Grounds and Facilities

What is there to see and do at Endless Mountains Nature Center?


Over 11 miles of well marked trails wind through 360 plus acres and is open to the public for hiking and biking. It’s secluded, beautiful, and peaceful. Please sign in at the patio of the nature center lodge. Groups of 10 or more must have a reservation.

Click here to view a printable trail map.
Explore the River: 

Take a walk on “the neck” of the Susquehanna River. “The Neck” is the tightest oxbow in the Susquehanna River. It’s comprised of about 1,000 acres, nearly all of this private property is protected from future development. The river is an ecosystem within itself, supporting a wide variety of animal species. Search for fossils along the shore, macro-invertebrates in the water, view Eagles nests with binoculars, and skip rocks across the river.


Lodging & Meeting Space at Camp Lackawanna


Business meeting in Camp Lackawanna's Main Lodge
It’s a great place to RELAX and reconnect naturally!

It’s a retreat center and youth camp nestled on 1,000-acre oxbow of the Susquehanna River. Call Camp Lackawanna for details 570-348-0643


Rental facilities include:

  • Main Lodge: Meeting space for 150 people equipped with a commercial-type kitchen and large screen porch.
  • Lodge: Sleeps 30 people and has a house-sized kitchen, meeting room, and large screen porch.
  • Pavilion: Large picnic pavilion with BBQ pit and seating for approx. 150.
  • Open-air Cabins: Sleep 8 people, screened windows, electricity, some have covered porches.
  • Group Camping Site: Tent camping sites with water and one fire ring.
  • Amenities include: a nature center, swimming pool, sand volleyball court, several large fields, 11 miles of trails, scenic views, access to river for fishing and non power boating, canoe rentals,  labyrinth, modern bath house, campfire ring, and amphitheater.

For more information about Camp Lackawanna, visit or call the Presbyterian office at 570-348-0643.

Mission House, a rental cottage at Camp Lackawanna across the driveway from the Endless Mountains Nature Center.Camp Lackawanna is owned and operated by the Presbytery of Lackawanna, a group of Presbyterian Churches in NEPA.






Native Plant Garden  

Bee on purple coneflower blossom.
Search for Butterflies in the Native Plant Garden

Bird Feeding Station

 House finches, American goldfinch, and common redpolls eating seed at the feeders.

View of E.M.N.C. LodgeVisit our Lodge     

Young girls examining specimens on the touch table at the Endless Mountains Nature Center in Pennsylvania.
Touch Specimens


Visitors measuring their
Explore exhibits and displays 





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