Camping
Some unique features of the campground are the children’s play areas and small fishing ponds along Woodland Ponds Trail.
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