This article is about the village in Pennsylvania. For the town in Maine, see Gouldsboro, Maine
Gouldsboro is a village and census-designated place (CDP) in Lehigh Township, Wayne County, Pennsylvania. The village's population was 890 at time of the 2010 United States Census.
Parts of Clifton Township, Thornhurst Township, and Covington Township in Lackawanna County, as well as a very small portion of Coolbaugh Township in Monroe County are serviced by the Gouldsboro Post Office, and are also often referred to as "Gouldsboro".
Parks and Recreation
Gouldsboro is home to the Gouldsboro State Park, and is within the North Pocono School District.
The area is extremely scenic and popular with hunters and naturalists. Much of Wayne County's water is under special protection.
Gouldsboro was named for Jay Gould, one of the 10 richest Americans of all time.
Coordinates: 41°14′40″N 75°27′21″W / 41.24444°N 75.45583°W