hiking

The 1,445-acre Lackawanna State Park is in northeastern Pennsylvania, ten miles north of Scranton. The centerpiece of the park, the 198-acre Lackawanna Lake, is surrounded by picnic areas and multi-use trails winding through forest. Boating, camping, fishing, biking and swimming are popular recreation activities.

When I went over the summer it was empty. Was a funny and easy hike. Cool water features.

Flat terrain so not much of a hike per se, but a very nice walk mostly in the forest. We found it poorly marked at the point where you turn and loop back and ended up getting a little lost finding the path back to the starting point.

beautiful place easy trail

Took the toddler in a osprey poco. Really nice trail and tubs are pretty neat

The trails can be marked better & at times its confusing. I did get lost on the red trail as it was difficult to see where it continued in one section. Luckily some guys on 4wheelers helped me to get back. As well, some of the trails are very wide & are traveled by 4 wheelers. The creek/tubs itself were pretty & worth it to see.

Great trail. We hiked it all, then went down the gorge of swimming holes one by one. Great end of the hike treat to refresh the body.

Gorgeous park. Very nice trails. Only negative is that there aren't trail maps at the park.

Easy though some of the rocky areas are slippery, peaceful, crowded though.

walking
7 months ago

nice trail especially if you park by the dam and walk across the bridge to access it. not well marked but easy enough to navigate if you grab a park map. this trail loop is within the Lackawanna state park.

mountain biking
8 months ago

Didn't push through. There were no signs for the trail so we didn't find it. We only found the parking but no information about the trail. It feels creepy!