This quaint river town is one of the many great stops to make while exploring the Susquehanna River Water Trail North Branch. It is surrounded by the rolling green hills and vast farm fields of the Endless Mountains and has its own boat access to the Susquehanna River. In the early 1800s, roads were built along Native American paths and canals were constructed for transporting goods along the river. Railroads soon replaced these canals, and the Laceyville Rail Station helped the town grow into what it is today.
The Oldest House
When stopping in Laceyville, be sure to check out The Oldest House, built in the 1780s and thought to be one of the oldest frame dwellings of four northeastern PA counties. It is owned by Oldest House-Laceyville Area Historical Society and is now open for tours and special events.Details
Endless Mountain Campground
The possibilities of Endless Mountain Campground really are endless. This campground offers both tent & RV sites along with a private boat launch and gorgeous views of the Susquehanna River. Fishing is another popular activity at the campgrounds, where you can catch a variety of fish that call the Susquehanna ‘home.’Details
PA Route 6
US Route 6 in Pennsylvania is referred to as “the heart of the American Dream.” This scenic highway along the Keystone State’s northern tier offers 400-plus miles of history and heritage, small-town culture, friendly people, and natural scenery. Laceyville is located right along the route.Details
Need a pit stop to blow off steam? Be sure to check out Donovan Park, a great playground for kids to get their energy out during a PA Route 6 road trip or long kayak ride. The park often holds events throughout the year, which offers an additional level of fun within every season of the year!