American Legion Rought Hall Post 510

Upstate PA/Wyoming/Dining/Bars/Sports Bars/Pubs

328 Old Route 6 Rd.
Laceyville, PA 18623
Fax: 570-869-9986

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Seneca Trail

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Tunkhannock, PA 18657

The Seneca Trail stretches for six miles through the center of Eaton Township in Wyoming County.  The trail follows the township roads and portions of state route 29 and passes along picturesque sections of Bowmans Creek, a high quality trout stream.  A portion of the trail passes through the quaint village of Eatonville with its 19th and early 20th century homes.  A pedestrian bridge will soon span Bowmans Creek in the village allowing cyclers and walkers a wonderful view of the stream.

After following along a commercial portion of route 29 north of Eatonville, the Seneca Trail joins the Iroquios Trail at the Bridge over the Susquehanna River at Tunkhannock.

The trail route follows a route that in earlier times took settlers from the Wyoming Valley, north to New York State.  Until the mid-20th Century, much of the route was the original state route 29.  Native Americans utilized this route as they hunted and fished in the area, and village sites are said to be nearby.

Wildlife sightings are common while walking or cycling the trail.  Bald Eagles, deer, and turkeys are often seen in the area. 

Trailheads are planned and will be developed by Eaton Township.

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