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Lackawaxen River


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The Lackawaxen River is a 31.3-mile-long tributary of the Delaware River in northeastern Pennsylvania in the United States. The river flows through a largely rural area in the northern Pocono Mountains, draining an area of approximately 598 square miles. The river is known for its trout fishing and is stocked with brown and rainbow trout. The river is also popular for kayaking, canoeing, and rafting. The term ?Lackawaxen? comes from the Lenape word for "swift waters."

The Lackawaxen River is 31.3 miles long, draininag a 598-square-mile area in the northern Pocono Mountains. The river's drainage area includes Lake Wallenpaupack and its hydroelectric facility. The river is reportedly the spot where author Zane Grey first learned to fly fish.

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Lackawaxen River Conservancy
P.O. Box 176
Rowland PA 18457