Lebanon

The city of Lebanon, and county seat of Lebanon County, PA, is situated on 4.2 square miles in the center of the Lebanon Valley, 26 miles east of Harrisburg and 29 miles west of Reading.  As of the 2010 census Lebanon's population was 25,477, an increase of 4.2% in the past 10 years.

Lebanon has 10 parks, 6 playgrounds, several tennis courts, a large community swimming pool, park pavilions with picnic facilities and other recreational activities, all available within the city limits. 

Coleman Memorial Park is a picturesque 110-acre park and an excellent site to hike and explore the natural resources.  Stoever’s Dam Park encompasses163 acres with a dam for fishing, habitat for wildlife, a community theater, nature barn, camping facilities, garden plots for rent and hiking and biking trails.

Learn all about Lebanon -- check out the Lebanon Video Tour book and see short videos on Lebanon's quality of life, real estate and relocation, education, economic development and parks and recreation.  

Photo:  Former Reading Company Station in Lebanon, PA. It is now a bank, located on the Norfolk Southern Harrisburg Line. Author Skabat169

 

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