Signs of History

PIKE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

 Formed March 26, 1814 from Wayne County and named for Zebulon M. Pike. Its  bluestone and lumber, carried by D &  H Canal and by Erie R. R., helped build  our nation. Famed for its natural beauty. Near Milford, the county seat, is Gov.  Pinchot's Grey Towers.  City type: County Courthouse, Broad & High Sts., Milford.

For a map directing you to Pike County click here.
DINGMAN'S FERRY ( US 209 at Dingmans Ferry.)
WYOMING-MINISINIK PATH ( US 209, 3 miles S of Milford.)
GIFFORD PINCHOT ( US 209 S of Milford.)
GIFFORD PINCHOT ( US 6 NW of Milford.)
CHARLES S. PEIRCE (  US 6 & 205 NE of Milford. )
OLD STONE FORT ( 1St St. (2 blocks S Of US 6 & 209), Matamoras.)
ZANE GREY (1872-1939) ( City type: Zane Grey Museum, Scenic Dr. just N of PA 590, Lackawaxen.)
BATILE OF MINISINK ( Old PA 590 N of Lackawaxen.)
SYLVANIA COLONY ( PA 434 at PA 590, Greeley.)
WYOMING-MINISINK PATH (SR 4004 (former LR 51019) .3 mile W of Lords Valley.)
WYOMING-MINISINK PATH ( PA 507 at Paupack.)
WALLENPAUPACK ( PA 507 at Paupack.)

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