Located in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Lackawanna County is home to the city of Scranton, the region’s largest city.Interstates 81, 84, 380 and 476 converge in Lackawanna County, while Interstate 80 is less than 30 minutes away. New York City, Philadelphia, Harrisburg and Syracuse are a little more than two hours away.
Lackawanna County offers its residents a whole lot of everything, including a low cost of living, a high quality of life and superior educational and healthcare systems. Situated in a region that boasts a low crime rate, residents enjoy affordable housing and a growing number of shopping, cultural and recreational facilities.
Lackawanna County Demographics
Close to 200,000 people every year flock to Montage Mountain. Consistently ranked by Snow Country Magazine as one of the best snowmaking resorts in the Mid-Atlantic region, Montage Mountain has over 140 acres of terrain and 21 trails and is host to all kinds of skiers each season.
The new Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders baseball team is a local favorite.The RailRiders, The New York Yankees AAA minor league affiliate, excite crowds at PNC park every spring, summer and fall.
Sporting and Recreation
Lackawanna County also boasts dozens of golf courses, lakes and camp grounds to fit the tastes of all outdoor lovers.
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