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Lackawanna River

Lackawanna River

Lackawanna River

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The Lackawanna River is a 42-mile-long river that flows through the heart of Lackawanna County. A tributary of the Susquehanna River in NEPA, the Lackawanna River has designated public access points at the following locations: • David P Maslyar Park — 229 Laurel St, Archbald • Blakely Borough Recreational Park — 300 Riverside Dr, Peckville • Parker Street Landing — East Partcrest St, Scranton • Sweeney's Beach — 40 Poplar St, Scranton Host to events like the Shiverfest in January and Riverfest in May, the Lackawanna River is the perfect destination for hikes, fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and other outdoor activities, all while taking in a mixture of Lackawanna County's stunning natural landscapes and city sights.

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Parks, Trails & Preserves
Parks, Trails & Preserves
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