Gouldsboro State Park, in Monroe and Wayne counties in northeastern Pennsylvania, contains 2,800 acres of land, including the 250-acre Gouldsboro Lake.
Not the best marked trail. Keep an eye out when the blazes switch from blue to yellow after prospect rock. Only about 1 mile total is wooded trail. Mostly flat. There is a nice walk on old Rt. 611. Did it with my dad who is 63 and had no problems. Timed at 2 hrs 45 mins. Overall a nice hike, in a nice park.
The pic of the trail didn't watch the actual trail at all. However, i'm new to this page so that may be normal and common and y just don't know it yet. Only the first 1/3 to maybe 1/2 is hiking and the rest is flat walking in old or quiet roads. I did it in only 2 hours. Over all a nice trail.
Ran one of the Poccono Xterra races there. Loved the trail and the park. Trail was hilly and rocky, I most likely wouldnt bring my younger kids on it. They could do it but it wouldnt be fun for them. (date may not be right. I dont remember now)