Lake Wallenpaupack

Okay so the name doesn't roll off your tongue but it is a great place for a family vacation any time of the year.  Lake Wallenpaupack is the largest man-made lake in PA 15 miles long and 33 miles around the shoreline.  The lake is the centerpiece for all sorts of family orientated recreation.  There are no shortage of great hotels and there is a wealth of history within a short drive of the area.

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Updated: 27/06/2014


Tags: lake; water; recreation; fishing; boating skiing
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