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Curtis Reservoir - Jefferson Twp

Pennsylvania

Curtis Reservoir - Jefferson Twp, Pennsylvania

Curtis Reservoir - Jefferson Twp real estate is considered a limited supply market for lake homes and lake lots in Pennsylvania.

Curtis Reservoir - Jefferson Twp homes for sale have an average list price of $274,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.

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    • Counties: Lackawanna County
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    About Curtis Reservoir - Jefferson Twp
    Located in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania

    Curtis Reservoir is a 68-acre lake north of Aberdeen, Pennsylvania. On the south side of the lake is a beautiful dam and waterfall. It is around two and half hours northwest of New York, New York.

    The lake is 16 minutes east of the Geisinger Community Medical Center and 24 minutes northeast of the Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport.

    Fun on the Water

    Anglers casting out a line on the lake can expect to catch largemouth bass, black crappie, and chain pickerel.

    Because of the elongated shape of the lake, Curtis Reservoir makes for an excellent morning or dusk kayak outing.

    Local Eats

    The town of Moscow is the nearest place to grab a bite to eat. Restaurants here include Ferri's Pizza, Leonor’s Eatery & Crazy Fruits, and Delish on Main.

    Explore Nearby Nature

    Less than 20 minutes from the lake is Claws ‘N’ Paws Wild Animal Park. Come see their petting zoo, an area to pet and take pictures with African tortoises, and giraffe feedings with Jethro the Giraffe.

    Pennsylvania State Game Lands surround this lake. Managed by the state, these plots of land are a dedicated space for legal hunting and trapping. During off-seasons, they also double as beautiful tracts of land to hike!

    Visit Scranton

    Scranton is a city situated in northeast Pennsylvania. This place makes for a great day trip, where you can learn more about the Industrial Revolution and enjoy some great food.

    Scranton is nicknamed The Electric City. It received this name from the revolution of electric lights that began at the Dickson Manufacturing Company in 1880. The city then was the first place in the country to have electric-powered streetcars.

    The Steamtown National Historic Site is a free-to-enter park that catalogs the role steam engines and the workers who maintained them played in the American Industrial Revolution. This family-friendly site has an activity everyone will enjoy.

    The Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum is another excellent place to learn about the Industrial Revolution. Here, the focus is Pennsylvania's main export: coal. The museum narrates the ups and downs of workers and companies during this time.

    After a long day of fun in Scranton, try one of its many highly-rated eateries. Cooper's Seafood House, Backyard Ale House, Viewmont Diner, and Ipanema Grille are a selection of the diverse options available.

    Lakeside Living in the Heart of Pennsylvania

    Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains, this gorgeous location is the perfect match for those looking to get outdoors!