Pennsylvania

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Wayne County, extreme northeastern Pennsylvania, U.S., bounded to the northeast and north by New York

state (the West Branch Delaware and Delaware rivers constituting the boundary), to the southeast by Lake Wallenpaupack and Wallenpaupack Creek, and to the southwest by the Lehigh River. It consists of a hilly region on the Allegheny Plateau. The county contains many lakes, including Prompton and Paupackan lakes, Duck Harbor Pond, and Lakes Henry, Ladore, and Ariel. Other waterways include the Lackawanna and Lackawaxen rivers and Starrucca, Equinunk, Dyberry, and Middle creeks.

Wayne County, a vacation playground nestled within the Pocono Mountains.  The combination of an unsurpassed natural environment and top-notch facilities have produced good times and pleasant memories for millions.