Lazybrook Park

Located along Tunkhannock Creek, Lazybrook Park is a peaceful place to relax in nature. A large playground is perfect for families, while a one-mile path along the park’s perimeter is ideal for walking and biking. A landing by the creek provides access for swimming, tubing, and kayaking. As you explore the park, you’ll notice beautiful wood carving and a restored, historic 1880s bridge.

Lazybrook Park is home to the William B. Kresge Memorial Disc Golf Course, an 18-hole disc golf course constructed as an Eagle Scout project by Evan Talcott.

A multi-use sports court, created by Eagle Scout Logan Zdaniewicz, is open for pickleball, tennis, and volleyball.

Picnic pavilions are available to rent, making Lazybrook Park a great spot for outdoor parties and events. The park also hosts events throughout the year, including the NEPA Bluegrass Festival every June and the Tunkhannock Rotary Harvest & Wine Festival in October.

Lazybrook Park is located off of Route 6, about 3.5 miles east of Tunkhannock. It is across the road from Deer Park Lumber.

Historic bridge at Lazybrook Park Map of the disc golf course A red disc golf target beside the creek at Lazybrook Park A bench overlooking Tunkhannock Creek at Lazybrook Park Snow-covered trees around Tunkhannock Creek Wood carving of a Native American at Lazybrook Park

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