Wyoming County

Rolling meadows, Victorian villages, and a history that dates back to America’s infancy; the idyllic setting of Wyoming County has been calling travelers since the 1700’s. Scenic landscape and lush farmland hold the story of the area’s first settlers. Travel through quaint towns and visit locations abundant in history

Wyoming County: 

Mile Markers: 291-321

Tourism Region: Upstate PA & Endless Mountains

“Do 6” things to do in Wyoming County

1.Visit the “Oldest House” in Laceyville, an unassuming wooden structure that dates to 1781. Serving in various periods as a ferry station, post office and antique shop, the home is now open to the public for tours and special events throughout the year.

2.Stand in awe of the Tunkhannock Viaduct. Built in 1915 as a railroad crossing, the Tunkhannock Viaduct towers 240 feet above the ground. The massive stone structure comprises 10 visible arches spanning 2,735 feet across the valley.

3.Learn about the natural resources and wildlife of the area at the Endless Mountains Nature Center. 

4.Stroll the Tunkhannock Historic District where beautiful Victorian homes and buildings dot the tree-lined streets. Don’t forget to peruse the assortment of antique shops, specialty stores and restaurants.

5.Get close to nature at the Riverside Park in Tunkhannock, where you can enjoy fishing, hiking, picnicking, boating, skating, and playing.

6.Explore the beauty of Little Rocky Glen, a shale and sandstone gorge, about one hundred feet deep, carved by the South Branch Tunkhannock Creek. The creek features cascades and rapids, with deep pools and potholes carved into the bedrock. Cliffs and ledges rise above the creek.

Heritage Communities:



Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau 
5405 State Route 6
Tunkhannock PA 18657