Located in the Northeast corner of Pennsylvania bordering New York state, Wayne County is only a half-hour east of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Corridor. It's also about 2.5 hours west of New York City and 3 hours north of Philadelphia.Principal highways include Interstates 84 and 380, U.S. Route 6 and State Route 191.
Wayne County Demographics
Wayne County is one of the areas in the Northeast where Marcellus Shale is reachable. The Marcellus Shale formation is the largest source of domestic natural gas yet discovered in the United States.
Built in 1926 for hydroelectric power, Lake Wallenpaupack includes six recreation areas, featuring hundreds of acres of forestlands, wildlife, walking trails, campsites and boat slips. When it comes to boating and water activities, this popular body of water has few equals.
Wildflower Music Festival
Nature and music are in perfect harmony at the Dorflinger-Suydam Sanctuary: the Wildflower Music Festival provides concert-goers a serene setting amidst fields and forests. Past performers include Tom Chapin, Ethel Ennis, Marian McPartland and The Charlie Byrd Trio.
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