Greentown, Pennsylvania

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Greentown, Pennsylvania
Village
Map of Pennsylvania, with county borders indicated. A red dot in the upper right-hand corner is labeled "Greentown."
Map of Pennsylvania, with county borders indicated. A red dot in the upper right-hand corner is labeled "Greentown."
Greentown
Greentown's location within Pennsylvania.
Map of Pennsylvania, with county borders indicated. A red dot in the upper right-hand corner is labeled "Greentown."
Map of Pennsylvania, with county borders indicated. A red dot in the upper right-hand corner is labeled "Greentown."
Greentown
Greentown (the United States)
Coordinates: 41°19′18″N 75°18′20″W / 41.3218°N 75.3055°W / 41.3218; -75.3055
CountryUnited States
StatePennsylvania
U.S. Congressional DistrictPA-8
School DistrictWallenpaupack Area
CountyPike
Magisterial DistrictGreene
Elevation
1,668 ft (508 m)
ZIP code
18426
Area code(s)570 and 272
Major RoadsI-84.svg PA-507.svg PA-390.svg

Greentown is a village in Greene Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania. It had a population of 4,526 in the 2000 US Census.[1]

Greentown is home to the Ledgedale Recreational Area and parts of Lake Wallenpaupack. It is served by the Wallenpaupack Area School District.

Housing[edit]

Housing in the village is mostly restricted to communities, including: The Escape, Lake Paupack Club, Tanglwood Lakes, Paupack Hills, White Pines, Tranquility Falls, Sand Spring Acres, and Lake Wallenpaupack Estates (not to be confused with Wallenpaupack Lake Estates in Wayne County, Pennsylvania).

References[edit]

  1. ^ [ Greentown, PA] entry at zip-codes.com

External links[edit]

  • [ The Escape Property Owners Association]
  • [ Lake Wallenpaupack Estates]

41°19′18″N 75°18′20″W / 41.32167°N 75.30556°W / 41.32167; -75.30556