About Lake Wallenpaupack

Lake Wallenpaupack is a freshwater lake located in northeastern Pennsylvania, in the United States. It was created in 1926 by the Pennsylvania Power and Light Company as a hydroelectric power plant. The lake covers an area of about 5,700 acres and has around 52 miles of shoreline.

Lake Wallenpaupack is a popular destination for boating, fishing, swimming, and other recreational activities. The lake is home to a variety of fish species, including bass, walleye, and trout, and it is regularly stocked with fish by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. There are also several public beaches and boat launches around the lake, as well as campgrounds, parks, and hiking trails.

In addition to its recreational offerings, Lake Wallenpaupack is also an important source of hydroelectric power for the region. The dam that created the lake is still in operation and generates electricity for the Brookfield Renewable U.S. Company.

Overall, Lake Wallenpaupack is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and a significant contributor to the local economy in northeastern Pennsylvania.

About Lake Wallenpaupack


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