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Prompton State Park is located off of State Route 170 in bewteen Waymart and Honesdale, PA. There is a 280 acre lake with 6.25mi of shoreline for paddling and fishing along with 22.9mi of well-marked multi-use trails. There are picnic facilites and a public pavilion at the parking area along with a public boat launch and 18-hole disc golf course. Hunting is permitted on the East side of the lake and in parts along the West side. Prompton State Park has 23 miles of single track trail for mountain biking and also features fishing, boating, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and hiking.
The 1,445-acre Lackawanna State Park is located in northeastern Pennsylvania, just ten miles north of Scranton. The centerpiece of the park, the 198-acre Lackawanna Lake, is surrounded by picnic areas and multi-use trail winding through forest. Boating, camping, fishing, biking and swimming are popular recreation activities. Lackawanna State Park has about 15 miles of multi-use trails that wind through the park, hills, lakeshore, forests and fields.
Merli-Sarnoski Park, dedicated in 1978, is named after Lackawanna County Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients Gino Merli and Joseph Sarnoski. The 840-acre park features lake swimming, fishing and sports facilities but is also know for its wide expanse of untouched natural beauty. It is located just off Route 106 in Fell Township. Merli Sarnoski Park features approximately 15 miles of hiking, mountain biking and nature trails.
Francis Slocum State Park consists of 1,035 acres in northeastern Pennsylvania's Luzerne County, just five miles from Dallas and ten miles from Wilkes-Barre. Frances Slocum Lake is the focal point of the park and forms a horseshoe covering 165 acres. Over four miles of trails are available in the western part of the park for mountain biking.
The Dick and Nancy Eales Preserve at Moosic Mountain, located in Lackawanna County, provides sweeping views of Pennsylania's northeastern corner and represents one of the best locations in northeastern U.S. for ridge-top heath barrens. Local groups & volunteers recently created eight new miles of single-track hiking and biking trails, linked by existing dirt roads and jeep trails.