(Lackawanna) No Map, 4 miles; easy.20mins from Scranton.
Park at visitors' parking lot at Keystone Junior College on Route 6 in Factoryville.
Pick up trail guide at library. Trail starts to left and down from library. Cross swinging bridge and take either orange or blue trail. Many different species of trees are growing here.
(Luzerne) Map E 8 miles; moderate. 45 mins from Scranton
Park off Route 118 about 1 mile south of Kittle. Open gate across access road and single mailbox are your clues. Road on right.
Start up road and bear right at second right. Follow path, winding up through woods, then down to indentation between mountains. Hard to follow sometimes, but keep heading north until you reach old railroad grade. To the right is Splash Dam, now dry, and to the left is #2 Dam. Road back to left offers scenic views of mountains in Rickett's Glen State Park. Switchback over the steeper parts. The temptaion is to slide down instead, which I did, but it is environmentally unsound (the kid in me). Splash Dam was used to carry logs down stream to the railroad by releasing the water and logs all at once.