Lackawanna State Park offers a campground, organized group tenting sites and a pool. Boaters and anglers enjoy the 198-acre Lackawanna Lake, and Kennedy Creek. This park is a favorite of canoeists, hikers, nature enthusiasts and campers. The campground offers various types of campsites for both tents and trailers, 61 sites with electric hookups and modern centralized washhouses providing hot showers and restrooms.
The lake contains both cold-water and warm-water species of fish. Some of the varied species of fish stocked in the stream and lake are trout, muskellunge, walleye, channel cat, bullhead, pickerel and largemouth bass.
Lackawanna State Park is in Lackawanna County 10 miles north of Scranton in northeastern Pennsylvania.