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|Overfield Township, PA|
|Elevation||1,283 ft (391.1 m)|
|Area||1.8 sq mi (4.7 km2)|
|- land||1.5 sq mi (4 km2)|
|- water||0.3 sq mi (1 km2), 16.67%|
|Population||748 (2010 )|
|Density||168.3 / sq mi (65 / km2)|
|- summer (DST)||EDT (UTC-4)|
Lake Winola is a public, 185-acre glacial lake located in Overfield Township, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, United States. The lake is composed of an eastern and western basin, separated by a peninsula entering the lake from north to south. The Lake is managed by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and operates a public boat launch located along the southeast corner of the lake. The Scranton Canoe Club, a members only club, is located on Point Road (peninsula) and offers a nine hole golf course and lakeside dining.
The Scranton, Montrose and Binghamton Railroad, also known as the Northern Electric trolley line, built a branchline from Factoryville to Lake Winola which opened in May, 1908. It purchased 50 acres of lakefront property on which it built a dance pavilion and a small amusement park. It also operated a small steamboat on the lake. It cost 45 cents each way from Scranton to the lake. This solidified the lake as a popular destination for local residents in the summers. The trolley line was in operation until 1926, when it was replaced with bus service operated by the Northern Electric. 
Lake Winola was a childhood vacation spot for Hillary Rodham Clinton and her family.
Lake Winola covers 185 surface acres with an average depth of 33.7 feet (10.3 m) and a maximum depth of 69.8 feet (21.3 m) in the center of the western cove. The lake bottom is steeply sloped moving from the shoreline to the open waters and composed of an average 4 feet of sediment. The thickest amount of sediment (21 feet) has been deposited in the southeastern section of the lake. The lake bottom also yields eight different types of aquatic vegetation. The dominant species is the Broad Leaf Pondweed while two invasive exotic plant species, the Eurasian Watermill Foil and Curly-Leaved Pondweed, are also present.