Moving Companies in Wilkes-Barre, PA
Moving Out of Wilkes-Barre
Founded in 1769, Wilkes-Barre started as small settler’s town but is now the thirteenth-largest city in Pennsylvania. Its proximity to Philadelphia and New York City make it a great place for business and higher education. And with beautiful forests and waterfalls nearby, you can easily escape to find peace. But with a move on the horizon, it’s time to start planning for what’s to come.
Need help with your long-distance relocation? Go U-Pack®! Our nationwide network lets us provide service to all 50 states, Canada and Puerto Rico. So no matter where you’re moving, we can get you there. Our DIY service is similar to renting a truck, except you don’t have to drive! Just pack and load your things into moving trailer or container, and then we’ll transport it. Our local service center handles moves across the area, including to Scranton. Get a free online quote or call 844-362-5303844-594-3077 to check pricing.
Explore Wilkes-Barre’s Waterfalls
The Wilkes-Barre area has some of Pennsylvania’s most breath-taking landscapes and waterfalls. Whether you’re leaving or settling in, seeing the beauty is worth the hike. Check out these five places:
- Falls Trail at Ricketts Glen State Park. This trail is a little challenging, but the view is rewarding. You’ll see more than 20 waterfalls as you walk along the 7.2-mile path.
- Seven Tubs Recreation Area. Discover 500 acres of streams, waterfalls and green forests. Get lost in nature as you listen for sounds of water rushing through the rocks.
- Little Shickshinny Falls. A short and easy hike will lead you to one of Wilkes-Barre’s most stunning waterfalls. The falls cascade from about 30-feet high and layers of sandstone rock surround them.
- Bear Creek Preserve. Explore over 3,000 acres of hiking trails, waterfalls and majestic overlooks. Bear Creek Falls (or Buttermilk Falls) is a popular sight in the area.
- Paddy Run Falls. This is a lesser-known trail but is worth the visit. There are two main waterfalls along with other smaller falls throughout the area.
40 New Frederick St
Wilkes-Barre PA, 18702