Luzerne County is located in the east-central region of Pennsylvania. Its three population centers - Wilkes-Barre, Hazleton, and Pittston, make up the largest population density in Pennsylvania outside of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. In Luzerne County, Northeastern Pennsylvania residents enjoy the convenience of direct access to Interstates 80, 81 and 476 (the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike) which interconnect with nearby I-80, I-84 and I-380. This means you can be in downtown Philadelphia and New York City in 2 hours or less! If you're looking for more information on economic development in Wilkes-Barre, Hazleton and the rest of Luzerne County, please contact Penn's Northeast today.
Luzerne County Demographics
A Place You Can Have it All..
A growing number of shopping, cultural and recreational facilities offer residents a variety of accessible away-from-work activities. These include ski resorts, nationally recognized golf courses, a nearby Triple A baseball team, an AHL hockey team and a harness racing track.The county's abundant state and local parks are ideal for hiking and fishing.
Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
Home of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, an AHL farm team of the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs
Features horse racing, slot machines, live table games, also a popular spot for shows and nightlife.
Without Spending it All
Ranked #20 as most affordable places to live, the cost of living in Luzerne County 8% lower than then national average. Luckily, the low cost of living doesn't influence the quality of life in Luzerne County. The Mohegan Sun Area, The Mohegan Sun Casino, the Kirby Center for Performing Arts and the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic provide entertainment for everyone in the area. Luzerne County is also consistently ranked as one of the safest areas in the state.
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