The Hawley Borough, Hawley, PA

Hawley, PA is a borough located in Wayne County and named after Irad Hawley who was the first president of the Pennsylvania Coal Company. The borough itself is located just north of Lake Wallenpaupack and 20 miles west of the New York border. It is comprised of peaceful country inns & resorts, scenic by-ways, pristine rivers and creeks, historical sites, and a rich diversity of restaurants makes this the ideal place for a memorable vacation.

Hawley's business district is modest: Main Avenue runs for only about four blocks. Beneath the roofs are a mix of sandwich shops, auto parts stores, beauty salons and antiques and gift shops. Toward the end of Church Street, the Victorian gables and fretwork of the beautifully painted First Presbyterian Church and restored 100-year-old homes grace one end of town. Spacious Bingham Park, with its quaint band shell, anchors the other end, with hills rising up beyond.
The natural beauty of the area perfectly enhances all the fun-filled activities that are available including hiking, fishing, swimming, boating, golf, state parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Rich in culture and history, we offer fine museums, excellent summer theaters, art galleries and wonderful historical building and landmarks.

Whether you live here, play here or want to visit, Hawley PA has everything a small town can offer.

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