About Lake Ariel
Lake Ariel is a village in Lake and Salem Townships, Wayne County, Pennsylvania, United States. Located in northeastern Pennsylvania, Lake Ariel was founded by settlers with the name of Jones, and was previously known as Jonestown. Following a name change, Lake Ariel became home to Lake Ariel Park, a major tourist destination for Pennsylvanians in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. == History == First settled in 1822 by the Jones family, the town was first called The Stock Farm and later Jonestown or Jones Pond. The first farm was located at the south end of the lake.
Neighborhoods in Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania
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1390 Woodview Terrace, Lake Ariel, PA 18436Lake Ariel Pennsylvania 18436United States
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