See the Archbald pothole in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Archbald Pothole State Park is located in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. This park encompasses nearly 150 acres and features a pothole that was first discovered in 1884. Archbald Pothole is 38 feet deep and about 42 feet across and was created during the Wisconsin Glacial Period (roughly 15,000 years ago). You can access the pothole via the small loop trail following the old coal mine tram road. It is an easy hike to get to the pothole from the entrance. This is a nice place to take pictures and stretch your legs during a road trip.
Many locals often enjoy deer, turkey, and squirrel hunting at this park as well. If you want to hunt here, please check up on current hunting regulations and hunting seasons. The park is open seasonally from the second Friday in April through the third weekend in November. If you're driving through northeastern Pennsylvania, spend some time at this state park before you leave.