Archbald pothole discovered in 1884 and the remains of the Wisconsin Glacial Period.
Archbald Pothole State Park is located in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania and is 149.16 acre park. The biggest attraction in this park is the pothole that was discovered in 1884 and the remnant of the Wisconsin Glacial Period. Archbald Pothole is 38 feet deep and about 42 feet across. Access to the pothole is on a small loop trail that follows an old coal mine tram road and is an easy hike from the entrance. It is definitely a nice place to stop at if it is on your way but the pothole is the only real attraction here. There are some other hiking trails inside the park but nothing out of the ordinary.
Hunting is also allowed in this state park on over 100 acres and is popular for deer, turkey and squirrel hunting. Please check with the park for hunting regulations and appropriate hunting seasons.