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Nature Lover

Lackawanna County is host to a vibrant city surrounded by mountains and lush forests. In a short drive our visitors can experience hiking, biking, fishing, farmers’ markets, along with ATV excursions and boat activities. Within the heart of the city is Nay Aug Park and its stunning waterfall.  

 


Can't Get Enough of the Country

>> Take a short, scenic ride to the countryside to visit Roba’s Family Farm with fresh produce, farm animals, and endless seasonal activities. Fun for kids and adults of all ages!

>> Set in the sweeping fields of the country is Maiolatesi Wine Cellars. Indulge your senses with a wine tasting, brick oven pizza, and fresh mountain air. Open year-round.

>> Rent a tent or yurt at Lackawanna State Park or take your RV to Highland Campgrounds. Kayaks and canoes are welcome on the river waterways for a day of site seeing.

Stay in the City

>> The Southside Farmer’s Market is open all year and the farmers bring their goodies to you. Get a taste of the seasons and find homemade pies and pastries, jams, sandwiches, seasonal produce, sweet treats, flowers, and more!

>> Next stop is Nay Aug Park—visit the Treehouse and hike the Davis Trail to the gorge and waterfall. Purchase a few garden souvenirs at The Greenhouse Project at Nay Aug Park to expand your green thumb at home! 

>> While in Scranton, access the unique Lackawanna River Heritage Trail at any of the four Scranton trailheads where you can walk, run, or ride along the river! The trail is pet-friendly, so bring your four-legged best friend with you.

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