Tobyhanna State Park is in scenic Monroe and Wayne counties in northeastern Pennsylvania. The 5,440-acre park includes the 170-acre Tobyhanna Lake. Tobyhanna is derived from an American Indian word meaning "a stream whose banks are fringed with alder." Boats with electric motors only are permitted. Overnight mooring is permitted in 62 seasonal mooring spaces and requires a park mooring permit. All boats must display either a current registration or State Park Launch Permit. Boating and fishing are permitted 24 hours a day. During the summer season, Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day, concessions rent rowboats, canoes, and paddleboats by the hour. The common fish in Tobyhanna Lake are bass, pickerel, yellow perch, catfish, sunfish and trout. An accessible fishing pier is available.
For more information, contact the park office or visit the park Web site.
Facility Amenities: ADA-compliant, Bus Parking, Handicapped Access, Pets Accepted
General Information: Hours: Park is open sunrise to sunset., Open Year-round