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Nay Aug Park, Scranton

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Nay Aug Park is the largest park in Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States. An amusement park on the site closed in the 1990s, but a small amusement area still operates near the swimming pool complex. The park also houses the Nay Aug Gorge, the Everhart Museum, and two Olympic-sized swimming pools. At one time it also had a zoo.

The name of the park is of Native American origin and means "noisy brook."
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  • Nice park with a beautiful waterfall, but it suffers a bit from being in the middle of Scranton. There is some graffiti and litter, but if you can ignore those things then it is a very pretty place... 
    Nice park with a beautiful waterfall, but it suffers a bit from being in the middle of Scranton. There is some graffiti and litter, but if you can ignore those things then it is a very pretty place...  more »
  • Great Park to visit, great walking paths and trails. Great museum, also found a great coffee shop. Very scenic, The gorge, tree house, veteran's memorial by the green house. 
    Great Park to visit, great walking paths and trails. Great museum, also found a great coffee shop. Very scenic, The gorge, tree house, veteran's memorial by the green house.  more »
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  • Very clean A gem for the city of Scranton!
  • I can't say enough about Nay Aug park. All good things of course! I moved here 20 years ago and took my kids there when they were in a stroller and tiny, and now they're taking my grandkids there. You could walk around for an afternoon and get rid of the stress of the day and still not see more than half of the park. Wear hiking shoes though... anything that you wouldn't mind getting dirty (especially in the spring). The Rose garden is budding and if you're looking for peace and quiet, it's definitely a great stop. On the other side is the Nay Aug gorge ...a waterfall that is as peaceful as it is loud and engaging. I love all the new trails you won't be bored... and you won't regret it.

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