Seven Tubs Natural Area

4.7106 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
  • Address: 900 Bear Creek Blvd, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702, USA, United States
  • Timings: 07:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-5706751312
  • Tags: Hiking Trail, Family And Kids, Adventure

Located near Plains Township, the Seven Tubs Nature area is a 500-acre site featuring a mesmerizing stream named Wheelbarrow Run flowing through a ravine where “tubs” or potholes are gouged out of the bedrock. A moderately trafficked 1.8-mile hiking trail leads to and around the Tubs area providing the visitors' views of interesting flora and fauna. The tubs provide enthralling views of the waterfall allowing you to enjoy natural beauty at its best. Dogs are also allowed on the location.

  • Seven Tubs Natural Area Address: 900 Bear Creek Blvd, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702, USA, United States
  • Seven Tubs Natural Area Contact Number: +1-5706751312
  • Seven Tubs Natural Area Timing: 07:00 am - 08:00 pm
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Seven Tubs Natural Area Reviews & Ratings

  • It's a beautiful natural area right off Route 115 in Bear Creek. A bit tricky to navigate (I needed a walking stick) it's still a very nice place to visit. Just sitting near one of the seven tubs or any of the countless waterfalls is awesome and peaceful

  • Highly recommend checking this natural wonder out. Beautiful waterfalls, nice walking trail. And a place to slide down the shoots or just take a dip in the water. Still unspoiled from trash and spray paint and hope it stays that way.

  • Great little spot. Parking lot is fairly small, this is clearly a locals hidden gem. Very clean, the only litter I saw was a forgotten sock. I went for a low impact hike along the creek. The swimmers were having quite a bit of fun. Some were using the waterfall as a slide. Others went pretty deep into the forest for a private swimming area.

  • Absolutely beautiful place. Water rushing through narrow steep rock formations into amazing round pools. "TUBS" Climbing not difficult but tricky. Recommend walking stick.

  • It’s a very nice area to hike however be extremely careful of rattle snakes. We came across one on 9/15/19. We didn’t see it until it crossed the trail a foot in front of us ! It was rattling its tail and coiled up next to the trail. It wouldn’t leave so when another hiker showed up 15 minutes later he moved it using a long branch.

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