The town of Hawley, Pennsylvania is located at the north end of Lake Wallenpaupack, the gateway to the scenic Lake Region of the Pocono Mountains and the Upper Delaware River Corridor. Rich in history, culture, and natural resources, Hawley offers residents and visitors 24 acres of protected green space within the Hawley Borough park system, in addition to the town's many shopping, dining, lodging, educational, and recreational attractions.
Considered by many as the "hometown" of the Lake Wallenpaupack area, Hawley's quality of life and proximity to large population centers including New York, Philadelphia, and Connecticut, make it a perfect place to live, do business, or just get away from it all.
Cross George Washington Bridge to I-80. Continue West on I-80 through New Jersey. Off Rt. 80; take exit 34B (Rt. 15 North). Rt. 15 North becomes Rt. 206 North. Stay on Rt. 206 North crossing over the Delaware River into Pennsylvania (making a right onto Rt. 6 West) Stay on Route 6 West approximately 40 minutes to the town of Hawley.
West on I-84 to Exit 26 in Pennsylvania, Promised Land. Travel North on Route 390 approximately about 10-12 minutes to Rt. 507 North. Make a right turn onto Rt. 507 North. Travel 507 North until you reach a stop light. At light, turn left onto Rt. 6 West traveling approximately 10 minutes to the town of Hawley.
Northeast Extension (Route 476) of Pennsylvania Turnpike to Lehigh Valley, Exit 56 Allentown-Bethlehem. East on Route 22 for 17 miles to Route 33. Travel Rt 33 North merging onto I-80 East (Pocono Mts) Continue on I-80/US 209 North to Exit 309 (Marshalls Creek). Take 209 North to Rt. 402 North. Turn left onto Rt. 6 West traveling approximately 15 minutes to the town of Hawley.