Schooley Pond - Springville Twp

Pennsylvania

Schooley Pond - Springville Twp, Pennsylvania

Schooley Pond - Springville Twp real estate is regarded as a beautiful, but lesser known, market in Pennsylvania for lake homes and lake lots.

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    About Schooley Pond - Springville Twp
    Located in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

    Schooley Pond is a 36-acre pond located in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. It is 151 miles north of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Scranton, Pennsylvania, is 26 miles south.

    The closest place for emergency care is the Commonwealth Health Tyler Memorial Hospital, 14 miles south in Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania. The Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport is located 37 miles south in Avoca, Pennsylvania.

    Residents looking to head into town can visit the Viewmont Mall and many local restaurants such as Junction 21, Double D, The Bluebird 2 Diner, and Lake Sheridan Bar and Grill.

    A Small Miracle

    Spanning 36 acres, Schooley Pond is the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.

    Fish from your backyard or dock! Species reported to live here are largemouth bass and rock bass.

    Take your kayak out for a trip around the lake! Get some exercise while enjoying scenic views of the surrounding hillside.

    Visit Springville, Pennsylvania

    Those looking for excitement off the water can visit the nearby town of Springville, PA.

    A popular attraction is the Nimble Hill Vineyard & Winery, where visitors can attend a tasting and even take home a bottle of their favorite kind of wine.

    Want to go skydiving? Endless Mountain Skydivers have you covered. Here, visitors can take a trip through the skies with a licensed instructor!

    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.

    Fun and Relaxing

    Those looking for the perfect mix of excitement and relaxation will love living on Schooley Pond!