Christy Mathewson Park is located behind the Lackawanna Trail Elementary Center. Park in the school parking lot and walk across pedestrian bridge into this lovely park. The park features a baseball field, walking trail, basketball courts, outdoor classroom, concession stand, bathroom facilities, and picnic pavilion.
The Clifford Township Park has a flat walking trail through the park and woods, a playground, fields, and a children's garden.
LazyBrook Park is a gorgeous park with plenty of shade, creek, totem poles, world class wood carvings, asphalt driveway,
beautiful landscaped walking trails, and much more!
Recreational opportunities in the forest include snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, hiking, hunting and fishing. In addition to many shorter local trails, 33 miles of the Loyalsock Trail travel through this forest.
Ricketts Glen State Park is a Pennsylvania state park on 13,050 acres (5,280 ha) in Columbia, Luzerne, and Sullivan counties in Pennsylvania in the United States. Ricketts Glen is a National Natural Landmark known for its old-growth forest and 24 named waterfalls along Kitchen Creek, which flows down the Allegheny Front escarpment from the Allegheny Plateau to the Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians.
A beautiful family park along the Susquehanna River in Wyoming County.
Eight hundred forty-two of the most beautiful acres in Susquehanna County make up Salt Springs Park.
#12 #13 #35 #36 #57 #66 #219 #289: biking, horseback riding; #12 #13 #35 #37: snowmobiling.
Worlds End State Park is situated in a narrow S-shaped valley of the Loyalsock Creek, just south of Forksville, Sullivan County.
State Game Land 13 (SGL 13) consists of 49,528.72 acres. Located in the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Northeast Region, covering parts of Sullivan and Columbia Counties it is the largest state game lands in the state.
State Game Land 140 is in rural northwestern Susquehanna County in Apolacon and Middletown Townships within the Pennsylvania Game Commission's Northeast Region (Wildlife Management Unit 3C).
State Game Lands No. 175, consists of 736 acres, located in
Susquehanna County northwest of New Milford.
State Game Lands (SGL) 236 has 2010 acres and is located in Ararat
and Herrick Townships, Susquehanna County. Four separate tracts
make up the Game Lands.
State Game Lands No. 35, is located in Susquehanna County, contains
7772 acres. Its terrain is mountainous and wooded. It has excellent
deer and turkey hunting, with grouse, rabbits and squirrels in good
State Game Lands No. 57, comprising 45,986 acres, is located in
Woming and Luzern Counties. The terrain is rollilng to very steep and
forested. The primary game species are deer, turkey, bear, snowshoe
hare and ruffed grouse.
SGL 66 is located in the Pennsylvania Game Commission's (PGC)
Northeast Region. It lies within Cherry and Colley Townships in Sullivan
County and Forkston Township in Wyoming County. The Game Lands
are approximately 5 miles east of the borough of Dushore, and 3 miles
northeast of the village of Lopez. The topography is mostly flat, with
some steep side hill facing SR 87 on the north.
State Game Lands No. 70, comprising 6,363 acres, is located in Wayne
and Susquehanna Counties bordering the New York-Pennsylvania
state line. The terrain is rollilng and forested hills. The most prevalent
game species are deer, bear, turkey and grouse.
Naturalist-led programs for adults, families, and youth. Live animal presentations, nature festivals, and day camp. Over 11 miles of trails.
Just one mile north of tiny Thompson Borough on Route 171 in rural Susquehanna County, the 357-acre Florence Shelly Preserve boasts fields, woodlands, a stream, and a glacial pond surrounded by a floating bog. 2 1/2 miles of trail.
669-acre property which features include almost two miles of riparian forest along the Susquehanna River, mature conifer plantations, and mixed forests.
Little Rocky Glen: acquired in 2004. A 26-acre property containing a spectacular sandstone gorge on the South Branch of the Tunkhannock Creek in Clinton Township, Wyoming County. Steep hemlock-clad slopes rise to either side of the gorge. This has historically been a popular fishing and picnicking spot; a picnic shelter was opened here in fall 2008. Open to the public dawn to dusk, April to November.
About a mile north of Dimock is the Woodbourne Forest, a sylvan gem owned by the Nature Conservancy, which received the property via a donation by Francis R. Cope, Jr. The sanctuary contains a variety of habitats, including open fields, wetlands, and old-growth forest.
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