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The small community is part of Lackawanna County in the Blue Ridge Mountain range. Named after James Archbald in 1845, the area was vast in forests and farms. Archbald was a prominent political figure and was elected as a Pennsylvania state representative.
Settlers originally called the region White Oak Run, and incorporated Archbald Borough from Blakely Township in 1877. Archbald is a part of Valley View School District.
Residents can enjoy Aylesworth Park for family activities. The 252-acre park features a 4-acre lake surrounded by a trail, a pavilion, hiking trails, and biking trails. Dick and Nancy Eales Preservation is nearby and gives visitors sweeping views of PA’s Northeast corner.
Archbald is a short drive from shopping, restaurants, and movie theatres. It’s located right off the Casey Highway and connects directly to Interstate 81, Interstate 380, and the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The airport is a short drive away.