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varden conservation day wayne county pa Varden Conservation Area - Greentown, PA
The Varden Conservation Area offers a wide variety of environmental education programs. Through hands on activities, guided walks, and special events, participants gain appreciation and understanding, as well as develop a sense of stewardship toward natural and cultural resources.Standards-based...

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Shuman Point Natural Area - Hawley, PA
This woodland is one of the last undeveloped areas around Lake Wallenpaupack. Before the lake was formed in 1926, parts of Shuman Point were farmed. Now this 300 acre woodland is a natural area set aside by PPL for the public’s enjoyment. It contains 3 miles of hiking trails.

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Rail Trail - Union Dale, PA
Relive the history of the Delaware & Hudson and the New York, Ontario & Western Railroads. A showcase for the natural beauty of Northeastern Pennsylvania; a habitat for birds and animals. Stop along the trail to eat at an area restaurant, browse through a local artisan's shop or antique store,...

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First Baptist Church - Damascus, PA


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Tanners Falls - Honesdale, PA
Another path leads downstream to a bend in the creek that provides a wonderful view of the falls and its expansive tailwaters.

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Glass Museum Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary/Glass Museum - White Mills, PA
Largest public display in the world of Dorflinger fine cut, etched, engraved, gilded and enameled crystal produced between 1852-1921. Wayne County Gallery displays cut glass produced by other factories in Wayne County. Home of the outdoor Wildflower Music Festival, Sat. Evenings, June-August.

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Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River - Beach Lake, PA
Natural beauty, rich history, and a variety of splendid recreational opportunities can be found at the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River. Picnicking - Swimming - Boating - Fishing - Wildlife Watching - Tub along the river Dates Closed: Mid-October - Memorial Day

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Gouldsboro State Park - Gouldsboro, PA
Hiking - Mountain Biking - Picnicking - Swimming - Boating - Fishing - Hunting - Snowmobiling - Ice Fishing - Ice Skating - Organized Group Tenting - Camping - Wildlife Watching. The park entrance is one-half mile south of the village of Gouldsboro on PA 507. PA...

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Wallenpaupack Lake Trail - Hawley, PA
Walk Lake Wallenpaupack, while hiking the trail one gets a sense of the magnificence and magnitude of Lake Wallenpaupack. Visitors walking the trail are awed by its natural beauty and scenic wonders. The 5,700 acre lake is a treasure and considered the "crown jewel" of the Poconos.The trailhead...

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Tobyhanna State Park - Tobyhanna, PA
Hiking - Mountain Biking - Picnicking - Swimming - Boating - Fishing - Hunting - Snowmobiling - Ice Fishing - Ice Skating - Organized Group Tenting - Camping - Wildlife Watching. The park entrance is 2.1 miles north of the community of Tobyhanna on PA 423. PA 423...

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Rappelling Northeast Wilderness Experience & Sawmill Cycles - Honesdale, PA
Escape from the Shackles of the Everyday and Release Your Inner Adventurer with Northeast Wilderness Experience (NEWE). NEWE offers kayaking, tubing, rappelling, climbing, hiking, biking, and snowshoeing. We approach each adventure with a hands on personal touch creating a unique and memorable...

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Lake Lacawac is a 52 acre galacial lake and a National Natural Landmark Lacawac Sanctuary - Lake Ariel, PA
52 acre Lake Lacawac is center piece of a 520 acre nature preserve. 5 hiking trails are open to the public and include such highlights as Lake Lacawac, The Ledges, Partner Ridge, A Boreal Bog, Heron Pond, Wallenpuapack Vista, and more. The rustic 1903 Adirondack Great Camp complex is considered an...

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Prompton State Park - Prompton, PA
Prompton State Park provides boat launching and picnicking facilities to the 290-acre Prompton Lake, which is operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 1,500 acres of public land with 22.9 miles of multi-use trails 280 acre lake with 6.25 miles of shoreline for paddling, fishing, and...

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